The only way to say "street musician" more clearly would be to add a plastic bucket.
These clip onto any drums and the software is sophisticated enough to be able to map different sounds in various ways based on your playing. Check out their demo videos, they're really impressive.
I didn't see anything in on the Pearl site about a light option for their Havana Series congas, which is a real shame.
This guy has cleared this level before.
The Cymbolt not only makes putting up and taking down your kit quicker, it also ensures that the action on your cymbal is always the same.
These weather-tolerant musical installations are tuned to pentatonic scales so that anyone can make harmonious noise.
As someone who has spent an inordinate amount of time adjusting mic positions, I can really appreciate the utility of this system.
With the turn of a knob you can put the chains into contact with your cymbal for that sizzling sound.
Recycled from broken cymbals, the Crop Circle can be put on a snare, tom, or even another cymbal.
That's the catch phrase that for their Advanced Heel Pedestal System (AHPS). That's all any new product really needs, a catch phrase and an acronym.
You'd never expect to beat on something marked Fragile.
These drums look like they tell a story of a mysterious man in a hat who tells you about a shipwreck and can provide a map, for a fee.
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