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  1. Thread: Concert !

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    Re: Concert !

    I would absolutely love to see the current Kansas. I saw them in Tunica, MS at one of the casinos there. Steve Walsh was still on keys and lead vocals, and the band just simply blew me away. They...
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    Re: Lost and Found II

    I think this is likely the best video you've posted thus far, Rick. Your playing and the kit really comes alive once you launch into the snare.

    Quick inquiry: in every video, you enter the screen...
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    Re: Buckcherry Cover spaz cam

    Spaz, I think those kind of visuals are just super cool, man! Looks like we have our own Zoltan Cheney in our midst now!!!!

    If we peek back into history, this kind of "showy" drumming has been...
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    Sticky: Re: Post Your Bird's-Eye View/Driver's Seat Kit Pics!!

    Yep. It pushes the hihat too far to the left for me, too. I normally play one up, two down, so I don't know if I can deal with this arrangement or not. Certainly NOT on gigs!

    GeeDeeEmm
  5. Re: Pearl Fiberglass: 1976 Peter Criss Alive! Drums (KISS)

    What self-respecting drummer would be seen with anything less than a thirteen-piece kit in a mirror finish?

    I went to single tom/bd heads in the 1970s, too. I HAD to! I couldn't afford to buy new...
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    Re: Yamaha Anyone?

    Sure would be a lot of help if you posted pics of all the gear, and at least a starting price to negotiate from. Good luck, buddy. Yamaha always sells well - for good reasons.

    GeeDeeEmm
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    Re: Kit you've had the longest?

    Nineteen years on my Pacific CX kit that I bought new. I've had a string of top-level kits over the years, but none has brought me the pleasure and reliability that these have. I guess I'll keep them...
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    Sticky: Re: Post Your Bird's-Eye View/Driver's Seat Kit Pics!!

    The new Slingerland kit project from near the driver's seat.
    GeeDeeEmm

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  9. Slingerland Project Progressing - Almost Done

    Just to recap, last year I received an NOS Slingerland Concert King set, and added to the 12/13/16 configuration Studio King 10" and 18" toms (also new, NOS). Since the drums didn't match, I...
  10. Re: Bought our 1st RV/Travel Trailer to camp, anyone else Camp?

    My wife just retired a couple of months ago, and the first thing on her list was to get a camper. So, we found a 2002 28ft model that seemed to be in good shape. We looked at it in a pouring rain and...
  11. Thread: Not Happy

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    Re: Not Happy

    Those kind of breakages simply happen with bronze. That particular cymbal may have been made from a faulty batch of metal, or lathed incorrectly, or . . . or . . . the possibilities are endless. But...
  12. Thread: Curious...

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    Re: Curious...

    Hmmm . . . this thread made me realize that I now have five snare drums. And not one of them is a premier, high-priced, collectable snare drum. I played my first fifty years with only one snare at a...
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    Sticky: Re: Show Us Your Drums!

    Thanks, Bob! And welcome back to the forum. I've missed reading your posts.

    GeeDeeEmm
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    Re: Crush Sublime Birch

    I say again: TODAY is the pinnacle in the drum price/quality equation. That Crush kit is gorgeous and righteously built with quality components throughout. I love the color, too.
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    Sticky: Re: Show Us Your Drums!

    Thanks, Mike! I appreciate the comment.

    GeeDeeEmm
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    Sticky: Re: Show Us Your Drums!

    My current project: NOS Slingerland Concert King/Studio King kit in white marine pearl. A full description of the kit is posted in the Slingerland section, but in summary my new (straight from the...
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    Sticky: Re: Slingerland Drums Discussion

    A few more pics, including the original color of part of the kit - a beautiful deep red mahogany.

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    Sticky: Re: Slingerland Drums Discussion

    I don't think I've posted a pic of my new Slingerland kit. This kit was a mix of Concert King (imported, 5 ply maple) and Studio King (from the Conway, Arkansas operation, so select Keller 5-ply...
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    Re: Some (kinda) Uptempo Shuffle for Y'all

    As I've told you before, Ryan, I love watching your exercise videos. But this shuffle . . . uh,uh . . . that ain't cuttin' it brother. Sounds way too forced and rigid. You need to lay back with that...
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    Re: A Drum Solo That Keeps Me Interested

    I resemble that remark!

    GeeDeeEmm
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    Re: A Drum Solo That Keeps Me Interested

    :icon_wink: Sometimes it's just easier to pour on the BS than to say something logical and meaningful. :icon_lol:

    GeeDeeEmm
  22. Thread: Rough week

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    Re: Rough week

    I hope they get the death penalty, too. Scum.

    GeeDeeEmm
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    Re: A Drum Solo That Keeps Me Interested

    Ahh! So you guys DO hear what I'm hearing, you just don't think it's impressive. But your thoughts that his style is "ancient (and) predictable," and is "basically the same drumming that I've heard...
  24. Thread: Why?

    by gdmoore28
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    Re: Why?

    Well, there 'ya go. You know exactly what I'm talking about.

    Actually, I wish I'd learned to play both ways - up and down - but I didn't. And at age 65, I've no inclination to learn it now.
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  25. Thread: Why?

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    Re: Why?

    Ha! Try playing heel-up on both the bass drum AND the hi-hat - 'cause that's what I've always done. And, it feels 100% natural to me. So, I literally have both feet/legs in the air, and the balancing...
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