There are a couple nice ones here: https://www.chbodrums.comI feel bad for hijacking this thread....but....I wonder where all those mint Camco kits are these days? In the closets of grumpy old drummers? Japan? I chatted once with a collector on this forum...he told me that, since the prices on Camcos had come down, he would never sell until it goes way back up. I guess they are being held like stocks?
I love the aesthetic of these videos. Sort of hostage video meets Eraserhead.Like Father Like Son..
SEE COMMENTS FROM STEVE BELOW. Here is a used vintage Gretsch Round Badge Bop kit, 14x18"/14x14"/8x12"/5.5x14" in red sparkle. These drums have their original bearing edges and hardware. The rail consolette adjusts fairly smoothly for the age of the drums. They have been professionally re-wrapped...reverb.com
Hmmm... I always wish he would give us just individual sample-like hits on each drum, before starts rolling on them at high speed. Don't see why he couldn't/shouldn't do both. Hitting each drum once or twice would take under 10 seconds, and give us better idea of their sound.I,d say he is working very hard on demos. He knows how to tune them properly to get the most out of the drum and shows their range. He has very fast hands and plays like the great drummers from the era the drums were made. Its a win/win situation. Can you imagine what the demo would sound like if some stiff wristed, all arms,2b,stick playing, rock clown sat down and played INDAGODADAVIDA on that kit?