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Forum: Drums 01-25-2013, 01:03 AM
Replies: 56
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Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Sonor Gavin Harrison Protean Signature Snare Drum

According to Gavin, that white glitter wasn't a signature drum. It was a reissue of a 90s drum that he used a ton and still does.

This protean drum (although a bit over the top with all the...
Forum: Drums 11-02-2009, 04:42 AM
Replies: 262
Views: 85,997
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: BASS DRUM TUNING

depends on the drum, heads, and your preferences.
Forum: Drums 11-01-2009, 04:43 PM
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Views: 85,997
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: BASS DRUM TUNING

What size is the drum?

Oh, and that head combination isn't that weird, especially if you play jazz.

In general, if you tune the batter up and keep the resonant low, you get punch with low end...
Forum: Drums 10-10-2009, 11:41 PM
Replies: 8
Views: 1,425
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: YMCA 12x9? sing damnit sing!

there is always a problem tom in a mass produced kit. my dads tama has a quirky 12" and my 14" tama is the funny one of the group.

I do second the above tip to take it for a walk around your...
Forum: Drums 10-10-2009, 11:11 PM
Replies: 13
Views: 1,899
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Danny Carey snare? Something else?

Don't just run to any metal drum. If you want that sound, you need a THICK bronze shell (emphasis on thick). The bronze has a darker sound than brass (which just sounds thin and cheap to my ears)...
Forum: Drums 08-11-2009, 07:44 PM
Replies: 262
Views: 85,997
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: BASS DRUM TUNING

If the head isn't ported, you will get more rebound. If the head is ported, the beater will be more disposed to wait for the spring on the pedal to pull it back since the air has an easier time...
Forum: Drums 06-30-2009, 08:48 PM
Replies: 67
Views: 7,704
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Custom snare?

Dude, i just saw a few of your kingofdrumming videos and the 805 snare is almost perfect. If you just didnt muffle the hell out of it, it would crack quite a bit.
Forum: Drums 06-29-2009, 05:27 AM
Replies: 1
Views: 1,142
Posted By ZDrums24
Shell thickness on old (1920s) Black Beauties

I am curious if the older metal drums (the famed black beauties in particular) had a different shell shape than modern drums. I know alot has changed over the last century in drum construction (and...
Forum: Drums 06-29-2009, 05:04 AM
Replies: 67
Views: 7,704
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Custom snare?

may I address something here?

You are 15. I am 21 (11 years playing), so I have a little more experience, but am still pretty much just figuring the drum world out and I am close enough to that...
Forum: Drummers 04-12-2009, 07:15 AM
Replies: 6,277
Views: 1,487,056
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Gavin Harrison here!

I second fox. There are few things in the world capable of sustaining more damage than an iron cobra. maybe military grade hummer....
Forum: Drummers 06-24-2008, 03:33 PM
Replies: 6,277
Views: 1,487,056
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Gavin Harrison here!

There is a nice little thread search in Gavin's signiture. It narrows down the 71 pages.
Forum: Drummers 06-11-2008, 05:13 AM
Replies: 6,277
Views: 1,487,056
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Gavin Harrison here!

sorry, butting in again.

french for speed? i have never really thought french was particularly good for any technical advantage (though there are as many ways to play as there are drummers). I...
Forum: Drummers 05-14-2008, 12:25 AM
Replies: 6,277
Views: 1,487,056
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Gavin Harrison here!

I'm not Gavin, but as a drummer who gigs quite a bit (and as a music education major), I have a hopefully viable opinion on this topic. Basically, reading notes is like reading any written language....
Forum: Drummers 05-09-2008, 09:17 PM
Replies: 6,277
Views: 1,487,056
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Gavin Harrison here!

I asked this question a while back. He cuts off the 2 outside wires on either side of the unit.
A 16 set is pretty wide compared to an 8. It would make more sense to cut down a set of 12, but I...
Forum: Drummers 05-06-2008, 02:05 PM
Replies: 6,277
Views: 1,487,056
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Gavin Harrison here!

I can't see them well (imageshack won't let me see it outside this forum...), but they make some great products out there like what you are describing, the most well known of them being moongel.
...
Forum: Drummers 04-21-2008, 05:34 AM
Replies: 6,277
Views: 1,487,056
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Gavin Harrison here!

Do you have the maples, Bubinga, BB, or birch drums?

I have the birch starclassic performers. I am having a lot of luck with coated evans g2s on top and g1s on bottom. Tama's drums in general...
Forum: Drummers 04-18-2008, 12:05 AM
Replies: 6,277
Views: 1,487,056
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Gavin Harrison here!

I have an 18, and though I have looked into converting it into a bass drum, i really feel that if you want a space efficient kit that can play all kinds of music, id go 10/12 rack toms with 14/16...
Forum: Drummers 04-08-2008, 09:57 PM
Replies: 6,277
Views: 1,487,056
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Gavin Harrison here!

I know I'm not gavin, but I have a little insight seeing as I had to make a similar decision with my current kit. My answer is as follows:

Go hit some drums. No amount of talk and speculation...
Forum: Drummers 04-06-2008, 05:41 PM
Replies: 6,277
Views: 1,487,056
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Gavin Harrison here!

Hello,
I want to revisit the bearing edge discussion from a while back because I am planning out a couple of snare drum builds (potentially with rounded edges). do your drums typically have a...
Forum: Drummers 03-01-2008, 05:19 AM
Replies: 6,277
Views: 1,487,056
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Gavin Harrison here!

I will back gavin with his statement that only you can answer this question, but being a music ed major over here in the states, I can help out a little possibly.

To be an music ed major (at least...
Forum: Drummers 02-25-2008, 12:04 AM
Replies: 6,277
Views: 1,487,056
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Gavin Harrison here!

I've come across a ton of odd subdivisions in my orchestral snare studies and the way I have been taught is to not count all the notes, but to be aware of your hands. You feel the down beats and,...
Forum: Drums 02-23-2008, 04:06 AM
Replies: 262
Views: 85,997
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: BASS DRUM TUNING

It really does. my problem is that almost every suggestion I have for helping your gain more rebound from the drum is the opposite of what I want short of tightening the batter a little. I need a...
Forum: Drums 02-22-2008, 05:25 PM
Replies: 1,967
Views: 499,931
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: Yamaha Drums

Any of you yammie nuts tried their concert snares? their rosewood stave snare in particular?
What were your thoughts?

I'm just curious because pearl makes ply wood rosewood concert snares, but...
Forum: Drums 02-22-2008, 03:15 AM
Replies: 262
Views: 85,997
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: BASS DRUM TUNING

In my experience, a tighter batter head gives you more beater rebound, which translates into the footboard coming back up into playing position quicker.

Also, I find a solid front head gives you...
Forum: Drums 02-04-2008, 10:15 PM
Replies: 262
Views: 85,997
Posted By ZDrums24
Re: BASS DRUM TUNING

Triggers are sensors on the head that are hooked to a 'brain.' They essentially turn your acoustic kit into an electric kit (or just add some new, unnatural sounds to the mix).

The Drum Tuning...
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