KORN Singer's BRADY DRUM COMPANY Photo Shoot: Pictures Posted Online
Several pictures from KORN frontman Jonathan Davis' recent photo shoot as an endorsee of the Brady Drum Company have been posted online at this location.
Davis, best known for his role as singer of multi-platinum selling band KORN, is also an accomplished drummer. He has worked on major motion picture scores, and recently laid down drum tracks for an exclusive trailer to X-Box's smash-hit "Halo 2" using his brand new Brady drum kit.
When Jonathan wanted the "loudest, most powerful kit out there", he appointed Brady Drum Company to craft him a custom drum kit from a unique Western Australian timber, Jarrah (Eucalyptus Marginata), and finished in an exotic Kakadu satin finish. To match Jonathan's drums from down under is one of Brady's new 16" snares, to date only one of three in existence.
Jonathan's kit configuration:
16" x 6.5" Jarrah Ply Snare Drum
14" x 8" Jarrah Ply Rack Tom
16" x 13" Jarrah Ply Floor Tom
18" x 16" Jarrah Ply Floor Tom
24" x 20" Jarrah Ply Bass Drum
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