Now the kiddos at Dove Mountain School in Marana, Arizona have some TreeHouse toms for their music making!
Sam is LOVING his new TreeHouse Tupan.
And we are LOVING his band, The King's Busketeers!
Here's Jason Degenhardt's set up for The Music Man at Topeka Civic Theatre. Alongside the malletSTATION, timpani, and misc percussion, his set up features all TreeHouse: a 7x10 mounted tom, 14x14 floor tom, and 14x20 bass in plied maple, a 6½x14 solid 1-ply maple snare drum, and a 10x14 mahogany/poplar/mahogany field snare worthy of ALL 76 of those trombones!
It's pretty cool seeing Danny Young and his TreeHouse Drums backing Brandy Clark on The Ellen Show.
Check it out!
"The drum just arrived and it's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen, well, next to my amazing wife, naturally. The finish and the logo are inspiring. As I was opening the box, my thought was, this is TreeHouse #1 as more will surely follow. Then I saw the package saying, "Welcome to the family." Indeed.
I have a problem: I want one snare drum to do it all at one tuning. That's a tall and unreasonable order and completely unfair to the instrument. But after several decades of playing and searching, I've found it. My new solid shell TreeHouse snare. It has presence, sensitivity, clarity, the rim shots are robust and musical, the cross-stick is clear and bright. Tuning to maximize these qualities does not reduce its centered, focused tonality and punch. Indeed, tuning for sensitivity and grace notes accentuates this power pocket ability; an outcome not found in other instruments, in my experience. The drum feels so great to play, as it provides confidence that from a whisper to a thunderclap strike that the drum can perform everything with ease with still room to breathe. It fails to choke at any dynamic level. This drum is changing the way the entire kit sounds. This reality conjures so many intriguing possibilities: What would a TreeHouse solid shell tom sound like, and, oh my, a bass drum? These are questions that I intend to answer with the help of the artisan builders of quality musical instruments at TreeHouse Drums."
Built in 2005, this gorgeous snare features 24 staves of Yellowheart and is outfitted with brass tubes and diecast hoops. She’s a real beauty (the color you see is natural!), and we’re glad we got the opportunity to give her a cleanup and photo session. 7x13; Solid Stave South American Yellowheart; shiny wax.
Jason and Danny hanging out at Starlight Theatre before Lucie Silvas opened for Joan Jett and Heart! It’s always a good time seeing Danny, and his TreeHouse drums sounded great with the band!!
Tober Schorr keeps busy with his unique and versatile Compact Nesting Kit. Thanks for sharing the pics, Tober!