Electric Wheelchair / Solo Pt. II / Opie’s Opus Sample

Posted on 11. Sep, 2010 by Rise and Recline Chair in rise and recline chair

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50 Responses to “Electric Wheelchair / Solo Pt. II / Opie’s Opus Sample”

  1. austineatsbagels

    11. Sep, 2010

    did you guys do any dci?

  2. drummaboi1423

    11. Sep, 2010

    do those tenors have rims cause never a single one aha, fantastic tenor player. ive probably commented on this video like three times before

  3. planbskater565

    11. Sep, 2010

    whys it called electric wheelchair? our tenor player does a solo in our cadence called that …. i was thinking about trying out for snare during out indoor season this year… i play drum set and vibraphone during our show and play cymbals at football games

  4. drummaboy2346

    11. Sep, 2010

    Omfg that tenor play is SO clean!

  5. 32000logo

    11. Sep, 2010

    @awsomedrummer2
    he’s all choppy w/his backsticks. yeah

  6. dm2291

    11. Sep, 2010

    Haha well they got my subscription

  7. SomeGuyDrumming

    11. Sep, 2010

    @slipchikin False. Traditional grip is for TILTED snares. Back when traditional grip was invented hundreds of years ago in Europe (even before america was founded) drummers marched with their drums under there left arm. This meant that their left stick needed to come over the rim comfortably, hense the underhand grip. As years passed, the drum was tilted upright until around the 1970s when the carrier was invented. Although the drum can now be completely horizontal, this grip is TRADITIONAL.

  8. NLo2009

    11. Sep, 2010

    sound like they rushed electric wheelchair a little but other than that it was cool

  9. caroliniamot

    11. Sep, 2010

    cookies? i like cookies for sweeps or scrapes whichever you prefer. much easier to not hit rims with i think.

  10. randyrhoads4life123

    11. Sep, 2010

    @slipchikin back in the old days like the civil war the snares were tilted hence why they had use traditional and not matched

  11. slipchikin

    11. Sep, 2010

    why is his snare titled???? traditional grip is for untitled snares

  12. rikuantu

    11. Sep, 2010

    @Cheznikkkk considering that Nick is playing “Opie’s Opus” which is a hard tenor solo ment for advanced players he can play it well considering its made up of nothign but Spiders and rolles and dittles

  13. Poptartdrummer

    11. Sep, 2010

    snare, your good, but with those skills no reason to play that high especially inner notes on flams….more like double stops

  14. pimpd11

    11. Sep, 2010

    I wonder why every corp style drumline uses that same snare solo for that solo cadence…? >.>

  15. xDrumsx4xLifex

    11. Sep, 2010

    wow, eventhough i am really good at drums, this makes me look weak.

  16. drumcaptian

    11. Sep, 2010

    tenor player is awsome snare is awsome as well so clean

  17. Alfawolph23

    11. Sep, 2010

    matched on a tilt, schweet

  18. kawi28

    11. Sep, 2010

    @djsm182 haha either that or mab its bcuz he was good enough to march phantom regiment a few yrs ago and is a music major at southern miss.. haha. jus a thought. btw. the year he marched phantom they won dci.

  19. DanReed94

    11. Sep, 2010

    Ha.. Hitting rim shots or the rim altogether as absolutely nothing to do with if you use Nylon Mallets, Snare Sticks or any other stick for that matter. The difference between a Tenor mallet and a snare stick is the bead at the end, the fulcrum positioning and shape, and weight. Plain and simple. This guy.. Or Nick, KILLED this tenor piece… Stop hating on what you don’t have and admire his talent.

  20. drumcaptian

    11. Sep, 2010

    he so clean cause he knows how high his hands need to go the snae would get ate alive fromwhere im from because stick higth the judges down here dont like it

  21. drummaboy2346

    11. Sep, 2010

    Guy at 2:33 was really dirty

  22. TPR626

    11. Sep, 2010

    the tenor drums were tuned a little too low for me but it was still really good

  23. Synsacrus

    11. Sep, 2010

    @Cheznikkkk Seconded.

  24. smccoli230

    11. Sep, 2010

    Can someone please explain the backsticking technique he uses in his solo? The on where he holds the stick straight out and hits it with both sides. I vaguely understand the idea, but I can’t figure out how to use it practically.

  25. chavez4564

    11. Sep, 2010

    niiiiiiice. that split was so good!

  26. tenorplayer1234

    11. Sep, 2010

    was this in reno???

  27. wy2kool4u

    11. Sep, 2010

    @tsobaby95 by the way I’m a snare player

  28. wy2kool4u

    11. Sep, 2010

    @tsobaby95 go troll somewhere else dick sucker

  29. tsobaby95

    11. Sep, 2010

    @wy2kool4u Lets c u play it “clean” lolololololol faget

  30. tsobaby95

    11. Sep, 2010

    @wy2kool4u Lets c u play it “clean” lolololololol

  31. middle193

    11. Sep, 2010

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  32. DrmrGuy1979

    11. Sep, 2010

    @kldrumming Easy there, buddy. I wasn’t criticizing the line, just commenting. This is my favorite drumline, any given year. Besides, I was clarifying what the guy below me said. He said the entire passage was dirty; I only said the helicopters sounded dirty. Doesn’t mean I said they suck.

    And for the record, I can’t play any kind of scrapes on tenors.

  33. kldrumming

    11. Sep, 2010

    @DrmrGuy1979 ya kind of dirty, lets see you play it kind of cleaner, oh wait you can’t

  34. MeatXLoverX69X

    11. Sep, 2010

    great day for drumming in the lot!!!! nice weather!!!

  35. Idn42

    11. Sep, 2010

    0:31 GHOST MAN WALKS IN FRONT OF SCREEN

  36. CTRTrichome

    12. Sep, 2010

    /watch?v=UJsybbSHfx4&feature=related

    use this link to see how the original groove for electric wheelchair came from.

  37. theriot617

    12. Sep, 2010

    that is a bad ass cadence

  38. DrmrGuy1979

    12. Sep, 2010

    @wy2kool4u The muted shots were fine. They were kind of dirty on the helicopters, but everything before that was okay.

  39. wy2kool4u

    12. Sep, 2010

    Tenors were dirty at 1:00 to 1:07

  40. wy2kool4u

    12. Sep, 2010

    Tenors were dirty at 1:00 to 1:07.

  41. armeniandrums

    12. Sep, 2010

    @cacapupu24 go to tapspace.com

  42. greeneyedchick

    12. Sep, 2010

    I’ll admit I’m a huge Cavies fan, BUT I majorly <3 electric wheelchair. ^_^ Go SCV!

  43. mrawsomepants355

    12. Sep, 2010

    This tenor line is so amazing

  44. cacapupu24

    12. Sep, 2010

    can someone help me learn it i really like this but i dont have the music for it

  45. cacapupu24

    12. Sep, 2010

    bro listen to does basses OMG

  46. nenbran

    12. Sep, 2010

    @cacapupu24 The old (original) version has 7 stroke’s. But you’re right that this version has 5 stroke’s.

  47. TheCodygiles

    12. Sep, 2010

    Best show in the lot!

  48. cacapupu24

    12. Sep, 2010

    @misfit9100 its a 5 stroke roll pick up dude

  49. Zason816

    12. Sep, 2010

    i love that attack at :56 for some reason

  50. DrmrGuy1979

    12. Sep, 2010

    @lemonite1 Those are 5 stroke rolls in the beginning; they only time it was 7 stroke rolls was in 1990, when the intro was 12/8