特集ドラムメーカー~Ludwig~緊急インタビュー - TC楽器 - TCGAKKI
Responsible:Thank you very much.I'm quick, but many of you feel about the Vintage Drum. Is the Vintage Drum available to modern music? " If I could tell you a story about this,
Mr. HIRO: Is Vintage Drums not a decorative thing to use?Yes, you can use it for ten minutes.Well, depending on the age and model, I don't know what to do, but I don't know what this is.I don't think this is a Japanese culture. "In Japan, the general term" vintage Drum "refers to the 60s and 70-year-old products, and I think," I think the old drums are just like the added value, "and I think it's a kind of" old drums that are not usable only with added value."
(* 1: The Drum Magazine Festival 2012)
Responsible:Certainly, this is for decoration. There are many people who have the impression of being in the right way.
Mr. HIRO: Is Vintage Drums not a decorative thing to use?But that's a mistake.
Well, it's not as good as the old one, but the blass used in Brasthyna, at the time, was made from a very different kind of material, which is completely different from what is now modern, is made of fine material, is now made of high quality materials, and is like an opera house with no acoustic equipment like PA, so it was designed to resonate with the sound of the sound, so it is not in the same volume. (Laughter)
Responsible:You're right.That's what I thought was a preconcilience, but I thought I was weak at first, but I was surprised to see the size of the sound. (Laughter)
Mr. HIRO: Is Vintage Drums not a decorative thing to use?The features of Brass-Snea, in those days, are the distinctive pitch that comes with a good attack and a unique double-tone.It sounds like a lad, but it doesn't hurt your ears when you listen for a long time. (Laughter)
A few years ago, in the United States, someone tried to make a complete copy of the Ladick's Blassna at the time, but it failed, and it ended in failure. (Laughter)It's ironic, but the factory equipment is supposed to be more developed today, but it's impossible to reproduce the old stuff.
Responsible:It's true that Vintage is still in demand, because it can't be reproduced.It should be reproduced to make the same building, but the sound is different from that of wonder.Curious. (Laughter)
Mr. HIRO: Is Vintage Drums not a decorative thing to use?Wood's drum is the same, and as a single example, most of you are often told that "Oh, I don't have the volume, but I feel soft, but it sounds like a soft sound."
But in Mahogany in those days, it was Honduras Mahogany, who was often used as a guitar in the '50s' Gibson wrestling and prewar guitars, right?Now the rigidity of the lumber itself is quite different from the modern mahogany, and it's a long time in the circle, so the rigidity of the shell is stronger, isn't it?
Try to slap a cutlet with your fingers on the body of the Woodsneer shell in the twenties.You can only listen to that sound, but if you don't try to do it, you'll find it a good or bad thing, or you will know it!!
" Waning the Value of Vintage-○○○○○○○○○○○○
Responsible:Then the question is:I think HIRO was able to see a considerable number of vintage drums, but I'd like to ask you a few words about the benefits of the Vintage Drum, which is the "benefits of the Vintage Drum's."
Mr. HIRO: Is Vintage Drums not a decorative thing to use?The merit is that it can produce a distinctive and distinctive sound that cannot be produced in the current drum, as if touching the tip of the current.And, of course, the rux, of course, is individualistic, so you can even draw people's eyes, right? Aw?
What is that drums?It feels like a bit like a bit of a spotdown. (Laughter)
The other benefits are that the value of the existing current and modern, modern, and modern second-hand goods is treated as a second-hand used in the past, and that the value of the existing goods is always treated as a second-hand thing. (Laughter)But Vintage doesn't mean that the value of vintage falls off as a vintage for things that remain available for 80 years or 100 years.Well, of course, there is a change in the economy, and there's a fluctuation in the market. (Laughter) It's not going to be like a tada.
Responsible:I see.Considering the 80 or 100 years of time, it is a good cultural heritage in the United States.
It's a great way to make a sound when it's at hand!! 80 or 100 years ago, someone was standing in front of the drums and waving the sticks, didn' t they?Amai!!
Mr. HIRO: Is Vintage Drums not a decorative thing to use?Well, that's a deceit. (Laughter)Uh-mmm ... what is it? Well, in a particular model, if the part is broken, the part will not be right, or some parts are difficult to get inside.However, I believe that if you buy from a reliable store with the know-how around you, you will be sure to provide the supply of the part.
In the United States, the vintage drums are a kind of culture, so there is a lot of manufacturers that produce replacement represment parts, so if you need to change parts of the parts, it is easier to fix your win-toothed lookout without loss.
Responsible:It is because of the establishment of the value as a vintage, so there is a represment part.The existence of a represment part is proving the value of the conversely established value!!
" When inventory is cut, replenishment ~♪"Don't feel like it." ("T_T")
Responsible:HIRO told me that HIRO was going to the Vintage Drum shop at the time of the U.S. visit, or that he was actually met with a famous collector, but could he talk about inshotful episodes or Vintage Drum view of the U.S.?
Mr. HIRO: Is Vintage Drums not a decorative thing to use?I'm really, really, really, really like a type of human being. (Laughter) If you think about it as if you're in town in New York City, if you're staying in New York City, you might have a long distances on the next day, or you might have been on a long-distance bus, or when you were staying in Indiana, you ran into Memphis on the next day, and then you went to Memphis. (Laughter)After a long journey, I was a millionmler of a certain airline. (Laughter)
Responsible:so (laughter).
Mr. HIRO: Is Vintage Drums not a decorative thing to use?But I've been able to carry my feet in various places and meet many people, and I have a lot of opportunities to learn, and I've been able to contact famous collectors and famous musicians overseas, as I have to learn, to learn.Well, of course, the richness of the vintage drums, I think, is a great harvest for me, but it was more important to me than that, and what is important now is the connection between people and people, that is, the encounter through instruments.I think there are many people in Japan who are respectful to musical instruments in Japan, but in the United States, they seem to be a part of a culture.
So, even if you change generations, you're going to be forever inherited.
Responsible:I see.You are proud of your culture.We are captivated as well, but we have respect as part of a deeper culture.
Responsible:Is Vintage Drums not a decorative thing to use?I have a lot of answers today to answer today.Last question, Mr. HIRO, I think, has had a considerable number of vintage drums in the past, but how do we deal with the actual use of the vintage drums? I'd like you to tell me if I have advice, etc., from your experience.
Mr. HIRO: Mmm ... this is the most difficult question to answer. (Laughter)When I think of it, I'm just saying, "Bui!!!!!!!" (Laughter)
Responsible:Oh! (Laughter)
Mr. HIRO: Is Vintage Drums not a decorative thing to use?Well, this is a joke, but it's a very serious story, and it's a vintage instrument that's not going to feel like it's like the current one, and I'm not replenishing it again.and there is a difference in the population, so if you go to a vintage drum that says, "This is!!!!", you should buy it. (Laughter)Yes, I can't, but ... (Laughter)
But I don't think I can get tired of it as a creature, because I think it's important to think that I really want to do it, but I think it's important to think that I really want to do it.So, how do we deal with the matter? No, I don't think it's normal, but it's normal.
For now, I think it would be a good idea to use respect and love for the instrument.
Responsible:Is that so?Respect and love are important for the instrument!!
Thank you very much for a few rare stories today!!

HIRO
(drummer, producer, recording engineer)

Is Vintage Drums not a decorative thing to use?

In 1986, he made his Major League debut as a drummer for the "The STAR CLUB" after the indie band CROWLEY.In 1993, he participated in the Black Dream.
He later gave birth to a rich knowledge of drums making sound, and participated mostly as a drumming sound producer for rock band recordings and live bands.He also has a deep knowledge of Vintage Drums, and in the ' 90s, he is also known as a specialist in Vintage Drums, providing a special coverage article in "Rhythm & Drum Magazine".Since the late 1990s, he has worked as a producer and engineer in Japan and the United States.At the same time, he resumed his activities as a drummer, and now he has been working as a support drummer in and outside Japan.In July of this year, in the name of the "THE STAR CLUB 1990", a limited press DVD, which was a member of the Tokyo 0-West which was a member of the company in 1990 and became a superman, was sold out as a superperfect press release was sold out at the time of the advance reservation.

 

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