About four months ago I had a student in his late thirties contact me about signing up for drum lessons. He had been a guitar player in bands for many years and he wanted to begin learning how to play jazz on the drumset. Rarely do I ever have a prospective student come to me with a specific stylistic pursuit in mind. Most of the time students (both kids and adults) just want to get started on the instrument and learn the basic aspects of drumming in many different musical settings. I prefer it
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Recently i have been doing gigs with wierd backlines. I have great amps but sometimes they are heavy and inconvenient. i have been checking out Paul Pescos Line 6 rig. Do any of u guys have any of the modeling amps? and if you do how do they sound in a band situation?
A couple small steps tonight, but ones that you may find interesting.
I removed all 6 PRS saddles, and took apart the three allen screws holding the top plate (nickel plated brass) to the trem block (unplated brass), and drilled the six holes required to get the wiring for the piezo saddles through the bridge plate.
Here you can see that I tried to get the six holes as close to the block as possible.
Updated 05-08-2012 at 02:07 AM by baimun
In fact she might have said about the History job after I said I wasn't prepared to do Geography at KS5.
I'm not too sure but if she did that's international school speak for: We're trying to cheap out and you're not helping by upholding some form of professional and moral standards of teaching ability.