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Tuesday, December 11, 2007 - 12:18 PM

MEINL DRUM FESTIVAL 2007 - Part VI

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Derek Roddy

Roddy

Derek Roddy

Band:

Serpents Rise, Traumedy

Drumming since:

1977

With MEINL since:

July 2007

Birthday:

August 27, 1972

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11 responses to "MEINL DRUM FESTIVAL 2007 - Part VI"

TommyJohn posted on Jun 26, 2008 - 22:18 PM

Different how he is right handed & has the larger tom 13' i'm guessing on the left side.

larry lehman posted on Jul 01, 2008 - 21:49 PM

hes awsome and love the bass drum work

bobelidou posted on Jul 08, 2008 - 23:59 PM

I dont think in his real set he put the 13" in the center between an 10 and 12 I think me too I put my tom like this I loved more this and I am right handed

Martin posted on Nov 06, 2008 - 23:41 PM

Actually the toms are 8", 12", and 10" up front. He has a 12x14" on his left side and 14x14 and 16x16 on his right. His cymbal setup is a lot different now than what's on his profile.

tj posted on Jan 14, 2009 - 3:43 AM

actually his set up now is 8" 12" and 10" for the rack toms and a 14 x 12 on his left and now his right floor toms ar 16" and an 18" he described his kit on an interview during M.D. Fest!! his kit was set up awkwardly to help him develop his left foot's independence!!! in total, HE'S A BEAST!!!

Robin posted on Apr 15, 2009 - 12:25 PM

Who cares!!!

josh posted on Nov 07, 2009 - 4:24 AM

DAMN!!.. i love how his bass drum sound!!!!... but it´s too difficult to get that sound... he´s pretty goo too!...

Steven posted on Jan 21, 2010 - 19:12 PM

pretty good dereks the best drumer in the word well at least two or three under slayers dave lmbardo

Mitsuyoshi posted on Mar 30, 2013 - 22:19 PM

Some parts of your question have been anrwesed. Often times you will see more than one crash or ride. But the types of cymbals are usually crash, ride, hi-hats, splash or china.I have been playing for over 30 years. I am a cymbal junkie.I will agree with one of the previous people and say there is no best brand. Every brand makes good and bad stuff. Depends totally on your taste.Go to a drum shop and hit some cymbals till you hear a sound you like. Now price can also be a issue but there are some good ones even in the entry level area. Do not be afraid to check into used cymbals either, sometimes you can find a gem. I would also recommend going with quality over quantity right now. Better to have a few good sounding cymbals than a bunch of OK but not great ones.There is a another person who recommended some other lesser known brands another one is UFIP, they are made in Italy. Very nice cymbals. They also have a top notch entry level too.Again I have to say go and listen to some before you even think about buying. Also look at some of the drummers you like or the songs you like and find out what they are playing.Good luck.References :

Mitsuyoshi posted on Mar 30, 2013 - 22:19 PM

Some parts of your question have been anrwesed. Often times you will see more than one crash or ride. But the types of cymbals are usually crash, ride, hi-hats, splash or china.I have been playing for over 30 years. I am a cymbal junkie.I will agree with one of the previous people and say there is no best brand. Every brand makes good and bad stuff. Depends totally on your taste.Go to a drum shop and hit some cymbals till you hear a sound you like. Now price can also be a issue but there are some good ones even in the entry level area. Do not be afraid to check into used cymbals either, sometimes you can find a gem. I would also recommend going with quality over quantity right now. Better to have a few good sounding cymbals than a bunch of OK but not great ones.There is a another person who recommended some other lesser known brands another one is UFIP, they are made in Italy. Very nice cymbals. They also have a top notch entry level too.Again I have to say go and listen to some before you even think about buying. Also look at some of the drummers you like or the songs you like and find out what they are playing.Good luck.References :

Mitsuyoshi posted on Mar 30, 2013 - 22:19 PM

Some parts of your question have been anrwesed. Often times you will see more than one crash or ride. But the types of cymbals are usually crash, ride, hi-hats, splash or china.I have been playing for over 30 years. I am a cymbal junkie.I will agree with one of the previous people and say there is no best brand. Every brand makes good and bad stuff. Depends totally on your taste.Go to a drum shop and hit some cymbals till you hear a sound you like. Now price can also be a issue but there are some good ones even in the entry level area. Do not be afraid to check into used cymbals either, sometimes you can find a gem. I would also recommend going with quality over quantity right now. Better to have a few good sounding cymbals than a bunch of OK but not great ones.There is a another person who recommended some other lesser known brands another one is UFIP, they are made in Italy. Very nice cymbals. They also have a top notch entry level too.Again I have to say go and listen to some before you even think about buying. Also look at some of the drummers you like or the songs you like and find out what they are playing.Good luck.References :

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