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Mon, Aug. 24th, 2009, 12:16 am
misscrashradio: A question

So I'm a left handed soon-to-be drummer. Does anyone have any diagrams of how I could set this up, I read there's a certain way.

Mon, Aug. 24th, 2009, 12:11 am
misscrashradio: Lets get this party fxcking STARTED

>Name: Nickie, Nick or Miss crash
Age: 15
Gender: Female
Years Playing: Just wanting to start
Favorite Band: Digging Aerosmith at the moment
Favorite Drummer: Gonna get flamed for this but Gustav Schafer, the man who inspired me to drum
Favorite Drumset: unknown, for now
Favorite Cymbal(s): Zildjian <-- I heard those were good

Describe your set: Invisible and made up of gas. Also my knees
Influences: Tre Cool, Schafer, Lawless etc...
Recomend one band with a good drummer: Ambulance

Fri, Jun. 23rd, 2006, 11:53 am
lildrummin7: (no subject)

Hey, everyone. Sorry, I had 100% no idea people even joined this community that I started 14 centuries ago.  Well I'm back now and I think we should get the community going as the only drum community where people exist. I'm going to make a survey we can all fill out to get us talking and what not and everyone spread the word.

Sat, Jun. 17th, 2006, 01:00 pm
feynmans_oj: Sad Day for Me, Potentially Awesome Day for You or Someone You Know!!

I listed my drums on eBay, check 'em out and bid if you are interested!

Check 'Em Out


Wed, May. 24th, 2006, 07:34 pm
feynmans_oj: Drums for Sale

OK people, here is the deal:
I will be moving to Boston to start my teaching career in the fall. Therefore, I will not have a) space to store my drums nor b) time to play them. I am also broke, so as much as it pains me to potentially offer my drums for sale, I love them and would rather pass the love to someone else who will love them as much as me than have them collect dust and feel lonely and neglected.

However, I will need them to play gigs and close out my band's (www.sarkastiks.com) life until about the end of June.  SO, if you or anyone of you know might be in the drum market around that time, or can at least wait until that time for some new-to-you drums please let me know.  Here is the lowdown on the drums:

Sat, Jul. 30th, 2005, 08:50 am
_sprinkle_13: (no subject)

Hey! Im new here.

Tue, Dec. 21st, 2004, 12:34 am
mrbubs: (no subject)

perhaps we should start linking the community to the local music communities of our respective cities.

Fri, Dec. 17th, 2004, 02:45 pm
_mynameismud: (no subject)

You're right-all the other drumming communities do suck.
anyone got suggestions for a cheap yet semi-decent double pedal?

Thu, Dec. 9th, 2004, 11:33 pm
mrbubs: I found, and I joined

for anyone who catches this...

I'm a multi-instrumentalist, but as of late, I've been playing drums quite often. I've been playing for about three years now, and I think I've done pretty well without any form of instruction. Anyhow, I tend to favor 7 piece sets with two 20 x 22 bass drums, one 18 x 16 floor tom, one 16 x 16 floor tom, two toms (12 x 13, 10 x 12), and a snare, which I'm indifferent on in terms of tone (though I do tend to favor a crisp hit as opposed to a mellow or hollow snare timbre). I typically like two crashes, one 16", one 15", a 21" ride, and a 12-14" high hat cymbals.

Influences for drumming include Mike Dee of Motorhead, Bill Ward of Sabbath, John Bonham, Neil Peart, Mitch Mitchell, Keith Moon, Dave Lombardo, Matt Sorum, and Scott Travis (judas priest for Painkiller). Yes, I like double-bass action.

As of late, I've been paying heavy attention to the drum work of Nick Menza, and I've become aware of the awesomeness of John "Sib" Hashian, and Cozy Powell. I'm thinking about tracking down some material with Carmine Appice on it, but I'm kind of hesitant. Thoughts?

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