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14x18 floor tom
Old 1 week ago
  #1
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14x18 floor tom

Ok friends.
Need your opinion on a 14x18 floor tom.
DW


Any thoughts?
Old 1 week ago
  #2
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any context? what use? what's the question?
Old 1 week ago
  #3
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Originally Posted by deedeeyeah View Post
any context? what use? what's the question?
Experience.
For use in the studio. Live.

Pop. Rock. Etc.

What’s your experience with it. Do you prefer it over 16x18 etc
Old 1 week ago
  #4
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Do you have a link to the floor tom in question? I could not find it. I was able to find some 14x18 DW bass drums.... or other depths of 18" floor toms...

I had (technically still "have") a 16x18 floor tom. I did not like it that much. I drilled holes for spurs and a tom mount, put wooden hoops on it, and now it is the 16x18 bass drum for my bebop kit. And in that role I like it a lot.

I have played on a few kits that had 18" floor toms, but almost always they were a 'second floor tom' - set up to the right of a smaller 16" floor tom. Which was cool. But by itself, as my only floor tom, I did not care for it. It seems kind of limited/limiting.

Last edited by joeq; 1 week ago at 07:02 AM..
Old 1 week ago
  #5
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depth hardly matters unless you put it next to an overly deep second floor tom: i'd expect somewhat different sustain then...
Old 5 days ago
  #6
Maybe consider a "floor tom" like the one Virgil is using on his left here. Go to 21:23 near the end of the video:

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