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Toss Panos is a drummer that comes to mind on this subject. He's way greasier, more NOLA-influenced now than early on. Based on his I'd Hit That interview, it was a decision based on how he wanted to sound... the feeling he wanted to communicate with his playing.
I just use a music stand to the left of my hi hat. Almost all of my fakebooks are in iBooks as well, so it kind of suits the purpose. I tried the DW iPad mount (which I think is now discontinued) and it was sort of handy to be able to put it on a cymbal arm, but I came to the conclusion that it was ...
Sorry, I couldn't resist. Nothing has changed with the American made shells. Same Keller made stuff, finished in South Carolina. I got the joke... and it's a fair shot, since I'd agree there's probably way too much marketing noise about drums today. It's just that DW's "corporate acquisition s...
Paul Marangoni wrote:bensdrums wrote:just curious if anybody knows what the real deal is.
They're being made by descendents of Vikings in Newfoundland now.
Somehow I knew I'd regret asking this question here.
[youtube_https:7g5s8smk]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qu7_iau8b7Q[/youtube_https:7g5s8smk] Does anybody know what the real deal is with Gretsch now? As in, is DW making their shells? I know Hal Leonard and DW recently came to an agreement on distribution rights, but is Gretsch still making the hi...
Cool breakdown of simple concepts and thinking in melodies and "shapes" versus patterns and exercises. The whole thing is available at PASIC's website but I haven't checked into it yet.
Paint the World, Time Warp, (Chick) and Another Standard (Bob Berg) are my favorites to listen to when it comes to Gary Novak. There's a lot of pretty phenomenal playing and musicianship on those records. Was looking at Novak's AllMusic credits... he has a bass credit on Weckl's Heads Up record--? S...
- Sat Dec 31, 2016 5:27 am
- Forum: Drumming Chat
- Topic: VINNIE - The thread about Colaiuta
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The one I meant is at 4:22, same link. It's a different fill too, though. I just remembered it as being one of the few things I liked about that record... it's not Tom Scott's best work.