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||Posted - 05/04/2012 : 10:23:37
hi all, just a quick vid taken yesterday, ignore the playing, concentrate on the sound! Kick and snare are bog-standard rehearsal studio ones btw.
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||Posted - 15/08/2012 : 15:55:56
Are you actually trying to emulate Mr. C?
||Posted - 24/07/2012 : 09:47:03
nice one mate.
||Posted - 07/04/2012 : 00:31:31
Ah, interesting - I imagine the Pearl kit to sound a bit harder and more focussed - the Premiers have thinner shells, older vibe altogether and probably more 'boingy' - does this sound right?
||Posted - 06/04/2012 : 23:16:05
Originally posted by jimfisher
Which recording of Pearl drums do you mean?
I meant PC's old Pearl kit from 82/83 that I have, sounds very different to your Premier kit, as I hear it on your recording.
||Posted - 06/04/2012 : 22:02:05
Stands are still a work in progress - combination of an old Premier flat-based double stand, and 2 Sonor 400 double cymbal stands with multi clamps and L arms. It's a bit of a dog's dinner but I'll sort it in time - have a DW 8000 double tom stand coming soon. Which recording of Pearl drums do you mean?
||Posted - 06/04/2012 : 10:38:29
Very nice Jamie, you sorted the stands out then? Which did you use?
Your Premier toms sound very different to the Pearl ones on this recording.
||Posted - 05/04/2012 : 16:36:33
phil was my very first drumming hero. nice one mate. now all you need is a chester and you can do hell of a duet. i love one headed toms. my kit has a timbale tom i made myself. well done.
||Posted - 05/04/2012 : 15:56:03
Oh for god's sake man - it's the wrong way round!
Do you not want these heads now then?
||Posted - 05/04/2012 : 14:21:32
You need your bass drum reso head off mate
Lovely kit btw.