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astill89

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About astill89

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  • Birthday 01/19/1989

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    Male
  • Location
    Australia
  • Interests
    Drums, Engineering, Producing, Actually sitting down and listening to music (done so rarely nowadays), martial arts
  1. over the hills and far away, the immigrant song, no quarter, communication breakdown, no idea, all my love. Good one man, the others were alright to find, not too hard just that second to last one eludes me for the time being, let's see if anyone else gets that one down.
  2. I utterly love them, takes a bit of getting used to but once you're used to it, it really allows you to get lots of dynamics out of the kick drum. it's main downfall is sturdiness, if you have a heavy foot, it can easily break on you, I broke the bearing on the side of mine clean off within 6 months of having it, but once it's back up and running it'll be the only one I use (unless it breaks again!) Cheers, sean
  3. i actually think that some of the best examples of bonzo's groove and co-ordination are in poor tom and D'yer Mak'er, the latter for it's general groove and oddly-timed fills but poor tom for the consistant co-ordination throughout between his feet and his hands and feet also. It one of those grooves that you listen to and say "No Problem! gimme 10 minutes" then you sit down at the drums and you emerge 10 minutes later and go "that's harder than I thought" and it takes you absolutely ages to get all of the nuances of the style down. Sean
  4. I've got a mapex v series kit (rock sizes) and the Ludwig Stainless Steel Zep Kit
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