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    Re: Snare Drum Mute

    "quality snare drum mute" ???

    It's a slab of rubber. :loller4:
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    Re: Where were you.....?

    At work. Saw the TV and couldn't believe what I was seeing. Everyone was incredibly sad, scared and shaking their heads in disbelief. Nothing got done that day.
  3. Thread: In a year

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    Re: In a year

    That took a lot of work! Very nice!
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    Re: $125,000 for a 1988 Rockstar Kit?

    Ha-ha! Now that's what it's worth!
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    Re: DrumCover: Smooth Criminal

    Always loved that song and even like the re-make by AA. Great job Allan and welcome to Drum Chat!
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    Re: Checking in again

    Thanks for saying hi Bridie. Sounds great! Glad you can jam with your brother. Awesome! :)
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    Re: Count UP to 10,000

    1370 (I never do this, lol)
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    Re: Buckcherry Cover spaz cam

    Solid! Great showmanship too man, love it!
  9. Thread: Concert !

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    Re: Concert !

    Wow, 2 of my favorite bands! Enjoy!
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    Re: Hello Strangers...

    Man, while everyone else has gone to 4 pc, you've got 3 mounted toms! I love it!
    Be yourself people. Do your own thing.

    Welcome back!
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    Re: Drums in a Van?

    Quite creative in my opinion. Yeah, if the van is large enough, go for it! :)

    Welcome to Drum Chat!!
  12. Thread: Lost and Found

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    Re: Lost and Found

    It's called aging. Embrace it my dear friend. :) You're still able to play, you can still get around the kit... You're very lucky! :)
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    Re: $125,000 for a 1988 Rockstar Kit?

    Some sucker will buy it. Might take awhile though.
  14. Re: Pearl Fiberglass: 1976 Peter Criss Alive! Drums (KISS)

    Man, that is so 70's! How cool!
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    Re: simple way to control conga overtones

    Wow, what a substantive and insightful first post! Thanks for that valuable insight JFairweather and welcome to our Drum Chat family! Kick off your shoes and stay awhile!
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    Re: Building a Drum Room

    :loller4: The picture of you in Depends.... oh my! :icon_eek:
  17. Re: I've finally reach that point ,no more drum buying

    I don't think I've ever mentioned it but I'm a minimalist. I rarely ever buy anything I don't need. I don't own that much either and I like it that way. I read somewhere long ago that "what you own,...
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    Re: I wasn't planning. . . . . . .

    Great deal! I never tried them but love the slick look.
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    Re: Really cool moment with my son

    Love this! The bond with your children during formative years is priceless. Thanks for being a great father!
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    Re: I'm humbled- Drum Bum, you rock!

    I'd like to try the spinners myself. They used to give me samples now and then. Time to drop some hints, lol.
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    Re: Craiglist Tom Angles enjoyment.

    The best feature is 'dust collector'. :loller4:

    Ludwing, lol
    But it's really a Perl! :icon_eek::)
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    Sticky: Re: Tips on Cymbal Care

    There are so many opinions on this, it boggles the mind. Just when a few people start agreeing on one kind, someone else says it doesn't work for them. Crazy! lol ... I think the issues is, we're...
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    Re: Packed Up My Drums and Left Home

    Rich, the best part about divorce is the freedom you have afterwards, making necessary changes, learning from past experiences and going on to a promising future. More power to you man. Glad to hear...
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    Re: How to practice the Stick Control book

    Yeah Johnny, there are so many ways to milk that book. Dynamics are so important and often underestimated.
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    Sticky: Re: Introduce Yourself!

    Welcome to DrumChat Chris!
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