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World's Biggest Drum Kit Takes 14 Hours to Assemble
36 years in the making, it includes 813 individual components, from drums to cowbells and even the World's largest gong, custom-made for RevM by Paiste. If you were to hit one piece of his monster kit at a time it would take an hour.
Mark Temperato, otherwise known as 'RevM', managed to get into the Guinness Book of World Records by proving he could hit every part of it from a seated or standing position, without having to move to the side.
The kit takes 14 ours to assemble and 10 hours to take down, and Temperato uses an 18-wheeler truck to take his mindblowing kit on the road. It's currently kept at the church he works at in Lakeville, New York.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 1 Aug 2013 16:06 to category : Music News
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