February 2010 Issue Gets Heavy With Lombardo
By Radim McCue Published January 1, 2010
FEATURESDave Lombardo The battering ram behind Slayer is on a mission to stamp out metal impostors.
Vater Factory Tour The Boston-based stick maker sweats the details.
The Ten Commandments of Gavin Harrison Porcupine Tree's polyrhythmic whiz shares his hard-earned career wisdom.
Daniel SadownickHaving played with efveryone from Dennis Chambers to Billy Idol, the Bronx native sheds light on what makes him so versatile.
Product TestGoing toe to toe withthe Rope Tuned Dancing Drum series from Tycoon.
Trigger Happy How to get the most out of your bass-drum triggers.
Jim Eno is the man behind Spoon's big, fat pocket.
Blake Richardson progs out with Between The Buried And Me.
Ford Organic Series Catalpa Kit.
Hammerax Liquicy Cymbals.
Stanton Moore New Orleans' freakiest funk-daddy dissects his parts on "Elctric Door Bell Machine" from Garage A Trois' Power Patriot.
Matt Byrne wraps up his series on transferring rudiments to the kit. Danny Gottlieb busts out his favorite licks by jazz great Don Lamond. Terence Higgins on how to improve ambidexterity and independence. Wally Schnalle goes modular with hand/foot combinations.To order this issue, check our store. To subscribe, click here.