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Old 03-22-2007, 07:44 PM
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While I thikn Carters stuff is really really cool ....and very innovative,....I've found that a lot of his grooves are very similar in tunes.....Ants Marching, Tripping Billies, Stay, 41....that's the only thing that bothers me about his playing.

He has that ...hesitation / stutter type groove ...which is cool and can be nice, but not in too many tunes...

Just my .02 ....dont' get all worked up Carter fans, ...not a bash,......just my perception of what he does ...AGAIN...I think he's amazing,....but ........
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Old 09-18-2007, 06:34 AM
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I love Carter Beauford, but it seems that when ever he solo's he ALWAYS falls back on the four stroke roll, i.e. RLRL on the snare then RLRL on the tom (i guess it'd be LRLR for him though!) or some variation. Look at the ending of Ants Marching, the ending of Two Step (live at least, and in this circumstance it fits perfectly with the pattern being played by the band). Obviously that pattern is not even close to all he plays, but it just seems like a fall back for him, something very easy for him to play without having to constantly be creative. Not that he isn't creative, I mean his ride/hi-hat/snare interaction stuff is AWESOME, I just wish he would stretch out a bit more. But then again he's a millionaire and I'm living with my parents, so what do I know! :)
Yeah, if i had a choice between playing that Billy Cobham lick every night or living with the rents, you'd know where i'd be =P

I've been listening and playing carter's stuff for about 11 years now, he totally changed and reshaped my playing style, and that lick is one that for me, and i'm sure for him, is a BLAST to play! That has to be why he does it so much. Trust me, take that lick all the way down your toms sometime, you'll be grinning ear-to-ear!

Oh wow, gotta check the dates on these posts! Sorry!

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Old 09-25-2007, 11:19 AM
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I see this thread is old but I just gotta get down my favorite things about his playing. Cuz its so deep, colorful, and controlled.

-Open handed playing
-Hard hitting bass drum foot and solid on all 1/16ths
-Great phrasing, odd-time playing, and ability to turn beat upside-down or inside-out.
-Awesome high hat work: he hits a solid, and pocky backbeat on the snare but inbetween ghosts so many snare notes and does so many high hat licks or fills wherever but he can keep them all quiet between those backbeats
-His drum and cymbal sounds and set-up
-His stage presence, chewing gum, and good backup vocals
-Great dynamics
-His left foot working DBL bass pedal AND HH pedal (which he said he got from Chambers)
-His playing on Rapunzel


OK I can see that's a lot of favorites but he's such an inspiration...

...on the other hand I do agree with:

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While I thikn Carters stuff is really really cool ....and very innovative,....I've found that a lot of his grooves are very similar in tunes.....Ants Marching, Tripping Billies, Stay, 41....that's the only thing that bothers me about his playing.
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Old 09-25-2007, 01:55 PM
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-His playing on Rapunzel
That's a hard song to nail down right there.
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Old 10-11-2007, 09:38 PM
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Carter is definitely one of my all time favorite drummers. Not necessarily the absolute most technical, but he is so musical and different and that is the name of the game. There is another drummer I've discovered that has a very similar style, almost scary, and you can find him here on the drummerworld site to check out. He's relatively unknown. His name is Gavin Harrison. He's just like Carter.......unbelievable. Also checkout someone who is not unknown....Vinnie Colaiuta.
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Old 10-11-2007, 09:50 PM
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He's relatively unknown. His name is Gavin Harrison. He's just like Carter.......unbelievable.
He is not relatively unknown here my friend. He is a member of this forum. Just look under the drummer section.. his thread is at the top, and he responds to it regularly.

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Old 10-11-2007, 10:05 PM
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Wow. I didn't know that. By "relatively unknown”, what I meant was the general population of drummers, or so it seems. His band "Porcupine Tree" is playing here in Raleigh tonight. I'm going to try my best to go see him. He's absolutely insanely good. His technique is great and he's so relaxed but blazing. Incredible. I'd love to get a lesson from him but in reality I couldn't even carry his stick bag. Although I'd love to.
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I like his style of jamming with Dave Matthews band it's really kool!
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Old 11-25-2007, 10:11 PM
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Trying to guess what Carter's cymbal set up is, is really hard! Yeah sure there's diagrams on google and zildjian.com has got his set up laid out for you to see and hear, but the thing with Carter is that he changes his cymbals quite regularly. For example if you watch the Under The Table and Drumming DVD, he's using Z Custom hats (at least on top anyway) and I always though Z's were crap! Anyway's I just thought I'd say, Carter's always experimenting with his sound and seems to change a few if not almost all of his cymbals each tour!

He owns, end of!
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Old 11-25-2007, 10:22 PM
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he needs to lay off the coke
He needs to go live on mars by himself....
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Old 01-16-2008, 03:24 AM
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For setups I have noticed that he definately changes some of his cymbals for every tour (which would be every year). That guy looking for his Hi-Hats this past tour he was using 13.25 Hybrids.
As for trying to find most up to date setups I wouldn't trust the "Brands" website as I am sure they will say "such and such artist uses all this gear from us" when in reality they might have purchased it from this brand but they arent for sure using it.

I have found that the most up to date and accurate (to the tours) listing of what he uses can be found at the dmband.com

But don't think that that list is 100% accurate either as I have seen him change things from show to show (this last summer they played twice here and he made a few changes the second night) It's also cool to see drummers with endorsments using prototypes. For instance we saw him trying those new EFX cymbals from Zildjian before they came out, and nothing like a live performance to hear how they sound.
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Old 01-16-2008, 03:27 AM
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For anyone keeping up on this thread, and interested in some more samples I suggest of course Central Park concert if you haven't already. But more recently Live at Piedmont Park is very good I have hardly listened to any other CD since I got it.
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Old 01-16-2008, 04:50 AM
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For setups I have noticed that he definately changes some of his cymbals for every tour (which would be every year). That guy looking for his Hi-Hats this past tour he was using 13.25 Hybrids.
As for trying to find most up to date setups I wouldn't trust the "Brands" website as I am sure they will say "such and such artist uses all this gear from us" when in reality they might have purchased it from this brand but they arent for sure using it.

I have found that the most up to date and accurate (to the tours) listing of what he uses can be found at the dmband.com

But don't think that that list is 100% accurate either as I have seen him change things from show to show (this last summer they played twice here and he made a few changes the second night) It's also cool to see drummers with endorsments using prototypes. For instance we saw him trying those new EFX cymbals from Zildjian before they came out, and nothing like a live performance to hear how they sound.
Carter indeed does switch cymbals every tour, sometimes every night.

The 2007 Tour, he actually used 13" K Custom Darks, and 13" Armands for hats. The 2006 Tour is when he used the 13" Hybrids and 13" K Custom/Z combo.

His new left side china switched between a 19" K Hybrid, 19"K, and 18" Oriental Classic alot during the tour. Eventually, it settled to the 18" Oriental Classic.

He did in fact have that EFX before it came out which was awesome! During the 05 Tour, he was testing out the ZHT EFX before Zildjian introduced it, and it looked exactly like a Sabian Ozone. Carter is my fav. drummer ever!

Justin, aka "BeaufordBuddy", has the best site for Carter's current kit. Beaufordbuddy.com is the website. He is now in charge of updating the kit diagram on the main DMB page.

And, in case you haven't seen it, check out my kit for my Carter replica kit!
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Old 01-21-2008, 07:42 PM
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Gavin Harrison an "unknown" drummer???


while I'm a huge Carter fan and a huge Gavin fan, I'm also genuinely shocked....
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Old 01-26-2008, 09:44 PM
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Sorry to be a bother, but does anyone know for sure if he is right handed or left handed?

I've read this thread and people have said both. Can anyone clarify on what he is naturally?
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Old 01-27-2008, 03:21 AM
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Sorry to be a bother, but does anyone know for sure if he is right handed or left handed?

I've read this thread and people have said both. Can anyone clarify on what he is naturally?
Hey buddy! On the dvd "Under The Table And Drumming" Carter himself spoke of being right handed, but when he watched drummers on tv he set up his kit to mirror them. So, instead of having a traditional right hand set up, he mirrored the tv and ended up with a left hand set up and played that way for many years. Then, he set up his kit right handed and found out he had much more ability and worlds opened up to him traditionally. So, basically he played a lefty kit for years even though he is a righty, then switched to a righty traditional setup and used his lefty strength... "open handed."

In summary, he is right handed. But, by this point its pretty fair to say that he is ambidexterous.
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Old 02-12-2008, 10:50 AM
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Carter Rules! I just got his promark sig sticks recently to try them out. They have a good feel to them. I got the Carter Jersey too, ha ha. He is one of many of my favorite drummers.
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Old 09-01-2008, 07:02 PM
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NOOOO!

lol

Can anyone tell me why and when he switched from Evans heads to skanky Remo heads? lets not start an Evans vs. Remo debate I just want to know why he switched :(
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Old 09-09-2008, 11:51 PM
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Carter switched because he kept going through Evans heads. He had Remo's on his hip kig kit at home and went with them.
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Old 09-12-2008, 08:01 PM
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FWIW, I went to two DMB concerts this summer where he had coated Remo heads on and his drums (the toms in particular) sounded like crap, really dead. The Evans were so much better.
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Old 09-12-2008, 09:48 PM
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. So, instead of having a traditional right hand set up, he mirrored the tv and ended up with a left hand set up and played that way for many years.
Lol, so not the sharpest tool in the box then!
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Old 09-16-2008, 12:06 AM
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FWIW, I went to two DMB concerts this summer where he had coated Remo heads on and his drums (the toms in particular) sounded like crap, really dead. The Evans were so much better.
I have seen DMB on tour since he started using the coated heads and I think they are MUCH better sounding than the clears. They are SO much deeper and warm sounding. But, different strokes for different folks!
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Old 09-26-2008, 09:17 AM
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Lol, so not the sharpest tool in the box then!

True! Though I forgot to mention that he was a little kid back then.. lol.
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Old 10-15-2008, 02:24 AM
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hola soy un baterista argentino y queria que sepas toda mi admiracion, lo mucho que has influido en la musica que toco y tambien como material de estudio, mis saludos y admiracion. Diego
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Old 10-15-2008, 02:39 AM
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Old 11-19-2008, 05:27 PM
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Is there a transcription of, or does anyone know what he does, Carters roll 8:42 minutes into 'Jimi Thing' on the live Chicago CD? I've tried to get it and am not even close. HELP!
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I heard from my teacher (who knows Beauford) that the reason Carter seems like a lefty is that when he was a kid and was inspired to drum from some Buddy Rich videos, he reversed his own set to match what he saw on the screen!
Funny thing there... SRV did the same thing with Hendrix.
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Carter is amazing!! My biggest inspo next to Buddy!
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Recently been listening to alot of DMB. Love their music, and even more so, love Carter Beauford's drumming! Absolutely phenomenal.

Sick hi-hat licks. Btw I have a question which I really need to get answered. When you guys refer to the 4stroke roll lick he does, is it the herta? Or is it the triplet one that goes like 1-trip-let-n-trip-let-2?
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Recently been listening to alot of DMB. Love their music, and even more so, love Carter Beauford's drumming! Absolutely phenomenal.

Sick hi-hat licks. Btw I have a question which I really need to get answered. When you guys refer to the 4stroke roll lick he does, is it the herta? Or is it the triplet one that goes like 1-trip-let-n-trip-let-2?
It's a herta. That's Beauford's "go-to", but he voices it in so many ways it's hard to recognize sometimes.

He poorly refers to it as a 4-stroke roll in his "Under the Table and Drumming" video, but it's forgivable as he performs it perfectly.
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Default Carter switches to Vic Firth Sticks

Hey everyone,

Not sure if all you Carter fans noticed that he switched to using Vic Firth sticks.

Here's the link to the press release. There are a couple of great videos of Carter playing from their fall tour.

http://www.vicfirth.com/exchange/201...to-the-family/

Obviously he has his own signature model that is practically identical to his former stick manufacturer, a 5B with an extended taper and bigger tip.
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Old 04-06-2011, 07:58 PM
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Do you think Carter can play such off beats so well because he is plays with his left hand on the hi-hats and right on the snare? Do you think that might have anything to do with him really good on the hats or is that just a quintessence? Just curious. I love his style.
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Does anyone know where to get ebony drum shells just like Carter Beauford's drums?
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Old 06-25-2011, 07:54 AM
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Default Carter's Hi-Hat work

Hi all.

Maybe somebody here can help me with this.

I'm sure there is a name for this technique ... where you hit a barely-open hi-hat and the kick at the same time, and immediately close the hats. ... psst

Anyhow, it seems Carter sometimes does this while both feet are busy on the kick pedals.
For that matter, it often seems like he continues to play his hats w/both feet busy on the kicks.

Anybody got any idea how he does that?
Does he just have hats with a week spring and he's knocking 'em slightly open with the stick?
Is he getting that left foot over to the hh pedal for a split second just in time?
Does he play with hats that are nearly closed all the time, anyway?

Anybody know what I'm talking about and/or can shine any light on this?

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Old 06-30-2011, 09:35 PM
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He probably uses his left foot half on the hi hat pedal and half on the bass pedal. At least thats what I do! You need both pedals really close to do this..and allot of practice.
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Old 07-22-2011, 06:49 AM
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He probably uses his left foot half on the hi hat pedal and half on the bass pedal. At least thats what I do! You need both pedals really close to do this..and allot of practice.

Seems like i remember him demonstrating this in his video.
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It's a herta. That's Beauford's "go-to", but he voices it in so many ways it's hard to recognize sometimes.

He poorly refers to it as a 4-stroke roll in his "Under the Table and Drumming" video, but it's forgivable as he performs it perfectly.
I have always referred to that as a four stroke roll as well. I love and use it frequently.
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Old 08-22-2011, 11:54 PM
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imo the best drummer ever, i know you will all say no he isnt how about bla, and bla and mr bla, but imo carter is to me the best drummer i have ever heard, his pocket is flawless, his chops and flawless and his creativity is so amazing
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Carter Beauford on the Drums ! Carter Beauford on the Drums ! Carter Beauford on the Drums !

Only Dave hardcore fans will get my last quote !!
I want to say thats the ending of Halloween from the Recently album, his big drum solo at the end!!!

Now I'm probably gonna get crucified here, but I guess I'm old school. I like Carter, and I respect his style, but there is one thing that annoys me. He comes out full guns blasting the entire show. I wonder sometimes if he is serving the song. Like I said , that's the old school in me, what I feel is #1, serving the song, and then unleash your fury, or fist of fury or even balls of fury. I was listening to a radio personality here in Chicago, and he mentioned the same thing, and I agree with him, saying that the 'WOW' factor is gone by the second song, because he comes at you with everything. Again my opinion, but that doesn't make him any less a great drummer, which is what he is anyway.
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