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Old 01-16-2020, 01:40 PM
DrumBob DrumBob is offline
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Default Re: Oh No...Trixon Is Back From The Dead

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Originally Posted by diamond View Post
...Yes exactly...I concur...

Drum Bob...quote...They want drums that look like drums, not like empty thread spools, donuts, trumpet bells, pancakes, or someone's shorts ..
ermmm....so what are you trying to say here?
The average drummer wants drums that look like traditional drums. They don't want oddities that stray too far from what a traditional drum or drumset looks like. Obviously, you're not that type of drummer and that's fine for you. All of those odd-shaped drums I mentioned were commercial flops here in the USA. Maybe things were different on your side of the ocean.
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