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    Mike Portnoy and Derek Roddy

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    TRAVIS BARKER ! lol and stevo from sum 41

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    Dave Grohl - Nirvana
    Matt Greiner - August Burns Red
    Joey Jordison - Slipknot
    Mike Portnoy - Dream Theatre


    aaaand our very own Brandon Khoo
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    lots of influence from

    mike portnoy
    john blackwell ...groovy drummer
    blake richardson (between the buried and me)
    jordan mancino
    leche (former as blood runs black)
    you either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain.

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    well for me, like you guys, alot have influenced me, mike portnoy, stewart copeland, travis barker, clive burr (!!).

    but for me, the ones that really HAVE influenced me is Mr Nicko McBrain!
    Iron Maiden babyyy.

    Well reason being, i really admire his incredibly superb single-pedal speed. in alot of maiden's songs, particularly from thier latest album, a matter of life and death, he shows his speed and attitude. really cool dude. and he's a very friendly dude. ooohhh i love him!.

    i not gay ah. just admire him alot. =)
    Mind over matter. Always.

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    in no specific Placing:

    Tre Cool (Green Day)
    The Rev (Avenged Sevenfold)
    George Kollias (Nile)
    Aaron Gillespie (Underoath)
    Jason Bittner (Shadowfall)

    still got more...
    haha..

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    I was watching Foo Fighters Live At Wembley Stadium and I am reminded how great a drummer Dave Ghrol still is and what great voice Stephen Hawkins have when they did "Rock n Roll" with Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones. Dave Ghrol was the one that made me want to rawk!
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    Tere binnnnnnnnnnn.

    Dave Grohl from Nirvana
    Abe Cunningham from Deftones
    Morgan Rose from Sevendust
    Joey Jordison from Slipknot

    you can talk all you want about your gear.

    I'll show you how i drum.

    and don't you dare tell me to soften down cos im apparently overiding your vocals.

    knn.

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    fusion

    i've listened to many bands but the drummers i like best are...

    dream theater - mike portnoy
    metallica - lars ulrich
    joe satriani's band - jeff campitelli (first heard him in G3: Live In Denver)
    avenged sevenfold - James "Jimmy" Owen Sullivan....The Rev...
    Santana(1997) - Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez.
    I own a pair of his signature (Zildjian) sticks, one of the fastest and most precise sticks I've ever felt. Lightest too.
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    1. Yoshiki (X Japan) -- Give me 5, zack11.
    2. Joey Jordison (Slipknot)

    The rest: Buddy Rich, Marco Minnemann, Jason Bittner (Shadows Fall), Yukihiro (L`Arc~en~Ciel) -- Give me 5 mel80, Shinya (Dir en Grey), Andy Rathbone (Mansun). Mike Portnoy is kinda more to technical side -- Odd time signature. >.<"

    Quote Originally Posted by SPARTAN-044 View Post
    Mine's got to be:

    Larry Mullen Jr. - U2
    Keith Moon - The Who (Maybe Zak Starkey now)
    Dom Howard - Muse
    Chad Butler - Switchfoot
    Chris Cester - Jet
    It's the first time I heard someone like Dominic Howard. @.@" He seldom show off his techniques (although he's good at that). His speciality: Left-handed drummer! Just like the Deep Purple drummer. ^ ^"

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