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    Hi, A quick introduction from me. I stopped playing live in 2008 due to starting a family and not having the time/money/energy anymore to do it justice. Fast forward to 2020 and after bumping into an old guitarist mate of mine I went down to his rehearsal space for a jam,which somehow ended up with me putting a band together with him.
    Now, my old kit was packed away in 2008 into the van trailer and pretty much forgotten about,so now is the time to get it out of hibernation.......

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    I'd hoped to he able to share some pics but it looks like I'm not allowed to yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TUBTHUMPER View Post
    I'd hoped to he able to share some pics but it looks like I'm not allowed to yet?
    Welcome to Drum Chat.

    To post pictures, use a web hosting site and post the links here. You can start today.
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    Thanks. They're all on my phone and my Pbucket account doesn't support hosting anymore.

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    The good news was that they had all survived their long storage but were definitely ready for a strip down and re-heading. I'd kept the cymbals and my favourite snare in the house during the lay off so I was confident they were ok,but will probably experiment with a different snare batter as I'm changing my life long alegance with Remo this time and have opted to use one of the Evans range.

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    Welcome to DrumChat Tub! Glad to have you as part of our drum family. I look forward to those pics!
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    Then this happened....

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    Looking forward to seeing the Resonator
    The Varukers.

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    I'd love to show you but my profile says I cannot post attachments and I'm struggling to work out how to get my pics on here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TUBTHUMPER View Post
    I'd love to show you but my profile says I cannot post attachments and I'm struggling to work out how to get my pics on here?
    What I found works for me is to have a Gmail account. You will get free online storage with that. I just upload my pictures to Google Drive. Then I can download them to a PC and upload to a storage site like, Imgur. I think that is the one I'm currently using. Again, all free, just need to jump a few hoops and you are there!
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    You can load directly from your phone to the forum. No hosting needed.
    First, touch the picture icon in the thread reply box.
    E31A1EF1-45B3-4257-90BE-328516B996FF.jpg
    Next, hit the Choose File button (You need to be on the From Computer tab) and then select Photo Library from your phone menu. Select the pic you want and then touch the Upload File.
    2F09AB69-1CCB-4352-8592-517B3E25FBC0.jpg
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    Then it will look like this
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    Thatís using an iPhone. Others may be different, but with an iPhone it only takes 3-4 seconds to post a photo. Super easy!!!

    That said, you must have a minimum number of posts under your belt (like 10 or 20 or something like that) before your profile will allow you to post pics. Itís a security thing.
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    Play the SONG......not the DRUMS!!!

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    Thanks for the help but when I open up the insert image box it doesn't give me the option to select from my computer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TUBTHUMPER View Post
    Thanks for the help but when I open up the insert image box it doesn't give me the option to select from my computer?
    Just get your post count up a bit as N2Bluz mentioned.
    - Tom

    Everyone loves FREE... like this free drum forum. But like your car and even your drums, they require upkeep and maintenance and that requires money.

    Will you consider Shopping at Drum Bum to help support this forum?

    Or make a donation here.



    I know from working with Drum Bum through the years, that this forum is costly to run. It requires server fees, hosting, ongoing moderation, advertising, software upgrades, security certificates and IT work when it breaks. All in addition to the expenses that come from running a business. These costs are offset (hopefully) by members that click through to Drum Bum to make a purchase now and then, if not make a contribution to help keep it running.

    On behalf of Drum Bum, thank you for your consideration.


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