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Jutha Teekasuk is a professional drummer based in Bangkok, Thailand. Asides from having studied with great drummers such as Todd Sucherman and Bruce Becker, he has acquired his drumming skills by playing with the leading local artists for the past 10 years. Throughout his career, Jutha has been playing with names such as Montonn & Hanna, Saksit Vejsupaporn, Worrawech Danuwong, Peerapat Tenwong, Thaneth Warakulnukroh, Sin Singular, Bell Supol, Room 39, Tom Isara, Stamp Apiwat and Palmy. Furthermore, Jutha has been a part of the musical team behind The Voice Kids Thailand for the past 5 seasons. Jutha’s dedication to drums and music does not stop there. He constantly seeks new inspirations and challenges, such as supporting projects for new and upcoming Thai artists as well as being active member of a Danish band currently wrapping on their first launch album. Jutha is currently touring both inside as well as outside Thailand with Thai leading rock band: Slot Machine.
Sound character: Dry, slightly dark, raw, melodic. Fairly narrow range, fairly clean mix. Heavy yet controllable feel. A clear, glassy ping over a dry and slightly dark, harmonic layer of wash. Very distinctive, tight and deep bell. Well suited for all types of musical styles that require clear stick work and a strong bell. Developed in co-operation with the legendary "The Police" drummer Stewart Copeland.
Sizes: 18", 19", 20", 21", 22", 24"
Sound character: Warm, deep, brilliant, lush. Medium wide range, complex mix. Responsive, giving feel. Warm luscious crashes with swift fade. Airy, defined ping over wide multi-layered wash. Broad, musical, integrated bells. Multifunctional design to work well as both crashes and rides in medium low to loud settings.
Sizes: 14", 15"
Sound character: Dark, full, soft, multi-layered. Medium wide range, complex mix. Soft, responsive feel. Velvety sizzling open sound. Rich, dark chick sound. A sensitive hi-hat perfectly suited for light to medium heavy use within Jazz, Blues, Country and other acoustic music styles.