Many moons ago as a teenager, I used to put those industrial ear plugs in at my factory job and at band practice. The boys in the band used to laugh at me for it.
Now at age 60, the stereo still sounds good to my ears. Those old band mates still like to crank their amps when we get together...
I feel that the regular folks from here on the forum have done a superior job of honoring Neil and Rush. Some of the big celebrity names have not risen to the level of class shown by our members here. It seems Neil's class has influence along with his drumming skills.
I find myself thinking...
When playing "heel-up", I prefer my old Pearl pedals from 1975. (They are probably pretty much junk by today's standards).
When playing "heel-down", I prefer my Tama iron Cobras from 1997, whatever vintage that is. (They are very well made and feel perfect in every way).
I have 6 Roger...
I was wondering if anyone noticed, but during Saturday's divisional playoff games there were bits of Rush songs played during the timeouts and cut-aways to and from commercials.
It was nice to see the respect. I assume this was for Neil. Maybe a network said something that I didn't hear?
I have (3) double bass drum kits and a 4-piece kit; as I like the challenge of making it happen with less at times.
That 4 piece vintage Slingerland kit was purchased a number of years back from a forum member here. One of my favorite purchases of all time.