Right now my kits are Yamaha, Yamaha, Yamaha, and Yamaha. But after Easter I'm going to sell the Yamaha and the Yamaha, leaving me with just Yamaha and Yamaha. A friend offered to buy the Yamaha a few months ago but he's admitted now that he can't afford it. So that's one of the Yamahas that I'm selling. I'm also going to be selling another Yamaha because this weekend I bought a Yamaha kit and I need to sell the Yamaha to pay for it.
BTW, the above is literally true. AHM and RC are keepers; SC was sold but then backed out on, and Hip Gig Jr and SC will be for sale soon.
So how's the Yamaha working out for you?
Similar to the Yamaha?.......or different?
My current kits are almost all Ludwig from various eras and include Vistalites, Classic Maple, '50/60/70s 3-ply mahogany and 3-ply maple, '70s 6-ply, '40s Victory series, Keystone, Legacy Maple, Signet, and Neusonic (which are going on tour in 2 weeks!)
I started on Ludwig in the sixties and most drummers associate me with the brand even while I was an Impact endorser for over 20 years! But I've only been a Ludwig artist since 2006.
Bermuda, all I can say is wow, wow, wow! Do you have a favorite that you use now when you're on tour?Oh, there have been a few brands that went through my hands....
Sonor, Yamaha, Gretsch, Tama, Slingerland, Impact, Premier, Staccato, North, Whitehall, Corder, Blaemire, and additional Ludwigs beyond my current arsenal.
What a beautiful color snare! When I was at the Drum Center of Portsmouth Sunday I was looking for snare drums that were deep burgundy but there was nothing that caught my eye.