Best Drum-Sounding Album.

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Best Drum-Sounding Album.

Post by dsquare » Thu Apr 14, 2005 11:31 am

Is it just me or I think the Ludwig was the best sounding drum kit recorded by Neil, starting with Hold Your Fire. The Tama before and the Drum Workshop kits after (starting with Test For Echo) were just Ok to my ears. I am a toms fan and I love those deep resonant fills and the Lugwig toms sounded great in the studio, may be the production did play a big part in the recording.
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Post by Walkinghairball » Sat Apr 16, 2005 7:09 pm

Well, I agree and not with you. I do love the way the Ludwigs sound, but at the risk of being wishywashy, all the drums sound great. I personally like the Tama Moving Piccies sound, even though they sound alot muffled.

But my favorite sounding drums are the DW drums..............(T4E, VT)
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Re: Best Drum-Sounding Album.

Post by NeilPeartFan » Fri Jun 17, 2005 4:12 pm

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Post by PeartFan » Mon Jul 25, 2005 3:33 pm

I'm not sure if you can catagorize as 'better' or 'worse'. Before 'T4E' he played completely different. ALL the drums sound great because it's NEIL PEART, but to ME, I'm gonna have to go with the DW. In my opinion thier the best made drum today and they sound they best!! me

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