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Johnny K

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"Hey, you want to sit in with us tomorrow? There's a kit there, just bring sticks"

The struggle is real! LOL! The cymbals and snare are mine. At least I had enough sense to bring them (and a Zildjian Drummers Emergency kit & a key) just in case.

Still had a great time.

 
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good morning...had to grab a second kit for a tv taping...my inde's are on a truck heading to the east coast...

78 Sonor Phonics...13 and 14 racks, 16 floor, 22 kick, 6.5 x 14 Inde Aluminum main snare, 6.5 x 14 Sakae Aluminum back up....dw mini timb for some fun....

Istanbul Xist Cymbals....15" Hats, 20" Crash, 22" Ride

cheers and blessings everyone, Trey


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good morning...had to grab a second kit for a tv taping...my inde's are on a truck heading to the east coast...

78 Sonor Phonics...13 and 14 racks, 16 floor, 22 kick, 6.5 x 14 Inde Aluminum main snare, 6.5 x 14 Sakae Aluminum back up....dw mini timb for some fun....

Istanbul Xist Cymbals....15" Hats, 20" Crash, 22" Ride

cheers and blessings everyone, Trey
Cool Trey, you found your Phonics!
 

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From a gig last night, excuse the crappy rock club lighting. The 12" tom sounds godly, the kick booms and the snare has a glorious crack and tons of sensitivity. Need to work on tuning the 14" floor tom a little bit though. The redesigned A's SING. Just a fantastic sound.
Perfect setup.
 

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Perfect setup.
Thank you very much! It's incredibly comfortable for me to reach everything, which is nice. I cut down the hi-hat pole so it wouldn't be in the way of the left hand crash, which really helped open things up. Figure that this kind of setup is classic for a reason, so if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
 

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Thank you very much! It's incredibly comfortable for me to reach everything, which is nice. I cut down the hi-hat pole so it wouldn't be in the way of the left hand crash, which really helped open things up. Figure that this kind of setup is classic for a reason, so if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
I cut down my hi-hat rods too. It really opens up the airspace above that cymbal nicely.
 

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DW Jazz Series. 16x18 BD, 10x12 Tom, 14x14 Floor (not really visible). Ludwig 5 x 14 Black Beauty. Meinl Byzance 18" China on lower right, I think that's my Mel Lewis Agop 21" Ride, a Bosphorus 18" Turk and Meinl Byzance Spectrum 14" hats. The DWs are for sale BTW if anyone is interested (I have a Gretsch USA Custom set on order).

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Tonight: Iceland National Theater - Performing Arts Awards. Live on TV. Yes, small and compact set-up. All what is needed for the gig.

Tama Star Walnut bass drum 14x22”
Tama Star Solid Maple snare 6.5x14”
Meinl BFR cymbals and perc.

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