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Used the house kit tonight for a jazz trio gig as my shoulder is giving me some problems and humping gear is no fun..... the Brady snare looked out of place among the taped up and badly tuned TAMA kit but it all worked in the end with some tweaking that the next drummer will likely undo for a rock band...


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Playing JJs. This is our local beer watering hole with the best variety of live music anywhere. Just make sure you've had a tetanus shot. Lol. My go-to orphan/ monstro kit (fatest sounding kick drum I own). Mixed bag of cymbals and a 402.
 

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This is the set I use at a few small regular bars and restaurants I play frequently. I use it with a soul, r and b, motown revue as well as my country, oldies bar band. Spaun 20" bass drum (was 18" deep but Precision cut it down to around 14-15") 14x11 hanging tom that put legs on, Acrolite with an old brass ('20s) clip type single flange hoop on top, the new Tama lightweight stands. Have been using a set of Mastersound 14" hi hats for years on everything. Ride cymbal for the last few months has been a 21" Zildjian Sweet Ride with 4" crack running along a groove near the bell. The crash on the left is '60s 18" A. that I just got, but had been using a 17" Paiste 2002 or an 18" Giant Beat. For larger gigs I use a 14x14 floor tom, a 10" mounted tom, a Sakae aluminum 14 x 6.5 and add a second crash.
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This is the set I use at a few small regular bars and restaurants I play frequently. I use it with a soul, r and b, motown revue as well as my country, oldies bar band. Spaun 20" bass drum (was 18" deep but Precision cut it down to around 14-15") 14x11 hanging tom that put legs on, Acrolite with an old brass ('20s) clip type single flange hoop on top, the new Tama lightweight stands. Have been using a set of Mastersound 14" hi hats for years on everything. Ride cymbal for the last few months has been a 21" Zildjian Sweet Ride with 4" crack running along a groove near the bell. The crash on the left is '60s 18" A. that I just got, but had been using a 17" Paiste 2002 or an 18" Giant Beat. For larger gigs I use a 14x14 floor tom, a 10" mounted tom, a Sakae aluminum 14 x 6.5 and add a second crash.
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Unique kit! I’m wondering what effect the crack has on the sound of your Sweet Ride(?)
 

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