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Old 07-10-2007, 04:50 AM
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10x14 5ply Maple, Turquoise Sparkle, vintange lugs & wood rim Inlays
I endorse the royal drum co.


i like em vintage. it sounds great.
ill get soundsclips once recordings are done
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Old 07-10-2007, 06:39 AM
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I was just looking at this snare last night and watched a video of you playing it! Crazy.

I endorse Destructive Drums from up there in mass. as well.
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Old 07-10-2007, 04:33 PM
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wow dude. thas awesome. hows destructive treatin ya?
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how in the heck ya gettin sponsors..lol???
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how in the heck ya gettin sponsors..lol???
Yeah!!!


Im jealous....


I guess Custom small-timers like to build up endorsers to get their name out there, and sometimes up-and-coming drummers may be the way to go?
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I guess Custom small-timers like to build up endorsers to get their name out there, and sometimes up-and-coming drummers may be the way to go?
exactly. It's not as hard as one might think. You just have to beat some doors down and don't give up. I got responses from two other companies after I agreed to let Destructive build my kit. Give the companies you talk to good reasons why you would be helpful to their company. For instance where I live in Kentucky and my drum company is in Boston. It's good exposure for me to play their kits down here and spread the word about their company.

Destructive is awesome. The owners are great guys and they hooked me up with a nice deal. They make some hella nice kits too.

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so what your saying is..i got to a drum company beat there door down(probably get the cops called on me) and they will give it to me???...lol j/k..cause i want a new drumset ;)..


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exactly. It's not as hard as one might think. You just have to beat some doors down and don't give up. I got responses from two other companies after I agreed to let Destructive build my kit. Give the companies you talk to good reasons why you would be helpful to their company. For instance where I live in Kentucky and my drum company is in Boston. It's good exposure for me to play their kits down here and spread the word about their company.

Destructive is awesome. The owners are great guys and they hooked me up with a nice deal. They make some hella nice kits too.

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exactly. It's not as hard as one might think. You just have to beat some doors down and don't give up. I got responses from two other companies after I agreed to let Destructive build my kit. Give the companies you talk to good reasons why you would be helpful to their company. For instance where I live in Kentucky and my drum company is in Boston. It's good exposure for me to play their kits down here and spread the word about their company.

Destructive is awesome. The owners are great guys and they hooked me up with a nice deal. They make some hella nice kits too.

www.destructivedrums.com
who do you play for? DD puts out some really great stuff.
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Old 07-11-2007, 12:22 AM
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who do you play for? DD puts out some really great stuff.
I play for a band out of Kentucky called Judgement Of Paris. It's sorta southern/sceamo/metal.

They do put out some very nice stuff.
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so what your saying is..i got to a drum company beat there door down(probably get the cops called on me) and they will give it to me???...lol j/k..cause i want a new drumset ;)..




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Well instantly if I was working for a drum company I would not sign you for an endorsement deal. Just by you saying you want a new drum set. Hardly do any companies give artists kits for free or hardly do they ever get paid to play "XYZ" drums or cymbals.

It's all about you advertising. How many shows you play in a year, what type of venues, records you have appeared on, labels you are signed to, and sometimes even skill can come into play.
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Old 07-11-2007, 03:57 AM
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It's all about you advertising. How many shows you play in a year, what type of venues, records you have appeared on, labels you are signed to, and sometimes even skill can come into play.
exactly. You have to show them that you playing their drums would help them out in some way before they will even think about helping you out.
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I really love the wood inlays.
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exactly. You have to show them that you playing their drums would help them out in some way before they will even think about helping you out.
Well, Im English, and I'd never even heard of Destructive.

Maybe If I tell them that Id like to put their name out in the UK they would let me endorse them?

(I wouldnt ask for free gear, Id buy it myself BTW)
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Well, Im English, and I'd never even heard of Destructive.

Maybe If I tell them that Id like to put their name out in the UK they would let me endorse them?

(I wouldnt ask for free gear, Id buy it myself BTW)

Get in contact with them and i'm sure they'll hook you up with a great deal. I wasnt looking for free gear either. More so to find a company that I could get behind. Make sure you tell them Josh from KY sent you if you do. :)

Sorry to hijack your thread punchout.

Back onto the orgional topic, how does that beast sound? I'm getting a 14x7 20 ply. So I like bigger snares.

Did you have to buy a specific stand to get that thing low enough to the ground to play on?
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dude, you didnt hijak anything. if anything this is probably the most informative thread to other people and you brought up a good discussion. im siked on how the thread is going.

but anyway yea i had to get a lower stand. not cheap either. and dw 5000 stand. but hell, it was defninately worth it.
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Yea i was wondering about stands. I just got a 13x7 ddrum snare to hold me over until my dd snare gets here. I notice that with it all the way to the ground its still not quite low enough.
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