Time Signatures Part 4 of 4 : Composite Meters + Bonus

In this fourth and final video you’ll learn all about composite meters (using multiple time signatures as a means of phrasing). 4/4 – 7/8 and an especially nasty breakbeat in 7/8 – 7/8 – 7/8 – 15/16.

The other videos in this series go into theory, quarter note based, eighth based sixteenth based meters.

The drumset in this video is : Sonor SQ2 Beech Vintage, Makassar Ebony with SQ2 XRay snares.

~Aaron

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  1. This is awesome Aaron… Great job man!

  2. This is awesome Aaron… Great job man!

  3. This is awesome Aaron… Great job man!

  4. This is awesome Aaron… Great job man!

  5. This is awesome Aaron… Great job man!

    • stealingaxion
    • March 30, 2011

    This is awesome Aaron… Great job man!

  6. wicked stuff buddy.

  7. wicked stuff buddy.

  8. wicked stuff buddy.

    • DulcetTones
    • March 30, 2011

    wicked stuff buddy.

  9. loved the “whole shabang”!!! but still need more shabang though!!!!! keep them coming mang

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  17. [..YouTube..] loved the “whole shabang”!!! but still need more shabang though!!!!! keep them coming mang

    • patrickbarrios407
    • March 31, 2011

    loved the “whole shabang”!!! but still need more shabang though!!!!! keep them coming mang

  18. That hi hat thing you do is sic how it goes up and down! great videos man!!

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  26. That hi hat thing you do is sic how it goes up and down! great videos man!!

    • onthedrums3
    • April 11, 2011

    That hi hat thing you do is sic how it goes up and down! great videos man!!

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  42. Thanks man! The guys below you actually wanted me to do a video on how to do that haha, so there’ll be a tutorial on it soon! 🙂

  43. Thanks man! The guys below you actually wanted me to do a video on how to do that haha, so there’ll be a tutorial on it soon! 🙂

    • aaronedgardrum
    • April 11, 2011

    Thanks man! The guys below you actually wanted me to do a video on how to do that haha, so there’ll be a tutorial on it soon! 🙂

  44. aren’t most sixteenth note meters just compostie ones? 17/16 is 4/4 + 1/16 for example….

  45. aren’t most sixteenth note meters just compostie ones? 17/16 is 4/4 + 1/16 for example….

  46. aren’t most sixteenth note meters just compostie ones? 17/16 is 4/4 + 1/16 for example….

  47. aren’t most sixteenth note meters just compostie ones? 17/16 is 4/4 + 1/16 for example….

  48. aren’t most sixteenth note meters just compostie ones? 17/16 is 4/4 + 1/16 for example….

  49. aren’t most sixteenth note meters just compostie ones? 17/16 is 4/4 + 1/16 for example….

  50. aren’t most sixteenth note meters just compostie ones? 17/16 is 4/4 + 1/16 for example….

  51. aren’t most sixteenth note meters just compostie ones? 17/16 is 4/4 + 1/16 for example….

  52. aren’t most sixteenth note meters just compostie ones? 17/16 is 4/4 + 1/16 for example….

  53. [..YouTube..] aren’t most sixteenth note meters just compostie ones? 17/16 is 4/4 + 1/16 for example….

    • allmetaliswelcome
    • July 10, 2011

    aren’t most sixteenth note meters just compostie ones? 17/16 is 4/4 + 1/16 for example….

  54. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  55. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  56. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  57. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  58. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  59. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  60. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  61. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  62. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  63. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  64. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  65. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  66. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). :P Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  67. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  68. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  69. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  70. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  71. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  72. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued! 

  73. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  74. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  75. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  76. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  77. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  78. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  79. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  80. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  81. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  82. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  83. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  84. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  85. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  86. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  87. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  88. @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  89. [..YouTube..] @allmetaliswelcome Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  90. [..YouTube..] Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

    • aaronedgardrum
    • July 10, 2011

    Well, technically you can perceive them however you want. I mean, based on what you just said, we could perceive 17/16 as (5/16, 1/4, 3/16, 1/8, 3/16). 😛 Or we could just perceive it as a single bar of 17 if we’re going that route anyway.

    Honestly, whatever is most comfortable for you (as long as it’s numerically correct) really can’t be argued!

  91. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  92. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  93. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  94. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  95. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  96. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  97. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  98. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  99. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  100. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  101. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  102. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  103. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  104. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  105. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  106. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  107. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  108. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  109. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  110. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  111. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  112. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  113. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  114. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  115. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  116. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  117. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  118. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  119. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  120. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  121. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  122. @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  123. [..YouTube..] @allmetaliswelcome 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  124. [..YouTube..] 17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

    • aaronedgardrum
    • July 10, 2011

    17/16 COULD be considered a composite of nearly infinite possibility. Or we could just call it a single bar of 17/16. That to me makes the most sense.

    If I was personally to break it up into a composite (musical context dependent of course) but just on it’s own, I’d call it 3/4 and 5/16. Still, to me it makes the most sense to just call it a single bar of seventeen! Hope this helps man! 🙂

  125. great stuff man, watching your videos makes me want to quit playing due to your impeccable skill

  126. great stuff man, watching your videos makes me want to quit playing due to your impeccable skill

  127. great stuff man, watching your videos makes me want to quit playing due to your impeccable skill

  128. great stuff man, watching your videos makes me want to quit playing due to your impeccable skill

  129. great stuff man, watching your videos makes me want to quit playing due to your impeccable skill

    • geoff1424
    • July 25, 2011

    great stuff man, watching your videos makes me want to quit playing due to your impeccable skill

  130. great stuff man, watching your videos makes me want to quit playing due to your impeccable skill

  131. great stuff man, watching your videos makes me want to quit playing due to your impeccable skill

  132. great stuff man, watching your videos makes me want to quit playing due to your impeccable skill

  133. great stuff man, watching your videos makes me want to quit playing due to your impeccable skill

  134. [..YouTube..] great stuff man, watching your videos makes me want to quit playing due to your impeccable skill

    • geoff1424
    • July 25, 2011

    great stuff man, watching your videos makes me want to quit playing due to your impeccable skill

  135. @geoff1424 haha sorry man! 😛

  136. @geoff1424 haha sorry man! :P

  137. [..YouTube..] @geoff1424 haha sorry man! 😛

  138. [..YouTube..] haha sorry man! 😛

    • aaronedgardrum
    • July 26, 2011

    haha sorry man! 😛

  139. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  140. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  141. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  142. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  143. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  144. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  145. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  146. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  147. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  148. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  149. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man!  One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  150. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  151. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  152. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  153. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  154. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  155. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  156. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  157. @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  158. [..YouTube..] @aaronedgardrum Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  159. [..YouTube..] Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

    • geoff1424
    • July 26, 2011

    Your Sonor kit is bomb my man! One of my favorite drummers other than Jimmy Chamberlin just got Sponsored by Sonor………..Are you familiar with Dino Campenalla from dredg?

  160. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  161. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  162. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  163. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  164. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  165. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  166. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  167. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  168. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  169. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  170. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  171. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  172. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  173. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  174. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  175. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  176. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  177. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  178. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  179. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  180. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  181. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  182. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  183. @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  184. [..YouTube..] @geoff1424 Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  185. [..YouTube..] Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

    • aaronedgardrum
    • July 27, 2011

    Thanks man! It’s one of many, I’m going to be changing the big kit in a few weeks for the videos.

    I didn’t know that Chamberlain was a Sonor guy now, awesome! Also… I’m unfamiliar with that drummer/band. Anything in particular I should check out?

  186. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  187. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  188. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  189. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  190. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  191. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  192. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  193. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  194. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  195. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  196. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  197. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  198. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  199. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  200. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  201. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  202. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  203. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  204. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  205. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  206. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  207. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  208. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  209. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  210. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  211. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  212. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  213. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  214. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  215. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  216. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  217. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  218. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  219. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  220. @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  221. [..YouTube..] @aaronedgardrum Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while perfoming his percussive duties simultaniously on most of their songs

  222. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  223. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  224. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  225. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs 

  226. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  227. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  228. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  229. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  230. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  231. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs 

  232. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  233. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  234. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  235. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  236. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  237. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  238. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  239. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  240. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs 

  241. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  242. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  243. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  244. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  245. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  246. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  247. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  248. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  249. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  250. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  251. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  252. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  253. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  254. [..YouTube..] Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG, I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  255. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  256. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  257. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  258. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  259. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs 

  260. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  261. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  262. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  263. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs 

  264. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  265. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  266. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  267. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  268. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  269. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  270. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  271. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  272. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  273. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs 

  274. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  275. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  276. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  277. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  278. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  279. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  280. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  281. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  282. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  283. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  284. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  285. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  286. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  287. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  288. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  289. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  290. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  291. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  292. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  293. [..YouTube..] Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,….. I’m blow away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is surreal… he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  294. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  295. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs 

  296. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  297. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  298. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  299. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  300. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  301. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  302. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  303. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs 

  304. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  305. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  306. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  307. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  308. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  309. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  310. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  311. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  312. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  313. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  314. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  315. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron  I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  316. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  317. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  318. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  319. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  320. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  321. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs 

  322. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  323. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  324. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  325. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  326. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  327. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  328. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs 

  329. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  330. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  331. Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  332. [..YouTube..] Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

    • geoff1424
    • July 27, 2011

    Im sorry I meant Dino Campenella of dredg is Sponsored by Sonor now……..Jimmy Chamberlin recently switched from yamaha to DW drums this year. Yeah check out “Hungover on a Tuesday” by DREDG,………Aaron I’m blown away at your technical proficiency on the drums……..dredg’s drummer Dino Campenella is a surreal he has very unique approach to the kit that youd probably appreciate, he plays the keys while performing his percussive duties simultaneously on most of their songs

  333. [..YouTube..] perfect example of this is the verse Soil by SOAD

    • mattlikesdrumming
    • May 19, 2012

    perfect example of this is the verse Soil by SOAD

  334. [..YouTube..] Oh badass, totally!

    • aaronedgardrum
    • May 23, 2012

    Oh badass, totally!

  335. [..YouTube..] never woulda figured it out if i hadn’t seen this video! hahahaha

    • mattlikesdrumming
    • May 25, 2012

    never woulda figured it out if i hadn’t seen this video! hahahaha

  336. [..YouTube..] Rad! i’m always pumped when people learn stuff 😀

    • aaronedgardrum
    • May 28, 2012

    Rad! i’m always pumped when people learn stuff 😀

    • porquetequejes
    • February 6, 2013

    4/4 7/8 composite sounds very much like a 15/16

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