Talk:Pete Sandoval

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"He is one of the few drummers that plays a blast beat with the two kick - one snare pattern." Anyone care to clarify what this means? Quirk 19:52, 19 Feb 2005 (UTC)

I think it means he alternates his blast beats on two bass drums rather than one like most are done.


The 2nd sentence in this is not very clear: "Sandoval once believed he had a son, whom he credited his work on Domination to. As later revealed in his personal thank you-note that his "son" was actually the result of his one of his girlfriends affairs on the side of Sandoval."

Needs mending.

--62.205.126.127 14:48, 14 March 2006 (UTC)


Removed this section:

"According to Azagthoth, Sandoval's Morbid Angel bandmates once played a prank on him by making him listen to an automated drum machine which they claimed was an actual drummer who could play faster than him. Sandoval believed them, went on to practice, and eventually managed to play faster than the drum machine, to the amazement of his bandmates who thought it was impossible. [citation needed]"

As a) it's poorly worded, b) has no citation and c) I've heard the same urban legend about other musicians.