#2
No, I am not crazy.

http://preview.tinyurl.com/422yxpj

His name is Big Brother.

Also, I didn't specify the woods or how many plies for the shells, etc. since I haven't really looked into much of that... would probably just want maple or birch for the wood, though.
Last edited by Steve08 at Aug 8, 2011,
#4
http://tinyurl.com/3oruojm

I can almost fit half of my REAL dream kit in there.
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#5
http://tinyurl.com/4yyx69w

Im a bassist but if I was to upgrade my kit this would be it.
It seems I have simple tastes compared to some of the others here :P

Love the "all cymbals" Kit up there though. Can never have enough of those.
Last edited by corrda00 at Aug 8, 2011,
#7
^^ Bass, snare and a ridiculous amount of cymbals? I like it

I'd probably keep mine relatively simple, its not much different from the kit I have now, just more cymbals and a side snare.

http://tinyurl.com/3cs9ojm

Edit - Thought I'd make my kit that I'll be using for gigging, less to carry around and set up = win

http://tinyurl.com/3m6by37
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Last edited by Skinny91 at Aug 9, 2011,
#13
I honestly don't have a dream kit because it changes all the time. It's pretty detailed and I don't think it would serve me and my actual abilities justice. I'm good enough on guitar to know exactly what I need and what will make me better and suit me, but I'm just not good enough on drums to know any of that for sure.

I'd probably have some hand-hammered cymbals like the Dream ones. I'd have a Japanese made Tama Starclassic with a beautiful 6"x13" snare made of brass. I'd have two floor toms (big ones), a single kick, a single rack tom, and whatever else one would need.

Cymbal wise I'd have a 22" ride, an 18" and 20" crash, an 18" china, a 10" splash, and some stacking cymbals. I'd also have a set of Paiste hi-hats. They have a beautiful stick to them. I haven't come across a better hi-hat maker yet.