My church was doign a talent show and needed more acts. So I thought I'd call some of my drumline friends and we could do a little drum jam, me on drumset and my friend on quads/tenors. Then another friend from the drumline asked if he could play with us also only he wanted to play guitar. After recruiting a bass player we started practicing. Since I wanted to work the quads into a normal rock song we decided to play Zeppelin's Moby Dick with an improvized/trade off drum solo between set and quads that led right into D'Yer Mak'er. All the first generation Zeppelin fans were excited to see an old classic come to life. Or total practice time was prob. less than 6 hours and our performance was full of flaws but the non-drummer audience couldnt tell and thought it was amazing. I love tricking people into thinking I'm the next Bonham.