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HAHAHAHAHAHAHA build your callouses at home!!! omg that had my laughing
haha yeah honestly I love my hanging drums because i also don't have to deal with the three legs when setting up. Yes an extra stand but saved me hassle.
you buy low end electronic drums you get what you paid for... or traded for... good ekits don't come cheap
oh no you make them send you a shipping label! They'll do it
ok I'll tell.. in my previous life I was a beaver...........
Someday you'll learn my secrets... but I'm not ready to kiss and tell yet Ricky boy ;)
That's horrible to see but I'm glad he went doing what he loves.... RIP
My student will be sad she's a huge Boston fan and we're working on one of their songs currently.
that's a hefty amount of posts!
What is the snare drum you put this on? Also what heads are you using?
I just saw a facebook post for a brand new hi-hat pedal for DW. It was a stubby thing with a small splash/hi-hat connected.
Never seen that before.
What heads are you currently using and how old are they?
I want to put my Pork Pie seat on a hydraulic base like my Roc-N-Soc.
I'm also trying to convince Bill at Pork Pie to custom make me a seat to match my Zebra wood kit haha
I've had to trigger my kit several times but mostly I only triggered kicks and snare.
a stick in a half lol
I know it's been made by others but I'm super disappointed in DW that they don't sell a clamp to mount their remote hi-hat straight to the rack!?!?
I once put a china on the bottom and a crash on top of it. So it never really closed but it was a strange stack sound that was adjustable from tight to loose on the fly. So I never kept the stack...
that chair is just icing on the cake! omg lol
not grunt but apparently my tongue comes out a lot during harder fills and beats lol