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  1. Thread: Frosty

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    Re: Frosty

    If I missed all this when it happened...I'm very sorry. Have had Wire Haired & Smooth Fox Terriers, a beagle, mixed breeds cats and they give so much more than we deserve. This new one will be a joy....
  2. Thread: My New Pup

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    Re: My New Pup

    Way to go! Fiesty little booger isn't he? Now, you need to get a couple of kittens to keep him entertained!
  3. Thread: Frosty

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    Re: Frosty

    So sorry foryour loss. Pets leave us far too soon.
  4. Thread: Drum Badges

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    Re: Drum Badges

    The Chicago (made in the Damen Ave factory) Ludwig keystone badges
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    Re: And Speaking of Football...........

    I graduated high school in 1969. The last year we got a new line of Slingerland marching drums, blue sparkle, wooden shells, nylon snares(for a gut sound). Prior to that, we were using old(from the...
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    Re: Where can I find the worst cymbals?

    Most likely they are brass, not bronze cymbals, and are very thin. Get one if you want/need one, but I'd recommend getting real/professional cymbals that will sound better and last. Each to their own...
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    Re: Agazarian Cymbals

    I have some Agazarian Chinas(6, 8, 10, 12), and a 14 crash, and they sound great. I also have a Wu Han 20 or 22( loud & nasty), a Wu Han 12(not much sound from that one), a 16 A Zildjian High Boy(?)(...
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    Re: Can a snare stand affect sound?

    This is the answer you have been looking for. You clamp it in tight, you are dampening it. Just set it sit/float on the rubber "grippers" of the basket arms. The drum isn't choked, and it won't...
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    Re: 14X24 bass question

    I used a 14 x 20 for 48 years, non ported, non dampened heads, then went to a 16 x 26, non ported, non dampened BD. Single Ludwig Speed King pedals. Stock Ludwig and Remo heads. Great sound, easy to...
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    Re: how much would you....

    So if she'd bent over to reclaim a pick you could have seen all the way to Christmas, and halfway to New Years?
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    Re: I got to do a cool thing for a young drummer

    You did the right thing and were lucky to be in a position to do so. I've doe things like this over the years, and its just sharing what you have to help make the world a better place!
  12. Thread: Sold my Gong

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    Re: Sold my Gong

    Pretty sad to read.
  13. Thread: StickTwirl?

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    Re: StickTwirl?

    Old school. IIRC, back in the 60s Rogers, Slingerland, and Ludwig had these in their catalogs.
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    Re: Had a bittersweet practice yesterday

    Be sure you express these feelings to your bandmates. Who knows what the future will bring. Or who the future will bring. Keep learning and playing, and cherish the memories !!
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    Re: That one crash cymbal

    My favorite is a K Zildjian 17" Dark Thin Crash that I obtained from a backline kit in a Hillsborough, NC bar in 2007. I purchased an A. Zildjian 18" medium crash, that sounded almost exactly like...
  16. Thread: Supralite

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    Re: Supralite

    I have one, 3 years old, 8" X 14". Only change I made was to add a die-cast batter hoop. Have mercy what a sound ! Full range of dynamics available. I used to have a 3" X 13" piccolo snare. I left...
  17. Re: "Tell Me Something Good" , Rufus w/ Chaka Kahn

    Thanks ! I agree with what you posted. I'd just ike to nail it, if possible, so as not to have to take any crap if its not note for note perfect. Sometimes I am expected to toe a tougher line than...
  18. "Tell Me Something Good" , Rufus w/ Chaka Kahn

    I know this has probably been gone over many times , but I'd appreciate your help now.

    Tell Me Something Good. A fine song. I now wish I'd learned it in 1974 when it came out. My brain was 23, and...
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    Re: Wood vs Metal snare

    Supraphonics
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    Re: Roto Tom reflectors

    Bought a set, Remo brand, in 1983, added the reflectors also.Don't know about esonance enhancement, but they project a bit louder, more focused, and I use them for reggae and Latin type feels.

    My...
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    Re: My right calf is killing me!

    Stretch your muscles before you play, and after you play. Lay off any carbonated soft drinks, and avoid the GatorAde stuff also. Too much sugar, carbonation is bad for bones, muscles, and connective...
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    Poll: Re: Snare drum hoops

    Die cast on batter side, the triple flange that came with the drums on the bottom. Toms & bass drums-triple flange and wooden (BD).
  23. Re: How long have you been a member on this forum?

    I think 5 years, but I dropped off a couple of times.
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    Re: Your ride cymbal!

    1965 A. Zildjian 22" Medium Ride (sounds a lot like a K)

    1969 A. Zildjian 20" Medium Ride (very pingy and bell like)
  25. Re: Traitor creeping over to the dark side of the drums

    Some of the best bassists I've ever worked with are ladies. Welcome!
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