I suggest that your narrow view has a narrow relevance here. Considering the number of Beatles and Ringo fans here I think there may be other opinions that carry more weight in this particular thread.no
to Ringo's early 60s color No.
doesn't do anything for me
Back off? Why? This is a forum.you know what Mike you don't know me so just back off; sorry I ever responded in one of your threads. Have a Nice week.
Because they want it. Simple as that. Same reason people buy chocolate ice cream.what kind of drummer buys a set (or pays a premium) because it was (one of) Ringo's color? Explain to a jazz/fusion guy.
is there any rational reason (same goes for Tony Williams color Yellow)
I question their " skill"
You miss the larger picture - it's also entertainment and sometimes there is a visual aspect that adds to the total experience.
you must also think quite a few have $3500 for a used old fashioned drum set.I suggest that your narrow view has a narrow relevance here. Considering the number of Beatles and Ringo fans here I think there may be other opinions that carry more weight in this particular thread.
What’s wrong with the sizes?you must also think quite a few have $3500 for a used old fashioned drum set.
I don't. Rubs me as kinda obscene actually. So, I must be really "missing" that picture and I'll take the narrow view on it.
$3500 is still a car to me . And those sizes belong with and in the past. So where some may see dream I see in many respects a nightmare a narrow nightmare a narrow looking nightmare
Other than that
So North or Staccato?they been around a long time not very adventurous
but If ok for you fine/
kinda been milked - by Don Brewer etc- by the 70s- years ago.
not that adventurous to me +/- or been done; conventional;
I like something a little more adventurous; expansive; future forward-looking-