Around 2009 I reviewed Sonor’s SQ2 kit. I liked those drums. They were my first time playing a high end Sonor kit and a bit of an expectation going forward was set. That line of
Bass drum beaters may seem a bit of a dull subject; they’re not really that exciting after all. However, all beaters are not created equally, or the same. It may be that you’ve bought a
Tama’s SLP line has been a round for a while now but it seems to always keep getting bigger. One of the latest additions is the Fat Spruce snare came out not too long ago.
There’s been a resurgence in the last few years involving lightweight, flat-based stands. Gibraltar’s take on this has included both straight and boom cymbal stands, a snare stand (which wasn’t available for the video) and
Over the last sixteen years I’ve reviewed many Gretsch drums, both kits and snares, and yet I’ve still never owned a Gretsch drum myself. I’m not sure why as I’ve pretty much always enjoyed them.
We recently got to try some of the [still] fairly new S Family cymbals. The S Family is a series made from B12 bronze. The series are lathed top and bottom, are quite heavily hammered
I’ve noticed the chatter on some drum forums that many people seem to have got excited about this new bass drum pedal. At first glance, this may seem a bit of an odd design. That
Peter Erskine Records The last few weeks I’ve been in a little jazz bubble, enjoying listening to a couple of records by the great Peter Erskine. The first of these is Second Opinion from Peter
It was only fairly recently that I started to see the name Pure Alloy popping up. Now, I accept I may have missed something somewhere, but it did seem to me that these cymbals kind
So this is my second foray into the world of Sia drums, the first being here. That original drum I reviewed had a certain feel to it and this drum has that same feel. It’s