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Pat Mastellotto is a Freak!! Ijust saw him with Crimson!!

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  • Pat Mastellotto is a Freak!! Ijust saw him with Crimson!!

    I just have to say that Pat ROCKED MY WORLD this past monday. I just saw Crimson on the first night of thier tour in Cincinnati, OH. They we awesome!! Pat proved to me that the VDRUMS were not toys, they are a very very serious pieces of of gear, and we are only scratching the surface with what our instruments can do!! Hell! He was breaking sticks on the v's for christ sake! I am am sorry...but I officaly turned into a groupie that night!! yes...I *****ed out! I definently looking at my edrums in a diffrent light now. I have so many ideas now!! If any body wants blow by blow details of what went down!! POST TO THIS SUBJECT!!!!
    Matt "The Gladiator DP" Saunders

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    Originally posted by MattSDP:
    If any body wants blow by blow details of what went down!! POST TO THIS SUBJECT!!!!
    You mean Subject yourself to this Post!!

    Jeff

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    • #3
      Originally posted by MattSDP:
      ...I am am sorry...but I officaly turned into a groupie that night
      You're female?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by MattSDP:
        I just have to say that Pat ROCKED MY WORLD this past monday. I just saw Crimson on the first night of thier tour in Cincinnati, OH. They we awesome!! Pat proved to me that the VDRUMS were not toys, they are a very very serious pieces of of gear, and we are only scratching the surface with what our instruments can do!! Hell! He was breaking sticks on the v's for christ sake! I am am sorry...but I officaly turned into a groupie that night!! yes...I *****ed out! I definently looking at my edrums in a diffrent light now. I have so many ideas now!! If any body wants blow by blow details of what went down!! POST TO THIS SUBJECT!!!!
        Were you close enough to see what his rack(s) consisted of?



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        • #5
          Originally posted by szvook:
          Were you close enough to see what his rack(s) consisted of?
          svook, the last issue of the Roland Users Group Magazine did an exclusive on him w/pictures and interviews and everything.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Marc.:
            svook, the last issue of the Roland Users Group Magazine did an exclusive on him w/pictures and interviews and everything.
            SOB!

            Iíve subscribed to that magazine some time back and have yet to receive one copy!

            No surprise there, typical Roland Ė but magazine subscriptions for crying out loud, they canít even get that right.

            Oh well I guess I have to contact Roland again or go down to a music store.

            SOB!



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            • #7
              If anyone that has the last issue of Roland Users Group Magazine and wouldnít mind sending it out to me I will pick up the postage fee.

              Thanks in advance.


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              szvook
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              • #8
                I have a copy of that Roland Users Group , but I am not giving it away ha ha , but here is the an online copy for free .
                http://www.rolandus.com/USERS/RUG/SP...astelotto.html



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                [This message has been edited by redman (edited July 26, 2001).]
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                • #9
                  You are luckey to see KC, as they are not going to be in chicago. (anyone going to see Tool/KC ? Pat M has said the drum rig has changed since last tour.

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                  • #10
                    A few years back I saw the duo trio, with Pat Mastelotto and Bill Bruford.
                    Unreal.
                    Fripp, Belew, Levin, Gunn,...lots of sounds coming from stage.
                    But I think it was more acoustic at the time.

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                    td 8,
                    pintech pads,gibraltor rack JBL G2 EON 15 AND Mackie srs-1500, yamaha maple customs, remo jazz kit, buttloads of cymbals...
                    The original Gig Pig.

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                    • #11
                      Is that Roland's new ddrum3 clone on the upper left side??


                      Erik

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                      • #12
                        I put that pick up to see who would be the first ddrum guy to mention it. My money was on Putt . Pat pulls out all the stops. What a gear pig .

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                        [This message has been edited by redman (edited July 27, 2001).]
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                        • #13
                          Thanks redman!


                          Pat Masetelotto seems to have a lab for a rig

                          Sweet set up.


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                          szvook
                          Studio

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                          • #14
                            [QUOTE]Originally posted by szvook:
                            Thanks redman!


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                            No problem-o



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                            • #15
                              Pat's kit is a monster. It used to be an all electronic set, but he's gone back to real cymbals, snare, and bass drums on the most recent US tour. With all the stuff he has, ddrum included, it's hard to tell out of all the sounds he uses which sounds are the V-drums.

                              Did anyone see Crimson's ProjeKct 2 in concert? I have their "Live Groove" disc, and on it, Adrian Belew plays only V-Pros. I think it gives a clearer example of the V's in a live band. Adrian deliberately uses electric, processed-sounding timbres, which we know the V's provide handily. The track "The Deception of The Thrush" is a nice example of Adrian's use of the electronic V-drum sounds to create a moody piece. Compare it to Pat's version: when Pat plays the song, he plays it much heavier. In this case, both are good, but I prefer Adrian's.

                              Glad to know you've become a KC convert, MattSDP. I've already seen them at two performances in Denver earlier this year, and look forward to seeing them again next Thursday (8/2/01) in Boulder (a solo show without Tool). Their preformances lately seem to have much more energy than on their THRAK tour, perhaps due to their playing in a smaller configuration in smaller venues, for a more "concentrated" experience. Highly recommended.

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