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In particular the black, brown wood and swirl colors. What year did they stop making these? With all of the new vs vintage threads I want a starting point for the CC’s :)
 

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Didn’t they debut at NAMM in 2011? Only around for a short period of time until (as mentioned) the factory move. Fantastic drums! I have a set in the Black Wood finish.
 

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Yep. 22-12-14. Plus a 20 just in case.

What makes me curious is how inexpensive the Pearl Kapur/Fiberglass drums were/are. Something tells me all the expense of the CC’s is in the finish.

For now it’s my home studio kit, as I get that together
 

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Yes sir!

Set up is 12-14ft-18ft-22bd and matching 5.5 snare. Not shown are the 10” tom and 16” floor tom.
...And you're rockin' the correct hardware, too. The 700 series, my favorites! (My photo has my CCs with the SD-495 snare and all Crosstown stands.)
 

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The kit with the orange logo is 20” 12” 14” The other is 22” 12” 16” - yes I have two kits
As evidenced by these beautiful photos of CCs, I see you as someone who has consistently made great decisions in life.
 

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...And you're rockin' the correct hardware, too. The 700 series, my favorites! (My photo has my CCs with the SD-495 snare and all Crosstown stands.)
Absolutely. All Yamaha, all the time for me. The gigging hardware is a mix of 600 (the single-braced Manu Jr stuff) and 700 series. It stays in the bag while the full 700 rig stays set up in the practice shed.
 

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Absolutely. All Yamaha, all the time for me. The gigging hardware is a mix of 600 (the single-braced Manu Jr stuff) and 700 series. It stays in the bag while the full 700 rig stays set up in the practice shed.
I got my first 600-series stand when I bought my DTX kit last year. I've owned everything else from 700s, Crosstowns, 800s, 900s, but never a 600 series. All of it is all good!
 

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Hopefully cwulf (Chris) will chime in with his monster rig of Black Swirl CC’s!
 

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I got my first 600-series stand when I bought my DTX kit last year. I've owned everything else from 700s, Crosstowns, 800s, 900s, but never a 600 series. All of it is all good!
Over the last 15 years or so, I scoured eBay looking for the 600 stands. I love that there's only one height adjustment on them. Yes, I am that lazy! LOL. Ended up with 5 total. I normally only use 2 or 3 at a time, so the extra 2 are backup or for rare recording situations where I use more than 3 cymbals at a time.
 


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