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  • Thanks Eric - I was fairly sure it was a Tama stand and that it was old but could not recall what it was designed to hold.

    I bought Tama gear in the early 1980s because Billy Cobham used Tama back then (sad, I know - in fact I still have a Tama parallel action snare drum from back then.

    Come to think of it I've even got module stand and twin tom stand for a Pearl Syncussion e-drum set from 1979! I stupidly sold the Syncussion to a collector in the USA 20 years ago but not the stands. I see a refurbed one online here for 2,600 Euros which shows the stands:
    https://vintageworks.nl/products/pea...rdon-gottlieb/
    (Fabulous sounds but useless on stage as it was easily triggered by other instruments)
    TD-50 module, Jobeky Prestige Custom shells, SPD-SX, Paiste Signature Dark Energy cymbals, DW 6000 hardware, Allen & Heath mixer, Fohhn Xperience III PA, Fohhn XT-33 active speaker drum monitor

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    • My latest kit:

      Tama 5+1 piece shells, R-Drums triggers, ATV cymbals, Roland TD-30 for midi, Superior Drummer 3 on PC, Focusrite Clarett 4Pre USB for output, Simmons da200s monitor...
      Last edited by rdubu; 07-09-19, 12:30 AM.
      Roland TD-30 Module | Superior Drummer 3 | Tama Superstar Hyper-Drive Maple A2E w/ R-Drums RTS II & RTB Triggers | ATV aD Cymbals | Tama HW & Pedals

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      • Wow.. ..that's some serious e-kit..
        | Diy Roland/Yamaha e-kit | Sonor/Gretsch a-kit | Zildjian/Sabian/Ufip cymbals

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        • VERY nice kit!


          Originally posted by rdubu View Post
          My latest kit config:

          Tama 5+1 piece shells, R-Drums triggers, ATV cymbals, Roland TD-30 for midi, Superior Drummer 3 on PC, Focusrite Clarret 4Pre USB for output, Simmons da200s monitor...

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          • This is my new kit! I've spent most of my drumming career playing marching tenors (specifically, a 6 drum multi-tenor rig), so I set up my kit to match that tom layout. It's a little unusual, but I love the way it flows! I was inspired by Bill Bachman's "Battle Station."

            I can play open hand with either hand on the hi-hat since it's symmetrical. The snare is the center drum, and the toms in descending pitch go from top right, top left, bottom right, to bottom left.

            Equipment:
            Roland TD-25KV (with an extra PDX-100 pad for the 4th tom and extra KD-9 bass pad)
            DW-5000 bass pedals x2
            DW-9000 remote universal hi-hat

            Roland-1p.jpg

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            • love the central hihat, are you using 2 kick pads as well? (can't see them in the photo)
              Roland TD-6v all mesh, kick swapped for KD-85 mesh with iron cobra 900 double pedal, added pintech and yamaha cymbals with drum splitters, and swapped CY-5 hi-hat (now using as cymbal) for an L80 hi-hat with cheap-o trigger with goedrum hi hat controller. EZdrummer2 VST with VEX packs.

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              • look like he's using DW9000 pedal for the central hihat and the 2 DW5000 for two kick drum pads.

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                • Originally posted by winterson View Post
                  love the central hihat, are you using 2 kick pads as well? (can't see them in the photo)
                  Yup, I've got 2 separate kick pads. With the symmetrical setup, having my feet out to either side was easier than using a double pedal on a single kick pad in the middle. I've seen some double remote pedals, but I don't think any good ones are being manufactured anymore.

                  Used a Y-splitter to hook them up to the TD-25 so they trigger the same sound, but that's fine by me!

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