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Old 12-06-2011, 01:10 PM
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Welcome to Drummerworld. Who's the guy in the band that looks like Jack Black?
Haha! That would be me. Not the first time I've been likened to that guy!
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Old 12-09-2011, 11:38 AM
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Real name? Ivan

Age? 20

How long have you been playing? 5 Years

Origin of user name? my username :)

Your top 5 drummers? Steve Smith, Vinnie Colaiuta, Peter Erskine, Will Keneddy, Steve Gadd

Make of drumkit? Yamaha

Make of cymbal? Zildjian

Where do you practice? Home

Are you in a band? In the process of starting one

Do you play covers or originals? Both

What style of music? kinda Pop, Jazz, Funk and Soul

Favourite take out food? Indomie

What country do you live in? Indonesia

How did you start drumming? i watched Buddy Rich (on video)
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Old 12-10-2011, 04:20 PM
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Real name? Ethan Lawrence
Age? 15, 16 in a couple days
How long have you been playing? 1 1/2 on a real drum set
Origin of user name? my other hobby is model railroading, and 95 is my year of birth
Your top 5 drummers? Lars Ulrich, The Rev (R.I.P),
Make of drumkit? My drum kit: Roland TD4KX, at school: Tama of some sort that's been beat to death by several people over the years
Make of cymbal? Mine: Roland, School: Zildjian
Where do you practice? My bedroom, at school
Are you in a band? The high school jazz band
Do you play covers or originals? covers
What style of music? At home: Rock, Metal and practice jazz for school. School: Jazz, Rock
Favourite take out food? Pizza Hut
What country do you live in? USA
One really odd fact about yourself? Model railroading is my main hobby, this is something else I do for fun.
How did you start drumming? Guitar hero (haven't played that in about 2 years) and joined the jazz band at school.
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Old 12-12-2011, 02:10 PM
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Hi all, Iím new to the forum and fairly new to Drums. Iíd taken a drum class in highschool for a couple years that taught me to basically read sheet music and play on a snare drum. This was about 15 years ago though and I really donít remember anything Iíd learned. Iíve been playing guitar for 3 years now and recently my 8 year old son has really taken a liking to drums so I bought him a pad and some sticks. Heís used it quite a bit but lately he has been listening to music sitting in a chair in front of his bed and playing on the mattress. There is nothing he wants more for Christmas than a drum set so I did a little research and ended up buying him a Gretsch Renegade 5 piece beginner kit that comes with a bass drum, 2 toms, a floor tom, snare, crash & hi hat cymbals. It even comes with a throne so I believe I have everything needed to start playing. Iím really excited for him (and myself as I plan on using them also). Can anyone give me any ideas of some must have accessories? You know, the things that come Christmas morning when I start assembling the kit Iíll wish I had. I plan on also buying covers to muffle the sound for quiet practice and sticks. I already have ear plugs and also ear muffles (Like gun range muffles). Is there anything else Iíll need. Keep in mind this will be our first drum set. Iím not sure if I should have something to tune them with or whatever else. Any ideas are appreciated!! Thanks.
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Old 12-12-2011, 02:40 PM
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Real name? Neil
Age? 36
How long have you been playing? -13 days. Will start christmas morning, LOL
Origin of user name? Sportbikes!
Your top 5 drummers? Taylor Hawkins, Dave Grohl, John Bonnam
Make of drumkit? Grestch
Make of cymbal? Zildjian
Where do you practice? Home
Are you in a band? No
Do you play covers or originals? Both
What style of music? Rock, Blues
Favourite take out food? Pizza
What country do you live in? US
One really odd fact about yourself? I won't grow up
How did you start drumming? With my son
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Old 12-13-2011, 12:15 AM
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Real name? Ram
Age? 15
How long have you been playing? In my head for years, lessons for 4 months, on a real kit Christmas morning.
Origin of user name? My name and my favorite number.
Your top 5 drummers? What the guy above me said, and Bermuda Schwartz.
Make of drumkit? Gretsch
Make of cymbal? Sabian
Where do you practice? Basement
Are you in a band? I wish
Do you play covers or originals?
What style of music?
Favourite take out food? Chipotle is amazing.
What country do you live in? USA
One really odd fact about yourself? I'm a vegetarian.
How did you start drumming? I wanted to play songs that weren't terrible Japanese transcriptions for trumpet of rock songs. I wanted to play what the band was actually playing, I knew my fingers are terrible for guitar, so I chose drums.
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Old 12-13-2011, 01:06 PM
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Old 12-13-2011, 06:38 PM
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Hey

It sounds like he's pretty much set. I don't know what you could stick in a stocking for him, other than some sticks, a metronome, and maybe an accessory for the kit, such as a cowbell. Just make sure you help him with tuning and setting the kit up to fit his size.

1st drum set + little kid + Christmas = Super excitement and hideous noise
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Old 12-13-2011, 07:25 PM
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Wow, Ted beat me to the punch, on almost all my stuff.
Well, once you have someone "established" as a drummer, drum gear and Christmas ... kinda go hand-in-hand. Maybe a video on "how to tune drums". I don't believe in drum gauges and stuff. You tune by listening to the drum.
A metronome is a cool item to give a drummer. A cowbell and holder. A jingle ring, that mounts on the hi-hat rod. A stick bag. Replacement heads for all the drums, 'cause heads do wear out, and the stock heads that normally come with entry level kits are crap (but hey, burn 'em up, and then replace them). Or, when all else fails, a Guitar Center gift card.
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Old 12-13-2011, 08:22 PM
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Old 12-13-2011, 08:23 PM
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Old 12-13-2011, 10:19 PM
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Thanks for the welcomes and the tips guys. I'll start watching some youtube videos on tuning. I usually get GC gift cards for Christmas that I spend on guitar related items but I forsee this year being different. Looks like replacement heads would be a good investment to start. I'll definately post up some pics on Christmas morning!
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Old 12-14-2011, 06:55 PM
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Hi there. Hey that's a great gift. The new Renegades look like a nice quality inexpensive option by Gretsch. Let us know how they work out. Post some pics here if you can. Your kid should be ecstatic with his gift.. happy holidays.
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Old 12-14-2011, 06:58 PM
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Ha! I love that record ... alas, we weren't good enough to play anyone's songs but our own ;)

Oh, and I'm with ya on the "DW' thing!
OK, your band's gotta start playing songs with "robot" in the title or lyric.

Mr. Roboto by Stx. Now that would be a fun one to see covered. :)
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Old 12-14-2011, 10:20 PM
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Old 12-15-2011, 12:16 AM
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Thanks. I'll definately get some pics on Christmas morning after I get it together. It actually should arrive Fedex any minute!!
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Old 12-22-2011, 05:39 PM
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Nice clip .... keep on doing it ...............
I like it every much .... where do you learn it ......??
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Old 12-23-2011, 02:37 PM
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Hello everyone, I'm 26, from England. I've been playing drums for almost 5 years. I taught myself to play but decided to take lessons as my technique was awful, so just about everything I taught myself was wiped from memory and I started again.

I play traditional grip, and love vintage gear.
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Old 12-23-2011, 02:40 PM
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Hello everyone, I'm 26, from England. I've been playing drums for almost 5 years. I taight myself to play but decided to take lessons as my technique was awful, so just about everything I taught myself was wiped from memory and I started again.

I play traditional grip, and love vintage gear.
Not another guy that likes old looking drums. OH, NO! Just giving you a hard time. Welcome to the site. Don't take anything too serious. Especially my sarcasm. :)
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Old 12-24-2011, 01:22 PM
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Old 12-24-2011, 02:24 PM
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Welcome to the forum.

Do you play a vintage kit? Upload some pictures. :-)
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Old 12-24-2011, 02:25 PM
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Old 12-24-2011, 06:04 PM
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Welcome .... to the Drummerworld forum. Now, show us some pictures.
Example ... my Gretsch round badge kit.
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Old 12-24-2011, 08:59 PM
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Hello!

I'm Sander Bos and i'm 17 years old. I live in Alkmaar (Holland)
I have an Yamaha electric drumkit, but i want a acoustic drumkit ;P

I hope to learn a lot here at drummerworld!

Greetz, Sander Bos
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Old 12-24-2011, 09:07 PM
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Welcome to the forum Sander, you will find this forum is an extraordinary place to discover, learn and recieve invaluable advices from all the members.

Merry Chistmas to you. :-)
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Old 12-24-2011, 11:16 PM
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Hello Sander,

Welcome to the brotherhood. Enjoy your time here...great forum, great people.

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Old 12-25-2011, 09:40 AM
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Welcome Sander...and greetings from Amstelveen!
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Old 12-25-2011, 02:53 PM
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Welkom! Errr, I mean, welcome! Greetings from Vlaardingen! Hopefully you'll enjoy your time here on this forum. It's a great and informative place.
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Old 12-26-2011, 04:36 AM
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Real name? Wayne
Age? 56
How long have you been playing? on and off since about 12... about 44 years
Origin of user name? road raced motorcycles at age 52
Your top 5 drummers? oh dear...for me the list starts with Buddy Rich
Make of drumkit? Ludwig, Roland w/DIY e-kit, and just addded - SVdrums
Make of cymbal? Zildjian
Where do you practice? living room
Are you in a band? sort of
Do you play covers or originals? yes
What style of music? rock, jazz, funk, country, priase
Favourite take out food? pizza
What country do you live in? USA
One really odd fact about yourself? see next item
How did you start drumming? marching drum & fife corp

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bonjour tout nouveau sur le site!
batteur amateur passionnť depuis l'enfance!
je joue avec gretsch et paiste;premier et sabian;
new classic;custom;2002;signature;b8
je cherche un batteur pour me remplacer region cantal;puy de dome;raison santť
merci de me contacter par mail!urgent!merci
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it might be better if you would:

a. find a french speaking forum

or b. speak english, so we would understand what you are saying.

Welcome anyway.
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Old 12-29-2011, 04:18 AM
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Hello, just wanted to introduce myself, Iím Daniel, and Iím learning to play drums on my own. I play with a small back yard band in my spare time. Iím also writing a blog about some of the things Iím learning and my thoughts on them. If youíd like to check it out go to http://drummingpassion.vacau.com. I just started on it so thereís not much there. Feel free to leave comments and suggestions too. Thanks, and Peace!
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Old 12-29-2011, 02:55 PM
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I'm in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.

I've got a lovely old Slingerland kit, I'll get some pictures up here shortly.
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Old 12-29-2011, 05:26 PM
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Welcome to the madness!

Harry: Love your kit...very nice!
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Old 12-31-2011, 03:26 AM
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Real name? David
Age? 31
How long have you been playing? 21 years
Origin of user name? my initials
Your top 5 drummers? Phil Collins, Mike Portnoy, Steve Smith, Mike Mangini, Tony Royster Jr.
Make of drumkit? Yamaha Stage Custom (About to go bye bye though.)
Make of cymbal? Zildjian/Sabian
Where do you practice? on my kit, in my room on reel feel pad.
Are you in a band? Looking to start one. Otherwise I produce my own arrangements on my computer.
Do you play covers or originals? Originals
What style of music? Progressive Rock, jazz, latin, drum corps.
Favourite take out food? pizza
What country do you live in? USA, Maryland
How did you start drumming? My grandmother brought home a vintage Ludwig 4 piece kit when I was 9 and wanted me to learn how to play. I hated it at the time. I always wanted to play the trombone.
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Hi guys. My name is Ben. I am from Western Australia (a big, hot, dry desert state in Australia). I play a PREMIER GENISTA....90's model in terravadi green. 20" BD, 12" RT and 14" FT. I use Vic Firth F1 American Classic sticks (nylon tip). My snare is a Pearl Masters Sudio 14x5.5. I love Evans G2 clear for the toms and G1 for the rezos. My snare has a CS remo batter and diplomat rezo. My hats are 13" K custom bottom and A custom top, a 8" and 10" A custom splash, a 20" ping ride (all zildjian). My crashes are 16" Sabian HH xtra thin crash, and a 18" HH thin crash. I use a DB-30 Boss metronome plugged into a logitech subwoofer/speaker system for my practice. My fave drummers are Butch from the Eels, Rick Latham, Jay Lane (Primus) and ESPECIALLY Carter Beauford from TDMB. I use matched grip, I have a passion for rudiments and incorporating them using the "third hand concept" on the drumkit.
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Old 01-02-2012, 10:12 AM
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Hey all

Real name? Michael
Age? 19
How long have you been playing? Only about 2 years.
Origin of user name? Always been my nickname.
Your top 3 drummers? Neil Peart, Mike Portnoy, Chad Smith. Too many to mention decide
Make of drumkit? Which one? Pearl Forum, Mapex Saturn Series and a cheap electric kit.
Make of cymbal? Zildjian
Where do you practice? Spare room which is pretty much a music room :)
Are you in a band? Yes. Called Ninety % which is the local band in town. Got in about two years ago after the original drummer left town. Had a lot of learning to do. Still learning but enjoy playing regular gigs.
Do you play covers or originals? Covers
What style of music? We play mostly rock with a bit of country. Mostly covers of stuff like ACDC, Screaming Jets, The Angels. Have started doing covers of newer songs.
Favourite take out food? At the moment Subway
What country do you live in? Australia
One really odd fact about yourself? Im pretty odd yeah! haha
How did you start drumming? Well. Used to play a lot of Rock Band which lead to buying a kit even though I was not really good. Probably the best thing I ever bought and I am glad that I play in a band.
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Old 01-02-2012, 01:43 PM
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Hi, my name is Robin, 31 years old and from The Netherlands. Been playing drums for about 10 years now. Started out with guitar and piano, but switched to drums... because they make more noise!! }:o)

I came by this forum while googling for my new drumkit I just bought this weekend. I saved up some money and it was time for a REAL drumkit. It's a limited edition Tama Warlord Masai and one of the other forum members has this kit, too. It's absolutely awesome!

So I thought it'd be nice to register here and see what else is going on here! :)

Drums: Tama Warlord Masai (AWESOME!!!!)
-22"x18" Kick Drum
-14"x6" Snare Drum
-8"x7" Rack Tom
-10"x8" Rack Tom
-12"x9" Rack Tom
-14"x12" Floor Tom
-16"x14" Floor Tom

Cymbals: Amedia
- 14" Raw Rock Hi-Hats
- 18" Raw Rock ride
- 15" Classic Series Crash
- 17" Classic Series Crash
- 16" Thrace Series China
- 10" Thrace Series Splash

For practicing at home I have a Roland TD-9KX (all mesh heads), which is quite a nice kit, too. Considering it's an electronic set :o)

And before I got my Tama Warlord, I used (and probably will still use for most pub / bar gigs) my trustworthy PDP FX Series fusion kit. It's a fairly nice sounding and compact kit, 10"/12"/14" toms, 14" snare and 20" kick drum, but a little hard to tune. But overall a very nice kit, too.

So anyway, hi!

Uhm... pics? Yes... as soon as I take some :o)
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Old 01-02-2012, 01:44 PM
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