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  1. JimmySticks
    09-13-2019 06:07 AM
    Yeah Bob, it was the Patchogue seller. I think he is going to sell the rest of that kit individually now as well. Forum member, johnnyringo has dealt with him to. He inherited quite a lot of drum stuff from an old lady and is selling it all off.
  2. DrumBob
    09-12-2019 09:42 PM
    Jim, was this the red set in Patchogue?
  3. JimmySticks
    09-06-2019 10:19 PM
  4. DrumBob
    09-06-2019 09:58 PM
    Jim...That doesn't really work for me. I want the two toms and have no need for the bass drum. Sorry. I don't need to emulate Ginger Baker with two bass drums. I got over that nonsense in 1970. And I definitely don't want to drive out to Patchogue! It'll cost me $25+ in tolls, not to mention gas and my time.
  5. DrumBob
    09-06-2019 07:30 PM
    Also, they're way out in Suffolk County, over two hours away from me in NJ.
  6. DrumBob
    09-06-2019 07:30 PM
    Jim...Are you going to buy those red sparkle drums out on LI? Jeez, for $85, how can you go wrong, right? I'm tempted to grab them. I could use the 12" and 14" toms with the 20" bass drum I have now, but I have officially run out of space!

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    Been a guitar player most of my life, but now retired and want to do some drumming. Am I crazy?
    Queens NY
    Cycling, guitar playing, drumming?
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