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What drums do you own?

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A djembe. I'm just learning to play it. It sits next the the dusty guitar I was going to learn to play last year B) Well, one day when I retire I'll be able to learn all the things I want to :lol:

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I've got a mapex v series kit (rock sizes) and the Ludwig Stainless Steel Zep Kit :drumz:

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DW collectors series in champagne sparkle, 22 X 18 kick, 10,12,16" toms, Ludwig Black Beauty snare (with tube lugs), Paiste cymbals. Also have a Roland TD6 for home use

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Pearl Export Series

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Orange County drums and percussion Avalon maple 6pc

Poboy Jimmie C series maple/mahogany 5 pc (practice kit)

Mapex Black panther orion series 14 x6" maple snare

Pearl free floating snare with brass shell 14 x 5.5

Tama Artwood maple 14 x 5.5 snare

Roland spd-6

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PDP - green to black fade

8,10,12,14,16" toms

22" kick

6-1/2 x 14" Pearl chrome snare (from the 70's)

mix of Zildjian A's and K's

Tama Iron Cobra pedals & stands (from my old Tama set though

I use a PDP drum rack for most of the cymbals.

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Funny you should ask

I just set up my 27" & 29" Ludwig Symphonic Copper Tympanies yesterday

I haven't played them since 1983, played them yesterday and the neighbours don't mind

6 cowbella

2 triangles

Yamaha DX-7 electronic drum kit

the kit in the photo is that of my old Gretsch Nighthawk II kit

Here's a picture of me on my set during a show at The Maples Inn minus the gong and tympanies

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Edited by roblindblad

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Funny you should ask

I just set up my 27" & 29" Ludwig Symphonic Copper Tympanies yesterday

I haven't played them since 1983, played them yesterday and the neighbours don't mind

6 cowbella

2 triangles

Yamaha DX-7 electronic drum kit

the kit in the photo is that of my old Gretsch Nighthawk II kit

Here's a picture of me on my set during a show at The Maples Inn minus the gong and tympanies

RobertLindbladdrums.jpg

You play lefty or just set up in a different way? Nice photo's, from the 70's or 80's?

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'90 5 pc. Ludwig silver sparkle and Yamaha DTS Express electronic kit w/upgraded bass drum

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You play lefty or just set up in a different way? Nice photo's, from the 70's or 80's?

1983

I set up in a different way

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I have a set of PDP's and I love the sound. The best drums that I have ever owned.

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I concur!

Have almost the exact same kit myself except green to black.

I keep thinking i need a more expensive kit, then i listen to them with that warm maple tone and think, screw it. So, for now, i'm keeping them.

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My drums were a four piece Ludwig Blue Sparkle from the 70s. Not real sure of the pedigree. Tom was a 12, floor was a 16, bass a 20. The snare was all metal. That's all I remember.

Now I bang on my buddies custom DW birdseye maple kit:

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