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    I'm not sure if this will play as I'm fighting copyright issues.
    Some see it some don't..

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    Ummm, like super wow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bish View Post
    Ummm, like super wow!
    It's stupid, it works on my phone but not my computer and I can't figure it out.
    It shows up on the link but when I click it, it says unavailable.
    Stupid copyrights. . .

    So you got to see it. I'm glad to hear Mark. Since it was your kit
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    Very entertaining!

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    You use more energy on 1 song than I did in 4 sets.

    Must have been in the mushroom patch again.

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    Awesome playing Spaz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickdrummer View Post
    You use more energy on 1 song than I did in 4 sets.

    Must have been in the mushroom patch again.
    hahaha! Yeah it gets out of hand sometimes lol
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    No problem seeing it here or on FB. Nice job.

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    I got it solved with youtube and the copyright.
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    Cool, Spaz................I like it.
    Is your DB pattern always a right-foot lead or does it matter ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo View Post
    Cool, Spaz................I like it.
    Is your DB pattern always a right-foot lead or does it matter ?
    For me doesn't matter.
    I actually enjoy using my left foot for a lot of my playing.. (when I'm not standing and goofing off that is)
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    Solid! Great showmanship too man, love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpazApproved View Post
    For me doesn't matter.
    I actually enjoy using my left foot for a lot of my playing.. (when I'm not standing and goofing off that is)
    I began drum set at 9 years old on a Ludwig kit that was owned by a older friend.............he was right-handed.
    Even though I'm a lefty, I always learned on a righty set-up..............and all my college instructors were righty.
    I can play most DB patterns with either lead but the left lead is the natural/default feel.
    So.............I'm all messed up but somehow find a way to get it done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo View Post
    I began drum set at 9 years old on a Ludwig kit that was owned by a older friend.............he was right-handed.
    Even though I'm a lefty, I always learned on a righty set-up..............and all my college instructors were righty.
    I can play most DB patterns with either lead but the left lead is the natural/default feel.
    So.............I'm all messed up but somehow find a way to get it done.
    Yeah I'm also a lefty. That's why I also play a lot of open hand.
    One kit was setup left handed for years just to teach myself both ways.
    I also have a couple of lefty students.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo View Post
    I began drum set at 9 years old on a Ludwig kit that was owned by a older friend.............he was right-handed.
    Even though I'm a lefty, I always learned on a righty set-up..............and all my college instructors were righty.
    I can play most DB patterns with either lead but the left lead is the natural/default feel.
    So.............I'm all messed up but somehow find a way to get it done.
    I'm a natural lefty but became ambidextrous in grammar school. In those days, the teachers would take the pen or pencil out of your left hand and put it in your right hand but, at home, I would do my homework left handed.

    I play the drums right handed because that's all you saw IF you saw a drummer on TV, so I figured that was how you had to set them up.

    "when I'm not standing and goofing off that is"

    When might that be Zack?

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    Spaz, I think those kind of visuals are just super cool, man! Looks like we have our own Zoltan Cheney in our midst now!!!!

    If we peek back into history, this kind of "showy" drumming has been around for a long time. Besides the stick twirling, guys like Fred Astair incorporated these things into a few of his movies, including the "flying stick" trick where the stick is thrown onto the floor (or drum) and goes sailing into the air, then falling back into the drummer's hand. Man, I would love to have the initiative to learn those tricks.

    By the way, you and the band sound good, my friend.

    GeeDeeEmm

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    I'm right handed but learned drumming left handed from my neighbor who was the reason I even play today.

    At 10 years old or there abouts who knew there was a difference?

    So while watching all the bands on TV ('60's tv in B&W) I realized by watching all the "right handed" drummers that I was playing what I thought was backwards so I spent much time relearning drums right handed.

    What a DOLT. I missed out on being more ambo but it wasn't a thing way back then. I was still jamming on pillows.
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