While watching a documentary about "The Grapes of Wrath" I watched clips of both Arlo Guthrie and old recordings of Woody Guthrie from the 1930's in it.
This got me to thinking about musical torchbearer's.
Who else carried down a musical legacy?
The new Yamaha Absolute Hybrid Maple kit arrived with their clear factory heads which sound fine. Punchy, though rather mid-range focused.
I'm wanting different heads to play these drums in an acoustic environment with piano, sax etc... Any recommendations for these shells?
It does! Also very crisp and it's extremely sensitive and articulate. I imagine having something to do with the combination of the bearing edges, the stave design of crazy thick walls and and a snare mechanism with very fine threads to dial in the right tension.
I've got Remo Renaissance...
I was on FB for years. I logged off of it when computer got upgraded, reset a bunch of security settings, then was informed I'd need to provide supporting documentation such as drivers license or utility bills to get my password back to be able to rest it.
This wasn't a government agency...
I stumbled across this and if you can ignore the somewhat Expert Village appearance of it, there's some 'meat and potatoes' advice that would serve most people well...
Welcome! This forum has a wealth of knowledge and experience ranging from enthusiasts to seasoned professionals.
First off... Are you a drummer who is looking to choose/buy gear?
Perhaps you already have these and are you looking at how to choose them musically within the context of a song...