#2
it's a relief when you start playing something other than the snare. No offense but you play the snare way too much in my opinion that it just gets boring after a while. But hey don't listen to me cos I know nothing about playing drums :P but you seem like a good drummer

EDIT: when I say playing the snare too much I mean lots of drum rolls as it were on the snare.
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Last edited by Outlaw Torn at Jun 22, 2011,
#3
I do agree with you to some point, But i think its because i started going more fusion lately, and that genre uses alot of snare, at least the way i intercept it


Quote by Outlaw Torn
it's a relief when you start playing something other than the snare. No offense but you play the snare way too much in my opinion that it just gets boring after a while. But hey don't listen to me cos I know nothing about playing drums :P but you seem like a good drummer

EDIT: when I say playing the snare too much I mean lots of drum rolls as it were on the snare.