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    I only use them things that do not collapse, such as tom arms. When I read the November 2007 Modern Drummer, I grabbed a Sharpie for the cymbals and stands. A horizontal line across cymbal tilters and for anything requiring height, and a vertical notch for positioning cymbal arm angles. Comes right off with rubbing alcohol. Previously I left as many things set as possible. Now I collapse whatever I can.

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    Having a rack makes memory locks good for the upright posts. But for booms that can retract inside themselves, makes locks of no use. So I incorporate them on the posts but not the boom part.
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    i never took them out so they are still there...

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    They Make Setup Quicker,,,,And Stop Dat Annoyance To Have A Tom Mount Or Cymbal Stand Drop During A Performance...Thxs To Rogers Drums For An Idea
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    I Always use them because I am not the one who sets up my kit. All stands and accessories(dogbones, etc.) are color coded as well. I also have a carpet for my single bass drum set up and one for my double bass set up. Both have clear markings for drum and stand positioning.
    Last edited by Reverend D.; 06-23-2009 at 02:17 PM.
    A good drummer will sound good on anything(even stock drum heads). A bad drummer will sound bad on anything.

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