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Old 10-01-2015, 01:16 PM
patrick patrick is offline
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Default Re: French drum? military? help with identification please!

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Ah but a drumstick is a "baguette" - hence the long loaf of bread given this name too..
I think a baton is an orchestral conductor's thing
Had forgotten about "Baguette" for "Stick". (Why am I suddenly hungry.)

Still a baton is a stick, as is a pilon and I don't see what a conductor would want with this pad.
With a bit of undergrad french I'm scarcely guessing.It may be time to get me to the drummerie.
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Old 10-01-2015, 09:03 PM
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Default Re: French drum? military? help with identification please!

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Definitely a "strap on" practice pad. The appearance of the grain on the natural skin pad suggests pig skin; possibly goat skin.
Yo BUCKIE....are ya on the right forum...???
Jess kidddin, spewed ice tea on the monitor.....
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