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Old 06-04-2007, 09:15 PM
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Default Re: why do 99% drummers live use coated?

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Originally Posted by Paiste 2002 View Post
Seems to me that almost every drummer either uses Pinstripes, Ambassador Clears, or some kind of clear Evans or Aquarian. I can't think of even one drummer off-hand that uses coated heads on their toms or kicks.

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ME! haha no ummm....John Bonham, Steve Jordan, stanton moore.
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Old 06-07-2007, 03:14 PM
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Default Re: why do 99% drummers live use coated?

I'm not a Bohnam expert, but most of the pictures i see of his kit have power dot heads (the ones with the big ass black dot in the center).

as many have said, the title of this thread is a massive exageration in my experience. I see far more clears than i do coated heads for toms out there on the professional and intermediate scenes. Most beginners Ive been around use clears as well, but i think thats just because the drums came with them. I have often wondered, being that i prefer coated, why more drummers dont use them. Ive concluded that they are just more versitile to most people's ears, but i wouldnt fight someone over this statement.
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