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Travis Barker Coming to Reverb

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, May 20, 2021.

  1. Melody Bot

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    Travis Barker will be having a Reverb shop.

    One specific set of drums is an Orange County Drums & Percussion set Barker called the “Evel Knievel Kit,” which he played in the music video for blink-182’s “Adam’s Song.” “It’s almost too special to me and it feels weird to drag it back out on tour or to even play it in the studio. It’s really a timepiece and I can’t wait to see who ends up with it,” Barker says.

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  2. thisisacting__

    Newbie

    I would buy anything and everything from the Baron von Tito era in a heartbeat.
     
  3. Iain

    Regular

    That Adams song kit is epic.
     
  4. RaginCajun

    Regular

    Just a few weeks ago I was looking to snag a tom delonge strat so this is cool. But I don't play drums and no nothing about playing. I'm curious if tech has changed at all with the designs. I wonder if newer kits just sound better than those older ones. It's cool to have the adams song or boxcar kit but can you even play it in todays music scene?
     
  5. carlosonthedrums

    Cooler than a polar bear's toenails Prestigious

    Not much has changed other than small hardware adjustments since those years. Cymbals are another story, but if these kits are made from maple shells, they're essentially the same as what you'd find on stages today.
     
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  6. Ryan

    Might be Spider-Man...

    Both surprised and not he's selling these. Honestly picture him as one of those guys that has a storage space filled with shells.
     
  7. marceting

    Trusted

    That Evel Knievel Kit is so iconic. It's gonna go for a load of money.