#2
Bozzio is compensating for something. Nah, he's a great drummer, my dad knew him when he was just starting out with Zappa. His kit is massive, but he uses all of those drums to create different kinds of beats which sound unique compared to other rock drummers.
#3
Theres a picture of my friend's bro's (he showed me that video) drumkit on my profile , well the rack anyways. It's pretty friggin huge considering hes only an amateur and only 19. It's kinda scary because when i try to count the cymbals on that thing the number changes, though it's usually between 18 and 22. Plus 7 toms, 2 Kick drums, 2 snares, some chimes, well.... alot heres the list:

Tama late 80's early 90's Swingstar Drums (black)
1.18x22 Kick(Remo Pinstrinpe head)
2.16x22 Kick(Remo Pinstrinpe head)
3.10x8 Tom(Remo Pinstrinpe head)
4.12x9 Tom(Remo Pinstrinpe head)
5.13x10 Tom(Remo Pinstrinpe head)
6.14x11 Tom(Remo Pinstrinpe head)
7.16x16 Floor Tom(Remo Pinstrinpe head)
8.14x5.5 Tama Steel Snare Drum(Remo Coated Black Dot head,Side Snare)
9.Pork Pie 6.5x12 Maple Snare(purple Stain Color,Remo Clear Black Dot,Main Snare)
10.ProMark 707&7a nylon Tip Sticks,StickHolder
11.Tama Standard Drum throne
12.All Hardware is tama or Gibralter
13.2 Tama Octabons (high pitched set)
14.LP Ridge Rider Rock Cowbell
15.treeworks 35 classic chime bar
Cymbals are listed from left to right
16.Paiste 20" 802 Ride
17.Paiste 16" 2002 China
18.Paiste 6" Signature Splash
19.Paiste 4" Accent
20.Paiste 6" Accent
21.paiste 16"Deminsions Reflector Medium Heavy Crash
22.Paiste 17" Signature Power Crash
23.Paiste 14" Sound Edge HiHats (top alpha and bottom rude)
24.Paiste 8" Signature Dark Energy Splash
25.Paiste 6" Bell Chime
26.Paiste 10" Signature Dark Energy Splas
27.Paiste 18" Rude Crash/Ride
28.Paiste 8" custom micro hihat (top is 2002 splash bottom is 8" accent)
29.Paiste 13" Mega Cup Chime
30.Paiste 8" Signature Bell
31.Paiste 16"Deminsions Power Crash
32.Wuhan 12" China
33. Paiste 20" Rude Power Ride
34. Paiste 14" Deminsions Power HiHats
35. Paiste 18" 2002 Novo China type
36. tama iron cobra velo glide hi hat stand
37. 2 axis A long board Kick Drum Pedals

But yea Terry's kit is friggen unnecessary and crazy big.
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#5
That's really awesome. A bit unnecessary, but still cool.
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#6
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Bozzio is compensating for something. Nah, he's a great drummer, my dad knew him when he was just starting out with Zappa. His kit is massive, but he uses all of those drums to create different kinds of beats which sound unique compared to other rock drummers.



That's what I thought.
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#8
Pozzio has more toms, but Portnoy is 100times better.
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#9
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37...that's all? Mike Portnoy of Dream Theater uses I think a 42 piece set.




The hell? How does he even reach some of those?
#10
Oh and pozzio has more than a 37
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The hell? How does he even reach some of those?

'cuz they're Dream Theater....
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#14
Meh, I think that goes a bit into the unnecessary. The largest kit I would consider using would be a standard 3 tom kit but with a lot of cymbals. Not a big fan of many toms.
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#15
But would you class Mike Portnoy's setup as one kit though? Looking at the photo it looks like two. One with a double bass drum set up and the other with a single bass drum set up with one of those double peddle things on it. It even has two seats.
Not taking anything away from it though, it looks awsome, but I bet it's a pain to set up and transport.
Our drummer has a bright yellow nine piece (counting just the drums) Staccato, and that in itself is a right pain to transport because you just can't get cases for them and the weird shape of the shells means they can't be stacked.

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