Hey tribe, just giving everyone a heads up on in my opinion, good news! I recently went over to one of the Air Force bands, one happens to be at the base that I am stationed at, and showed off my ZX to them. Being the musicians that they are, they had heard of a Zendrum, knows who Futureman is and his association with the Zendrum and his Drumitar. Bottom line, I rocked them so hard, they sent out their feelers for any of the seven Air Force bands in search of a Zendrum. I remembered hearing that the band stationed in Nebraska had a Zendrum but didn't know how to use it and didn't want to take the time to learn, so it was on a shelf somewhere.
Today I was notified by my friends with the band in Nebraska that they have found their ZX that had been sitting on the shelf in their supply room, and are in the process of transferring it to the band here in Illinois. The band here in Illinois has also contacted me and are ready for me to come over and give them a crash course on how to play it once it arrives. I will be going over there in the next week or so to go over what sound modules they already have and what they may want to consider getting to get the most of their new Expect to be hearing and seeing (via pictures and maybe some video) of the Air Force using this great instrument.
On a sad note, I many not be the only one that has taken a Zendrum to war anymore...
. The competition is getting stiff because the band is going to be heading over to the beach in a few months to entertain the troops and they may be leading the way with the Zen in front.