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  1. Thread: Running

    by N2Bluz
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    Re: Running

    Hey, you may as well give it a shot. Remember this guy from the 2008 election cycle? He actually made it to one of the televised primary debates.
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    Not sure if it was intentional, but he...
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    Re: Inappropriate Fills?

    The only fills I know are inappropriate and over-used ones. The good news is, I only know about 2 or 3....so the rest of the band knows what to expect.
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    Re: Now’s the time to buy!

    Because the market will bear it (i.e. they can). USA kits are the premium. People are used to paying more for a Domestic product...and a rising tide raises all ships....
    My guess is that many...
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    Now’s the time to buy!

    If anyone is considering buying a new mid-grade or lower pro-grade kit, now’s the time to do it. The new tariff increase on China imported goods will go into effect on products leaving port on June...
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    Re: Thunder struck. . . . . .

    Actually, they’re from Finland.
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    Re: Ludwig Breakbeats

    Yep. Now you’re hooked. Get ya some lightweight cymbal stands, and it will become your “go to” gig kit in short order. The smaller tom sizes actually cut better than most people realize. Throw some...
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    Re: The Duckfoot wins!!!! YAMAHA

    Typical chain and strap driven pedals fare pretty well. Direct drive is where most problems are. Both my old Speed King and my Pearl Demon Direct pedals are more difficult to use with a riser. The...
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    Re: Hadley Nicole is here!

    Honestly....living with a pregnant woman for 9 months and coming out alive and sane deserves congratulations. (Maybe not as much as actually carrying the baby or giving birth....but it’s still...
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    Re: The Duckfoot wins!!!! YAMAHA

    Well, drilling is drilling...whether it’s 3 small holes or 4 small holes and 1 big hole! I’m just too lazy to drill that big hole, LOL. Having the tube hole does give you added range of height...
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    Re: Then i forgot to ....

    One of the reasons I love having a separate and complete “gig” and “practice” setup. Everything we gig with (including our PA system and amps) is stored on shelving in a specific room. When it’s time...
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    Re: The Duckfoot wins!!!! YAMAHA

    That design is basically the same as the Pearl JG16 riser.
    Only difference is the Pearl has the “foot” section vertically adjustable on the tube as well. The nice part to that is you can actually...
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    Re: Tornado last night

    We had one last Sunday afternoon that went through south Lincoln. It ripped the roofs off some business, but it completely disintegrated a small ice cream shop. It was one of those small buildings...
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    Re: Hadley Nicole is here!

    Awesome. Congratulations!
    You can UPS us all cigars now. (Does anyone still do that?).
  14. Re: Changed my Reso Head on my 18" Bass Drum and added a riser

    Maybe he doesn’t play it with his foot. Think of the possibilities.... That’s all I’m gonna say...
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    Re: Then i forgot to ....

    ....forgot to use the bathroom. Happens almost every gig. Sucks getting old. The “window of opportunity” closes a little more each year, LOL. If it ever came down to it, I WOULD get up and leave the...
  16. Re: Changed my Reso Head on my 18" Bass Drum and added a riser

    I have one of those risers that’s the plastic block/cradle that the shell rests on. My18” kick sounds MUCH better with it. However, it’s design doesn’t allow the pedal to sit flat on the floor.....so...
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    Sticky: Re: Ludwig Drums Discussion

    Didn’t you buy an outdoor shed for a drum/band practice space? You still using it?
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    Re: Needing a throw off

    IIRC, yours has black chrome?
    I agree...I’d start with Drum Factory Direct.
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    Re: Craiglist Tom Angles enjoyment.

    Holy Smokin’ Deal, Batman!

    Why would anyone drop $1500 on a brand new Ludwig, Gretch or DW mid-level shell pack.....when for only $1700, you could get a nice entry-level kit with cheap hardware, 6...
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    Re: Made a mistake last night

    Yep. First rule; Do NOT go into music stores unless you are specifically needing something. Browsing leads to buying.
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    Re: Red Dirt Mountain

    Wow. That’s terrible. Very sad to hear. I’m guessing it was the insulation...probably petroleum based.
    My brother was once cutting the cab corners out of an old pickup with a torch. Appearantly,...
  22. Thread: Slinky trips

    by N2Bluz
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    Re: Slinky trips

    Reminds me of the movie “A Walk in the Clouds”. I’m not a Keanu Reeves fan (in fact I usually avoid his movies), but it’s actually a pretty good movie.
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    Re: Red Dirt Mountain

    Welding accident? Electrocution? Welding on a pressure vessel?
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    Re: Another useless poll

    Must have been a link to the official Nickelback web page...:icon_mrgreen:
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    Re: We got signed for a cool gig in June

    Nice job. There’s no better feeling than booking a gig in a place you’ve been trying to get into. It’s important to have goals like that. Keeps the band focused.
    I agree....just pray for good...
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