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Must have DVD for drummers....

Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by GeertSamuel, Mar 9, 2010.

  1. Zack Uidl

    Zack Uidl Member

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    I love to watch drummers and I don't ever drum. I still would prefer Bobby Jarzombek but this guy is killer as well
     
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    PhilR Studio Scapegoat

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    Personally, I really don't like these kinds of videos. I mean, he's an awesome drummer and all but the vast majority of players will simply not be able to relate to this demonstration of chops on such a ridiculously huge kit. When you set yourself so far from the average it just becomes a big spectacle of showing off in my opinion. I'd much rather watch a Bryan Mantia vid as he can demonstrate killer chops on fuck all of a drumkit, but I can gain much more from that.
     
  3. J the TyranT

    J the TyranT Thats just how it is...

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    Dude some drummers just like gloves, bro. Some guys tape the fuck outta their sticks, too. I do neither. If Im gonna be tracking for ages Ill tape a few spots on my fingers to keep blisters down, but thats about it. I DO own a set of gloves but I RARELY use em... only when my hands get just awfully sweaty to keep sticks from potentially flyin' abouts.
     
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    this music is more gay than crabcore i think ;p
     
  5. GeertSamuel

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    I have huge bister problem on my right hand..there's nothing wrong with my technique. I've asked 2 previous teachers of mine to check into that, and both said I wasn't doing anything wrong.. So I only use a glove on my right hand..
     
  6. Loren Littlejohn

    Loren Littlejohn Lover of all boobage.

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    I sort of wish he was playing a 4 piece with a double kick pedal, 2 crashes, a ride, a china, and a set of hats.
     
  7. MetalJonesy

    MetalJonesy more metal, more booze!!!

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    i always have masive blister problems when playing drums... maybe its caus i hit em soo fuckin hard :-D

    think the music is wicked! gnna have to check some of the other material out!
     
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    I wear gloves so I don't have to work too hard at keeping hold of my sticks. I just use cheap builders gripper gloves though, none of yer fancy branded shit.

    I've had some ridiculous blisters on my left hand (right hand was never too bad) but I seem to be avoiding them for the last couple of practices. Hopefully I've finally toughened up. :p
     
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    Check out this DVD. Legendary drummer with a pretty basic (except two rides) setup.

     
    #29 wlkr, Mar 11, 2010
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