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    Hello peoples! (this thread has been being writing in specific Slavic English for comedian effect)

    I am returning to motherlands US and A in soon period for two sundays and I am meaning that I would like to have one drum lessons from wonderful skilled DC user, I will come on them and play, and user informs on me. Payment in alcohol or other material upon agreements.

    Seriously, I just wouldn't mind a single lesson from someone advanced, hear a different opinion, see what you have to say. Not sure if I'll have a phone number, but I'm sure I can arrange something. I will have a car however. I can pay, but in the spirit of camaraderie, I'd prefer to pay in something consumable, like food, drinks, a meal, crab cakes, whatever.

    I'm a lower intermediate, my mentor here is quite advanced, so I would prefer if you were quite good, however age is not an issue...
    Yamaha DTX 500 module
    Anatolian Kappadokia 14" Rock High Hats
    Sabian El Sabor 20" Ride
    Zildjian A 18" Crash Ride
    Istanbul Agop 16" Trash Hit
    1950's Zildjian 14" Splash/light crash
    Istanbul 8" Splash (pre 1997)
    Mapex Black Panther Steel Piccolo
    1965 Premier 3 piece 10, 16, 22


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    Me thinks it depend on where in the US of A you will be????
    -Brian

    "Too many crappy used drum stuff to list"

    Play the SONG......not the DRUMS!!!

    "I think that feeling is a lot more important than technique. It's all very well doing a triple paradiddle - but who's going to know you've done it? If you play technically you sound like everybody else. It's being original that counts." ~ John Bonham

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    I don't qualify as an instructor but if your gonna be in the Northern New England area you are welcome too stop by and have a beer or 3 and noodle around on my kit.
    Crush Sublime Birch

    Ludwig Classic Maple (IN UTERO)

    Sabian HHX 21" ride and AAX crashes, Zildjian 14" K hybrid hats

    Decide whether this is love for the craft or simply an ego thing

    http://www.redskymary.com/ NOT MY BAND, JUST A GREAT LOCAL BAND WHO SHOULD BE SOOO MUCH BIGGER IMO

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    Stop by Lodi California and I promise you won't get stuck there.
    Last edited by late8; 07-22-2015 at 04:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by late8 View Post
    Stop by Lodi California and I promise you'll won't get stuck there.
    Good CCR reference.

    I can also promise that, If you're Going to California with an aching in your heart, late8 and I will be here for ya.
    Stolen from EddieV:
    Boom, ching, boom boom ching, fuggadugga fuggadugga fuggadugga crash. Rinse, Repeat ad-nauseum.

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    Come on Mark. You steal copy. Just look at your signature.
    Quote Originally Posted by Texdrumr View Post
    Nothing says 'tough' like a drummer with ducklings on his drums. Ha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markadiddle View Post
    If you're Going to California with an aching in your heart, late8 and I will be here for ya.
    Better start saving for bail money.
    Signature here

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    Goin to California, gonna to make that my home...

    I would love to check out Late8's sweet hybrid kit, however my time is exclusive to the Chocolate and Charm cities...
    Yamaha DTX 500 module
    Anatolian Kappadokia 14" Rock High Hats
    Sabian El Sabor 20" Ride
    Zildjian A 18" Crash Ride
    Istanbul Agop 16" Trash Hit
    1950's Zildjian 14" Splash/light crash
    Istanbul 8" Splash (pre 1997)
    Mapex Black Panther Steel Piccolo
    1965 Premier 3 piece 10, 16, 22


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bish View Post
    Better start saving for bail money.
    ^^

    Who, us? Rich and me are innocent I tell ya!
    Last edited by Markadiddle; 07-22-2015 at 03:55 PM.
    Stolen from EddieV:
    Boom, ching, boom boom ching, fuggadugga fuggadugga fuggadugga crash. Rinse, Repeat ad-nauseum.

    Quote Originally Posted by drummer View Post
    Come on Mark. You steal copy. Just look at your signature.
    Quote Originally Posted by Texdrumr View Post
    Nothing says 'tough' like a drummer with ducklings on his drums. Ha!

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    The Bahamas are fun as well although not part of the US.

    all the best...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgziegler View Post
    Goin to California, gonna to make that my home...

    I would love to check out Late8's sweet hybrid kit, however my time is exclusive to the Chocolate and Charm cities...
    So, you're going to be in California? What part? California is ummm... kind of a large state. It's a mere 770 miles(1,240km) from North to South and 250 miles(400km) West to East. It takes anywhere from 13-17 hours to drive from North to South.
    Last edited by Markadiddle; 07-22-2015 at 04:05 PM.
    Stolen from EddieV:
    Boom, ching, boom boom ching, fuggadugga fuggadugga fuggadugga crash. Rinse, Repeat ad-nauseum.

    Quote Originally Posted by drummer View Post
    Come on Mark. You steal copy. Just look at your signature.
    Quote Originally Posted by Texdrumr View Post
    Nothing says 'tough' like a drummer with ducklings on his drums. Ha!

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    Howlin' Wolf reference (ahhh the youth these days!)

    DC=Washington DC aka Chocolate City
    B'more= Baltimore aka Charm City

    I was trying to speak Amurikan :P you know, get back to my culture...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgziegler View Post
    Howlin' Wolf reference (ahhh the youth these days!)

    DC=Washington DC aka Chocolate City
    B'more= Baltimore aka Charm City

    I was trying to speak Amurikan :P you know, get back to my culture...
    Ahhh, got ya. Murican.

    Well, if ya ever get out to this part of the country, I promise you won't wind up in prison.
    Stolen from EddieV:
    Boom, ching, boom boom ching, fuggadugga fuggadugga fuggadugga crash. Rinse, Repeat ad-nauseum.

    Quote Originally Posted by drummer View Post
    Come on Mark. You steal copy. Just look at your signature.
    Quote Originally Posted by Texdrumr View Post
    Nothing says 'tough' like a drummer with ducklings on his drums. Ha!

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    Considering last wednesday I tried to call Uber (not the driver, the application) and apparently saturday I nearly walked off the roof of my friend's building (that was after i missed my mouth while eating tiramisu I've been told), I'm pretty sure I'll either be dead or in jail before I get to Cali

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    I'd go to Kansas City. They got some pretty little women there......or so I've heard.
    -Brian

    "Too many crappy used drum stuff to list"

    Play the SONG......not the DRUMS!!!

    "I think that feeling is a lot more important than technique. It's all very well doing a triple paradiddle - but who's going to know you've done it? If you play technically you sound like everybody else. It's being original that counts." ~ John Bonham

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2Bluz View Post
    I'd go to Kansas City. They got some pretty little women there......or so I've heard.
    Maybe you can see Prague as my location, American women can stay away from me
    Yamaha DTX 500 module
    Anatolian Kappadokia 14" Rock High Hats
    Sabian El Sabor 20" Ride
    Zildjian A 18" Crash Ride
    Istanbul Agop 16" Trash Hit
    1950's Zildjian 14" Splash/light crash
    Istanbul 8" Splash (pre 1997)
    Mapex Black Panther Steel Piccolo
    1965 Premier 3 piece 10, 16, 22


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    You're in lodi late8? I'm in manteca. Lol.
    Mapex Saturn 6 pc
    14x6 mapex stainless steel snare
    Zildjian,Paiste, Meinl
    DW5000 td4 double pedal

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    Quote Originally Posted by piratemonkey124 View Post
    You're in lodi late8? I'm in manteca. Lol.
    Hey we're neighbors!!

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    Lol yup.
    Mapex Saturn 6 pc
    14x6 mapex stainless steel snare
    Zildjian,Paiste, Meinl
    DW5000 td4 double pedal

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