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    Re: Your Drumming Skills Level

    3 to 4. I started later in life and just do it as a home hobby. I would love to get better, but don't have the time to invest on the skills I know I need. Hoping that retirement (a ways away) will...
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    Re: First gig since September!

    Congrats! Awesome to hear that some normalcy is returning!
  3. Re: Any Wolfgang Van Halen Fans?! Mammoth - Don't Back Down

    Great playing as always Zack! Glad to hear about the possible new group.
  4. Re: Shout out to Roc N Soc Customer service!

    Both my son and I love the Roc N Soc hydraulics. Most comfortable throne I have sat on. Have 1 on each of our kits.
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    Re: New arrivals coming this week.

    Awesome kits Bish!
  6. Re: Let's talk big Frank and Sound (Frankenstein) kits

    Love Yamaha as well. Great looking kits you have Bish!
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    Re: UPS showed up on Monday............

    Beautiful drums, congrats!
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    Picked up a new hi hat stand

    Found a clearance deal for Sakae double braced 2 legged hi hat stand that was too good to pass up. It showed up last night and I have to say I am impressed. I had been using an old (early 90's) Pearl...
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    Re: Sabian HHX Legacy set...

    Wow those look incredible! Congrats on finding the perfect cymbal set for you.
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    Re: My latest GAS attack remedy

    Congrats Bish, gorgeous kit!
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    Re: Headstrong by Trapt - Drum Cover

    Once again you nailed it. Great job on this one Zach!
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    Re: Smokin - Boston drum cover

    Really nice job, love that song!
  13. Re: DEF LEPPARD's RICK ALLEN Named 'Best Rock Drummer In The World'

    My day was last Tuesday, when I failed to get on my kit. Dang it, missed my chance!
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    Re: Rosanna by Toto drum cover

    Really awesome job on this! Love the sound of right side ride (non riveted with the chunk out of it). You killed this one!
  15. Thread: New Toy

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    Re: New Toy

    Very Nice!!!!
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    Re: New Kit Recommendations?

    Yamaha Tour Custom? Pearl Masters Series? Both can be found used in the price point you have and both are incredible drums for the money.
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    Re: Tom Sawyer - Rush - Drum Cover

    Very nice job Zack! Great tribute.
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    Re: Merry Christmas!

    I considered the 1968 Acro I got a few weeks ago a Christmas present, so yes!
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    Re: Count UP to 10,000

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    Re: Favorite or preferred snare

    I love the sound of a Ludwig Acrolite. My son and I both have one on our kits and plan on keeping them there for a good long while.
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    Re: Got Copper?

    Gorgeous!
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    Re: Possible new (old) snare day!

    Thanks Bish! It took at least $100 off from what I have seen on Reverb/GC Used/Music Go Round, etc. It truly is mint with that exception. Going to put new heads on later today and take her for a...
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    Re: Possible new (old) snare day!

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    Here she is! March 27th 1968 date stamp. The shell is in incredible shape with the exception of the small inscription of the owners name and drivers license number. You...
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    Possible new (old) snare day!

    Taking a road trip this morning to look at a 1968 KB Acrolite that looks to be in incredible shape with the exception that the original owner gouged their name into the shell below the bead. If it...
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    Re: New Birdseye Maple Stave Snare

    It's 5/16th thick. Here are some shots through the bottom head.
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