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bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
19 Apr 2007 2:38PM
like the perspective

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Ken_fuji 10 26 1 Scotland
20 Apr 2007 2:30AM
Thanks.

KJ
thorn 12 124 2 Scotland
22 Apr 2007 11:22PM
Hi Ken,
Excellent reflections,lighting,perspective,detail,love the way you can see they've been well used from the pits on the cymbals and i love how you see right through the drums and the light shows the marks of the sticks on the skins.Good to see your drum kit.
Keep listening to Buddy.
Take care,
your friend,AnnSmile
Ken_fuji 10 26 1 Scotland
23 Apr 2007 1:24AM
Hello Ann,

Thanks for the comment.

Yes, the kit was well used. These are "hand-hammered" ZILDJIAN cymbals, which is why it looks like "pits on the cymbals", as you said. You're right about the marks on the drum heads (skins) - they are indeed caused by sticks.

KJ
A Booth 14 11 4 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2007 5:06PM
good composition of your outfit.
tonymarq 10 1 United States
30 Apr 2007 1:16AM
Ken the instruement of us the time keepers and rythm! Love this in sepia as it gives it the vintage look! Ken great little kit and those little spash cymbals are great effect!My hi hat are Zyldian K's and love there crisp sound!

stay well
tonymarq
There can't be too many photo's of drum kits, I play a Tama myself. Great shot.
Darren
Ken_fuji 10 26 1 Scotland
18 Jan 2008 10:44AM
Thanks Darren.

Most professional drum manufacturers are good these days. I played for over three decades, and started off with a really crap kit - made up of drums of all makes, and colours!

REMO Encore was my main kit throughout my career, and I always used Zildjian cymbals. I might upload another shot of my kit at some point.

Thanks to all who commented.

Ken

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