Nice set and cymbals! I like the story that was told through the solo. The stuff you were doing on the snare about halfway through seemed deceptively simple.
Thank You grippa. Try a solo. Don't be shy. This forum is supposed to be about learning and playing. Start out with a rhythm and slowly build on it.Dang Bob that was awesome-I wouldn't even try a four minute solo. Seafroggy man that was drivin' too-worked great with whole song. You dudes know how to solo.
How about some drum solos featuring equipment?Thanks froggy, and nice solo. You kept the energy going and the audience reacted. You played smoothly and everything flowed.
A drum solo should fit the context of the tune and yours did.
Keep em coming everybody. There is too much talk about gear around here and not enough playing being presented. I want to see solos from players of all levels.
OK pgm, that's fair, solos that feature gear. Nice snare collection and nice playing technique in the vids.
Thanks,Good efforts 2under.
You had a theme for each solo. You expended on the theme. You went about 3 mins with the second solo.
If you develop your traditional grip right hand a bit more you will find it easier to be smoother.
It appears that you have a nice collection of kits.
Nice work! Love the medium-sized combo you got going there. Just having 3 or so horns can make a lot of difference.
I've been away for the last few days running a festival Bob http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1371042#post1371042BTW, Where the heck are Larry, Bo, and Andy?