“Myself with OSSUARY, opening band for VADER on 14th July 2014 @ The Substation.
Thanks to Pantheon Percussion 5B drumsticks & 14 x 6.5 acrylic snare.”
The great Adam Shah on his day at Beep Studios. Awesome!
“Spent yesterday tracking drums for @wherewascharlie ‘s new record. So thankful for the opportunity. My hands are still wrecked from this marathon session. Special thanks to @pantheonpercuss @singaporedrumshop @stuwee @eugeneochia and of course @beepstudios #recording #vscocam #drums#drumporn #cymbaladdict“
In this 2nd year of operations, we will make the “Pantheon Percussion Snare Drum Scholarship” a reality.
In the past year, we have sponsored sticks to various individuals and groups of deserving drummers, as well as given hefty discounts on various snares to help drummers get a leg up in their drumming education. We will not announce who the recipients are for the sake of their privacy: this is not a competition.
To apply for this scholarship, please arrange for an interview with us if you meet the following criteria:
1. You are a Singapore Citizen below 21 years of age.
2. Your total monthly family income is below $2500
3. You are working towards a full-time career in drumming
4. Willing to perform for us as part of the selection process.
Interested parties may PM us here or at 97254846.
Three Pantheon Percussion snare workout for Aaron James Lee, my favourite, uber talented 19-year old. See it to believe it.
I have wondered to myself why so few people have bought our single-ply snares compared to our plywood snares. The difference in quality is so different, and the price difference is not so great, yet few people take them up despite their superiority, even on discount.
My best guess is: they just don’t know better.
We must strive to educate everyone to help us all progress and grow in knowledge. Perhaps then they will make more informed choices. All the more we need to open up the market up to the options out there. All the more we need to work hard to educate, not just build or sell drums. All the more we need to connect to, build up and influence the drummers out there, not just talk money. It’s just good business to do so.