Yea, the neighbors around here don't seem to mind so long as you're wrapped up by about 8:30pm. Same goes for where the band practices. During the summer we'll practice for a couple hours, say like when we're just running through our set. We'll walk outside to take a break and all of the neighbors are out on their porch listening. It's cool.
Thanks. The snare is actually a Pulse piccolo that I got for $30. It's sound is so-so. I use it as an effects snare in certain parts. I put a coated head on the bottom. It makes it have kind of a hollow sound with a little rasp from the snares.
I'm a big cymbal whore. I'm actually endorsed by Saluda cymbals, so I'm allowed to be one. I actually have one more that is being shipped to me right now from them. It's custom made China. Traditional design, lathed down for a high tone, vent holes for fast decay, and polished because I like 'em like that.
I am sure there are quite a few musicians on TF. Might be interesting to get an idea of who, where, and types of music they are into. Being in Classic rock bands for half my life, I know us musicians are frequently looking for a back up drummer, etc, or even a few guys to jam with.
My name is Tom and I play keyboards (no vocals here ). I live in the Olney, MD area. I'm into Alt Rock, Indie, and Classic Rock. Currently playing in a part time band "The Knobs" (yes, named after the whiskey).
Pat, southern Harford county, hack guitar player(Strat, Seagull), hack bass player, blues, rock, classic rock, rockabilly. Currently playing bass with 3 other over 40 delinquents, hope to be in public mid summer after we get a couple sets nailed. Would love to do some acoustic low key jams as well.
Pat in Joppa
Nice picture Ricky. We've got a couple of red-shouldered hawks around our house up here in North East. Every morning, I put out a few raw beef cubes and they come to feed. But if they don't get there quick enough the damn Bluejays eat the meat!!