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Old 03-25-2013, 04:28 PM
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Here is my new Gretsch USA Custom Bop Kit after a 17 week wait. The new round badges for 2013 pushed me over the edge. Went with a vintage build to match the new badges. The kit turned out great with a nice vintage vibe. Steve Maxwell included his rail mount, don't know if I will committ to installing it.
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Old 03-25-2013, 04:33 PM
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Stunningly gorgeous! Congratulations! Love the vintage options.
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Old 03-26-2013, 04:18 PM
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I agree stunningly gorgeous. Even drop dead gorgeous. But then, being dead, you couldn't play these so... Nicest kit I've seen all year. Has "heirloom" written all over 'em... Beauties.
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Old 03-26-2013, 06:36 PM
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Beautiful kit Stixnergard! Love that color. Nice sizes too!

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Old 04-19-2013, 04:11 AM
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My Catalina Maple in Dark Cherry- her name is Mystery

With K custom 20" ride, 14" hats and Alchemy 17" Crashes

8" 10" 14" 16" tom sizes



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Old 04-19-2013, 04:13 AM
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Here is my new Gretsch USA Custom Bop Kit after a 17 week wait. The new round badges for 2013 pushed me over the edge. Went with a vintage build to match the new badges. The kit turned out great with a nice vintage vibe. Steve Maxwell included his rail mount, don't know if I will committ to installing it.
Absolutely Gretschtastic for sure. nice kit Stix
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Old 04-22-2013, 08:39 PM
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Some pics of my Gretsch Renown (autumn burst) from a gig this past weekend...







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Old 05-17-2013, 08:52 PM
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very nice looking set sir, like the color, i'm sure it sounds awesome!
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Old 05-18-2013, 03:03 AM
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Some pics of my Gretsch Renown (autumn burst) from a gig this past weekend...







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Old 05-26-2013, 04:58 PM
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This is my new rig! Check out my pics!!

Gretsch Catalina Maple 7 Piece, Zildjian K Custom Hybird Cymbals. Amazing set!!
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Old 05-26-2013, 05:44 PM
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Hi drumgod007,

The Gretsch Catalina Maple is a good kit at a kindly price. I like the white heads - red kit contrast.

How do you like your kickport?
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Old 05-26-2013, 07:54 PM
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I just installed the kick port yesterday. Not sure its worth th 40.00 bucks i paid for it though..
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Old 05-26-2013, 08:09 PM
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Nice drums, nice cymbals, and the kick port works very well on my Renowns
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Old 05-30-2013, 11:58 AM
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Here is my new Gretsch USA Custom Bop Kit after a 17 week wait. The new round badges for 2013 pushed me over the edge. Went with a vintage build to match the new badges. The kit turned out great with a nice vintage vibe. Steve Maxwell included his rail mount, don't know if I will committ to installing it.
Those are very nice, what is that hand dial on the side of you snare?
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Old 06-07-2013, 07:42 AM
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OK guys, my Gretsch is Catalina Ash in cobalt blue. The sizes are 8, 10, 12, 14, 22. Currently I'm trying the Evans black chrome heads on the toms. Still playing with the tuning, but I like them overall. These are the first heads I put on after I bought the drums, so don't have what to compare to at this point. The kick has Emad batter with the stock resonance plus kick port. Very solid sound without any dampening. The snare is the stock one too. Its alright, won't be my fist choice but I have 6 more to choose from, so its just fun to play with it. Currently I have Evens reverse dot on it, medium tuning with slightly higher resonant head. I found this to be the best combo for it. If you guys have any questions please let me know.

Oh yah, I noticed that the toms go out of tune a bit easy. Do you have any suggestions about that?

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Old 06-09-2013, 05:14 PM
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This is my 7 piece Catalina Maple set.

22 X 18 bass
8 X 7 rack
10 X 8 rack
12 X 9 rack
14 X 14 floor
16 X 16 floor
14 X 6.5 Pork Pie Big Black brass snare / maple snare that came with the shell pack

14" A Custom Hats
16" A Custom Crash
18" A Custom Crash
20" A Custom Medium Ride
20" Sabian AA Rock Crash
18" Oriental China Trash
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Old 07-08-2013, 06:52 PM
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My 2 year old relative looking relatively comfortable behind my Gretsch 57s. He plays surprisingly loud. Really loud.
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Old 07-27-2013, 06:57 PM
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Received yesterday, my new 2013 Gretsch Renown Maple in Blue Metal
20 x 14
10 x 7
12 x 8
14 x 14
and a matching 6.5 x 14 snare

Big thanks to all the great people on this forum that offered loads of advice and led me to choosing this kit.


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Old 07-27-2013, 07:48 PM
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This is my 7 piece Catalina Maple set.

22 X 18 bass
8 X 7 rack
10 X 8 rack
12 X 9 rack
14 X 14 floor
16 X 16 floor
14 X 6.5 Pork Pie Big Black brass snare / maple snare that came with the shell pack

14" A Custom Hats
16" A Custom Crash
18" A Custom Crash
20" A Custom Medium Ride
20" Sabian AA Rock Crash
18" Oriental China Trash
I would suggest playing with the reso heads and maybe lose a few of the moon gel bits.
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Old 07-27-2013, 07:49 PM
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Received yesterday, my new 2013 Gretsch Renown Maple in Blue Metal
20 x 14
10 x 7
12 x 8
14 x 14
and a matching 6.5 x 14 snare

Big thanks to all the great people on this forum that offered loads of advice and led me to choosing this kit.


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Good stuff Jeff. Nice finish. Now go have fun.
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Old 08-03-2013, 04:34 PM
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Great kit,Jeff. Is your bass drum really 14" deep? There is only 16"x20" in the Renown series.
I would like to have a 14"x22".
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Old 08-04-2013, 04:15 PM
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Here mine is, for those who don't want to read my whole thread :)

Drums are:
Gretsch USA Maple
10", 12", 14" toms. 22"x18" kick.

Gretsch Renown Maple
16" Floor tom

Main snare is a 13"x7" Ludwig Black Magic brass shell
Aux snare is 12"x5" Pearl Firecracker poplar shell.

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Old 08-14-2013, 12:03 PM
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Ages back, I rebuilt an 18" floor from the shell up, since then the missus and I bought a mini as our main car, so I used all my spares up to convert the 18 to a bass drum, only thing I'm missing are two legs to fit the diamond plates, so its a little unstable at the mo, but it works well
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And in the new set up I'm trying
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And the rest of the gang!
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Old 08-17-2013, 02:04 AM
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This is my late 50's/early 60's Gretsch kit (from what I remember, I based this on the t's and claws). Got it as shells + lugs + parts kit in early 2005, and finished it with what I could use (Ludwig bass hoops, flanged hoops on the toms). 8x12, 16x16, 14x22. Matching blue sparkle Ludwig Jazzfest in there. Ironically my Gretsch snare is champagne, which in turn matches my Ludwig kit. =)

Also just the other day I went up into my drum storage attic and pulled out this guy:



Which is a custom 6.5x13 snare. I happened to take this pic the other day (I should have cleaned it off a bit). It's a 60's or 70's Gretsch shell (silver inside, no tag, and I forget my Gretsch history), Nickelworks throw, Tama StarCast top hoop. Always loved burgundy sparkle, but no one was making it at the time, so I had gotten my hands on some burgundy sparkle wrap someone had taken from floor tom or bass drum, and used it here. I built it probably around the same time as the shot of the kit above.
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stunning pictures bakerboy!
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Old 08-20-2013, 11:20 PM
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Hi Guys,

Let's share my Gretsch Hickory set : 20 / 10 / 12 / 14 + Snare

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I put Earthtone calfskin heads on my USA Customs. I like the organic sound. So far, they require a bit more frequent tuning but it is neither an exacting nor problematic process.

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Old 09-06-2013, 02:17 AM
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Hi there,

this is a very, very, very nice kit and it sounds great, too!

Congratulations!

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Current setup- Gretsch USA customs- 10x7, 12x8, 14x14, 18x22, Yamaha Jimmy Chamberlin Signature Snare, HHX Evolution hats, crash, O-zone, and ride. AAX crashes (2), Soultone splash (8 and 12").
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Just received this kit yesterday by UPS. Sizes are 20 x 14 bass ; 12 x 8 mounted tom and 14 x 14 floor tom. I ordered the matching 6.5 x 14 snare drum through Steve Maxwell last week.

The kit has the Steve Maxwell exclusive Espresso Burst wrap and 302 double flange hoops with the modern buildout.

The pictures are from the seller I purchased it from , he had it only a couple of weeks. I haven't decided if I will change out the hoops to diecast yet. The 302 double flange hoops give it a real 50's round badge vibe.
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Just received this kit yesterday by UPS. Sizes are 20 x 14 bass ; 12 x 8 mounted tom and 14 x 14 floor tom. I ordered the matching 6.5 x 14 snare drum through Steve Maxwell last week.

The kit has the Steve Maxwell exclusive Espresso Burst wrap and 302 double flange hoops with the modern buildout.

The pictures are from the seller I purchased it from , he had it only a couple of weeks. I haven't decided if I will change out the hoops to diecast yet. The 302 double flange hoops give it a real 50's round badge vibe.
if thats the kit with the 20" bass drum that was at Steves shop I have played it .....I went back a couple weeks ago and it was gone .

my heart melted like butter when I hit those toms

that kit sounds absolutely unbelievable ........ seriously !!!! ....and is easy on the eyes to boot

Steve told me he had not even taken a key to it at that point

you are blessed brother

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Old 09-25-2013, 12:29 PM
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Just received this kit yesterday by UPS. Sizes are 20 x 14 bass ; 12 x 8 mounted tom and 14 x 14 floor tom. I ordered the matching 6.5 x 14 snare drum through Steve Maxwell last week.

The kit has the Steve Maxwell exclusive Espresso Burst wrap and 302 double flange hoops with the modern buildout.

The pictures are from the seller I purchased it from , he had it only a couple of weeks. I haven't decided if I will change out the hoops to diecast yet. The 302 double flange hoops give it a real 50's round badge vibe.
Beauties! Are these the ones you scooped up from DFO?

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if thats the kit with the 20" bass drum that was at Steves shop I have played it .....I went back a couple weeks ago and it was gone .

my heart melted like butter when I hit those toms

that kit sounds absolutely unbelievable ........ seriously !!!! ....and is easy on the eyes to boot

Steve told me he had not even taken a key to it at that point

you are blessed brother

from one Grestch lover to another .....happy drumming
I'd be in serious trouble if I had access to Steve's shop like you do.
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Nice kit RickP! Very similar to my kit and sizes; except I added a 16" floor tom half a year later. Enjoy them!

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Beauties! Are these the ones you scooped up from DFO?



I'd be in serious trouble if I had access to Steve's shop like you do.
They are the kit I bought from the seller at drumforum.org.

I decided to buy a matching 6.5 x 14 snare drum from Steve Maxwell as well. It is always nice to have a matching snare drum. I plan on using my Yamaha Steve Jordan snare with JTP wood hoops for the first gig with this kit.


Skulmoski,
Not sure I am going to order any add on drums. Deep down I am a 4 piece guy. The only kit I have with more than two toms is my Yamaha Club Custom kit and I still play that as a four piece as much as I do with both mounted toms.
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Old 09-26-2013, 12:36 PM
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Not sure I am going to order any add on drums. Deep down I am a 4 piece guy. The only kit I have with more than two toms is my Yamaha Club Custom kit and I still play that as a four piece as much as I do with both mounted toms.
The 16" floor tom is a beaut! 4 piece kits are nice too. I agree with you to get the matching snare; I did that too. I just replaced my Gretsch heads with Earthtone calf skins and they gave me the sound I was looking for.

Enjoy your kit. They look awesome.

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