Equipment

Drum and Cymbal Selection

Based on the style of your song/audio, we can select from some of the sets I have (or mix and match).  I typically tune the drums in intervals of major 3rd or perfect 4ths.

  1. 2013 Sakae Almighty.  (22×16 BD, 10, 12, 16 FT)
  2. 2008 Yamaha Absolute Maple Nouveau (22×18 BD, 10, 12, 14, 16 TT)
  3. 2008 Yamaha Absolute Maple Nouveau (22×14 BD, 10, 12, 14 TT)
  4. 1995 Yamaha Maple Customs (20×16 BD, 10, 12, 14 TT)
  5. 2003 Gretsch (6 ply mahogany) Catalina (18×16 BD, 12 TT, 14 FT)
  6. 1961 Ludwig Leedy (22×14 BD, 12 TT, 14 FT)

Bass Drums

  1. 22 x 18 (maple)
  2. 22 x 16 (maple)
  3. 22 x 14 (maple)
  4. 22 x 14 (vintage)
  5. 20 x 16 (maple)
  6. 18 x 16 (mahogany)

Tom Toms

  1. 10 x 9, 10 x 8, 10 x 7.5
  2. 12 x 9.9, 12 x 9
  3. 14 x 12, 14 x 10
  4. 16 x 14

Snare Drums

  1. 14 x 5.5 (Sakae Maple, 10 lug)
  2. 14 x 5.5 (Yamaha maple, 10 lug, Die cast)
  3. 14 x 5.5 (Tama 1.2mm Steel, 8 lug)
  4. 14 x 5.5 (Slingerland Radio King, 8 lug)
  5. 14 x 5 (Gretsch mahogany, 8 lug)
  6. 14 x 5 (Pearl Free Floating Maple, 10 lug, Die cast)
  7. 14 x 3 (Yamaha brass, 10 lug)
  8. 13 x 7 (Gretsch mahogony, 8 lug, Die cast)
  9. 10 x 6 (Pacific maple, 6 lug)

Ride Cymbals (all Zildjian)

  1. 20 K custom dark
  2. 20 K custom dry
  3. 20 K custom
  4. 20 K
  5. 20 A 1960’s era w/ rivets
  6. 20 K 1970’s era
  7. 18 K flat top

Crash Cymbals (all Zildjian)

  1. 15, 16, 17, 18 A custom
  2. 16 Fast
  3. 16 Thin
  4. 12 A custom splash
  5. 17 K dark
  6. 18 K dark medium-thin
  7. 17 A medium

Hi-Hats (all Zildjian unless noted)

  1. 15 K Light Hihat
  2. 14 New beats (and A New beats)
  3. 14 Wuhan
  4. 14 (1961) vintage
  5. 13 Recording hats

Effect Cymbals

  1. 12, 14, and 16 Wuhan China

 

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