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    Ok - I like Guns and Roses. But am I crazy? $125,000 for a 1988 Tama Rockstar Kit? I don't think Neil's Red Tama kit went for that much?

    http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/198...rs-for-125000/

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    ridiculous.... not a chance in the world it's worth a fraction of that lol
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    I found a nice used 5-pc. shell pack on-line for $280.
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    ...maybe a DW Collectors?

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    That's Corvette money.

    Anybody who would pay more than $1,500 for a set of drums is foolish.

    I know that some companies sell for way more, but with some tuning, I can make my cheap Pearl set sound just as good.

    If Goode or Gatzen tune them, I could make my Pearls sound better.
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    Maybe they think they'll make someone a rock star..

    GnR had that first record which still sounds good and it has been ranked as one of the best rock records of all time.

    I guess that inspired the insane price. Just put em in a Hard Rock cafe or Cleveland .
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    Some sucker will buy it. Might take awhile though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drummer View Post
    Some sucker will buy it. Might take awhile though.

    Yes, Kemosabe, the stupidity is heavy here. It compares to the running of the idiots in Pamplona.

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    Yeah , lets pay $125,000.00 for a mid level kit once owned by a loser that destroyed his life with drugs and alcohol. Oh and he played in the most overrated band ever.
    Last edited by NPYYZ; 09-04-2019 at 05:16 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo View Post
    I found a nice used 5-pc. shell pack on-line for $280.
    Ha-ha! Now that's what it's worth!
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