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The Mars Volta-Wax Simulacra-Johnkew Drum Cover

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Published on Nov 23, 2012

This song has to rank up there with one of the most challenging drum parts in a sub-three minute song. I still have no idea what Thomas Pridgen is playing - so I used what worked for my style. I don't claim to play it the same as Pridgen. For one, I'm using a double bass pedal in parts, which he does not use.

So I took a lot of liberties, all in the name of fun, and apologies to Thomas if he thinks that I butchered his style.

Thanks so much for watching, and thanks in advance for your feedback - it's always appreciated.

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Recorded on Gretsch Catalina and Renown maple drums, DW Steel Performance Series 14 X 8 Snare, Evans EMAD bass drum head, Evans G2 batter drum heads Evans G1 resonant drum heads, Sabian Paragon cymbals (16, 20-inch crashes; 19 China; 22 ride), Sabian AAX studio 18-inch crash, custom stacker with 14 inch Sabian AAX Xplosion crash on bottom and 12 inch Sabian AAX china on top; Hammerax Crash Course stacker; Paiste Novo 20-inch China, Paiste hats, Sabian 10 inch paragon splash, DW 9000 double pedal, DW 3000 hi hat stand, Orange County drum throne, Pro Mark 747 sticks, Apex 435 overhead mics, Audix D-series mics on toms and kick, Audix i5 and Shure SM57 mic on snare, M-Audio Profire 2626 interface, Logic Express 9, Canon T2i, Canon Vixia HF M40, GoPro HD Hero 2, and iPhone 5 cameras, Shure SE315-CL in-ear monitors.

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