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History of the drum kit

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  • History of the drum kit

    As the U.S. Civil War ends and slavery is abolished, drummers begin experimenting with ways that a single player can do the job of an entire percussion secti...

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    "It makes sense if you dont think about it"

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    • #3
      Excellent, watched all 15 parts!
      I could tell you where to stick that piezo! ;)
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      • #4
        I watched all of the episodes and could have watched more.
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        • #5
          I watched the 15 part series. Interesting that there was not a lot added to the drum set since the double bass drum in 1952.

          It would have been interesting if the series included electronic drums. It seems electronics are pretty common on acoustic kits these days -- from triggering rather miking select drums at shows to adding pads that trigger ethnic percussion on the side.