Had a good session at the drumset yesterday afternoon. I can now play 16th-notes on my set's bass drum now, plus just a tad of 32nd-notes, even though I'm still only using a single bass drum pedal, and play them good and LOUD too. I'm getting close to having Bonzo's pedal speed and power and can now play some of the licks he played, just now gotta work on the control side of it, which I'll be doing today. My drumset tuning experiments continue, and I think I've now gotten my Pearl Forum kit sounding as close as I'm probably going to get it to how Bonzo's Ludwig kits sounded, except I've now added my own little bit of uniqueness. Thanks to a new bass drum batter head I purchased a week or so ago that's equipped with its own muffling ring, I've been able to take all the padding now out of my bass drum. This was accompanied by cranking up the tension on both the batter and still-using OE Pearl resonant heads as high as I felt I could safely go, and my bass drum then sounded almost exactly like how Bonzo's bass drum sounds on Zeppelin's Houses of the Holy and Physical Graffiti albums, except for Kashmir. I don't have a big, cavernous hallway and stairwell to play in like Bonzo had for that piece. The twist I've now added is that I've now loosened the tension on the resonant head some to where now when I play sixteenth notes on the bass drum, the resonant head has a bit of a constant droning to it. I'm licking my chops now at what the possibilities are of what's going to be possible on my bass drum when I finally get my set double-beater pedals I'm wanting for Christmas. If I can do what I can do now with just one pedal, just IMAGINE what I'm going to be able to do when I get double-pedals and get my left foot as well conditioned and fast as my right foot now is? I love it!!!