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Old 04-06-2016, 05:17 PM
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Zickos—

I hope you made it out to the clinic and that you had a fun night!


Cal—

Both my DVDs are region free, as it were. They have shipped all over the world for years and I would have heard if there were any problems. So, you’re cool! You can get them, and autographed copies if you desired at my web store at Toddsucherman.com. Thanks! And thanks for the kind words!


Dominick—

Yes, I was recently using a combo in the studio (4 crashes at a time) that consisted of Legacy 17”, 20” 22” and Artisans that were 18”, 20” &22”. They recorded so beautifully. And Sabian will make anything you want. You don’t have to be an endorser to get 22” Legacy or Artisan crashes. That’s one ting that’s so cool about Sabian…they’ll make the customer whatever they want.

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Old 04-07-2016, 08:39 PM
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Yes, I was recently using a combo in the studio (4 crashes at a time) that consisted of Legacy 17”, 20” 22” and Artisans that were 18”, 20” &22”. They recorded so beautifully. And Sabian will make anything you want. You don’t have to be an endorser to get 22” Legacy or Artisan crashes. That’s one ting that’s so cool about Sabian…they’ll make the customer whatever they want.

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Old 04-08-2016, 01:34 PM
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Here's a pic from the sessions...(hopefully this works...I'm at a hotel with super slow internet.)
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Old 04-16-2016, 11:45 PM
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I hope you made it out to the clinic and that you had a fun night!

Yes, I did and I got my picture with you. I was the old fart in the front row.
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Old 04-17-2016, 04:26 AM
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And where is that picture????
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Old 04-18-2016, 01:05 AM
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Zickos-

Hey, fantastic! You should have mentioned this forum. Nonetheless, great to have you out.

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That’s from Blackbird studios in Nashville.


And cheers from Toronto,
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Old 04-18-2016, 03:20 AM
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Sorry, I wanted to see the picture of Zickos with you. Thanks
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Old 04-21-2016, 05:12 AM
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Here it is. It was a great clinic and I really enjoyed it.

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Old 06-01-2016, 04:25 AM
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Hi Todd,

What is your drum throne height?
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Old 06-02-2016, 08:43 PM
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19 1/2 inches I think....

I'm not certain but I think that's what my tech said!

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Old 06-03-2016, 12:35 AM
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Here it is. It was a great clinic and I really enjoyed it.

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Great Photo man. Great that some take the time.
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Old 07-01-2016, 08:54 PM
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I wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed your clinic/performance at Sweetwater Gearfest. My guitarist buddy who went with me was very impressed with the presentation, and I was inspired to try to change a few things up after watching you play. I've brought my snare drum up a little to about even with my belly button (could be problematic if I don't stay away from pie and ice cream and my stomach starts shifting south!). It's taking some getting used to but I can see that in the long run it will help my balance and consistency. Your control of dynamics and the musical choices that you made were very inspiring. Thanks for a great hour!
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Old 07-03-2016, 10:21 AM
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Hi Todd. Thomas once again here. As Simon Phillips said: "The minute when the music stops being fun, you should stop. Because you need every ounce of fun in this bussiness."

Ahh...Someway along the way the music, playing drums and hanging out with musicians stopped being fun. Reason? I wish I know one. I think something is missing in my character. Yes...I have a ADS (anxiety-depression disorder). But me doctor says: "That's not the reason you are not enjoying your hobbies." So what is it?

Before, drums were so exciting and playing with anyone, ANYONE, was Christmas. Now...everything seems like it has no future. Every band with which I tried to coexist has some sort of problem. What sort of problems: lack of direction, lack of friendship, lack of simplicity, lack of positivity... Here was I trying the be positive, enthusiastic and friendly and none of it came back. NONE OF IT! NONE!

So here I am. Once again, alone with my thoughts. Is the problem in me? Am I the one who destroyed all those bands when i just said: 'Guys, I'm done. This is not working.'

As I look back I see 2 things. One, as a kid I was just enjoying to play music and there were no thoughts on is this band or music going to have any future. And two, after a turned 20 I started thinking:" What's the future of this? Are we gonna' get gigs? Let's try to make I bussiness out of it." And something obviously really wrong happend along the way...

Sorry for being so complicated and philosophical...but those are the best words I can put it...

Any thoughts, Todd...
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Old 07-04-2016, 08:03 PM
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Luddite—

Thanks for the kind words and I’m happy to hear that you enjoyed my segment at Sweetwater’s Gear Fest. It was certainly fun for me. And if anything I did or said had a positive impact on you, all the better! Thanks for sharing your thoughts with me and I wish you continued success and fun behind the kit.

Cheers!
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Thomas—


Anything can become work or a chore. I’m sure the Sultan of Brunei wakes up feeling bored and melancholy some days, so shake it off. But if you don’t love it, don’t do it anymore and wait for the love to come back. (Do you think you’ll like sitting at a desk doing the same thing over and over?) If you have an issue with the guys you’re playing with then start your own band where you’re the boss….maybe try that?

No one can help you with this issue ultimately. It’s entirely up to you. Maybe full time is not for you? Maybe fun gigs on the weekend but you do something else for your livelihood? You have to ask your self many questions and seek the answers, but it’s all within you. And I wish you luck and happiness.

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Old 02-26-2017, 05:11 PM
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Huge fan Todd. Just picked up my tickets for March 31st. Looking forward to seeing you guys at such a small venue! What a treat...
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Old 03-02-2017, 12:17 PM
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Thanks, man....hope you enjoy it and have fun!

Cheers from Montgomery, AL

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Old 03-14-2017, 02:57 AM
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Thanks, man....hope you enjoy it and have fun!

Cheers from Montgomery, AL

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Put in a good word to add Superstars for that night Todd! Thanks for the reply, see ya on 3/31/17 Escanaba MI!!!!
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Great Show last night! I was hoping to hear Superstars, or the 17 song medley. Oh well it was great anyway! Thanks Todd!
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Old 04-02-2017, 02:18 PM
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Thanks!

Hey, if anyone lives in Lexington KY I'm doing a clinic there on April 19th and then one in Nashville on April 20th.

Cheers!
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Old 04-06-2017, 12:09 AM
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Hi Todd
I,m impressed with the size of your kit, plain and simple. I would be lost behind it for sure, only because I'm a "club drummer" having done hotels and small clubs for 45 years in the old days.
My question; would you feel ok playing behind a 4 or 5 pc kit and 2 or 3 cymbals, or would your balance be out of wack?..I know your show needs the massive kit for the visual, and as good a drummer as you are, I was curious if a small kit would work for you?

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Old 04-06-2017, 06:36 AM
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Totally comfortable behind a four piece with a crash and ride. Done 1000 gigs that way in the old days. Have a four piece set up in my studio, jazz kit with an 18" bass drum. I probably spend more time on that than the big rig.
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Old 04-06-2017, 08:43 AM
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I,m impressed with the size of your kit, plain and simple. I would be lost behind it for sure, only because I'm a "club drummer" having done hotels and small clubs for 45 years in the old days.
My question; would you feel ok playing behind a 4 or 5 pc kit and 2 or 3 cymbals, or would your balance be out of wack?..I know your show needs the massive kit for the visual, and as good a drummer as you are, I was curious if a small kit would work for you?

Continued success.
Check out Todd's DVDs, he actually plays the small kit he mentioned several times - and he plays it as impressive as the big one :)!
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Hi Todd,

Just watched your Drumeo clinic on youtube. I just wanted to tell you I really enjoyed it. Putting your unbelievable skills aside, your down to earth approach to drumming and reaching out to us weekend warriors is very inspiring.

I'm 63 now and have been playing since I was 14. I still keep very active playing gigs and I really try to improve my drumming as best I can with the time I have to practice. Your little tips, getting back to basics, 16th note hihat technique are just a couple of things that inspire me and are also things that really make a difference in my playing which carries over the the bands overall sound. It is noticed by some of the players I work with which gives me a good feeling about my playing.

Like you said in the video about some students, I tried running too fast before walking when I was a young player, It wasn't until I was older that I had to step back and revaluate my playing by recording myself. WOW, what was I thinking?

Thanks for all that you give.

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Old 04-17-2017, 12:45 AM
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Hi Todd,

Fantastic lesson on Drumeo. And judging from all the comments underneath on YouTube, it clearly struck a chord.

I've got M&M I and II, and Modern Drummer Festival 2008, so wasn't surprised as I've learned so much from those DVDs.

Also a wonderful solo at the end - which is worth repeated watches and study.

Thanks for the inspiration.
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Todd, I'm with supermac.

I just watched the Drumeo lesson and it was a thrill. I'll be switching my set up around this weekend and playing with the ideas of lifting my snare a bit higher.

Also, the drum solo at the end of the lesson was simply masterful.

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Old 04-21-2017, 03:14 AM
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I would like to chime in as well. I watched your Drumeo lesson too and it was one of the few lessons they have on Youtube that I could enjoy in its entirety (I mean it). It was a joy to watch you play and try to soak in every piece of advice you had for other drummers, of all levels.

You have my heartfelt thanks.
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Old 04-26-2017, 05:06 AM
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With your bass drum sound How tight are both batter and front head Is one tighter than one or are they same pitch
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Hi there, Todd:
I just wanted to tell you that your lesson in Drumeo was one of the best ( if not the best) on that channel.

Would you do me a favor and say hi to my fellow drummers of the spanish facebook page Batacas? They gonna love it !

Cheers and God bless.
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Old 05-07-2017, 09:58 PM
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Thanks for all the kind words on the Drumeo event! I really appreciate it, guys!

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Old 06-19-2017, 09:03 PM
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Hey Guys,

The new Styx record, “The Mission” was released on Friday and we are all very excited about it! It’s an analog recording (to 2” tape) and has a great vintage vibe with bits of prog here and there. I re recorded “The Red Storm” at home here in this drum performance video….hope you guys enjoy it and check out “The Mission”…thanks!

Todd

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The new Styx record, “The Mission” was released on Friday and we are all very excited about it! It’s an analog recording (to 2” tape) and has a great vintage vibe with bits of prog here and there. I re recorded “The Red Storm” at home here in this drum performance video….hope you guys enjoy it and check out “The Mission”…thanks!

Todd

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXScvbFbmss
I happened to check out the videos that Pearl posted on their Instagram of you playing The Red Storm and needless to say, it gave me a feel of Boston meets Rush a little bit but excellent drum work on that song!
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Absolutely awesome Todd! Love the new music👍
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Hi Todd,

First of all i love the live cam vids you post. Especially with that mix, so the drums are very present. Can really hear what's going on and is inspiring to say the least :)
Looking forward to some vids on your new 'Masters' b-rig kit!

I didn't find the question here, but i was wondering why you added the 18" floor tom? Steve Smith influence (with his nice Sonor kit) or did you use it during recording on the latest Styx release?

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Old 08-18-2017, 01:22 AM
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Thanks for the kind words! I had actually ordered the 18" before I knew Steve was going to do what he did with his Journey kit. I was trying to convince him to add a gong drum! But it's more of a Tony thing if anything and I'd never really used an 18" before and thought it would be fun, and I'm enjoying it very much.

Thanks again and cheers from Niagara Falls, NY-
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Todd, welcome to WNY!! Home to the, UGH, Buffalo Bills! I plan on seeing you guys tonight (first time ever!!!!!). Have a great show...
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Old 08-21-2017, 07:36 PM
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Mister Zero-- hope you had fun!

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I had a blast!! Great venue for bands. You guys were incredible. Your drums were thunderous and awe inspiring. i felt bad for REO Speedwagon that they had to follow you. They were clearly out matched....

Do you guys (Styx and REO) take turns who " headlines"? I assumed that your band was headlining, but i saw your kit when i first got there.
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Too bad the European promoters tend to ignore Styx, would love to visit a gig here some day! Indeed looks like a blast to visit, but i believe the last Styx gig in Europe was years ago. Anyway, hope to visit a clinic some day!
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Old 09-04-2017, 05:05 PM
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Mister Zero—

Yes, we closed half of the tour and they closed half. It’s a co-headline “flip flop” as they call it.


iCe-

Sadly that’s partially true. The other half is that the offers are so low, that it’s a money losing proposition for us to go. We aren’t exactly “hungry 20 year olds” meaning we eat good food (not garage) and stay in nice places. That costs a lot of money in Europe. But I hope we get back there before too long…as it’s been way too long!

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Old 09-11-2017, 06:58 PM
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Todd! Glad for all your accomplishments and work so far!

In the Red Storm video, do you mind sharing what Sabian cymbals you are using around the kit here in your home studio?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XNRPB53cKs&t=119

Also if you know where you get those bookshelf-like cubbies for storing all your snares like that in the background? I vaguely remember IKEA had something similar to that but last I went in their store they don't have that style anymore!
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