Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by will33, Nov 8, 2012.
Wow, someone is REALLY behind on their house payment..... I mean you could just sell your house and live in the drum instead.
" THERE IS 3 BASS DRUMS, 2 SNARE DRUMS, 4 ROTO TOMS, 5 RIDE TOMS, 2 FLOOR TOMS, DOUBLE CHIMES, 5 PLASTIC WOOD BLOCKS, 8 ZILDJIAN CYMBALS PLUS THE 2 HI-HATS. "
Dang! And what happens next month ...sell a kid?
I'm thinking those dual LS cabs would make a pretty sweet bass rig....especially when you put 'em in the corners like that and aim them both at your head.
GAS. blinded by want. damn the responsibility of owning a home. i figured i could just spend all of my money filling my house up with crap i can't afford....
Why would you ever need a triple bass drum kit? When would that ever be necessary? What b*stard child metal sub-genre offshoot did this guy play to require three kick drums?
That must really be loud in that small room
Anybody recognize the drummer in the poster sitting on the floor? Judging by the kit, I'd say it almost has to be Neal Peart.
Quantity over quality. Maybe he's selling it all because he can't hear anything anymore.
It's very unbalanced. I think he needs a fourth bass drum.
I've seen folks could play circles around this guy with a trap kit.
And I don't have to hear him play to know that.
Those kinds of decisions may have something to do with not having money to pay your rent
Around here we have an affectionate term for guitarists = "gui****s"
I say we create one for guys like this = "Drumbers"
I do know a guy who uses 3 bass drums, but his approach is 'his double bass set' and 'his single bass set', both tuned radically different. It must work for him, he get a lot of work around here. Plus he also has a cocktail set I seen him use.
A band I was in once auditioned a guy that brought a kit like this. Took him an hour to set it up, just to show us he couldn't keep time.
I use dual LS cabs just like those. They sound great as long as you're careful with the horns.
I'd hold out for a set of CB700's from the 1830's.
Sorry, a bit off topic ..... my son's current tour setup. The best part? Didn't cost him a cent, it was provided by the tour company
Back to the original topic.
^ and what's your point?