TheCrimsonSaint;2175000 said:You're so ****ing lucky. At this point I'm almost thinking of trying the God damned World Tour drums, just so I can't say I didn't give them a chance. Five RB1 sets, 4 RB1 pedals, four RB2 sets, and 3 RB2 pedals. I'm tired of poorly made bull****, and I don't have the cash to get the Goodwoods or any third-party pedals.
Ultimatum;2175030 said:How do you hit them? No matter how hard you hit them, if you're hitting them a certain way, they will still break easily.
BenSpeirs;2175037 said:I've had my original RB1 kit since release, and still have the same pedals and stuff. All that's changed is that I have the silencers. Maybe it's not the drums problem, maybe it's how you play?Oh, and World Tour is (allegedly) worse, but I've had no experience there.
TheCrimsonSaint;2175044 said:I'm not sure I understand the question, but I wasn't driving through my biceps. I'm using my wrists. My last two RB2 sets simply stopped working with no signs of pad damage.
Ultimatum;2175068 said:Do you let the stick bounce off the pad? I hit incredibly hard, but my stuff lasts for a long time because I rebound. The only reason my set is broken right now is I had a bubble and did nothing about it and couldn't fix it.
TheCrimsonSaint;2175024 said:You're implying that I'm ******ed for not fixing that after the second set. I even wrapped my sticks in foam tape.
Rockbandfan23467;2175384 said:I've never had any trouble with RB instruments.
Rockbandfan23467;2175448 said:Will RB1 drums work with RB2 and GH:WT?
Ultimatum;2175894 said:I have one video, working on some others, but I need to build my stamina back up because I've hardly been able to touch my drums for the past 3 weeks and my second pedal was broken for the past 2.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cn085J4UA8
Fizzeler;2176063 said:Glam Rock and Art Rock is their genreAlso, they are in the works of a new album :cool:
Rockbandfan23467;2176074 said:Is Eno involved?
Gowienczyk;2176083 said:Art Rock, a genre, lol.
Fizzeler;2176093 said:What would you call Art Rock?
Gowienczyk;2176111 said:Art Rock is a generalization/umbrella term for any rock that takes a artistic route, experiments, etc. It has no set sound, so it is not a genre.
Fizzeler;2176135 said:Then what would you call Roxy Music (other than Glam)
Hungryfreak;2176081 said:That's a nice kit you've got there and some nice skills to boot. I really need to actually practice my drums... May I ask how long you've been playing?