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Old 09-14-2006, 09:49 PM
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Hey man I was at the buffalo show a few days ago and let me tell you you do an amazing job with those drums. Tommy sounded great. as for the rest of the band..ehh Vince has got to fix his voice but thats not your problem, but yea I saw you lol...Keep up the good work bro. Il see ya again in January with Supernova :)
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Old 09-29-2006, 08:07 PM
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Hey Steve...
PM and a package on the way. Drop me a line when you can...Thanks.

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Old 10-01-2006, 02:06 AM
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Tommy's Kit from the current Aerosmith tour... I'm going tonight, can't wait!

Man that kit is insane. the riser is killer too. i wish i could make the show

does anyone have more pics of this kit???
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Old 10-05-2006, 04:52 PM
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Wow cool thread.
Does Tommy play live to a click?
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Old 10-21-2006, 03:34 AM
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hey steve, im new to the thread and lovin it. I saw the show last time CRUE came to Calgary Canada and thought it was the best. Iv tried to get tickets for the upcoming december 11 show with Aerosmith but cant get a hold of any for a reasonable price. any ideas for what i can do, and will you guys be making a dvd for the tour.
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Old 12-09-2006, 10:27 AM
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Hey steve are you comming down to NZ with Tommy on the Supernova tour?

If so have you started working on his setup yet, anything different from the Motley Crue one?

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Old 01-11-2007, 05:51 PM
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Man that kit is insane. the riser is killer too. i wish i could make the show

does anyone have more pics of this kit???
I'll post a bunch of better pics. That pic was before the kit was done. I have some killer Supernova kit pics too. They'll be up soon!

And yes Tommy plays to a click, sometimes.
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Old 01-11-2007, 05:54 PM
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Hey steve are you comming down to NZ with Tommy on the Supernova tour?

If so have you started working on his setup yet, anything different from the Motley Crue one?

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Yes! I'll be there. We just finished up pre-production rehearsals for the tour today. The kit is looking pretty killer. It's a bit a different than the Motley kit.
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Old 01-12-2007, 02:34 AM
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Sounds good, looking forward to seeing it.

I hope the sound is better than @ Tenaciuos D last night in AKL, will you guys be bringing your own crew and sound lighting etc?

Seems to be an area that could be improved compared with what i am used to in London....... perhaps it's the venues.
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Old 01-14-2007, 04:36 AM
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We ended up naming this one the "Dog In A Blender" kit...

Remo Heads(top/btm): Snare-EmporerX/Hazy Amb Snare; Toms-Clr Pinstripe/clear or smooth white Ambassador; 26" Kick-Coated Powerstoke 3/Ebony Ambassador resonant w/mic port(muffling: pillow lightly touching both heads); 32" Kick-Smooth White Ambassador/Ebony Ambassdaor resonant w/mic port(no muffling)

We're also using Puresound 30-strand snares; Vater Slicknuts & Stick Holders

Hey, first off, Thanks for taking questions. Alot of techs dont usualy care about questions, but it seems you have token the time, so thank you. I only have 1 question, Tommy uses Ahead sticks, what do you think about them(or Tommy, if you could)? I am interested on buying them, but i'm scared that they will be to heavy, how long do they last,and how hard are they to control. I use Vic Firth 5b's right now, and they usualy last me 2 months. So im very interested in these.
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Old 01-15-2007, 05:06 PM
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hi steve.

i'm hoping you could ask tommy a question for me.


in the August 1992 issue of modern drummer there was a great and useful article titled: THE 25 GREATEST DRUM RECORDS. because of it i bought steely dan's AJA in a time when i was almost exclusively addicted to AC/DC.
they wrote this article by researching across the industry but in particular they asked some of the top guys for their top ten selections. i'm hoping to do a similar thing here on DW and post the reults in a separate thread eventually.
So if you would be so kind please give us a list of your own top ten (perhaps your current top 10) records/albums. it would be helpful if you identified your favourite out of those and dropped in a line why it is so...but this is not totally necessary. think of it like if you were going to be locked in a remote log cabin for a whole winter, which 10 albums would you take, if 10 were all you could take?

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Old 01-15-2007, 08:11 PM
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hey steve, two questions. one: in a zildjian ad for tommy's new cymbal and stick bags, it was a rear shot of tommy's drums. i noticed that he had a double pedal to his 26" bass, and no pedal on his big bass. does he ever use his 32"? or is it just for show. and the other, does tommy ever have a problem with breaking cymbals with his aheads? obviously not the z customs, but the k's and a customs? thanks.
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Old 01-19-2007, 12:31 AM
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I'll post a bunch of better pics. That pic was before the kit was done. I have some killer Supernova kit pics too. They'll be up soon!

And yes Tommy plays to a click, sometimes.
Thanks man.
I cought one of the last shows here in Minneapolis, the kit looked great, and sounded pretty good when you played it during sound check. Its too bad Crue cut it short though, but the crowd was pretty weak, which sucked because i was really there to see them.

I can't wait to see the Supernova kit when you guys come here. I saw the DRUM! article and it looked pretty killer.
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Old 01-20-2007, 12:40 AM
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STEEVO!!!

Whats happening wth MONTREAL, bud??!!!!

I sent u emails and im still waiting to hear from u dude.
We met at the motreal crue show in december ( the headshave kid)
You said to hit you up for the soundcheck.



Dude I soooo want to hang with u lee and perkins!!!


The show is very soon bro!!! only days away!!!!
And my bday is in about 2 weeks.
Let me know if we can arrange a celebration of some sorts!


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Old 02-23-2007, 01:55 PM
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Hey Steev what up?I was wondering what cymbals tommy useualy breaks and about endorsements.how does his stick/head endorsements work.do you guys order a certain amount of sticks for 1 tour or just monthley supplies if so how many.and do you know what sise's tommys drums were on all the 80's tours and on the girls girls girls kit did you know what heads he had on them?like what series and what shell type?



thanks bro your the best-chris
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Old 02-23-2007, 01:56 PM
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Hey Steev what up?I was wondering what cymbals tommy useualy breaks and about endorsements.how does his stick/head endorsements work.do you guys order a certain amount of sticks for 1 tour or just monthley supplies if so how many.and do you know what sise's tommys drums were on all the 80's tours and on the girls girls girls kit did you know what heads he had on them?like what series and what shell type?



thanks bro-chris
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Old 02-23-2007, 04:57 PM
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Steve, do we know each other? Did you tour with 30 seconds to mars about 4 years ago?
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Old 03-03-2007, 06:02 AM
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I saw motley last november in houston, they kicked major ass. The pyrotechnics were amazing, tommy was amazing, along with the rest of the crue. I have a few questions, do you get to chill at all with the guys from Aerosmith, also how do the guys from aerosmith and motley get along? Concerning his drums does tommy like his setup only having one rack tom, do you ever think he'll have some monster setup with a bunch of toms. Also when i was at the show i noticed that tommy had a ton of stamina he was able to pound out the grooves perfectly with a ton of energy, does he ever get tired?

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P.S. tell tommy the strippers at the houston show were outstanding.
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Old 03-29-2007, 10:07 PM
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Hey there Steevo. (great name by the way) i've been playing for 20 yrs and tommy has always been my biggest influence... hell, first tune i learned to play was "Louder Than Hell" from the theater of pain cd. you've got a ton of knowledge there dude. thanx for all the great pics and stuff. I'm actually workin on forming a motley tribute band. bought a new kit last summer... starclassic maple, 16x26, 10x14, 14x16, 16x18, 8x14 maple snare. it rocks. anyway was wonderin just what does tommy use that 32" kick for? or is it just for show? was thinkin it was for somethin since it's mic'd up. i've attached a pic of my kit from a gig from last month... very similar to his. i've gotten alot of his playing style down... stick spins, poppin sticks off the snare, etc. tribute band should be a great show once it's all together. i'm also using a roland spd-s sampling pad. was a little more economical for samples than a brain and pads and stuff. will keep ya posted on things. if you guys get close to baltimore again, would love to come say hey.

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Old 03-29-2007, 10:36 PM
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i just read through all the posts over the past couple days. AWESOME forum!

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...as I was proofreading this post, Tommy replied to my email with:
"I have no idea bro!!!!"
That's funny stuff, but my best guess would be early 90's or so. I'll call DW on Monday and find out for you!***

I can tell you.... He switch in 1989 and the first show he played with DW was in Moscow and the Music/Peace Fest. This is also the year that he started with the 26" kick... 1 rack tom and 2 floors....

Steevo can back me up here.... I know a bit about Tommy's Gear over the years.... I have been an avid fan of Tommy's since 1983
just wanted to help you get the facts straight. you were correct on all posts on his kits except this one bro. tommy was still using pearl at the moscow peace fest. it was the custom painted kit with the skulls, crue harley style logo, naked chicks, etc. that kit went to the hard rock afterwards. it was in a playboy shoot ("girls of the hard rock hotel and casino" back in 94. (though they set it up all wrong of course) he also used a pearl kit on the dr. feelgood video shoot (that was set on fire) that fall.

also when he switched over to dw to do the feelgood tour in the fall of 89 the kick in that kit was a 28, not a 26.

not tryin to come off like a jerk or anything but when all that was goin on i was submersed in full on crue. lol
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Old 05-15-2007, 04:12 AM
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Anyone got pics of Tommy's mirror ball kit?
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Old 05-15-2007, 04:39 AM
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Anyone got pics of Tommy's mirror ball kit?
Here's one, not that good though.

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Old 07-10-2007, 04:36 AM
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Hey Steve,

Thank you for taking the time to answer fan questions. That's really cool of you. My question that I wanted to ask was more about his Shout at the Devil kit. I know it was talked about a little bit but I was wondering if maybe Tommy himself would or could remember anything about it. What the sizes were? What cymbal sizes? Heads? Anything about it would be cool. On a side note. We saw Crue play in Montreal and St John, NB and Tommy's kit has got to be the best sounding live kit I've ever had the privilege to hear. His kick and the floors were just incredible.

Thanks!!

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Old 09-16-2007, 02:32 AM
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Just saw Tommy Dj the other night, it kicked ass!
And today I found out he quit the Crue again.... check out blabbermouth.net
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Old 09-16-2007, 04:00 AM
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And today I found out he quit the Crue again.... check out blabbermouth.net
It appears that he retracted his resignation ----> http://www.nme.com/news/motley-crue/31122

Just another thing for this most awsome dysfunctional band.
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Old 09-20-2007, 02:31 PM
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Hey Stevo, everything ok? Haven't heard from you since January. I know you're busy and hope it is just that. I'm sure all of us folks are just concerned that you are ok is all. Look forward to hearing from you again!
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Old 10-01-2007, 07:00 AM
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First post to this thread - and hoping Steve is okay (and just very busy)....

Steve,

Hoping that you get to this, I've always been curious how much of Tommy's studio sound is acoustic and how much is sampled. I used to listen to Hooligan's Holiday over and over when it first came out, in awe of his sound - especially his bass drum sound. It's just SICK....especically through the bridge. It's not just the sound itself, but the clarity. When I crank that tune and tweak my audio system's sub, it's as if I'm standing next to his bass drum while he's playing.

Wow....
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Old 10-01-2007, 01:32 PM
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Hoping that you get to this, I've always been curious how much of Tommy's studio sound is acoustic and how much is sampled. I used to listen to Hooligan's Holiday over and over when it first came out, in awe of his sound - especially his bass drum sound. It's just SICK....especically through the bridge. It's not just the sound itself, but the clarity. When I crank that tune and tweak my audio system's sub, it's as if I'm standing next to his bass drum while he's playing.

Wow....
Sick it is! The bass drum sound on that album is in your face. I especially love it on "Babykills."
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Old 10-02-2007, 06:42 AM
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FYI gang, Steve is currently teching for Ginger Fish on the Manson Tour...
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Sick it is! The bass drum sound on that album is in your face. I especially love it on "Babykills."
That too...though I was listening back to the album and his intro in sixteenths to Power To The Music sounds pretty damned sick, too.... :)
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FYI gang, Steve is currently teching for Ginger Fish on the Manson Tour...
Hey Steve,

Thanks heaps for joining this site and giving your time up o fill us in with some great info. But now i like you even better because you are no tech for GINGER FISH, thats amazing, he is my fav drummer ever.....

i wish i signed up here earlier cos i saw the manson tour in australia a few weeks back n if i was on here i couldve got to meet you and maybe see gingers kit....

hope tour is great, can you post his set up and electronics ect.... and give us some idea wat its like doing the manson tour and about ginger playing.....

thanks heaps
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Old 12-08-2007, 12:38 PM
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Hey all, Spoke to steevo via the internet a few days ago and he is extremely busy! I won't give out his e-mail for reasons of him being bombarded with letters, etc....but he is doing great as always and as far as i understand, is going to take some much needed alone time with family and friends over Christmas. I'll let him know to check out some new posts on here next time i talk with him......
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Anyone catch the Crue last night on Jimmy Kimmel? I saw it on Youtube today. Tommy's bass drum had to be 40" in diameter. Just sick.

And to think I'm building my 32" up to do a Crue tribute band.
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Hi, first time here.

I'm not seeing (based on the photos) how the left gigantic kickdrum gets used. Not seeing a pedal attached to it.

Just wondering how it works.
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Hi, first time here.

I'm not seeing (based on the photos) how the left gigantic kickdrum gets used. Not seeing a pedal attached to it.

Just wondering how it works.
there is a single pedal attached to that kickdrum
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Old 07-16-2008, 05:55 PM
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Steve i am going to be in Indy Friday and would love to chat with you for a few minutes.
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SteveO I know you're busy i was wondering why you haven't replied in a while?

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Old 08-30-2008, 12:28 AM
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What type of cymbal stacker does tommy use on his ride to connect his Zil-Bel?
i just got a new zil-bel and need a lower stacker
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Old 09-24-2008, 10:46 PM
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It's just a DW felt cut in half; at least that is how I did it; Viggy might have it a different way.
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Hey guys, I'm back! It's been a long time. Since last on here; I left Tommy in April 2007 to start working with Ginger Fish(Marilyn Manson). I was out all last year on that; now I am freelancing in the L.A. area and have my own band called Grace & Manners. I am still here to answer any and all questions regarding gear. Much love!!!!
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