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Re: Drum Gods: Past, Present and Future
« Reply #60 on: July 08, 2013, 01:08:25 pm »
Tommy's spinning Kit is still the best there is when it comes to giving the fans their money's worth.

Oh really... Is that where the bar is set now?

I keed, I keed. It does play into the recent conversations on Electronic Drum forum about why E-Drums are not spotlighted. Much of it has to do with presentation believe it or not. Not how they sound, but how they look. Someone made the comment about getting their money's worth with a massive set on stage. That's what they want to see.

To me, the counter would be, if the drummer had an E-drum, he was screwing over the audience by playing on 'not such a massive set'. I'm trying to walk around the term 'toy set'.  :-\
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