Tool - Sober ( Drum Cover of Danny Carey )





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Uploaded on May 16, 2011

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I tried my best with this song. There are a few mistakes. The second big fill I couldn't figure out exactly what he was playing, but I think I have the first one correct. Either way Danny Carey is a legend and I did my best lol. I've been drumming for just about a year so maybe someday I can step up to more of their songs. Thanks for watching.

So now to give some background on Danny Carey

Bio from Wikipedia:
Daniel Edwin "Danny" Carey (born May 10, 1961 in Lawrence, Kansas) is an American drummer best known for his work in American Grammy Award-winning progressive metal band Tool. He has also contributed to albums by artists such as ZAUM, Green Jellÿ, Pigface, Skinny Puppy, Adrian Belew of King Crimson, Carole King, Collide, The Wild Blue Yonder, Lusk, and the Melvins.

Carey plays a Designer kit from SONOR (beech shells with inner and outer makassar ebony veneers - 1" thick on 8" tom and progressively thinner as the drums get larger), which he designed himself and used on Tool's recent 10,000 Days album and tours. Carey also uses a kit composed of custom cast bronze shells (3/16" thick and same dimensions as the SONOR) made from recycled Paiste cymbals, manufactured by master drum tech and drum maker Jeff Ocheltree (mostly on US tours as it is too heavy to readily transport elsewhere; The bass drums alone are 93 pounds each and special front-loading cases had to be made for them and the floor toms). He has also used it on "Jambi" from 10,000 Days. The set-up for both kits is nearly identical, with the Sonor kits having 14x16" and 16x18" "tunnel floors."





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