If "bad" means "short sustain", what about some Abbey Road? JK.
Some early Who, Cream, etc., etc. have incredibly narrow-banded and distorted drum sounds. Listen to Substitute, My Generation etc. and frankly the drums sound like a mush. Incredible how Keith managed to tune and play through THAT.
Sorry for my verbose postings today, but I've noticed another interesting phenomenon. I've bought a new Remo coated Ambassador head. I think it's the best coated Remo I've had ever! The coating is thick matte white, similar to a Vintage Ambassador I bought last year (I used to believe the VAs...
Can't believe they are still in stock and being sold at dealers after 5 years of being officially discontinued. I've heard rumours that they are still secretly being made at the Ludwig plant! Any caveats? I'm eyeing on a Centennial Zep set in silver sparkle, but may not really pull the trigger.
I remembered new hoops tuned up pretty well, but then I thought I could tune up fine with the old hoops too and switched back... shouldn't have. :silent:
I've not yet checked the edges strictly but they look fine from the outside. Probably explains why it cost me almost $1,000!
I think some people that uses a marching snare as a (talk about PHAT) main snare might chime in. Otherwise the 40s style cradle/basket stand might work? I suppose you might also be able to use a multi-clamp and attach the snare basket horizontally to the tripod base.
Technically I've never sold my acoustic kit, e-kit, any snare, but my Ludwig Legacy, I'll probably keep it till I die! Then I'll probably give it to my most trusted/promising drummer friend I'll've known by then (that's if they still play drums in say 2090 heh). :wink:
Oops, just remembered, I...