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#25223 by romeisburningrock
Wed Mar 12, 2008 2:58 pm
Looking for a drum kit. (One Up, Two Down Config.)
Sizes no Smaller than:
24" bass
12" rack
14" floor
16" floor

Prefer larger sizes but those are the smallest.
Any brand.
Good condition. Looking for good rock band colors.
Hardware is nice.
On a budget.

#33524 by signal.seven
Sun Jun 08, 2008 3:42 pm
Gretch has a kit just like you are looking for for around $800.00. It is HUGE!!!
#33941 by Ross1177
Wed Jun 11, 2008 3:12 am
romeisburningrock wrote:Looking for a drum kit. (One Up, Two Down Config.)
Sizes no Smaller than:
24" bass
10,12,14. toms
16floor
16,17,18,19 z crashes 22 z ride 8 z bell 10,16 wuhan chineas also 14 free floating snare from pearl also 14 tama snare also 2 cow bells

Prefer larger sizes but those are the smallest.
Any brand.
Good condition. Looking for good rock band colors.
Hardware is nice. 7 double brace stands also gibraltor rack
On a budget.
2600 20 piece tama
#33942 by Ross1177
Wed Jun 11, 2008 3:14 am
[sell must see=kross1177@yahoo.comConfig.)
Sizes
24" bass
10,12,14. toms
16floor
16,17,18,19 z crashes 22 z ride 8 z bell 10,16 wuhan chineas also 14 free floating snare from pearl also 14 tama snare also 2 cow bells

Prefer larger sizes but those are the smallest.
Any brand.
Good condition. Looking for good rock band colors.
Hardware is nice. 7 double brace stands also gibraltor rack
On a budget.[/quote]
2600 20 piece tama

#35247 by CaptnWar
Wed Jun 25, 2008 6:56 pm
my bf has a decent Tama kit from the 80s, he'd sell...
-two 24" kicks
-toms (maybe 7 or 8 of them) ranging from 4" - 16", I'm not 100% on those
-two floor toms, again I don't want to give specs, but judging from the big kick I'd expect them to be larger than most

This was the main/standard kit in the 80s for recording.
There are live videos of LOMBARDO of SLAYER using what looks like exactly the same kit in New York of 91 on youtube.

I just want to warn you,
those 24" kick skins are becoming rare. So just call before driving across town when picking up new ones
#58704 by Lindawaring
Mon Mar 02, 2009 6:14 pm
romeisburningrock wrote:Looking for a drum kit. (One Up, Two Down Config.)
Sizes no Smaller than:
24" bass
12" rack
14" floor
16" floor

Prefer larger sizes but those are the smallest.
Any brand.
Good condition. Looking for good rock band colors.
Hardware is nice.
On a budget.
I have a 26", 14", 18" set of butcher block wood custon Ddrum kit (Dominion Ash) for sale. Contact me for the deal.

#71037 by Chippy
Tue Jun 16, 2009 5:50 pm
Dude that is one heck of a kit!

#71040 by Drummer4Food
Tue Jun 16, 2009 6:19 pm
Thanks , but when you have to clean it once a week to keep the dust off
it gets old after a while, I like big kits cause you can mix things up alot
with the different toms plus adding different sounds to 2 different size
bass drums. :D

Chipfryer, the website rocks , pretty inventive. :lol:

#71042 by Chippy
Tue Jun 16, 2009 6:23 pm
Yeah I know what you mean. They offer so much versatility with the right music don't they. I had a 14 piece years ago which was a nightmare to keep clean but this was comprised of several different brands so I coated the shells in vinyl. Looked pretty cool after I'd refitted it I have to say.

Good luck with your sale. I know you'll miss them :wink:

Keep well.
Chippy

Drummer4Food wrote:Thanks , but when you have to clean it once a week to keep the dust off
it gets old after a while, I like big kits cause you can mix things up alot
with the different toms plus adding different sounds to 2 different size
bass drums. :D

#71052 by Chippy
Tue Jun 16, 2009 6:54 pm
Well that sure beats the heck out of the leather strap driven one I started with hahahaha. :D

Drummer4Food wrote:Chip check out Pearl's new pedal and endorsed by my fav drummer. Todds the man.

http://www.pearldrum.com/demondrivelive/

#92255 by danova
Wed Nov 25, 2009 9:47 pm
This was the main/standard kit in the 80s for recording.There are live videos of LOMBARDO of SLAYER using what looks like exactly the same kit in New York of 91 on youtube.
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