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Inside The February 2011 Issue

February 2011 Issue of DRUM!

February 2011 DRUM! Introduces The Hall Of Fame

By Radim McCue

Published January 15, 2011

ON SALE 1/10/11–2/14/11 VOL. 20, ISSUE 1 February, 2011 To order this issue, visit the DRUM! store. To subscribe, visit http://www.drumsub.com.

February Issue of DRUM! Magazine

Cover photos: Freese: NEIL ZLOZOWER; Travis, Smith: ROBERT DOWNS; Hidalgo: MARTY TEMME; Conte: RENATO LUIZ FERREIRA; Beauford: ERIC KULIN; ?uestlove: EDDIE MALLUK; Peart: ANDREW MCNAUGHTON; Jordison: PR BROWN

FEATURES

Hall Of Fame After winning enough Drummies! for a life- time, it’s time to put ?uestlove, Travis Barker, Carter Beauford, Luis Conte, Josh Freese, Giovanni Hidalgo, Joey Jordison, Airto Moreira, Neil Peart, Chad Smith, and Dave Weckl on their rightful pedestals and give someone else a chance. Shine on you crazy diamonds. by Andrew Lentz and Sam Pryor

The Drum Doctor Need an early ’70s snare sound? How about the boom-y warmth of a 26" kick? Let Ross Garfield fill your prescription. by Diane Gershuny

Roland V-Drum Contest What happened in Vegas will not stay in Vegas: A dozen finalists doing their thing in the world’s first e-kit championships. Check out the snaps. by Dave Constantin

HAND DRUM!

Pete Escovedo From backing Santana to creating his own Latin jazz orchestra, there are few names in the business as respected as this humble timbalero. by J. Poet

PRODUCT TEST

Remo NSL Tubanos by Gregg Juke

LESSONS

Changing the way you shake a tambourine can actually improve your independence, says Taku Hirano (while throwing in words like “ulnar rotation”); Glen Caruba demon- strates the four main striking techniques every prospective timbalero must know.

PLUGGED IN

How To Craft An Electro-Acoustic Hybrid Kit Enhance your rig’s sound palette and retain your humanity. by Karen Stackpole

DIALED IN

Blue Microphones Drum Kit Kit (sic) by Jake Wood

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SOUND LAB

Craviotto Black Cherry Drum Set by Brad Schlueter

Diril Cymbals by David Libman

DRUM PARTS

Steve Gadd The god of fusion offers insights into his approach on “Them Changes” from recent album Live At Voce. by John Natelli

PRACTICE PAD

107 Matt Byrne Latin-izes the funk (just like in Hatebreed, right Matt?); Terence Higgins gets odd with a lesson in five.

VIBE

Pete Thomas The Elvis Costello drummer gets to play with one of the greatest songwriters of our time. Jealous much?

Paulo Baldi Going the distance with Cake.