I have the INDe on my 13 Legacy maple tom. It resonates far more than either a rims type mount or the snare stand I had been using. Easy to install and a nicer look, however the key is that the tom SOUNDS better.
Have it as well, and it sucks. I have an appointment next week at the UCSF tinnitus clinic to see if any treatments exist that can improve things since there is no cure. At times I think the constant hissing is going to drive me nuts.
I have a 3200 sq ft house with a two car garage and a storage shed. I still only have one kit (four drums), hardware and cymbals. Worked for me for 52 years of drumming. No need for me to clutter things up.
It's a 22x16 Lud Legacy maple with a ported reso head. Looking for vintage-y thump. Play pretty varied styles of music. Rock, blues, country, folk, Basic cover band stuff. I use sennheiser 604's on my snare/toms.
Hi All, is there any consensus as to the "best" (if there is such a thing) mic for a BD for live shows? I have been using an old Shure but was hoping to find another good sounding mic that is less bulky to mount onto my hoop with a goose neck holder. The Shure is way too heavy.
Sorry if this is a real stupid question, but I have little experience with live micing (other than sound guys doing it). I have mics for my snare, toms and bd that typically all run into whatever PA/mixer stuff is around. My question: is there a small device/mixer/box that I can plug this stuff...