I just sold a Paiste Sig crash. I felt like I needed to go too low to sell it. Are Paistes a tough sell these days?
Seems like Zildjian and perhaps next Sabian are the first choice for most people in current times. This is only my impression though.
I had a gig today. Used their house kit with their Roc N Soc throne. I’ve played there before, but it had been awhile. I realized today that, while I was playing, I was nearly as comfortable as sitting on my couch. That Roc N Soc is by far the best throne ever. I must have one.
Finally getting back into the saddle after my 2nd child. I have a church gig this weekend. I’ve played there before but it’s been awhile.
The music is fairly diverse and usually ends up being a combination of gospel and modern praise and worship. The drums are behind the glass and mic’d, but...
I know that Ludwig started to replace the P85 at some snares recently. Personally, I don’t have any trouble with the p85. Is it the best? Probably not. Does it work? Yes. I’ve never had it give me problems during any gigs.
What are your thoughts on it?
I have a vintage downbeat snare. Something happened to the throw off and it isn’t working. Not pulling it up or down properly.
I’m sure I’m missing something, but I’m not that familiar with this mechanism. Any ideas?
Seriously thinking of setting up a simple home studio to record drum tracks. What specific gear (as well as software) do you recommend getting for this setup? I’m interested in doing tracks remotely, and not concerned with having a setup for other instruments.