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    Re: My unpopular opinion of Ozone crashes

    I understand your position.
    I liked my 16Ē China, until I made my own Ozone out of a 14Ē Wuhan crash (hole saw on a cordless drill, lol). Now, Iím addicted to the Ozone. Itís way more...
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    Re: Accessories Case/Bag Advice

    I carry more stuff than that in my pockets, LOL. Honestly, for no more than that, Iíd go to Walmart and pick up a travel or sports duffel bag.

    If you want a more professional look, (or even...
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    Sticky: Re: Ludwig Drums Discussion

    Did you consider the Atlas rail mount? Classic look, fantastic functionality and no holes required.
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    Re: Not Happy

    Good candidate to turn down to 13” hats (or whatever it takes to clean up the cracks)
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    Re: Help choosing Ludwig set

    Unless you can custom order them that way...
    You would most likely have to dis-assemble them down to the bare shells and send them off somewhere. You’d pay shipping both ways, as well as the labor...
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    Re: Help choosing Ludwig set

    Ringo had numerous kits. He started out on Premiers (makes sense since they’re English), but his first new kit was the Ludwig In ‘62-‘63. He was infatuated with the Black Oyster wrap and more than...
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    Re: Help choosing Ludwig set

    To really get that vintage Beatles sound, you’ll need the top-of-the-line Legacy Maples or Legacy Mahogany...high dollar....
    Either that, or go find a used vintage ‘60’s kit. I believe Ringo’s...
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    Re: Tom stands for 80s Pearl

    I’m a little confused as far as what’s going on. The Pearl tube mount/ratchet arms are hard to adjust, but typically are extremely stable.

    Are these what you’re talking about?
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    Re: Kit you've had the longest?

    I believe it’s called Black Shadow. Yes...they are VERY heavy! Super thick shells, Merranti (high end Luan) with a finish ply of Birch. The overall quality and finish is as good or better than Ive...
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    Re: Gone Waaay Too Long

    We’ve just been waiting for you. We knew you’d come back to the flock. :confused:

    What shocks me is that it’s been 8yrs??
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    Re: Kit you've had the longest?

    Was it like my XPK?
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    Technically, this is the kit that I’ve owned the 2nd longest....about 6yrs or something like that. It was the first kit that I bought to refurbish. The BD had...
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    Re: Kit you've had the longest?

    Those old long lug Exports are indestructible. I kinda wish I would have kept mine.
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    Re: Another gig threatened by rain

    It was ugly. BUT, honestly, I’d rather have it turn out like it did then play a full night in front of 1000 people with a fill-in Bass player, doing songs we’ve never done before, LOL. Maybe it was a...
  14. Thread: Happiness Is...

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    Re: Happiness Is...

    I sincerely hope and pray youíve found it, brother. May you Rest In Peace and eternal happiness.:punk:
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    Re: Happiness Is...

    Not always found where we want or expect it to be, and often the antithesis of what we pursue in life.
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    Re: Another gig threatened by rain

    Well, I wish they would have just canceled our last night, LOL. I just spent 2hrs unloading and unpacking all our equipment. Chords, mics, drums, PA.....every last piece, along with all the...
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    Re: Another gig threatened by rain

    Agreed. With the exception of this guy, that’s pretty much what we have. He’s good, but we don’t really need his guitar abilities. In fact, I would rather have someone that can sing well and just...
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    Re: Another gig threatened by rain

    This was not the first time. Honestly, I really like the guy and really like playing with him. Regardless of his outbursts, he’s got a good heart deep down. He just has that Diva thing that comes out...
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    Re: Another gig threatened by rain

    Well.....thankfully, it’s over, LOL. Disaster seems to be the best description. We got set up and started the event off with 3 songs. The fill-in Bass player did OK, but it was kinda rough in spots....
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    Re: Another gig threatened by rain

    So far, as of 2:30pm it’s a crap shoot for the weather. We’re supposed to start at 5:00. We’ll show up and see what happens. I told them that if the pavement is wet, we don’t play. It’s a safety...
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    Another gig threatened by rain

    Tomorrow night is our biggest gig of the year. Itís an outdoor Rib Festival that my band has played every year since itís inception 5 years ago. We usually have 1000 to 1500 people through the course...
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    Re: Kit you've had the longest?

    I suppose that would be my Tama Swingstar kit from the late ‘80’s. It’s a vintage T badge, made in Japan. It was the first kit I played in a band, and belonged to the guitar player who was a good...
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    Re: Nightmare room Saturday night

    Yep, I been there too. Probably the worst was actually outside on a downtown street. They had us face across the street. The sound was bouncing back & forth between the buildings on both sides. No...
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    Re: Radioface - Pat Travers

    You seriously did a great job. I’d say that’s the best I heard from both you and your band yet. Looks like everything is falling into place!
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    Re: Radioface - Pat Travers

    Nice. I can really tell you guys keep improving and getting tighter. I really hate it when bars have live bands and don’t turn off the TV’s. Just a pet peeve of mine....
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