you cut off the blood supply to your legs- position the drum just a bit differently!
ZZ Top was a band formed by Billy Gibbons in Houston, Texas in about 1970. It emerged from an earlier band called Moving Sidewalks. Not long afterwards, there was a line up change ending up with Billy Gibbons (vocals and guitar), Joe (Dusty) Hill (bass and vocals) and Frank Beard (drums). Their style is described as "Powerful southern hard-rocking boogie and blues" and they had a string of hits. Gibbons and Hill sported distinctive long "hill-billy" style beards. Their best known hits in my part of the world would be "La Grange" (1975) and "Legs" (1983 or 1985 depending on the version).
He has 4 legs and 2 hands
He was born without legs!
The four legs are easier to draw and animate .
Aragog, as a spider, had eight legs.
Floor tom. It is the drum that has legs on it and sits on the floor. (Not the bass drum)
A bass drum is considered a percussion instrument. Anything that you hit is percussion. Even if you hit your legs. That is considered percussion. Of course your legs aren't an instrument though. is it a tuned percussion or untuned????
its the bass drum u know u coulda just looked it up
Standard would be bass drum, snare, and 3 tom-toms, hardware would consist of; stands for snare, hi-hat, cymbals. Other hardware would be fixtures and fittings; bass drum pedal, tom-tom mounts, legs for a floor tom-tom.
A Drum Throne is a round chair with three legs
Lets see, on a traditional 5-piece drum set you have the 1. Bass Drum - it sits on the floor and you kick it with a pedal to make it sound. 2. Snare drum - sits usually between your legs and has a line of beads underneath that rattle when you hit it to produce a short military type sound. 3. Toms(2) - attached to the bass drum and are similar to the snare except there are no beads on the bottom- it sounds much clearer, they are used for fills. 4. Floor tom - just like the toms that are attached to the bass drum, but it has it's own stand and is much bigger and has a much deeper tone. I hope you were talking about a drum set, because if you were talking about hand drums, it's a whole different ball game.
A drum shell kit is comprised of COMPLETE drums only. No hardware or stands. The drums have all lugs, tension rods, rims, spurs, hoops, legs, mounting hardware and heads. No cymbal, hi-hat, snare, tom stands and no bass drum pedal or throne are included in a shell kit. Also, the snare may come with the set on occasion.
As i play it myself, im in a scoutband. I/We play this sidedrum on out weakest leg, the face pointing up towards out strong hand. We also have a half oval padded bit on the drum to protect our legs while playing. ( Only if were marching, Concerting) Hope this helps! -Will
Why do you wanna know soz i dont have the answer !! xx