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  1. DrumBob
    03-25-2020 08:12 PM
    DrumBob
    Hey Jim, I'm writing a few friends here on the forum to basically say goodbye. It's time for me to check out of this morgue. Nothing is happening here at all. You come on the forum, look around and check later and not one person has responded to anything. I need to some action on forums I visit.

    Also, and this is the real reason, about six weeks ago, I communicated with David the owner through moderator TommyP that I was interested in purchasing the forum order to revamp it and hopefully make it better. I had marketing ideas and felt I could make it successful again. I have heard nothing. I have it on good counsel that david has lost all interest in the forum and has no plans to revamp or update anything. He just doesn't give a ****. That's no way to run a forum. I've had enough.

    Take care and keep practicing and learning. I may come back once in a while, but not on a daily basis. Take care and be safe.

    Bob
  2. JimmySticks
    09-13-2019 06:07 AM
    JimmySticks
    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.
  3. DrumBob
    09-12-2019 09:42 PM
    DrumBob
    Jim, was this the red set in Patchogue?
  4. JimmySticks
    09-06-2019 10:19 PM
    JimmySticks
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  5. DrumBob
    09-06-2019 09:58 PM
    DrumBob
    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.
  6. DrumBob
    09-06-2019 07:30 PM
    DrumBob
    Also, they're way out in Suffolk County, over two hours away from me in NJ.
  7. DrumBob
    09-06-2019 07:30 PM
    DrumBob
    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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  • About JimmySticks
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    Been a guitar player most of my life, but now retired and want to do some drumming. Am I crazy?
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    Queens NY
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    Retired Operating Engineer

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