4-piece 10/12/13/20 “Urban” pancake kit in “Ocean Blue Fade” finish.
The ‘Urban’ configuration is an inexpensive, multi-function pancake drum kit with dual usable surfaces. One side is a regular drum-set skin, while the other side is a mesh head. It is dry, low-volume, and won’t wake the neighbours.
The “Ocean Blue Fade” finish is a four-part fade of white, blue, purple, and black. Some have commented that they look like water-colour paintings.
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These drums are beautiful and sound great, what more can be said? Check out my brush playing accompanying myself on a #Jazz Double #Bass Etude by Lou Fischer. After being served faithfully many years, I’m supremely honoured to be added to their roster of #artistes I’m also recording with the #soundbrenner #soundbrennerpulse @soundbrenner and using #cooperman sticks @coopermancompany 🍻 to further collaboration! Let us keep art strong during these trying times of #covid19
I was at Tonehouse Studios today to give the snares a little TLC: they had been heavily used in the last few weeks since Tonehouse opened its doors. Many a drummer has had fun on them and many a hard-hitting gig held at the venue.
I noted that the drummers tended to crank the original heads (Evans HD Dry) really tight. I think they were trying to get more attack out of the snares than the HD Dry really allowed. The HD Dry is a really thick and phat sounding head which I had put on for studio tracking purposes.
As an experiment, I went with Aquarian’s Hi Energy head on the Aluminium snare and the New Orleans Special on the Myrtle stave snare. Now the snares sound a lot more open and have much more of the attack and high frequencies audible. Those were easily tamed with a little dampening for a fatter tone when required, making this a far more versatile set up.
We listen. We do this because we want our drummers to have the best experience and the best sound possible in our little venue. We do this because we are Tonehouse Studios. Make a booking today and #playpantheon everybody!
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Custom 13×7 aluminium snare in a beautiful “Jupiter” patina finish for an international customer. The finish was done by our good friend @predator_percussion and this is one of our many international collaborations. We source the best from around the world and we share and respect each other’s work often.
To do this snare justice we put on a combination of brass and gold hardware, with a royal purple snare strap for the Canopus Vintage Dry snare wires. It’s a beautiful snare and sounds very articulate, punchy and meaty.
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Custom 12-ply 14×7 Bubinga snare with black nickel hardware and brass accents. The yellow gold strap was for extra personality.
Dale and Tabitha of Noivil Studios had been telling me of their interest in trying a Bubinga snare for certain recordings. They wanted projection and power, yet depth and tone. We agreed that we should experiment, and come up with a killer aesthetic while we were at it.
This snare is looking and sounding absolutely delicious. Come try it out.
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