Behind every great drum groove, fill or lick are hours and hours of practicing. Nothing really beats hard work and patience, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be boring getting better.
The legendary studio and recording magazine, Mix, tested the Solomon LoFReQ in the studio and found it perfect for picking up sub-harmonic content. They didn’t really find any cons, though…
Stacy Jones is a versatile drummer who tours with such different acts as Miley Cyrus, Letter to Cleo, Everclear and The Lemonheads. But regardless of artist or band, Vater is in his stick bag.
Sound on Sound takes a look at the Solomon LoFReQ sub-microphone. The test evolves around a large 24″ kick, as well as a smaller 20″ to get something from each end of the kick spectrum.
Long-time Vater artist, Derrick Wright, currently tours the world with Adele, bringing no less than 5 Vater products along. Most of them sticks, but also a few other groove tools.
Daru Jones has become the go-to drummer in Hip Hop, and we all know that in Hip Hop the currency that really matters is gold. That’s why the Daru Jones LoFReQ signature model is in sparkling gold!
Ben Thompson of Two Door Cinema coincidentally met with Vater at a music store demo event, and since that day he has been one of Vater’s dedicated endorsers.
The Solomon LoFReQ sub kick has only one purpose. To fatten up your bass drum. And in this short demo, you get to hear exactly that – and only that.
Cajon has become very popular and Jen Lowe has zoomed in on this instrument. Vater is the company to take up the challenge of developing a brush that is perfect for this task.
Daru Jones has his very own gold-sparkling signature version of the kick-ass kick mic from Solomon. Check out as he takes it out for a spin in the studio in this video.