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  • E-kit

    Hi,

    I've had these for a long time and have wanted to put up a pix for a long time but they looked like everyone else's kit. Now I've got some wraps on them and finished my AtoE Stealth cymbals. Now I can post a pix because they look like my drums.
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    TD30KV, KC-550, SPD-S, Tama Iron Cobra double peddle, Jamhub Greenroom, IWdrums lites, TD-10TDW-1, Vex:Classic XP, System 1, Expressions, Master 50, The Vault, Stealth AtoE 16" Ride, 2 14" Crash, 8" Splash, 10" HH Cymbals, SPD-30 Octopad, RMP-5 Rhythm Coach, TD-10 (brain only)

  • #2
    cool, looking very nice indeed!
    TD9+6v module, KD-8, custom Diamond Electronic 12" snare + 2x8" + 2x10" toms, PD-85, 4xPD8, 2xCY8, CY-5, CY-12r/c, Pearl P902 double pedals, Diamond Electronic COWBELL!
    HPD-10 ATH-50M phones and 4 Vex Packs for the TD-9

    Gibson Les Paul. + pod xtl, Norman acoustic, Fender J-Bass + gt10b

    Clavia Nord Stage 2 Synth/Stage Piano Samson SR850 'phones

    cubase, garritan personal orchestra, JABB, symphonic choirs, Sibelius, reason 6.5, IPAD 2 with lots of soft synths...

    three shelter cats

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    • #3
      Cool! Nice kit! I like the Hoop/logo for the front of the kit. Makes it look like a full size kit without taking up as much room with a kick shell. KUDOS!
      8 piece DIY Acrylic http://www.quartzpercussions.com/, 2x2Box DrumIt5, Gen16 4xDCP, Acrylic&Gen16 Conversions http://stealthdrums.com/Home_Page.html, Sleishman Twin-QuadSteele hybrid http://drumagination.com/ , Gibraltar&DrumFrame rack, DW9502LB, Midi Knights Pro Lighting http://jeredsystems.com/index.php
      http://www.airbrushartists.org/DreamscapeAirbrushRealm

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      • #4
        Thanks buddy!

        I did that (kick head) so that I could look like an acoustic set and it wouldn't take up a bunch of room. Its less than 20" and fits in my cymbal bag. It is attached using regular lug clamps but with some "hardware" on the back to keep the lugs in place on the rim. Then long twist ties around the frame. If anyone is really interested I will take some pix and post 'em.
        TD30KV, KC-550, SPD-S, Tama Iron Cobra double peddle, Jamhub Greenroom, IWdrums lites, TD-10TDW-1, Vex:Classic XP, System 1, Expressions, Master 50, The Vault, Stealth AtoE 16" Ride, 2 14" Crash, 8" Splash, 10" HH Cymbals, SPD-30 Octopad, RMP-5 Rhythm Coach, TD-10 (brain only)

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        • #5
          Very good looking kit! Gotta love the centered hihat, another candidate for a 'Symmetrical Kits'-thread...!
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          Greetings from Switzerland,
          - Dänoh



          "My best friends' name is J-SON. They used to call him 'Mr. Parse.' He has an 'Error'..!"

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          • #6
            Please take some pics of bass and show us how you did it. It seems like a really cool idea....
            Roland TD12 KX with acoustic Pearl "Chad Smith" signature snare drum (steel, nickle plated), and Zildjian Cymbals.

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            • #7
              OK I started another thread for the lug pix just to make it easier for other folks to find it.
              http://vdrums.com/forum/showthread.p...722#post569722
              TD30KV, KC-550, SPD-S, Tama Iron Cobra double peddle, Jamhub Greenroom, IWdrums lites, TD-10TDW-1, Vex:Classic XP, System 1, Expressions, Master 50, The Vault, Stealth AtoE 16" Ride, 2 14" Crash, 8" Splash, 10" HH Cymbals, SPD-30 Octopad, RMP-5 Rhythm Coach, TD-10 (brain only)

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              • #8
                I would get a pipe cutter from Lowes or Home Depot (plumbing section) and cut down that high hat rod. Having your hats in the middle with that rod in your way has to be cumbersome. I have cut all of my high hat rods. You might want to pick up a cheap file and round off the edge a bit. If you are obsessive compulsive about looks, you can also cut the bottom of the rod and then re-thread it but that was more effort than I was willing to forgo. Sadly, I own a tap and die set too, I am just lazy

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