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+Donny 07-08-2002 11:53 AM

i definitely would like a bigger set and it is better to perform with (unless you have some wierd phobia of it or simply cant play with a big one). However, I find that it is good practice to reduce the size to force yourself to be more creative with what you have. That way you will discover new sounds and new rythms that you can use on a big set. It will make your big set sound better when you perform. Its sort of like playing on a pillow to play faster and harder on real drums. You wont do it at a performance, but when you perform, you will sound better because of it.

Adam 07-10-2002 12:27 AM

This is the ultimate drum set.

Owned by Danny Carey of Tool (the best drummer alive).

Adam 07-10-2002 12:28 AM

Here is another pic:

dunny96 07-11-2002 11:41 PM

my drum set
 
i thought i had already responded to this but apparently not...so here is my meager set

5 peice pearl export (which i absolutely cannot stand but cannot afford to get a new kit)

3 roto toms
2 cow bells
2 jam blocks
1 rack mounted lp tambourine

12" avedis recording hats
14" avedis hats
10" AA sabian splash
13" avedis thin crash
16" avedis crash
17" avedis medium thin crash
20" K custom dry ride (this is the greatest ride cymbal i have ever played)

Tama Iron cobra power glide double pedal

Vic firth peter erskine signature sticks
Vic firth brushes
pro mark hot rods and lightening rods

well thats it

happy drumming

Veda Leben 07-13-2002 08:11 PM

Danny Carey eh? He's good, I'd hardly call him the best alive. To suggest this claim is to be ignorant of other musicians. Or, musically illiterate. I don't accuse you of any of these, but my standpoint is this, He's not the best alive.

+Donny 07-19-2002 12:05 AM

ill agree. Is Buddy Rich still alive?

Unregistered 07-19-2002 01:02 PM

No, he's pretty dead :-(

Adam 07-21-2002 02:54 PM

Quote:

Danny Carey eh? He's good, I'd hardly call him the best alive. To suggest this claim is to be ignorant of other musicians. Or, musically illiterate. I don't accuse you of any of these, but my standpoint is this, He's not the best alive.
Um, okay. Perhaps if you told me who was better I would understand. Thanks.

+Donny 07-21-2002 04:27 PM

buddy rich WAS better...

Insane Drummer 07-21-2002 10:19 PM

buddy died 15 years ago........

Veda Leben 07-22-2002 02:37 PM

Just a few names...

Dennis Chambers
Mike Portnoy
Terry Bozzio
Virgil Donati

I'll be the first to say that Danny Carey kicks ***, but he's not the best. :(

+Donny 07-22-2002 07:58 PM

who are those guys? (i know Portnoy)

Insane Drummer 07-23-2002 10:10 AM

you don't know those guys.. i have only heard a few but i have heard of all of um... i really wanna hear some bozzio stuff...

Veda Leben 07-23-2002 11:55 PM

Actually, I attended a Terry Bozzio drum clinic...'twas very fun! His set was unnescesarily large ;-)

Insane Drummer 07-25-2002 08:15 AM

ah dude that had to of rocked...


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