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Old 06-05-2019, 11:07 AM
Kenwood Kenwood is online now
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Default Re: Here's A Nice MIJ Set Priced Right

Hello Black Label sure thing
I don't mind being the bad example in this case

O-lugs my drum space shown is called West Shore Drum Loft
but is not a shop just a warehouse and not very accessible to any sort of walk in business

I do have a brand new selling place, By the same name
mostly for used entry and intermediate level drums
that I have picked up over the years.
lots of Pearl Exports and Tama Swingstars ect ect
the space is small but much more accessible
I was until recently a very active buyer and collector
and have only just begun with any form of selling but I am moving a few kits here and there.


So far it seems I have only paid for the privilege to give away the drums
hopefully that will change as we motor on

I have a small selection of my MIJ collection on display there
But am not interested in selling them YET!
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Old 06-13-2019, 09:49 PM
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Yes, I believe Kenny would take the title as the King of Vintage MIJ.
More importantly, I am glad that he and the seller (of the kit in question in this thread) have come to a better understanding of each other and the discussions had.
Kenny is a great guy and always very generous with his knowledge and help to any and all vintage drum enthusiasts.

Who ended up with that kit? Nice score, even for $400. I agree it was the right price and appreciate the seller releasing them to a good home. Best Regards to him and his ambition - big respects for anyone who works 3 jobs. Period.
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Old 06-18-2019, 09:18 PM
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If anyone is interested, this kit in question is still available on craigslist for $400.
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Old 06-19-2019, 07:54 AM
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LOL thebaskit you may have something there ^5's

Kenwood - I am in AWE, simply in AWE. You are the MAN.
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