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I'd guess the old A hi-hats. Seems Mike has been playing modern cymbals?
Those are Zilco hats. The change is that I am using Yellow Jacket brushes instead of my go-to brushes, Ed Thigpen signature model. I switched to the Yellow Jacket model because they have very light gauge wires and the guitarist/vocalist wanted something very light.
 

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Those are Zilco hats. The change is that I am using Yellow Jacket brushes instead of my go-to brushes, Ed Thigpen signature model. I switched to the Yellow Jacket model because they have very light gauge wires and the guitarist/vocalist wanted something very light.
It's a considerate bandmate that plays brushes for his singer, and an even greater gentleman who will get even lighter brushes for his singer....
 

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In normaller times one of my gigs is a little rock n' roll trio. The bassist from this combo was lent a nice, upscale Irish pub to use for jamming purposes. We went and jammed for a few hours yesterday & are probably going to do some form of video stream eventually. Here's the 'Mini Classic' Ludwigs (or should I say 'Downerbeat') with '64 SS. Hadn't hauled gear in a while, so I kept things nice & light!
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In normaller times one of my gigs is a little rock n' roll trio. The bassist from this combo was lent a nice, upscale Irish pub to use for jamming purposes. We went and jammed for a few hours yesterday & are probably going to do some form of video stream eventually. Here's the 'Mini Classic' Ludwigs (or should I say 'Downerbeat') with '64 SS. Hadn't hauled gear in a while, so I kept things nice & light!
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16" bass drum?
 

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In normaller times one of my gigs is a little rock n' roll trio. The bassist from this combo was lent a nice, upscale Irish pub to use for jamming purposes. We went and jammed for a few hours yesterday & are probably going to do some form of video stream eventually. Here's the 'Mini Classic' Ludwigs (or should I say 'Downerbeat') with '64 SS. Hadn't hauled gear in a while, so I kept things nice & light!
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Lord, since they can’t all hear me at once, please thank the Irish for their pubs.
Signed, Curtis
 


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