Mentioned by Lynch in [this May 2008 *Modern Drummer Magazine* interview](https://www.thepettyarchives.com/archives/magazines/2000s/2008-05-moderndrummer). It is visible under Lynch's snare. > "This is one of my vintage Tama kits, circa the late 1970s," Stan Lynch says. "It was used on almost every Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers session I did, as well as on recordings by Bob Dylan, Jackson Browne, Don Henley, John Mellencamp, Aretha Franklin, The Eurythmics, Brian Wilson, Roger McGuinn, Stevie Nicks, Del Shannon, T-Bone Burnett, The Byrds, Belinda Carlisle, Freedy Johnston, and many others. > > "It features a 14x24 kick, 8x12 and 9x13 rack toms, and a 16x16 floor tom. As for the snare drums, at that time I used a 6½x14 Ludwig Black Beauty, 5x14 and 6½x14 Ludwig Supraphonics, and a 5x14 Ludwig Acrolite. Not shown, but included with this kit, were 6x6, 8x8, and 10x14 tom-toms. > > "Besides the drums, I have always used Zildjian cymbals, Pro-Mark drumsticks, Remo heads, and DW pedals."more
I can't say enough about the 5,000 series kick pedals. They're super smooth, with just the right amount of versatility in tension. I will forever prefer this series over the more expensive, "higher regarded" 9,000 series! The only reason that this pedal doesn't get a 5 star rating from me is because I've had the heel piece break on me several times. An easy and cheap replacement, but still extremely frustrating.