Remember your drummer can double as a ticket taker.
With a solid drum shield, your unsightly drummer is safely moved out of the audiences casual vision. But you can also have them keep lost kids until parents can claim them, take tickets, give out information, lost and found, will call. There are endless possibilities .
Balloons are optional, but if you love your drummer, they can be an appreciated touch. Plus if they are shiny they can really help with tricking him into the drum cage to begin with.
Today we’ve got a shot of a drum shield being used for actual good purposes. A picture is worth a thousand words and the picture is all that’s needed to know the owner of this gear should be locked up.
Here we have a really interesting Drum Shield. It’s kinda classy looking and also has a non distorting, flat front (which makes it easier for the drummer to see when the singer wants them to play quieter).
There are so many great comments to be made, light puns, harsh critiques, but with this one we are going to have a caption contest. In the first one you can’t use, “There’s a vacuum in front of the drum shield, so the suck will balance with behind the drum shield.” The best comment will be edited back in as the post header. In this case best pretty much means “induces actual chuckle”, but feel free to try a meaningful poignant comment (Perhaps mention the danger of letting a drummer near actual glass). But nearly anything is better than the current “Drum Shield Window” so start commenting.
Click here to Comment
There is no limit to how many comments you can leave. Go for it.
Unlike Drum Cage, Drum shield seems to be a pretty easy term to understand. “Drum” got it it goes with the drums. “Shield” ok it shields the drums.
Drum Cage should be just as simple. Sadly it’s not. We’ve seen some pretty good Drum Cages here. But we need to be careful to not forget the bad ones. Here’s an example of someone who didn’t quite grasp the concept:
This looks like it will be a great show once they get all setup. But the drummer is in no way contained. Even a drummer will be smart enough to realize he can get out of the front or back even if the sides have re-enforced fencing. Come on give your drummer a little credit.
But it certainly makes one wonder where they got it from. Did they make it like the Cheap Drum Shield?
And if you came here cause you did a google search for the artist named “Cage”, thanks for stopping by you can try this link: Cage on Amazon