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Offline Bryan Van Donslear

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Re: Show us your drum/perc set-up
« Reply #260 on: April 09, 2012, 10:24 AM »
Ludwig Standards from late 60's or early 70's. I am not able to come up with an exact date.

22/16/13
14x5 Supraphonic (Not original to kit)

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Re: Show us your drum/perc set-up
« Reply #261 on: July 05, 2012, 03:35 PM »
As I said, I don't have any pictures, but I do have a video that I posted on here a while back. Here it is again:

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You can't see the full kit, but I'll post the specs below.

Drums: Tama Rockstar Custom in Custom Charcoal Finish

22x16 Kick Drum
14x5.5 Snare Drum
12x10 Rack Tom
13x11 Rack Tom (Floor tom in the video but now put back as a rack tom)
16x16 Floor Tom

I also have 2 Tama Steel Mini Timbales (6x4 and 8x4) but I don't have them set up right now. As mentioned before, I'm currently working on my playing skills rather than buying new equipment, but after I've seen adequate improvement in myself I want to upgrade my snare drum. The one I'm looking into is the Pearl Free Floating Maple Snare in 14x6.5. Sometime in the future when I have more room I'd love to add one of Tama's 20" Gong bass drums in as a large second floor tom. I love how those things sound! I'm not sure though because although I intend to keep this drumset forever, I might want to upgrade to a Starclassic Bubinga or something like that someday, and I might just get the Gong drum with that and use my current set as a travel kit or something. I also might get other snare drums for different sounds, but I'm not sure what those others would be at this time.

Cymbals: Different Sabians and Paistes

13" B8 Hi-hats
20" B8 Pro Power Rock Ride
16" Dimensions Power Crash
10" PST5 Splash
17" AAX X-plosion Crash

I also have a 16" O-zone effects crash, but I don't have it set up in the video or right now. Also, the second crash in the video was a Pro 18" Studio(?) Crash. I cracked it years ago though and I replaced it last Christmas with the X-plosion crash. As mentioned in the cymbal setup thread, I want to eventually get a third crash (most likely a 15" Paiste Signature Fast Crash) and a second splash (not sure yet which one) as well as upgrade my ride and hi-hat (21" Sabian HH Raw Bell Ride and 13" Sabian AAX X-celerator hats, respectively). I'll probably keep the old hi-hat and ride as extras or something.

Heads: Aquarian and Evans

Kick: Aquarian SK1 on Batter and Black Regulator with small hole on resonant
Snare: Evans EC2 with dot on batter and Aquarian CC Snare side on resonant
Toms: Evans EC2 clears on batters and Aquarian Hi-frequencies on resonants

I currently have a clear Evans hydraulic batter on my 13" tom which is out of commission because I need to get a new starcast tom mount (the current one doesn't have the pads on the mounting part of it and the tom loses resonance when mounted on a stand). I need to get new heads for the mini-tymps when I set them back up and I'm thinking just 1-ply coated heads will do great on those. As far as a gong drum goes, I'm thinking maybe the Evans hydraulic blue would do well on that. I heard a sample of that head on a gong drum on youtube and it sounded awesome.

Hardware: Assorted

DW 4000 Double Pedal (has been a single for 5 years since it broke tho, lol)
Tama Iron Cobra Velo Guide Hi-hat stand
Assorted stands (PDP, Sound Percussion, Dixon (knockoff brand?))
Tama Clamps
Crappy Throne by Sunlite (lol)

I don't know if I'll ever get a rack mount when I add on a couple more cymbals and drums or if I'll just stick with stands. Either way, though, I want to get rid of the Sound Percussion stand because it's a big bulky one I traded a PDP 800 stand for to one of my friends (big, stupid mistake). The Dixon actually works well despite being a possible knockoff brand. If I get a rack I'm not sure if it'll be a Gibraltar or PDP. I have a crappy throne I had with my first kit like 9 years ago. I'd like to upgrade my pedal to a DW5000 Turbo sometime as well as upgrade my throne to a Roc-n-Soc padded throne with nitro lift.

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Re: Show us your drum/perc set-up
« Reply #262 on: December 17, 2012, 03:24 PM »
Tama Superstar Hyperdrive Brushed Metallic Black
22x20 Bass Drum
13x6 Snare
12x7 Rack Tom
14x12 Floor Tom
16x14 Floor Tom

CYMBALS:
14" Zildjian ZBT Hi-Hats
17" Sabian X-Plosion Crash
18" Sabian X-Plosion Fast Crash
20" Zildjian ZBT Ride






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Re: Show us your drum/perc set-up
« Reply #263 on: September 27, 2013, 06:26 PM »
My main gigging kit... :)
 http://www.pohsoonteng.com/the-poh-litely.html]http://www.pohsoonteng.com/the-poh-litely.html


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Re: Show us your drum/perc set-up
« Reply #264 on: October 14, 2013, 02:01 PM »
As Monty Python used to say, "And now for something completely different." I performed a full concert on just Gongs/Bells/Singing Bowls/Sound Plates/Cymbals etc. in a beautiful old church yesterday. The sound was wonderful. I played my own compositions and a few improvisations. Much fun despite the hectic set up.

Here is my full set up for the day:





Next time I'll post some drums…

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Show us your drum/perc set-up
« Reply #265 on: October 14, 2013, 10:49 PM »
Michael,

That has to be one of the coolest set ups I've seem in a while. Would love to hear it...

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Re: Show us your drum/perc set-up
« Reply #266 on: December 07, 2013, 04:43 PM »
New to these forums and wanted to share my drum set with everyone.

My drums are a CB Drums/Percussion drum set which I bought as a 5 piece back in June 1995. As you can see I have added on to it since then to include 2 10 inch toms, a 15 inch tom and another 16 inch floor tom. This picture is from 4 years ago but since this picture I'm now using Evans EC2 Coated heads on the toms and Evans G2 on the snare and a coated Evans EMAD on the bass drum and Genera Resonant Clears (Glass) on the resonant heads except for the front (CB Drums logo). I also use Zildjian cymbals with a complete set of Zildjian ZHT's and an assortment of A Zildjians, K Zildjians, A Customs, K Customs and Z Customs with a few ZBT's thrown in.

Here it is from the front.



Here's the full view of the drums.



And here is me playing:




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Re: Show us your drum/perc set-up
« Reply #267 on: December 12, 2013, 12:26 AM »
From my gig at Ruby Skye, San Francisco...
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Re: Show us your drum/perc set-up
« Reply #268 on: December 16, 2013, 03:58 AM »
Current set up of my Granstars, snare is a Chad Smith, new cymbals are Paiste Full dark signature 20" ride, K Custom hybrid 18 crash, Sabian el-sabor splash, nice Paiste Twenty 18" china (not shown), K hihats ...loving them.

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Re: Show us your drum/perc set-up
« Reply #269 on: December 19, 2013, 07:23 PM »
A few Ludwigs.


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Re: Show us your drum/perc set-up
« Reply #270 on: July 14, 2016, 11:21 AM »
Crush 5pc Clear with light kit, Pearl Reference 5pc Granite Sparkle, Pearl Free Floating Brass Snare, OCDP 14x7 25-ply snare, Paiste Cymbals, Tama Iron Cobra pedals

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Re: Show us your drum/perc set-up
« Reply #271 on: March 28, 2017, 09:16 AM »
(Apologies for dredging up an old thread.)

Like many others here, I'm sure, I'll use different setups for different performance situations.  To minimize my self-indulgent tendencies, I'll keep this to two:  one from a symphony "pops" concert a few years ago, and another from a steel band gig earlier this year.



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Re: Show us your drum/perc set-up
« Reply #272 on: April 02, 2017, 07:46 AM »
Nice drum set-ups, James!

 

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