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post #31 of 60
Visual Kei/Glam Rock induces sad in pandas everywhere ;_;
post #32 of 60
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Originally Posted by Nenso View Post
Hey Jahn!, you need to understand your fellow asians more!
Here's more for your radar!



Here is his 12 minute drum solo in one of the last few concerts he had with X Japan before they broke up. It's really magnificent.. really.
Best drum solo I've ever seen (pardon the YouTube quality)
http://youtube.com/watch?v=Z22nSEgrAQI
That's a sweet potbelly. I can't really ever watch the last live stuff, it makes me too sad T___T



I'm not really a big piano fan, but harpsichords are pretty cool too and I LOVE organs, the sound and feel when playing a real pipe organ is just unreal, you guys should try it out sometime, there's really nothing quite like hitting notes and feeling the whole thing rumble, it's crazy.
post #33 of 60
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Originally Posted by D-EJ915 View Post
That's a sweet potbelly. I can't really ever watch the last live stuff, it makes me too sad T___T



I'm not really a big piano fan, but harpsichords are pretty cool too and I LOVE organs, the sound and feel when playing a real pipe organ is just unreal, you guys should try it out sometime, there's really nothing quite like hitting notes and feeling the whole thing rumble, it's crazy.
How did you get your hands on a harpsichord? And also, is Steinway the best brand ever?
post #34 of 60
I personally love the look of a plain black polished paino.
post #35 of 60
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Originally Posted by Nenso View Post
How did you get your hands on a harpsichord? And also, is Steinway the best brand ever?
Steinway is like a Mercedes. German, fairly expensive, most common, and standardized.
Fazioli is like a Ferrari: exclusive, Italian, very expensive, rare.
Bosendorfer is like Porsche: more expensive than Steinway, less common, bit unusual in construction.
Yamaha is of course a Toyota and their CF class can be equalled to Lexus.
Kawaii Honda, Youngchang Hyundai
The analogy could go on and on.
post #36 of 60
not to thread crap toooo much, but..

that was possibly the dullest drum "solo" i've ever seen, well up to the 5 minute mark, that's when I went off to find a Neil peart Solo instead.

That Yoshiki fellow only seems to have like one tempo.

Check out O Baterista (especially around the 6 minute mark.. crikey!)


I also think that first Piano looks Hideous. I lke the Bosendorfer though
post #37 of 60
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Originally Posted by shoenberg3 View Post
You guys have bad taste

Can't beat a proper Bose(!)ndorfer IMPERIAL

NOW THAT'S A REAL PIANO I like to sink my fingers into
post #38 of 60
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Originally Posted by shoenberg3 View Post
Steinway is like a Mercedes. German, fairly expensive, most common, and standardized.
Fazioli is like a Ferrari: exclusive, Italian, very expensive, rare.
Bosendorfer is like Porsche: more expensive than Steinway, less common, bit unusual in construction.
Yamaha is of course a Toyota and their CF class can be equalled to Lexus.
Kawaii Honda, Youngchang Hyundai
The analogy could go on and on.
Unlike the auto counterparts the expensive pianos usually keep their value pretty well say at min 75% IIRC as long as the sound board is in great condition.

So if you buy used you will rarely see any additional depreciation
post #39 of 60
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Originally Posted by craiglester View Post
not to thread crap toooo much, but..

that was possibly the dullest drum "solo" i've ever seen, well up to the 5 minute mark, that's when I went off to find a Neil peart Solo instead.

That Yoshiki fellow only seems to have like one tempo.

Check out O Baterista (especially around the 6 minute mark.. crikey!)


I also think that first Piano looks Hideous. I lke the Bosendorfer though
i wouldnt compare Yoshiki to Neil peart
post #40 of 60
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQYX00pq3SQ

coo-l
post #41 of 60
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Originally Posted by cantsleep View Post
i wouldnt compare Yoshiki to Neil peart
Nor would I, frankly there's no comparison.
post #42 of 60
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Originally Posted by craiglester View Post
Nor would I, frankly there's no comparison.
I like portnoy much more if we're going to talk about drummers, but Hellhammer and Yoshiki destroy those guys as far as intensity goes. Yoshiki was never an amazing drummer, but he was intense and wrote some awesome music and that's why he's great :3
post #43 of 60
I don't think any of them are bad drummers as such. but that was a pretty dull drum solo. Intensity don't count for a hill of beans without a little creativity. Yoshiki may be a great musician, but he's not a great drum solo'er, from the evidence of that clip at least. Lots of show, not so much substance though. And what's with all the flopping about like a fish? Truly odd. *IF* you're that tired, perhaps a shorter, less demanding solo next time eh

Only drummer I'd really love to see a solo from, but can't, is good old Moonie - god rest his soul. (Doubtful, he's probably up there getting smashed)

did I mention I liked the Bosendorfer? oh ok.
post #44 of 60
This gets my vote for the World's kitsch-est piano award



But this sure suits the artiste well.
post #45 of 60
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LOL LANG LANG.. does that mean pretty pretty? I have honger friends..


nevermind.. at first I thought it was a honger ad, but after reading the simplified characters... it means lang lang.. a name I think. but anyways.. really hilarious looking piano lol
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