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Old 09-03-2009, 03:19 PM
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Default Re: your thoughts on brushes?

Glad you guys liked it.

Did you ever see two guys enjoying the hell out of drumming that much?
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The only thing Dog Breath and I agree on are brushes. We both prefer the Regal Tip hickory handled brushes. I've gone through numerous pairs and these are the best I've owned. I don't like the retractable handled ones, or the rubber gripped ones. You can get some decent volume out of the wood handles when you need it.

I use brushes for all sorts of stuff. Rock tunes, blues tunes and jazz. I like them because I can use them to keep the energy of a groove going without a lot of volume.
I agree with all of this. As a matter of interest, does anyone know of any examples where a jazz drummer is swinging a tune without sweeping?
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