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I am an experienced drummer currently involved in a few projects but am always on the lookout for a great local band who is on the lookout for a hard hitting professional. I am a guy who can play most anything, but my thing is hard rock.

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May 20 2017
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Years playing music:
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week
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Pineapple Thief, Steven Wilson, Pain of Salvation, STP, Teenage Wrist, At the Drive-in, Dopapod, Nothing But Thieves, Black Foxxes, Royal Blood, etc.

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I play two different kits depending on the application needed. One is a Tama 4 piece big crashes and hats, has a great low end, loud and deep but clean, and the other is the Roland TD-50K. The Roland is the very latest V-Drum flagship and it packs one hell of a punch. I run it through a Simon's amp that kicks out 1100 w. and the whole thing links seamlessly into any PA. The sound quality is fairly badass, as is the versatility. I can make just about anything happen with that kit. For live performances, I like to use the Tama kit, but triggering the bass, snare and toms through the TD-50 "brain" is cool but not required. I get a kick out of blending tech for more depth and punch while preserving an organic sound that fits the music. I'll gladly play the Roland's live but I just think a "real" drum set looks better on stage. I do have an acoustic bass drum on V-Drums for show with the Roland bass drum tucked neatly inside. Looks good.