Looks like I'm going to be the odd man out here.
The short answer is "yes" (IMO) - you should change your reso heads.
For me, I notice a much more even tone and ease of tuning with fresh reso heads.
So, I change mine 3 or 4 times a year.
Thanks for listening Bob.
Actually these tracks were recorded in our keyboard players basement studio and I played his very old Premier drums with close-to-dead heads on them - which is why the toms sound a bit high-pitched and flappy (IMO). We did the tracks live, with the exception of the...
IMO Live BPM, or any other tempo tracking devices, are learning tools.
My thoughts are that you should do your learning when you practice - not on a live gig.
Using a metronome/click-track consistently while you practice (different than rehearsing with a band) will help you lock in your internal...
Here are a few that some of you might enjoy:
I'm selling one of my 6.5x14 2N Aluminum Modeling snare drums (I have two).
This is a fantastic drum and is in MINT condition with only a few stick marks on the original batter head.
These drums sell for $795 at Sweetwater, Memphis Drum Shop, eBay, etc.
Click here for the listing on...
I thought I'd share this with all of you eDrum enthusiasts.
I just turned my old TrueTone snare drum (from the 1st drum set I ever got when I was in 6th grade) into a very nice trigger pad using a Helensson ITM2 Trigger Module and a mesh head.
It responds great and the Helensson has built in...
I was at the concert on Friday. Both Steve and Chick were given honorary doctorate degrees.
After he was given the degree, Steve was so overwhelmed, he found it difficult to talk.
The concert that followed was incredible.