Gavin Harrison Porcupine Tree Giveaway

This contest has ended. Thanks to those who entered.

To celebrate the release of Porcupine Tree’s double live album Octane Twisted (available for purchase online here), Gavin Harrison has gathered together some of his sponsoring companies to give one lucky reader a chance to win a selection of his favorite products.

 

Porcupine Tree’s double live album Octane Twisted

Sonor

A Sonor ProLite 5×14 Snare Drum in Red Tribal finish.

Sonor ProLite 5x14 Snare Drum
Zildjian

A 12″ FX Oriental China Trash cymbal: Authentic “trashy” Chinese sound. Very fast, explosive response with rapid decay.
An 18″ Z3 China: Super-loud effects. This China offers the most power of any cymbal in its class. The special hammering of the 18″ Z3 China allows it to have a lush, full-bodied sound with lots of focus and clarity. It’s what you would expect from a China, times 1,000.

A 12" FX Oriental China Trash cymbal 18" Z3 China: Super-loud effects

Vic Firth

Twelve pairs of Vic Firth Gavin Harrison Signature drumsticks featuring an elongated rock shaft with a blended taper and tip, with blue Vic Grip.

 Vic Firth Gavin Harrison Signature drumsticks

Remo Drumheads

2 Emperor ProPacks

Emperor ProPacks

Hardcase Cases

A Hardcase Cymbal Case and Snare Drum Case.

Hardcase Cymbal Case and Snare Drum Case

Sonor HARDCASE  Remo drumheads

This contest has ended. Thanks to those who entered.







  • Invincible Psychotron

    Thanks for giving us fans this great opportunity!

  • Richard

    Too bad European readers can´t take part.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kingcrab2010 Steve Crabtree

    Thanks for the contest. Being a long-time drummer, I could really make good use of this! (and everyone else, ha). *fingers-crossed in absentia

  • Bjartur

    Nice that is only for the fans from USA, there are other countries that also buy modern drummer you know.

  • Elayas

    I’m from the end of the world (Chile) and entered anyway!

  • Frank Vandenberghe

    Discrimination seems to be the norm when it comes to contests like these. Modern Drummer is eager to accept your money and will gladly spam your e-mail address but they will not let you enter into a contest like this one if you are not American. I was going to take out a subscription to Modern Drummer but I have found a much better destination for my money. They are simply not worth of my money.

  • Steve

    It’s not discrimination, it’s cost of shipping that makes these contests region specific. I’m from Australia btw and would LOVE to enter, but oh well.

  • Andrew H

    “Meh” : disappointed from London