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wsabol 11-09-2011 07:39 PM

Steve Jordan bass drum size?
 
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so many bass drum threads..

Anyway, anyone know what size kick Jordan is using at this Crossroads concert with John Mayer Trio? It looks a lot smaller than his normal 24"... or is he that huge? haha

TTNW 11-09-2011 08:05 PM

Re: Steve Jordan bass drum size?
 
I think it's a 20. When he plays his 24, he sometimes has an 18 to the left.

Sometimes he sets up two kits and goes back and forth between the two.

Doctor Dirt 11-09-2011 08:10 PM

Re: Steve Jordan bass drum size?
 
Looks like a 12/14/20set up. Your standard all purpose drum sizes. Doc

diegobxr 11-09-2011 09:35 PM

Re: Steve Jordan bass drum size?
 
Yeah, looks like a 20" to me too. He also sets up a secondary kit on his left, with some bigger hats, a ride, snare and a sort of small diameter cannon-like bass drum. (a 16"x20" maybe?) I thought your thread was about that one!!! hehe.

Awesome player. Pure groove.

Steve Jordan + Pino Palladino = Probably the best possible rhythm section. Any guitarist's heaven.

wsabol 11-10-2011 02:14 AM

Re: Steve Jordan bass drum size?
 
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Originally Posted by diegobxr (Post 911712)
Yeah, looks like a 20" to me too. He also sets up a secondary kit on his left, with some bigger hats, a ride, snare and a sort of small diameter cannon-like bass drum. (a 16"x20" maybe?) I thought your thread was about that one!!! hehe.

Awesome player. Pure groove.

Steve Jordan + Pino Palladino = Probably the best possible rhythm section. Any guitarist's heaven.

Yea, that one is pretty crazy. Its a 12"x22" DAXDAD by yamaha. But normally his main is a 24". Then after watching this video for the 300th time I noticed that #1 I loved the kick sound, and #2 it wasn't a 24, so I threaded it up.


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