Drummer’s Review offers visitors to our website and YouTube Channel, impartial critique of the latest drum gear, along with reference kits for direct comparison with modern day interpretations.
Presenter, Adam ‘Nolly’ Getgood and product demonstrator Nick Carter, offer nothing but impartial, credible, and honest comments on all reviews on Drummer’s Review, and are in no way connected to any brand or advertiser commercially.
Every review that appears on Drummers’ Review is filmed and recorded in exactly the same way at Middle Farm Studios. There’s no enhancing use of EQ, effects, etc. Our mission is simply to consistently present to you what we hear in the room and share our observations that may help you when choosing your next kit, snare, or set of cymbals.
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The Drummer’s Review Team
Adam “Nolly” Getgood
Adam “Nolly” Getgood is a producer and musician, tasked with engineering and presenting the Drummer’s Review review videos. He’s not a drummer himself, yet as a true drum fanatic Nolly brings his knowledge and experience to reviewing the gear in a methodical and unbiased manner. Known for getting the very best sound out of a drum kit, he regularly works with world class drummers in the world of rock and metal, and notably has produced, engineered and mixed for bands such as Devin Townsend Project, Periphery, Architects, Cynic, He Is Legend, and many others, as well as mixing commercial content for Meinl and Pro Mark.
Nick Carter is a professional drummer of 20+ years who brings a wealth of experience to Drummer’s Review when it comes to his role as product demonstrator. As well as playing with a host of high-profile artists, Nick was previously the editor of Drummer Magazine where amongst other things he was almost solely responsible for product reviews, giving him a huge amount of knowledge when it comes to equipment, as well as a deep understanding of what drummers are looking for from their gear selections.
Josefa “Pepa” Torres is the talented videographer behind the Drummer’s Review videos. She hails all the way from Chile, and has a long history of working with musicians and the music industry to create photo and video content of the highest quality. Specialising in documentary work and product videos, Pepa loves figuring out how to capture the gear we review in the best light.
Chris Edkins is a freelance engineer/producer & mixer from Bristol, and the newest member of the Drummer Reviews team, helping with all engineering and assisting duties. He’s worked with and alongside the likes of Adam “Nolly” Getgood, Devin Townsend, My Project Ghost, Black Peaks, Milk White Throat and many others.