Vinnie signs deal with Paiste.

Clint Hopkins
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Re: Vinnie signs deal with Paiste.

Postby Clint Hopkins » Thu Apr 12, 2012 5:12 am

Set-up for Sting Tour 2012
22" Formula 602 China prototype
15" Formula 602 Medium Hi-Hat prototype
8" Signature Reflector Splash
20" Formula 602 Thin Crash
10" Signature Reflector Splash
18" Formula 602 Thin Crash
24" Formula 602 Medium Ride prototype
18" Alpha Medium Swiss Crash
22" Formula 602 Thin Crash prototype


Those sizes reflect quite a dynamic change from his past set ups.
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langmick
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Re: Vinnie signs deal with Paiste.

Postby langmick » Thu Apr 12, 2012 6:55 am

Big Paistes sound really good, the smaller ones I think speak with a more defined higher pitch, the bigger ones sit better in grooves.

I wish he would have replicated Stewart's old setup! RUDES!

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Re: Vinnie signs deal with Paiste.

Postby amoergosum » Thu Apr 12, 2012 7:09 am

langmick wrote:Big Paistes sound really good, the smaller ones I think speak with a more defined higher pitch, the bigger ones sit better in grooves.

I wish he would have replicated Stewart's old setup! RUDES!



The cymbals seem to be responding to what the drums are saying...:)
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langmick
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Re: Vinnie signs deal with Paiste.

Postby langmick » Thu Apr 12, 2012 7:32 am

Ah, good catch! LOL
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Re: Vinnie signs deal with Paiste.

Postby Niles » Thu Apr 12, 2012 8:29 am

langmick wrote:Big Paistes sound really good, the smaller ones I think speak with a more defined higher pitch, the bigger ones sit better in grooves.

I wish he would have replicated Stewart's old setup! RUDES!

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He's not using Rudes, but it looks like Vinnie is positioning his ride in the Copeland position, moving his 2nd crash where his ride usually sits.
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Joe Nocella
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Re: Vinnie signs deal with Paiste.

Postby Joe Nocella » Thu Apr 12, 2012 10:46 am

langmick wrote:
He's not using Rudes, but it looks like Vinnie is positioning his ride in the Copeland position, moving his 2nd crash where his ride usually sits.


AKA the "Rock" position. :lol:
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Re: Vinnie signs deal with Paiste.

Postby Old Pit Guy » Thu Apr 12, 2012 2:39 pm

Joe Nocella wrote:
langmick wrote:
He's not using Rudes, but it looks like Vinnie is positioning his ride in the Copeland position, moving his 2nd crash where his ride usually sits.


AKA the "Rock" position. :lol:


A 24" in the original position puts the bell at the end of your elbow (in terms of reach).
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Re: Vinnie signs deal with Paiste.

Postby Niles » Thu Apr 12, 2012 2:40 pm

Joe Nocella wrote:
langmick wrote:
He's not using Rudes, but it looks like Vinnie is positioning his ride in the Copeland position, moving his 2nd crash where his ride usually sits.


AKA the "Rock" position. :lol:


That's what I thought! Very rock of him...
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Re: Vinnie signs deal with Paiste.

Postby circh bustom » Thu Apr 12, 2012 3:31 pm

Just out of curiousity, what kind of drummer would you consider Vinnie? If you had to pin it down.

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