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Old 06-17-2006, 09:30 AM
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STEVE--
There are a lot of new pictures over at www.Twistercity.com/Motley.htm. Does any of it look familiar to you? I've got some pictures of the prototypes for the Tommy Lee series heads over there. I'd just like to get a comment or two from you if possible. Thanks.

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Old 06-21-2006, 08:49 PM
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Anyone know were I can find shots of Tommy's Dr. Feelgood Kit?
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Old 06-25-2006, 06:34 PM
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Here are some screen shots from some Motley Vids.... Let me know if your looking for something in particular.....

































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Old 06-26-2006, 07:59 AM
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hey man a couple of questions..
1)on the motley tour.. how many people to a bus(for the crew)..(not the crue)
2)is tommy anal bout the shoes he wears??
3) whats tommys mic/ monitors transported in??
4) when tommys replacement came in did he move around the kit that much??
5) what does tommy think of sulkly erna hahaha
wierd questions i know but ive been dieing to knwo
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Old 06-26-2006, 11:03 AM
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hey man a couple of questions..
1)on the motley tour.. how many people to a bus(for the crew)..(not the crue)
2)is tommy anal bout the shoes he wears??
3) whats tommys mic/ monitors transported in??
4) when tommys replacement came in did he move around the kit that much??
5) what does tommy think of sulkly erna hahaha
wierd questions i know but ive been dieing to knwo
peace xxx
Hey Mick, here's your answers:
1) 11 to a bus, 3 crew buses.
2) Yes, his "Chucks."
3) His monitors are wheeled directly into the truck; mics are packed with the audio gear.
4) Not really, just the hi-hat stand, and a couple of cymbal arms...
5) I don't know... :) I'll ask him sometime and I'll get back to you on that one...
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Old 06-26-2006, 03:58 PM
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Can I earn a free pair of Nick Mason sticks????? LOL

WOW, thanks for the Pics man, that's sweet!

I just got into a Motley tribute band as a side gig. I am checking out all his kits to pick the best setup for this band. I think I like the Feelgood kit best.


Were do you want me to send the sticks to?? heh.
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Old 06-26-2006, 06:32 PM
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I gotta disagree on the Feelgood kit dude......

The newest one or the Mirror ball finish are BAD ASS!!!!!

If you want to send me a pair of sicks.... can you get me a pair of Vik Foxx with his printing???

Not that the Nick Mason's are not a HUGE collectable!!!!! But, I'm more of an old school "hair" guy... LOL

PS--- Let me know if you want me to play drums in your Motley Band!!!!! LOL
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Old 06-26-2006, 10:04 PM
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hha me again.. how long is T behind the kit before a show.. like while mighty mike is doin his whole act??
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Old 06-27-2006, 05:35 PM
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I gotta disagree on the Feelgood kit dude......

The newest one or the Mirror ball finish are BAD ASS!!!!!

If you want to send me a pair of sicks.... can you get me a pair of Vik Foxx with his printing???

Not that the Nick Mason's are not a HUGE collectable!!!!! But, I'm more of an old school "hair" guy... LOL

PS--- Let me know if you want me to play drums in your Motley Band!!!!! LOL
Sorry man, don't think I have any Vik Foxx sticks laying around. Maybe mine will be worth something on ebay in 10 years? lol.

I like the mirror ball kit, but a finish like that would be really hard. And I also don't think I can get (or transport) a 32" bass drum. haha.

For now I think I'll do the classic setup, 2 bass drums, 4 toms. But that's just because I have it all. Peace is going to be doing up a new kit for me with a 26" bass, that will look a little better after I get it.
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Old 06-27-2006, 11:11 PM
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Peace is going to be doing up a new kit for me with a 26" bass, that will look a little better after I get it.
Go with the Girl x3 chrome finish with the red rims and lugs........... effn' sweet!!!!!!!!!!!

And getting copys made of that bass drum head should be easy....

Good luck... and if you come to Philly... Ill roadie for ya dude!
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Old 06-28-2006, 08:46 PM
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Yeah I like the Girls kit..

I'll let you know when I'm down near you.. might be later on this year, but touring with my normal band. The Crue this is just on the side for fun once and a while.
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Old 06-30-2006, 01:19 AM
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Yeah I like the Girls kit..

I'll let you know when I'm down near you.. might be later on this year, but touring with my normal band. The Crue this is just on the side for fun once and a while.
Even if your down heree with the Dollies.... I'm come and check it out!!
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Old 07-02-2006, 01:01 AM
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Hey Steve!
You never answered my questions on page 6! :)

On to the next topics.
Supernova.
I bet its a girl who got the gig. Are you allowed to reveal it and any chance of getting a taste of whats to come?
Please? :P
hehehe
I would love to hear what Tommy would create if he hooked up with Zach DeLa Rocha (ex rage against the machine)
That would be killer.


Tommy is doing a festival here in august (august 11 to be exact), I was wondering if you were going to come down for it as well. I cant find ANY info on it (no speed limit festival) and would absolutely love to go.

Can you tell Tommy the little greek bonehead from montreal (head shave guy) is looking for the hook up? I'll bring the clippers again :)


Id love to get together and talk drums.

STAY STRONG AND ROCK ON!


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Old 07-02-2006, 09:37 PM
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Steveo this forum is out of control. Last time I checked it was on page 3 i believe. Well I just discovered youtube.com and they've got all kinds of old tommy footage (Theater of pain, Girls Gilrs Gilrs and Dr. Feelgood drum solos), who knew?.
Anyway I'm out with Taking Back Sunday till mid august and then Evanescence after that so maybe i'll see you while I'm in L.A. sometime. I know Evanescence's drummer had some questions regarding loading samples into his Ddrum so i'll try to hit you up sometime about that. Later.
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Old 07-04-2006, 07:26 PM
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Wow your life must be so cool. I saw Crue last year in Buffalo New York. I loved Tommy's set, that bass drum he has is giant. I also liked the panties he has tied up on the rack (if that still on there i dont know). If you guys come to Buffalo again il track you down to see a close up of the kit! Keep it up man your living my dream
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Old 07-05-2006, 06:21 PM
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Wow your life must be so cool. I saw Crue last year in Buffalo New York. I loved Tommy's set, that bass drum he has is giant. I also liked the panties he has tied up on the rack (if that still on there i dont know). If you guys come to Buffalo again il track you down to see a close up of the kit! Keep it up man your living my dream
Hey Dude! I was at the Darien Lake show, and live in Buffalo too!
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Old 07-06-2006, 06:04 PM
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Cool, that concert was sweet, I was in front of Nikki (the bass player) for pretty much the whole concert, that dude is a frigen monster, he's so tall and evil, Tommy was having a really on day for that concert tho
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Old 07-11-2006, 11:42 PM
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STEVE-O!
Dont leave me hanging,bro!

Tommy's
NO SPEED LIMIT FESTIVAL- in montreal!

Hook it up!
The lack of info is killing me here!

Ask T if i can have his email please :)
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Old 07-12-2006, 12:10 AM
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STEVE-O!
Dont leave me hanging,bro!

Tommy's
NO SPEED LIMIT FESTIVAL- in montreal!

Hook it up!
The lack of info is killing me here!

Ask T if i can have his email please :)
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I'll check it out with T, in regards to the show. And of course I cannot release his email address, but I will check with him.
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Old 07-12-2006, 12:12 AM
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Steveo this forum is out of control. Last time I checked it was on page 3 i believe. Well I just discovered youtube.com and they've got all kinds of old tommy footage (Theater of pain, Girls Gilrs Gilrs and Dr. Feelgood drum solos), who knew?.
Anyway I'm out with Taking Back Sunday till mid august and then Evanescence after that so maybe i'll see you while I'm in L.A. sometime. I know Evanescence's drummer had some questions regarding loading samples into his Ddrum so i'll try to hit you up sometime about that. Later.
Have fun on the TBS tour, Kevin Cauley, our LD is out with Angels & Airwaves. I'm going to try and come to the Long Beach show.
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Old 07-12-2006, 01:09 AM
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Steve Morrison- drum tech/programmer for Tommy Lee/ Mötley Crüe. Any questions or comments regarding Tommy and his gear will be answered here. Thanks for the interest.
You know that huage bass drum a few questions

does it actualy sound any good
what skins does tommy use and where are they from
does it get in the way
how big is it

have played hits kit alot
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Old 07-12-2006, 01:11 AM
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Steve Morrison- drum tech/programmer for Tommy Lee/ Mötley Crüe. Any questions or comments regarding Tommy and his gear will be answered here. Thanks for the interest.
id love to be a drum tech howd you get the job
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Old 07-12-2006, 08:29 AM
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Hi Stevo!

One question about sticks. Broke Tommy your AHEAD anytime? And if it's so, what is the reason usualy?
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Old 07-13-2006, 02:55 PM
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Hi Steve,
Much respect to you and thank you for your patience and graciousness in handling all of the questions. I am a purist as far as drum sounds go and I am a tuning fanatic. I've been playing and kind of teching for pro drummers for 30 plus years. My question involves the type of tuning that you use with toms. Do you tune to specific notes? Do you tune the bottom head tighter to control sustain? Do you use the DW method of tuning to the note stamped on the shell with Tommy's kit? In general, I tend to tune to pitches and intervals, with bottom heads tighter, depending on the kit and the sound desired. Just wondered if you do the same or have certain guidelines that you follow. Thank you and forgive me if this question was already answered, there are so many posts that it's hard to find specifics. Thanks again and take care!

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Old 07-16-2006, 08:28 PM
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Greetings Steve!

I read "DW drums production process" on DW internet site and they says that production process includes "TimbreMatching™ process by tapping the shell to hear its fundamental pitch at the point where the shell resonates most freely". Tell please it is help you when you tune T drums?
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Old 08-01-2006, 02:40 AM
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Old 08-01-2006, 06:41 AM
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It's not dead; I've just been real busy with the TV show, album, Tommy's website, etc. My apologies.... I'll be back on soon!
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Old 08-01-2006, 09:55 PM
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wow..i just saw this thread...it took me a while to read all of it. insane! it's pretty much like meetin tommy himself!

i have a question...how does the endorsment work for tommy? does he get new cymbals/drums/hardware..ect.. wen ever he please? or how?

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Old 08-07-2006, 03:45 AM
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It's not dead; I've just been real busy with the TV show, album, Tommy's website, etc. My apologies.... I'll be back on soon!
Hey guys.... I spoke to Steevo tonight and he wanted me to let you all know that this forum topic is no where near dead.....

Steevo is just super busy right now with the TV Show, the new Motley/Aerosmith tour, the Supernova record, the new Motley record, and eatting dinner once and awhile!!!

Keep posting your questions and Steevo will get them.....

Peace!!!

and be sure to watch the RockStar Supernova show.... I heard a rumor that Nate Morton (the houseband drummer) got some snare "help" from Mr Steevo!!!! 30 wires.... check it!
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Old 08-10-2006, 02:56 PM
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Hey Steevo what series of cymbal does tommy use,and for a suggestion on the new kit i think he should go old school and KICK it up with a double bass drum kit like oldtimes but have them both be a 32" i remember the seattle show everyone was freaking on the 32" and i think that would be an DEEP sound.Oh and IM A HUGE FAN AND IF YOU CHOULD PLEASE when you come to seattle hook me up with a like drumtech gig like you did shane or something kool like that you dont have to i know how buisey you are and all so peace out Bro!!!!!!!
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Old 08-15-2006, 06:37 AM
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Here is Tommy's Cymbal set-up

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Old 08-19-2006, 03:01 AM
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Steve, I bought tickets to the show at the Myth in Maplewood, Mn and am wondering if the show is going to be the same set list as what was on the Carnival tour? I am exited about seeing the band at a small venue like this. The show should be awsome.
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Hey Steve,

Could you please give some info on Tommy’s kit from the show last night? His sizes looked the same, but the shells were acrylic. Has dw started to produce acrylic shells or was this a special one time thing for him?

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Steve, I bought tickets to the show at the Myth in Maplewood, Mn and am wondering if the show is going to be the same set list as what was on the Carnival tour? I am exited about seeing the band at a small venue like this. The show should be awsome.
Man i wanted to go to that i missed that last shows. I'm only 16 and you have to be 21
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Could you please give some info on Tommy’s kit from the show last night? His sizes looked the same, but the shells were acrylic. Has dw started to produce acrylic shells or was this a special one time thing for him?

Thanks,

Carl
Hey Carl, you're right the sizes were all the same. The shells are acrylic(red) and are a one off that DW made especially for Tommy. I'm not sure if DW has any plans to start making them or not. Wait until we put in all the LED lights inside the shell! How was the sound of it? I was flying last night so I missed the broadcast. Steevo
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Old 08-31-2006, 09:58 PM
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Steve,

I think they sounded good. Did you have to do anything different with micing or tuning? Is your boss happy with them? Thanks for turning me on to Eddie M., he knows his stuff about sound. I think you’ll be in my area again in a couple of months, hook me up again like last time if you can.

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Old 09-02-2006, 05:53 PM
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Dude the acrylic kit is awesome...It sounded so good.


Here I even searched and found the video of it
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Steve,

Awesome forum work....have enjoyed the threads. Quick question please?

What sort of spring tension does Tommy like on his bass drum pedals (light, med, high)?

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Old 09-12-2006, 09:50 PM
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Tommy's Kit from the current Aerosmith tour... I'm going tonight, can't wait!

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Old 09-13-2006, 05:14 AM
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I'VE FINALLY DONE IT!!!!!!!!!! I got the scsi dump utility to work on my Ddrum3 and it's awesome. Once you get it setup right you don't have to edit it or anything (unless you want the sample shorter). I loaded all of my samples and made backups of everything all in like 5 min., here's a link to the guys in the U.K. that i got extra cards from. The cards were used but they work fine and the guy knows his stuff.

http://cgi.ebay.com/20MB-FLASH-MEMOR...QQcmdZViewItem

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