Hi guys and girls,
Some may remember me, some have never seen me before but I've been around the DFO block a time or two, LOL.
Very long story short - I played 30 years for fun and nothing more but have had two carpal tunnel surgeries (one on each hand) and in additon to the surgery, my thumbs...
This is a bit older and I know some of you have seen this before but I stumbled across it again this morning. Pretty fascinating stuff with lots of clips and info.
Filming at drumchannel.
This is only the 2nd time he has used his new setup - according to Mike Dolbear he's using a lefty pedal to in order to switch his kick around so that he can bring his toms lower to help improve his posture.
Not for everyone but I dig seeing people trying things like...
December 20, 2010 It is my pleasure to announce that as of today, the world's leading cymbal manufacturer, the Avedis Zildjian Company, will merge with Vic Firth, the global market leader in drumsticks, effective immediately. Both of our New England-based, family-owned...
This is a wasp nest of a question but........to try and keep it as simple as possible:
If I had two snare drums with the same heads, the same snare wires, same material, etc., and the only variable was the shell size, what would be the difference in sound be between these two?
As the title states, I'm looking for a warm small room snare. I don't want cut, crack, slash, ring, I want warm, rich and dry.
What should I look for? It doesn't have to be a name brand, break the bank snare either. Cheap is o.k.