Luke Holland is a great drummer, but he also did practice a lot on a special effect of a more visual kind. Flippin’ the sticks freely within the groove has become second nature.
This demo is Indonesian. Luckily, music and sound is a universal language so the main part of this video is perfectly understandable by everyone.
Morgan G Simpson buckles up and hijacks Jacob Collier’s take on Stevie Wonder’s ‘Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing’ in a tour de force of chops and flying sticks.
We have said it before, and now we’re saying it once again. The Solomon LoFReQ sound is hard to explain just in words – it needs to be heard to be believed.
Sure, it’s great to have a truckload of great endorsers, but sometimes it’s also just great to know that your products are being out to good use everywhere.
Who said the LoFReQ subkick from Solomon can’t be used to beef up the kick in jazz music? Well, Joel Fountain found a way to use it in a subtle way so it complements his jazz kit perfectly.
The Fusion sticks are in between a 5A and a 5B stick (width) and they’re a little bit longer. They also have a rounded tip and a short taper, but what does this all mean when you play them?
The concept behind a ‘subkick’ is well known to many. The short version is that it’s a reversed speaker that picks up the sub-harmonic content, adding significant rumble – in a good way!
This is a very cool little lesson by James Murphy. As he explains, it’s not a fill or a lick, but rather something subtle, yet very effective, that will help you ‘color’ your groove a bit.
You may have considered a subkick, but found that too many questions and uncertainties arose and therefore never got around to actually try it. Well, here are your answers.