Former QUIET RIOT drummer Frankie Banali is included in a new Ludwig ad which was published in the latest issue of Modern Drummer magazine. Check out the ad at this location.

Commented Banali: "I am very proud to have been included in the latest Ludwig Drums advertisement which made its debut in the October 2004 issue of Modern Drummer. To many of you this may not be of particular importance, but to me it is monumental. When I was a young drummer, I remembered seeing ads for Ludwig Drums which included pictures of many of my favorite drummers such as John Bonham, Cozy Powell, Ian Paice, Buddy Rich, Ed Shaughnessy, Mitch Mitchell, to name just a few. I used to wonder what it would feel like to be lucky enough to be part of a Ludwig Drums ad. I can finally say, it feels wonderful!"


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