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Quote from: patitodark on August 19, 2014, 00:30:36Quote from: cheyler on August 18, 2014, 21:33:05Jason is playing a different brand of drumkit.QuoteHe began with Yahama, then DW, then Brady and now Natal.
Quote from: cheyler on August 18, 2014, 21:33:05Jason is playing a different brand of drumkit.
QuoteHe began with Yahama, then DW, then Brady and now Natal.
QuoteBoris Williams keeps time on a Yamaha drum kit with four rack toms-10", 12", 13" and 15"-and a 22' bass drum. His snare is a 6 1/2" wooden Noble & Cooley, although he keeps a metal Ludwig Black Beauty as a backup. The heads are all Remos, with Emperors on the top and Ambassadors on the bottom. His sticks are made by the Rock Shed in London, and are model SS. His cymbals are Zildjians-two splashes and a China being the most used-and he has high-hats on either side of the kit. That's not for symmetry, either; 'On some beats it gives me more freedom to have my right hand over to the right' he says. 'It's just easier.' The high- hats are controlled by side-by-side pedals, the remote linkage for the right high-hats courtesy of Pearl. Williams' other hardware is mostly Yamaha.