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Tude's drum set

Discussion in 'Turisas' started by wm_crash, Sep 10, 2009.

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  1. wm_crash

    wm_crash JaKoo-Zee MC

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    Does anyone know what drum heads Tude uses? I know he's endorsed by Evans, but I am trying to find which Evans models exactly.

    thanks much,
    wm_crash, the friendly hooligan
     
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    Tude New Metal Member

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    Hi!

    I´m using the Evans new prototype of EC2 on toms.Earlier I used the normal EC2.
    (EC resonant on the bottom side.)
    EQ2 Clear on the kickdrum and G2 Coated on the snaredrum.(Hazy 300 on resonant side.)
    Sometimes I change the Snare skin to the G1 but usually I play with G2.
     
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    wm_crash JaKoo-Zee MC

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    Awsome, thanks for the details!

    cheers,
    wm_crash, the friendly hooligan
     
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    Does anyone know which cymbals Tude uses.
    Thank you very much for any help.
     
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    wm_crash JaKoo-Zee MC

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    I've seen him with Sabian most of the time, and I did think I read some AAX on this YouTube:



    It's a smaller venue show, so the camera ventured close enough to the drummer.

    Anyone venture a guess on the sticks? :) My bet is on 5B's, oval tip :kickass:

    cheers,
    wm_crash, the friendly hooligan
     
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    thanks a lot. My bet on his sticks is 5A' tear tip^^.
     
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    *Mika* 'Bridget'

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    They're moving a tad too quickly for my eyes to see
    I guess these though
     
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    AndreasS Dutch Demon

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    I have 2 drumsticks, but I don't know shit about drumsticks so =/
     
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    you just need to write down what´s written on there ;)
    brand and the number with the letter ;))
    nothing more ^^
     
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    *Mika* 'Bridget'

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    *Shhhhhh* That's what I did:lol:
    I can only tell it's Tude's because its stained red
     
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    Has someone an idea which sices his cymbals got, i think it is 16",17",18" for the crashes, 14" for the hi hat, 20" for the ride, 18" for the china and 10 for the splash, if any one know the sices please tell me.
     
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    Tude New Metal Member

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    Hi!

    My favorite sticks are Vic firth´s American classic 5B.
    I've been using those for many years. Earlier I used 2B but it was too thick and heavy for me and I broke too many cymbals - so I changed to a lighter model.

    I've used different cymbal brands but I prefer the "big names" like Zildjian, Paiste and Sabian.
    Sizes are:

    Hi-hat 14"
    Ride 20"
    splash 8"
    China 20"
    Crashes 14",16",18" Sometimes I like to use 17" crash too..

    I hope you got answers to all your questions!

    -Tude
     
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    That's awesome, thanks alot man. Have a great time.
     
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    -also copied this in the FAQ for later on-
     
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    wm_crash JaKoo-Zee MC

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    Tude makes a great spokesperson :headbang:

    cheers,
    wm_crash, the friendly hooligan
     
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