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bass drum

a large shallow drum of low and indefinite pitch
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Borba said that talks will be held with the clubs to aim a change of habits and he was referring to bamboos and bass drums because there was not even enough room for the bamboos.
The mic's acoustical design and front-end address allow for comfortable on-air broadcast work and easy positioning in front of instruments, including bass drums, upright bass, baritone sax or other high-output sources.
We had oil drums instead of bass drums, black lighting, and a combination of Hindu imagery and R-rated swear words" - Iggy Pop recalls his early days as a punk rocker.
We had oil drums instead of bass drums, black lighting, and a combination of Hindu imagery and R-rated swear words" Iggy Pop recalls his early days as a punk rocker "If parent time interferes with sexy time, that's that.
He was designated as a "master of jazz" in 1994 by the National Endowment for the Arts, which said he "ranks among the foremost big-band drummers of the swing and post-swing eras and is best known for his precise technique and the invention of two pedal-operated bass drums."
Bellson's career began when he was 13 and he was the first to use the eye-catching kit of twin bass drums, a style imitated by Billy Cobham and others.
One man brand JEANS GOES POP followed, seated at his keyboard with both feet operating bass drums. Heswitched between two mics - one distorted with a sound straight off a vintage 78 record.
The Phantom Knights have triumphed in competitions across the country but, after securing pounds 16,000 in grants and funding for new bass drums, they now need young people to play them.