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    Oh and he made a video showing how that setup sounds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitargodgt View Post
    Oh and he made a video showing how that setup sounds.
    That is kind of what I was going for, but I in now, I will try to make setup work. But now if it doesn't I have options, but it is really the setup I was looking for.
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    Honestly until very recently I didn't know about him and this video isn't that old. I had no idea they made kick drum heads for a 16" floor tom. I also had no idea that there was a conversion for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitargodgt View Post
    Honestly until very recently I didn't know about him and this video isn't that old. I had no idea they made kick drum heads for a 16" floor tom. I also had no idea that there was a conversion for it.
    I think for those like me, who want a kit, but for various reasons don't want a full kit, this is a great option. Kick, hi hat, snare, ride. I mean, 90% of what most of us need. Good find IMO.
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    Nevermind. Watched the video and answered what I was going to say/question.
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    He is keeping it small for flying purposes. I think if it was me I would just go ahead and use an 18" crash ride and add a 12" tom to that setup. It wouldn't add that much to the footprint (in fact in the performance video it looks like he has an unused arm that could be used to mount a small tom) and I think I would rather have a crash ride over just a crash and a single tom gives a bit more versatility.

    I actually have a kit that is configured 18" (kick), 8/10/12 toms and I have a 13" snare although a smaller one like he has in the video would be neat.
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