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I carry an extra snare as opposed to just taking snare parts. It's much faster to replace the whole snare than to interrupt the event to change a head. I also carry an extra pedal.
Did a search and found the last time anyone asked about this appeared to be in 2003. Just wondering if there have been additions to the list of things that gigging drummers carry in the "just in case" bag. Here's what I've got on the list:Snare heads (batter and reso)Snare wire setKick Heads (batter and reso)Port rings (for us EMAD users)Tools (drum key, multi-tool, etc)Duct tapeFeltsCymbal sleevesWing nuts (for everything)First aid stuff (advil, bandaids)Am I forgetting anything?
Gonna have to wait until we decide on a band name.....
The nine volt battery made me think. I'm often providing extra/replacement stuff to other musicians on the gig. Mic cable, 1/4" cable, repairs with my multi-tool or black duct tape.
having witnessed a guitar player's "9-volt Jig" in person