HunterR
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ABOUT

I am a drummer looking for a band that wants to make it big. I am very dedicated and have no problem with traveling for gigs and even touring. I can read sheet music but mainly play by ear. I dream to one day be able to rely entirely on music as my career. I want to travel and play with a band in front of huge crowds. I have a great stage presence and get very into the music.

Screen name:
HunterR
Member since:
Nov 07 2016
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
8
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
4-5 nights a week
Most available:
Nights

Influences

I was intrigued with percussion instruments at a very early age and have spent my life since then in the pursuit of music. In highschool i was percussion section leader for over four years of my seven years being there. I then moved on to college and played in a college marching band for a little while until i became dissinterested in school and chose to enter the work force. I have played with a few local bands but never really found interest in one in particular due to the fact that i was always performing at a slightly more advanced level than the "average joe". My least favorite thing in this world is to see a band full of musicians with wonderful talent that can play some of the more difficult songs in their genre but they dont know how to entertain a crowd.

Instrument experience:

Drums:
Expert

EQUIPMENT

I have three durmsets in total.
1. A marbled red 20 peice pearl set that ranges close to $10,000. I keep this set shined and waxed on a regular basis. (strictly for performing)
2. A black 12 peice pearl set that i use strictly for practicing purposes only.
3. And last but not least, a $5,000 15 peice Sonar set that i have mainly as a backup performing set in case something goes wrong.
(In the music business, its better to be safe than sorry.)
+Drum Mics
+Two double bass pedals
+Three single bass pedals
+Boom Mic and stand for recording overhead sounds.