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  • Prominent band with Vdrums!

    Hey All, I was cruising through Youtube when I came across these magnificent sounding videos of a pretty big and majorly talented 80's band reunited and with the drummer using a TD20 kit!!!
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=FXAhYlTbk9Y
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=AMjzxHzZnnI
    My Electronics Gear:
    Roland Rack
    Modules-TD5, TD12:)
    Drums- 1 PD-120, 3 PD-100's,Pacific Chameleon Kit with mesh heads and homemade crossbar internal triggers
    Pads-1 PD9,4 PD8's,KD7 Kick,KD8 Kick
    Cymbals- 2 CY-14's, 1 CY-15, 1 CY-5, 2 CY6's, Pintech 10"&16"
    VST - EZ Drummer, Superior Drummer

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    They're far from the only ones using e-drums, the most famous right now IMO is (+44), but its not surprising that more are using them. I doubt that the majority of bands will use e-drums all the time for a while, but you can see that more small bands are going that way.

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    • #3
      That's way cool, Laystay.
      I loved Tears for Fears in the 80's and it is great to see them back together again and playing big live shows

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      • #4
        We saw the Everyday Prophets ( reggae band from Protland, Oregon)last year at an outdoor concert at lake CoeurD'Alene. Their drummer had e-drums.....He did a great job and the drums sounded very good. I couldn't quite see to tell what he had for his kit.



        Michael

        TD-3 etc.....
        Michael

        TD-12/Gibraltar rack/Pintech Concertcast drums 12" snare, 1 12" tom, 2 10" toms, 8" mesh kick, Visulite cymbals, 14" dual zone crash, 13" hi-hat, 18" 3 zone ride and 2 Dingbats, Roland PM-10, iPod, Zildjian anti-vibe sticks, Roc-N-Soc throne with backrest, Yamaha snare stand, Tama Iron Cobra pedal and HH75W hi-hat stand, Sennheiser HDR 110 wireless headphones. V-expressions 80's and 90's Giggin' Kits and Both Top 50 drummers (hopefully functional soon)

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        • #5
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ES8yaJRf0fI

          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lT2X...eature=related

          Rod Morgenstein uses them.
          Music is not my passion, it's my obsession...
          www.oblyvion.com
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          • #6
            Wang Chung (Daza) uses custom kits I created. He's a member here too.
            Alan
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            • #7
              Lets all not forget the back half of Neil Peart's kit.
              TD-6v, (3x)CY-8, (4x)PD-8's (2x)PD-6's (1x)PD-80R (1)KD-8 http://www.cstoliker.com/Drums/

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              • #8
                The links in the beginning are from The Night of the Proms. It's a Belgian show in which classical music and instruments are mixed with modern music. The drummer you see is a member of "The Electric Band" that plays in the show. One pretty much every year returning artist is John Miles. His "Music" became a classic on the show.

                http://www.notp.com/belgie/antwerpen/home

                The show actually consists of The Electric Band (above mentionned) and Il Novecento (symphonic orchestra + choir), conducted by Robert Groslot.


                Stijn
                'lectric drumma
                Roland TD-20, Hart Dynamics 7.6, 2 x PD-7, extra PD-7 and Hart Snare laying around, Vic Firth Dave Weckl signature sticks, Axis A-longboards double pedal, Sony MDR-CD780 headphones and not enough inputs.

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