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Because Sound Matters


WHAT’S YOUR SOUND? You’ll find it with SABIAN. It’s an ever-evolving world where ideas are designed into sounds, and sounds are crafted into metal. It’s where great drummers and percussionists come together, where they find their cymbals and their sounds. And it’s where they find each other. It’s their world. And because SABIAN exists for all of us, it’s your world too.

WE PLAY SABIAN Modern Sounds at their most innovative.

Vintage Sounds at their most traditional.

Creative Daring and unique sound design.

Bronze Beginnings Your introduction to great cymbals.


Lead Photographer – Andrew McNaughtan

Other Photographers – Hasan Bratic, Todd Fraser, Jason Hammacher, Marc Xavier Leblanc, Ken Mikalauskas, Neil Zlozower

Product Photographers – David Corkum, Andrew Herygers, Marty Melanson




Modern Dark

WHAT’S YOUR SOUND? ZORO Independent • DERICO WATSON Victor Wooten Band • JOHN ROBERTS Janet Jackson • TUESDAY Whild Peach/Outkast

MODERN DARK. We play funk, rock and jazz. And we love HHX. It’s got this hot, simmering darkness and a biting touch of dirt and agitation. And it has ‘Tone Projection’ to project that darkness through the music. It’s ideal. And it only happens with HHX. Hear more at 5

Modern Dark


Projection. It’s about pushing or throwing something from here to there. You can shout and scream to project your voice. Or you can do it like magicians do, with magic. Magic is what you get with HHX. Its ‘Tone Projection’ design not only shapes the hot, dark and simmering, dirt-edge tone of this award-winning series, it projects it through and beyond the music. So expressing yourself is as easy as playing. HHX does the rest. While your sound won’t get lost with HHX, what about you in New York City? With the sun casting long, dark shadows from street to street, and sirens ripping through the din of the day, it’s easy to feel lost. But when you arrive at SIR studios and meet up with a group of players who are going to reveal the world of HHX in their terms, it all becomes perfectly clear. “HHX is the perfect blend: it’s dark enough and bright enough for whatever you play onstage or in the studio,” says Nir Z, who not only filled Phil Collins’ chair when Genesis initially folded, but delivered the goods on John Mayer’s early hits, and also drums with Chris Cornell. “Yes, I love those crisp, dark tones,” adds Rodney Howard, of Avril Lavigne and Gavin DeGraw. “HHX is like the difference between playing a 24" kick instead of a 20". There’s a real low end, gutsy sound.” Gutsy? “Yes, and I would also describe it as dynamic,” says Tomas Haake, who moved to HHX from HH because ‘Tone Projection’ is what he needs to project his darkness through the tonally dense sound of Meshuggah. “Cymbal sounds can disappear when I’m playing outdoor stages to sixty thousand people. But with HHX the cymbals sound great. They’re always there.” One man with a deep experience of SABIAN sounds is Mike Portnoy. His monstrous set-ups with Dream Theater are – to quote the man himself – ‘vast’. But HHX was a real ear opener. “HHX added a whole new level of diversity. It combines the best elements of AA, AAX, and HH into one. I dig that dark side of HHX. It’s something other cymbals don’t have.” And it sounds that good at all volumes. “When we play subtle things,” says Rodney, “there’s this smoldering, cool rumble with HHX. You can give the attitude of a huge rock show, but it’s at this really low volume.” And that’s the point with HHX. Like the brighter sounding AAX, HHX delivers at all volumes. But it’s the


dark, simmering sound, agitated bite, and ‘Tone Projection’ design that really makes these cymbals special. While other cymbals can generate darkness, HHX stirs up more simmering heat, more musical dirt, more of what drummers want to hear, and projects it. That projection is a huge difference. “That’s right,” says Billy Kilson, whose playing with Dave Holland, Chris Botti, and his own BK Groove has made him a name to watch. “That sound will transcend even at a low volume. I can control it… that crescendo of energy is absolute, it’s like no other.” Playing jazzy funk with Victor Wooton, Derico Watson’s groove isn’t too removed from Billy’s. “I’m looking for a dark explosion, and HHX works great in everything I do, at whatever volume. Everybody loves them, man… just loves them.” Plus, Derico’s only broken one cymbal in three years. “I don’t have to kill it to get the sound.” His friend, John Roberts, has similar feelings about HHX. “I love the darkness. I play straight-ahead mixed with funk, jazz, and hip-hop, so I don’t always want a clean sound. I need more character, and HHX definitely gives that to the music.” Whild Peach and Outkast’s drummer, Tuesday, is also all about tone. “HHX is so harmonically accurate. I use it to give me space in the groove; it’s a musical instrument unto itself, you know?” Another HHX player with a deep groove and affection for tone is Zoro. “The dark stuff is very full. When you hit a crash it has a full roundness; it’s not high-end ‘brittle’. It has deep depth, a full breath of tone to it.” That tone, that depth, is the result of those jumbo-sized hammer marks across the cymbal surface, the ‘Tone Projection’ dimpling. Dom Famularo solos on his SABIANs around the world, and his perspective sums everything up. “The magic about HHX,” he says, “is the darkness that allows me to go places I wasn’t able to go before. These cymbals inspire me to play great because they always sound great… anywhere!” “Cymbals are a drummer’s character,” comments Billy. “I feel humbled and honored to be part of this family.” Dom agrees. “It’s like they say in Italy, ‘tutto la famiglia’, the entire family. It doesn’t matter where I travel, I meet drummers that play SABIAN, and we are family. Now that’s what I call projection!”

WE PLAY MODERN DARK. NIR Z John Mayer/Chris Cornell • TOMAS HAAKE Meshuggah • MIKE PORTNOY Dream Theater • RODNEY HOWARD Avril Lavigne 7


WE PLAY MODERN BRIGHT. ROY MAYORGA Stone Sour • XAVIER MURIEL Buckcherry • RAY LUZIER Korn • DANIEL ADAIR Nickelback • KENNY LIVINGSTON Sugarcult We’re all about the future, and that future travels in one direction only. The bright shimmer and innovative Dynamic Focus design of AAX is our key to absolute power and control… it’s the key to the future. Hear more at 8

Modern Bright



Modern Bright

Pure, shimmering. Bright like the sun. Here’s what happens when five of today’s hottest drummers talk AAX.

It’s all sand and sun out here in the desert. Dry and bright, it’s a world of its own. But today it’s also the world of Korn drummer Ray Luzier, Nickelback’s Daniel Adair, Roy Mayorga from Stone Sour, Buckcherry’s Xavier Muriel, and Sugarcult’s Kenny Livingston. After getting into the van as strangers, within a few minutes there’s pushing and shoving, smiling and laughing. A couple hours later and these guys are friends for life. One by one they step out of the van after a 2 hour drive, bottles of water in hand. “Whoa, it’s bright,” shouts Ray. On go the shades. “I play AAX,” he declares. “They cut when you want them to cut. I love ‘em, and I get a lot of compliments from studio producers and other players. I especially like the AAX X-Plosion Crash. “I love how AAX is amazing.”

every time I hit these cymbals, the audience even closer and it’s a tight-knit group. It’s is going to hear them. They’re incredible.” good.” Xavier agrees. “I think every drummer Kenny steps closer. aspires to be in a family “They’re cutting, they’re “It’s like a family vibe with such incredible distinctive, and they don’t here, it’s cool.” players as SABIAN has. get lost. It’s that Modern SABIAN looks out for its Bright sound… I love it because it works.” artists.” For Roy there’s more. “It’s the array So does Roy, whose red spiky hair glistens of colors SABIAN offers… there’s a lot of under the blazing sun. “AAX cut beyond choice.” Ray also feels the love. “I’ve been belief. They cut through one hundred with SABIAN since 1993. They’re amazing.” and eleven decibels of guitar, so they’re definitely my preference.” With the sun setting and the cool air descending, it’s time to pack up the gear, Xavier gets behind the drums and bashes pile into the van, and head out on the out a groove. Roy leaps into the air. Then highway. It’s time to leave the desert behind Ray grabs the sticks. “These cymbals are and get back to the world they know. Five wicked,” he screams. “SABIAN is always very different drummers with at least one evolving, always coming thing in common – SABIAN. That’s their SABIAN up with new ideas. It helps answer. That’s their sound. is always evolving me grow as a musician.” Daniel agrees. “I played Roy agrees. “Just the AA, but the arrival of AAX and coming up with amount of ideas that come changed everything.” He’s new ideas.” out of SABIAN… all the right. AAX made history styles of cymbals. And the as the first ‘modern’ cymbal concept in B20 effects beat any effects cymbals out there.” bronze, the first cymbal series designed to meet the modern needs of drummers. That Though they have their own specific need was for bright sounding cymbals that reasons for playing SABIAN, these respond accurately at every volume, from drummers share more than a love of music. low to loud. AAX, with its ‘Dynamic Focus’, “It’s like a family vibe here, it’s cool,” nods was the answer. And that’s what makes AAX Kenny. Pushing back his shades, Daniel appealing to Xavier. “AAX reassures me that adds, “It’s even more special. We seem to be



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WE BREAK SOUND BARRIERS. We’re a guitarist’s worst nightmare. With the high-decibel design and super-bright, ferocious, cutting sounds of APX, we rip through rock-heavy grooves and blistering power chords. With APX, nothing gets in our way.

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Modern Cut

Cutting Through. Just when you thought you couldn’t get any louder, along comes APX. When your guitarist blows your face off with 100 watts of sonic roar, there’s only one place to go: APX. Created for all you drummers dreaming for cymbals that rip through rock-heavy grooves and head-shredding metal with power to spare, APX is what you told us you want. And it’s what you get with these professional cymbals. You spoke, we listened, and we made APX happen. As for your guitarist: show no mercy!


“I like really bright cymbals. Crisp and loud!” Rich Beddoe Finger Eleven

“It’s really aggressive but it’s got a nice glassy top-end… it’s aggressive but not too raunchy, which is nice.” Neil Sanderson Three Days Grace “They’re loud and abrasive, they cut through, they’re just what I need.” JohnNY Kelly Type O Negative

Modern Value

MOVE TO THE NEXT STAGE. With Xs20 you can move up to playing bright, musical sounds without the pro price. Extremely versatile, this series – which also includes Rock models – combines advanced techniques and hands-on craftsmanship, making Xs20 the ideal choice when you discover that sound matters. Hear more at



Vintage Dark




Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers


Barenaked Ladies


We play different styles and music, but we all agree that the vintage dark tone of HH is something very unique and special. Being hand hammered, each cymbal has its own unique personality and sound. We like that. Hear more at 17

Vintage Dark

Into the darkness. When it comes to cymbals, there are bright sounds. And there are dark sounds. Those drummers who get into the darkness discover a new world of tone.

Lurking in the shadows of its glorious past, deepest downtown Los Angeles feels a million miles away from the rock glam of Sunset Strip. But here in the backstreet clubs and studios is a world drummers are all too familiar with. Just ask Steve Ferrone, Chester Thompson,

“It’s the best cymbal on the planet,” says Jamie. “As my needs grow, SABIAN seems to be one step ahead of me. I started playing SABIAN twenty years ago and I’ve never had the need to go outside the SABIAN circle for anything.” But what got these guys into playing SABIAN? The roar of his bike may have announced his arrival, but Steve Ferrone listens quietly before speaking. “I play any style… and I play SABIAN because I like the sound and they have a playing life that lasts longer than anything else.” “I saw Chester twenty-five years ago in Montréal with Genesis,” says Shawn. “That’s how I first got exposed to SABIAN.”

Joey Heredia, Megadeth’s Shawn Drover, Jamie Borden of Phoenix, and the Barenaked Ladies’ Tyler Stewart. “I know this part of town… I played here last week,” says Heredia. The jazzy, funky, latin groove master also knows his cymbals. “I’ve been playing SABIAN for twenty-five years, and it’s the best move I could have made, because your cymbal sound is your signature… it’s everything. I play HH because that vintage dark sound is where I come from; my first ride was an HH. That one cymbal changed my life.” Because HH cymbals are hand hammered, each has its very own dark, complex sound. But that’s only part of the story. And if you think dark-tone cymbals are just for jazz, think again. Last night, Chester Thompson was onstage with Genesis. “When I’m playing the big gigs, I play really, really hard, but I don’t want metallic, I don’t want brash. With HH that vintage dark sound is always there and always warm.” “I’m a hard hitter too,” says Shawn, “The music I’m playing is extremely heavy, there’s lots of sheer volume. That dark, heavy tonality of HH is really essential for Megadeth.” “And Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers,” quips Steve.


Chester’s experience was more personal. “I switched in ’87. (The late, great) Larrie Londin was saying, ‘Man, these guys can actually make a cymbal from any idea you’ve got!’ I had never heard of anything like that… it amazed me.” Tyler is also amazed. “When I went to the factory I saw Mark Love take an abstract concept like, ‘I need less sustain’, or ‘I need more shimmer’, and have his guy hammer the cymbal to reflect that. That is superior craftsmanship.” What else convinced Tyler to play SABIAN? “It was a poster of Harvey Mason holding a cymbal and it said, ‘Harvey Switched’, and one of Phil Collins saying, ‘Phil Switched’. Today I play HH because it’s hand hammered… made by hand. There’s somebody with a hammer making this thing sound good.” “When I think of SABIAN,” says Joey, “I think of melodies… the cymbals give me all this color. A great drummer friend of mine said, ‘Joey, you don’t have a drum set anymore, it’s a piano and it’s because of those cymbals.’ ”

Tyler agrees. “SABIAN, to me, feels like home. I love the cymbals - they sound great and the people who make them are great, but I am also thoroughly impressed by their environmental record. When I visited the factory, I learned they recycle almost 99%!” “I’ve been an endorsee for twenty-five years,” says Steve. “It’s a great company, with great people.” “Everybody I’ve met that’s affiliated with the company has become a friend,” adds Jamie. “It’s like there’s a bond that existed before we even knew it did.” Tyler, who is never short of humor, adds on a more serious note. “Joey, I’ve heard your playing and you’re incredible. But just to be here with Chester Thompson and Steve Ferrone… Like, Chester played with Weather Report and Zappa, man! That’s heavy duty… absolutely incredible.” Shawn feels the same. “To be part of this is real special. I mean, to be able to talk with these guys… that’s big stuff.” Jamie is equally blown away. “I set Chester’s drums up for him at a clinic twenty years ago, and here I am today. It’s a humbling experience, but everyone is treating me like I’m one of them and I’m at their level.” “Drummers”, agrees Chester, “have this community, and SABIAN is keeping with that. It’s the whole family vibe… it’s about relationship. For me, it’s more about that than anything. I’m right where I like being. It’s a good thing.”

“It’s got a sound that I love.” STEVE FERRONE

“HH cymbals give me all this color.” JOEY HEREDIA

“It’s the best cymbal on the planet.” JAMIE BORDEN

“With HH that vintage dark sound is always there and always warm.” CHESTER THOMPSON

“That dark tonality of HH is really essential for Megadeth.” SHAWN DROVER

“I play HH because it’s hand hammered… made by hand.” TYLER STEWART 19




Red Hot Chili Peppers

Strapping Young Lad




Vintage Bright


VINTAGE BRIGHT. We play big and loud. We’re talking really big, and really loud. We mean explosive energy with the power to be heard. We play AA. Hear more at 21

Vintage Bright

We speak the same language. Big, bold and bright. The sun, the sand, and the sea… it’s sink or swim as the waves roll in. The shades go on, and some of today’s meanest hitters discuss the cymbals they love most.

He drives a ’65 Mustang and rides a stripped down Harley. He listens to Deep Purple, The Who, and Hendrix. And he grooves on funk. Chad Smith moved from Detroit to California and struck it big. “Are you ready?” he shouts above the roar of his Harley. “Let’s gooooo….” And he’s gone, out the driveway of his new home, cruising down the Malibu coast highway towards Zuma Beach to meet up with Santana’s Karl Perazzo, Strapping Young

“There are explosive sounds coming out of those AA’s.” Lad’s Gene Hoglan, Cryptopsy’s extreme metal phenom Flo Mounier, Disturbed’s Mike Wengren and Jimmy DeGrasso, whose credits range from Ozzy to Alice Cooper and more. They don’t realize it yet, but under the blistering surfside sun they’re going to discover their shared love for the Vintage Bright sounds of AA cymbals. “I’ve pretty much always played SABIAN,” starts Flo. “I have up to 24 cymbals on my set-up, but SABIAN has such a diverse selection, so I can pick and choose to get the ideal sound. The music I play is noisy, busy and bottom heavy, so I use AA hi-hats and splashes; their bright sound is perfect for cutting through the wall of noise that is Cryptopsy.” Chad approaches AA from another angle. “The Chili Peppers are loud, and I play really hard, but I don’t have to expend as much


energy to get as much out of the cymbal. And they’re not going to break. There are explosive sounds coming out of those AA’s. Cymbals are one of the most important things in your set-up. You’ve got to have ones that sound great, are musical, and are durable. AA’s are all of that, plus they’re explosive. My favorite is the Rock Ride.” Mike’s into the rock stuff as well. “I’m a big fan of the Rock Crash. With loud guitar players you’ve got to overpower them with whatever you can.” Chad nods as Mike continues. “I’m into 18", 19", and 20" sizes; they’re really bright and they’re really loud… they can really kill that guitar player. That Vintage Bright sound of AA powers through… guitarists can’t compete.” Chad approves. “Yeah, right! The big cymbals! Because we play in bands that are loud, we need big cymbals to cut through.”

tone of SABIAN that made me switch,” says Gene. “The AA crashes are amazing. They have great tone, great feel… I can lay a beating on them and they last like you wouldn’t believe. You can crack through another brand’s cymbals so easily, but SABIANs have durability with that sweet sound. It’s a package made in heaven.”

“SABIAN brings us all together.”

So it’s a cut above the rest? “Absolutely!” But it’s more than just sound that sees these players here today. “It feels right. It feels comfortable,” says Flo. Karl plays SABIAN because he wanted a long-term relationship with a brand. “I went to SABIAN on a handshake. It’s been a long time and I’m very happy. We all speak the same language. It might be a different music, but it’s the same language.” Chad’s been with SABIAN even longer. “Yeah, since 1984. They’re always trying new and interesting things, and that’s what I love about the people at SABIAN. They’re always listening to all players, not just guys like me.”

“The AA crashes are Jimmy’s take on amazing. They have AA is similar. “I’m primarily using AA. great tone, great feel.” I like that vintage sound, especially with the Brilliant Finish models. That high end cuts through those thick guitar frequencies. It’s very organic, but there’s a great amount of cut.” Karl loves that quick attack of the El Sabor. “It speaks for us… you know what I mean?” As if Gene Hoglan’s legacy with Strapping Young Lad wasn’t enough, his innovative drumming delivers a lethal kick with DethKlok. Chad wants to hear more from his new friend. “There was something about the bright

As the day closes, a group of girls with their surfboards walk by, cheering loudly. The cherry red Mustang revs, and it’s time to take off.






WILL CALHOUN Living Colour/Sessions • JOJO MAYER Nerve • DAVID GARIBALDI Tower of Power • JEFF ‘TAIN’ WATTS Branford Marsalis Quartet/Tain & The Ebonix


SOUNDS. We always knew there were new cymbal sounds to discover, and we all knew there was only one place that could design those sounds: the SABIAN Vault. Hear more at



It’s all about innovative ideas. Discover a collection of uniquely different cymbals and sounds inspired by today’s players and the music they play.

Vault is a different concept in cymbal design. It’s all about ideas. No, Vault isn’t a specific sound; it’s not a series of cymbals that look and sound alike. Vault is a collection of uniquely different cymbals and sounds inspired by today’s players and the music they play. It’s for those seeking something special, more personal. That’s what Jojo Mayer discovered. “The idea for my Fierce Ride had been lingering in my head for twenty years. It’s a highly individual, complex cymbal that does exactly what I want it to do.” It took the Vault Team to decipher and design Jojo’s idea into the Fierce Ride he was dreaming about. But why is it named Vault? The space where SABIAN master artisans design sounds and cymbals is called ‘The Vault’. It is here that such award-winning innovations as AAX and HHX are designed. The multi-holed O-Zone Crash, the X-Treme and the X-Plosion Crashes and the Artisan Ride all were designed in ‘The Vault’. It’s where our Vault Team collaborates with Jack DeJohnette, Neil Peart, Chad Smith, David Garibaldi and Mike Portnoy to create their signature sounds. This focus on designing new sounds to ensure players have the options they need is why Vault exists. As for the name, the SABIAN Vault represents the center of cymbal design innovation. The Vault collection was launched with the Artisan Ride and the Vault V-Crash, but has expanded to include all SABIAN signature models, as well as new concepts that fall outside our other series. The sounds range from vintage to modern and beyond. So where will Vault go? Where will it take you? For answers, listen to the shimmering darkness of an Artisan Ride. Or experience the ‘sound of silver’ as the bright power of a V-Crash slices through your music. Play a set of Max Stax; shuffle on a Liquid Ride; add some Saturation Crashes to your set-up; or groove on a pair of Fierce Hats. With Vault you’ll discover a world of sounds you won’t find anywhere else. That’s what Vault is all about.


A personal statement from legendary Rush drummer Neil Peart, Paragon is a bold concept created in collaboration with the SABIAN Vault Team. More than just the rock cymbal you might think it is, Paragon delivers highpowered, explosive responses, yet has the sensitivity to dip into lower dynamics. It’s a selection of cymbals that players, including Bob Bryar of My Chemical Romance and Stone Sour’s Roy Mayorga, include in their set-ups for sheer power. But pop, funk and even jazz drummers like the Paragon combination of vintage bright tone and modern performance efficiency. “Neil had a sound in mind,” says our Vault Team leader, Mark Love. “He needed full-on power for those big gigs with Rush. And he wanted those same cymbals to dip way down into the lower dynamic range without loss of response.” Neil flew from Los Angeles to Montréal, then motor biked from his home near there to SABIAN. “It took him eleven hours,” continues Mark, “much of it in the autumn cold, wind and rain. When he arrived, he wanted to see was how the cymbalmaking process worked… what did what and what the effect was. Once he had a sense of that, we got into designing the cymbals.” Though that sounds easy, it was anything but. “To create the Paragon sound,” continues Mark, “we mixed AAX, HH and AA design elements. Once we figured out the main BOB BRYAR cymbals for the set-up, we also came up with a wide-flange 19” chinese that blew everyone away. Since then we’ve also added the Diamondback Chinese, a 20” with a combination of NEIL PEART sizzle rivets and tambourine jingles giving it a complex percussive sound.” Neil debuted his Paragons on Rush’s retro disc, Feedback, on which he played Cream and Yardbirds tunes. Next up was Snakes and Arrows, which saw him back in Rush mode, complete with the Diamondback. “The power of Paragon makes it ideal for rock,” notes Mark. “But just like the music of Rush, these cymbals are capable of taking you someplace you’ve never been. Paragon is a great adventure.”


Vault is all about discovering and designing new sounds. It’s all about creativity and innovation. This concept of shaping the future of cymbals and sounds is a first. So are the results. 27


WE GO FOR IT. Bronze Beginnings We’re ready to make a name for ourselves. We’re ready to go. Pack the van, hit the road, eat bad food, play for everyone and sometimes, no one. We’re ready! 28

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Brilliant Value


Power up your band with the bright, cutting sounds of these Brilliant Finish cymbals with a brilliant price.

The ideal first step into bronze cymbals gives you the right to play with some serious attitude. 29

DOM FAMULARO Clinician/Sessions

BILLY KILSON BK Groove/Chris Botti

CHRIS McHUGH Keith Urban/Sessions





BOB BRYAR My Chemical Romance




JIMMY SULLIVAN Avenged Sevenfold


TUESDAY Whild Peach/Outkast


JOHN ROBERTS Janet Jackson


JIM RILEY Rascal Flatts


CHRIS PENNIE Coheed and Cambria

CHRIS GAYLOR All-American Rejects MARK O’CONNELL Taking Back Sunday


NIR Z John Mayer/Chris Cornell


JEFF ‘TAIN’ WATTS Branford Marsalis Quartet/ Tain & The Ebonix SHANNON LARKIN Godsmack


TERREON GULLY Stefon Harris & Blackout


KEITH ZEBROSKI Miranda Lambert/Sessions


MIKE PORTNOY Dream Theater







RICH BEDDOE Finger Eleven

DAVE WECKL Dave Weckl Band


JOHNNY KELLY Type O Negative


DEREK GRANT Alkaline Trio

JIMMY SULLIVAN Avenged Sevenfold

MARK O’CONNELL Taking Back Sunday


DEREK GRANT Alkaline Trio


RICH BEDDOE Finger Eleven


KEITH HARRIS Black Eyed Peas

BRIAN FRASIER-MOORE Christina Aguilera



EVELYN GLENNIE, DBE Solo Percussionist

GENE HOGLAN Strapping Young Lad



MARCUS BAYLOR Yellowjackets



WILL CALHOUN Living Colour/Sessions


Because Sound Matters

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JOSE PASILLAS Incubus Made and Printed in Canada.

CHAD SMITH Red Hot Chili Peppers


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