#1
My kit is a Pearl EX and heres the measurements
Snare- 14"
Tom 1- 12"
Tom 2- 13"
Floor Tom- 16"
Bass Drum- 22"
All heads are Pearl except bass drum which is an Evans EMAD2

I don't know if you need to know cymbal sizes to determine what heads would sound good but ill post them anyways

High Hat- 14"
Crash 1- 14"
Crash 2- 16"
Ride- 20"

I want a more jazzy sound with the snare and more latin oriented toms
please dont take that request to the extreme though
just keep it in mind if you know of something that would fit the description
tell me what you guys think would work well
#2
Get coated heads for the toms, and the snare you'd have to try out. Jazz drumming sounds better with thinner snare drums.
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#3
Quote by valientman
My kit is a Pearl EX and heres the measurements
Snare- 14"
Tom 1- 12"
Tom 2- 13"
Floor Tom- 16"
Bass Drum- 22"
All heads are Pearl except bass drum which is an Evans EMAD2

I don't know if you need to know cymbal sizes to determine what heads would sound good but ill post them anyways

High Hat- 14"
Crash 1- 14"
Crash 2- 16"
Ride- 20"

I want a more jazzy sound with the snare and more latin oriented toms
please dont take that request to the extreme though
just keep it in mind if you know of something that would fit the description
tell me what you guys think would work well



uhh??

http://ultimate-drums.com ??
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* Epiphone Les Paul Custom
* Schecter Jeff Loomis Signature 7 String
* Fender Squier P Bass
* Blackstar Stage HT-60
* Original Crybaby
* EHX Small Clone
* Boss DD-3
#4
a Jazzy sound..... you would probably wanna go with coated medium weight heads all the way around.
#5
ELXs are pretty crap in terms on tonal quality. I tried to do something similar on a similar pearl kit and it just sounded poor. I would maybe stick to evans coated ec2s because they will give you more of a thud.

Note that jazz drums are tuned high. They are done so they could be heard unmiked in the bigband days.