Zak seemed to get a whole lot more screen time than most drummers. Maybe Pete and Roger are too scary to look at anymore...
Haha i just went on right now to ask omg. Nah just kidding but i was wondering where they came from. If they use the aweful Pitch Black formula then why did they sound alright (Except maybe for the hi hats haha)?Must have been the red, white, and blue Zildjians he was playing. I can't wait to see who first asks where they can buy them. I'm sure there will be many threads started on this. Walmart and get some spray paint.
That is the only reason they were painted. They are not a new line I'm sure, but someone will ask. mark my word.
The badges were obviously DW, the lugs were Pacific Platinum series, and i'm sure any drum company would make an acrylic kit for a high profile band especially if they are going to be played at the Superbowl.It was but when they showed some close ups you could slightly see the emblem. But I wasn't aware DW made acrylic drums thou.gh
it was great seeing the drummer for a change, sadly Zak was the most exciting guy on stage!Zak seemed to get a whole lot more screen time than most drummers. Maybe Pete and Roger are too scary to look at anymore...
the cymbals looked good actually, didnt they? and i believe he plays a 22" K Brilliant Crash/Ride, a pair of 21" K Crash/Rides leftside and rightside and then 15" K Light Hats, they sure sounded great!At least the cymbals carried out the theme of the light show around the stage. They looked huge too 22" maybe.
Yeah real mysterious (whooboy!) They only advertised them on the company website. Duh!