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Old 06-24-2012, 10:02 PM
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Just after soundcheck - Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany. Hanson Brothers "Sudden Debt" Europe Tour 2012
Clear snare batter, interesting - how do you like the sound of that?
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I bet the drums sounded awesome in that room!
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I bet the drums sounded awesome in that room!
Yes, now that is a great looking gig space. Love the industrial vibe, & it's ripe for maximum "snareverb" loveliness :)
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Me at a recent arena gig. DW kit with a 6.5x14 Joyful Noise maple snare.
Another interesting gigging room. You look somewhat stoic :)
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Clear snare batter, interesting - how do you like the sound of that?
I hated it. The whole kit was a rental that was driven up to us pretty much sight unseen. This was the last week of the tour and I just went through my last head. The shop was across the street from the Fabrik [Just Drums] moved, and I didn't have time to change it. The sound was okay, but I swear it gave me vertigo playing it.
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Yes, now that is a great looking gig space. Love the industrial vibe, & it's ripe for maximum "snareverb" loveliness :)
It was totally great! The sound in that room was unbelievable. All these giant wood beams and poles everywhere, full-length balcony on either side and behind, holds 1100. The drums sounded crushing, and I had no problem with the Texas Headphones. The Fabrik has been there for years and years, right on the edge of the Reeperbahn.

And you're right, cd, the atmosphere was really excellent. And the backstage was classic in every respect, with some truly fun backstage wall graffiti, yet mysteriously clean and tidy. And during the day, half of it turns into a youth center so kids can come and do activities and stuff. Very well organized place and truly a treat to play there.
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Interesting setup! Are you going for the flat toms because of space reasons,
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Old 07-05-2012, 08:17 PM
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The rotos are classic (if not dated) rock. The sound is great and they pack up 2-for-one in cases. Much easier on my back. The sizes are 12" 14" 16" and 18". 20" bass, 14x5" snare.
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Another interesting gigging room. You look somewhat stoic :)
Haha....stoic eh? I hate to smile in pics, so I guess I'll take that as a compliment :) That gig was in a huge 6000 seat mosque. The sound was crappy though, like being in a gymnasium. The sound guys were complaining about the room sound as well. Looked cool in a picture though!
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Sabbath Crow I'm playing on my Vintage Trixon Kit.
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I've gigged on lead guitar (main instrument for 25+ years), bass (in a couple of different gigging bands), and now drums (in a cover band and an all original band.)

I've only made drums a primary instrument for less than 2 years. I seem to be picking it up rather quickly, from all of my experience with other instruments (even though drums and guitar aren't related IMO.) I still have a loooooooong way to go, though.

Thank God I was able to find an original band that I love.

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Some pics from a jazz gig of mine at the Brink Lounge in Madison, WI. Packed house! I use a Tama Starclassic bubinga/birch in cobalt sparkle. Check out some more photos of the kit in my studio at http://www.facebook.com/MightyQStudios
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Old 08-22-2012, 04:01 AM
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A few choice ones that I am a fan of.....










This last one isn't technically a gig. But Its such a cool shot that I just had to include it. :)

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Sweet shots, fisheye for the win !
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This last one isn't technically a gig. But Its such a cool shot that I just had to include it. :)

Great shot there!

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More from this past weekend:













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my gig pics


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Old 09-25-2012, 05:24 PM
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My band played a couple weeks ago in our "hometown". We absolutely love this venue and the turnout is always great. A few hundred people there, not necessarily to see us specifically, but there none the less.

Had to use the headlining band's drum kit, which I didn't really want to do but I made the best of it.

Here's a few pics that I really like.

I LOVE this one. Our bass player has a little Steve Harris swagger going on:


Caught me mid twirl:


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Always gotta give em a show:


I like to cross my arms and hit the crashes for visual effect:


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And we printed this poster and signed it for our biggest fan. This lady is responsible for getting us played on the local rock station. She promotes us so much and drove an hour to this show by herself to see us. We knew she was coming so we had this poster made for her. She LOVED it. And had no idea we were gonna give it to her. We gave it to her from stage and thanked her for her loyalty.

It's literally the ONLY Meet At Sundown poster in existence. Not even the band has one.

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My band's first gig:








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Rocky Horror Picture Show 2012. We opened up two nights in a row for the show in Grafenwöhr Germany.

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This pic recently surfaced. From one of the few gigs I did in 1990 with guitarist Tommy Tedesco.

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In that picture I was. Groovy fashion statement....
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A few pix from recent club date/banquet small group jazz events. The scaled down kit works
amazingly well for smaller rooms.
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Groove1, is this a snare used as a tom on your right?
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Yes, it's a 5x14 snare with snares, throwoff etc removed...absolutely no rattles. It works well
in conjunction with the "rack tom" which is a micro timbale snare with the snare mechanism
removed. It is tuned lower than usual but both drums are tuned tight enough to enable easy
stick bouncing. Playing the micro timbale about 1" from the hoop and between lugs with the
butt of the stick simulates a rack tom in low volume settings. I've gotten more compliments
about that drum (and the bosphorous ride) from fellow musicians than any of the rest of it.
The micro timbale is outstanding for latin-jazz tunes. I have 3 snares that I use, a 3" piccolo,
a 4" wooden snare and the black beauty (5x14) as shown. For small venues I love it because
I can really dig into this kit instead of "playing lightly" on bigger drums. The bass drum I made from a floor tom and it measures 9x18. There is one spot where it can be tuned and it
works but there is no leeway at all.
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I can really dig into this kit instead of "playing lightly" on bigger drums.
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These are from a wedding gig we did in the summer.
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Some pics of me at various different gigs!
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A couple from my most recent gig:



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It's great to see such a wide variety of drummers that come to this forum.

My favorite picture of myself playing live:
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Playing the newly-restored mongrel kit with Some Assembly Required at the Empty Nestival, Parker, CO, September 2012... Photo courtesy of Paul Hopkins.
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And just for completeness (and hilarity): playing the original mongrel with Video Free Europe at the Rat in Boston's Kenmore Square, September as well: but of 1983.... Photo, courtesy of Dave Sheppard.

If we can laugh at ourselves, we will always be amused.... (;-)
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I don't have any gig pictures, but here's us trying to record a demo in my school's old gym. It sounded awful, so we decided to abort that. We're gonna try to find a different recorder and try again soon.
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I don't have any gig pictures, but here's us trying to record a demo in my school's old gym. It sounded awful, so we decided to abort that. We're gonna try to find a different recorder and try again soon.
May not be a gig, but its still a cool photo.
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Some photos of my band playing Mini-Mappfest (a charity festival held in Great Malvern, England back in feb). The last photo is from our most recent gig. I play the last song of our set on just the snare.
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Recent pic of me and my band jamming out. The band is called Suburban Angst
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