Never Let Them Out

…Not even after you force them to play E-Drums.

We’ve recently been polling twitter to find out if you’d rather be locked behind a drum shield, or be forced to play electronic drums.  But here Todd Elliot shows us the unspeakable heinous act of both evils combined.

Full marks for style of course.

Full marks for style of course.

 

Now everyone knows a drum shield does a lot more than control drum volume.  Really it’s first goal is to control drummers, limiting drum volume is just a happy side effect.  But at some point we have to draw the line.  Caged like an animal is fine, even preferred.  But expecting his mind to be able to comprehend the use of a music stand…let’s be realistic.

 

Use the comments below to weigh in yourself: Would you rather be locked behind a drum shield, or be forced to play electronic drums? Comment

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3 Responses to Never Let Them Out

  1. Jamie Smith says:

    That is really funny. I also love the fact that the “cage” is made out of doors that they probably found laying around somewhere.

  2. JR says:

    Wow….that’s a scary looking cage. And the ironic thing is that there’s an acoustic kit in the far corner that’s not in the cage.

  3. Chris says:

    Drum Shield ANY DAY OF THE WEEK! Electronic Drums are lack expression, unless you’re triggering sounds like loops or actual notes that contribute to the melodic element of a group. Booths may be limiting the sound, but at least you’ll be playing real drums. I’ve played in booths with partial isolation and full isolation and electronic drums without any isolation. Isolation is okay in my book. Love the door drum booth.

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