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Can someone please tell me what kind of drum sticks Dom uses? Thanks

 

It's Pro-Mark isn't it?

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I can't check out those websites because I have very spoty Internet access today, but I actually meant 2011, not 2010. Thank!

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I can't check out those websites because I have very spoty Internet access today, but I actually meant 2011, not 2010. Thank!

 

yes he did

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His kit for the 2nd Law tour is a DW Jazz Series. According to Drum! Magazine, the sizes are 22x20 kick, 14x6.5 snare, 12x10, 15x15, and 16x16 floor toms, and an 18x16 floor tom on his right.

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I wish there were more drummers on here. I miss ADAM. When I first joined always was interested in this thread, his posts and his covers

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Is he not on here anymore? I haven't been a regular on here in probably 4-5 years, but I used to enjoy talking with him drummer to drummer!

 

Maybe I should get back into posting on here more often, I've really started looking at Dom's drumming in a whole new way, and the drumming on Muse songs just fit so perfectly.

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Is he not on here anymore? I haven't been a regular on here in probably 4-5 years, but I used to enjoy talking with him drummer to drummer!

 

Maybe I should get back into posting on here more often, I've really started looking at Dom's drumming in a whole new way, and the drumming on Muse songs just fit so perfectly.

 

He hasn't really posted on here for a few years now...although now and again he randomly pops up, seen him in Muse in the Media a couple of times I think...

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Planning on purchasing a new set soon. Have enjoyed Dom's snare sound since the resistance tour; a 14x6.5 Aluminum DW snare. I realize a trigger is also used on his snare for various songs but wasn't sure if this trigger was in constant use during a live gig?

 

Have had some recommendations to get a Black Nickle over Brass 14x6.5 DW instead of the Aluminum.

 

I enjoy the sounds of both snares but wanted to know more about Dom's trigger and how that may potentially affect the sound of his snare?

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Swear there's fuck all drummers on here anymore?

 

I dunno, I've always assumed the trigger was just on stuff like SMBH and Dead Inside etc

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That's what I always thought.

 

When I watch demo videos of the aluminum snare, the sound rarely matches Dom's sound. I guess a lot has to do with his mic. set up and his particular tuning (which I would imagine is medium to low)?

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Q Drums? - discuss

 

No more splash cymbals! - discuss

 

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No more splash cymbals! - discuss

 

He had the splash set up during the UK tour back in March?

 

Recently for the festivals he hasn't though, not sure?

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Swear there's fuck all drummers on here anymore?

 

I dunno, I've always assumed the trigger was just on stuff like SMBH and Dead Inside etc

 

Snare triggers are definitely used on SMBH. Not sure about Dead Inside. I'm convinced that Dom uses triggers on his toms although it might be just the way the drums are mic'd up.

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I'm convinced that Dom uses triggers on his toms although it might be just the way the drums are mic'd up.

 

I only see one on his snare here, though we know he uses one on his middle tom for the shaker sound in SMBH too. There usually is one on his bass as well.

 

I'm not positive on his snare, I sometimes think his trigger is in use on every snare hit, every song.

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