One snare drum, two Aquarian drum heads and three different tunings reveal three distinct flavors of pure awesomeness. Whatever your taste in snare tuning might be, Aquarian has your back – and then some!
We dig all kinds of music! Sure, we may talk a lot about rock, but totally recognize it when we meet and listen to great funk, soul and jazz players too. Carl Allen is one of those cases and he demos his Vater sticks and brushes in this cool video.
Different moves, different grooves. Different strokes, different folks. Sure, we all hear things differently and have a unique set of preferences, but when you hear this A/B test there is no denial that Aquarian just adds more beef!
Looping has been hot for several years, and there are no immediate indicators that the whole loop craze was just a flavour of the month phenomenon. Just one more reason why Solomon’s new Puq mic for cajon is a brilliant idea!
Vater Drum Sticks and Chad Smith of The Red Hot Chili Peppers have stuck (pun intended) together for 25 years, now celebrating their silver anniversary. Congrats, guys and here’s to another 25 years!
We are super proud to welcome a new drum brand in our portfolio. Aquarian drum heads are among the best you will ever find, and we’re ready to deliver them from April 2018 in Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
Solomon really nailed it with their LoFreq sub-mic for kick drums. Now they do it again, simply zooming in on a single application and a specific market segment – in this case cajon players. And then simply nailing it!
Kristina Schiano knows how to attract a huge crowd on YouTube. And how to hit those drums good! Check out this video, as she beats up those barrels with her Vater Sugar Maple Concert drum sticks.
Sure, the LoFReQ sub mic from Solomon was created with kick drums in mind. But just like some bass players have also used it on their cabs, no rules are set in stone when it comes to recording.
Daric Bennett threw a challenge on YouTube and drummer Moog 167 soon picked it up, adding drums with a beefy kick, thanks to the LoFReQ, to a bass groove.