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Good for you!

Posted on 14 years ago
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lucky;63936

Well I guess I am going to h e double hockey sticks!! I wave my dw flag high.

Thanks

That set I just posted ('69 Psych Red)has all vintage hardware, but as far as I'm concerned, Cooked Egg that stuff is only good for vintage period-specific shots and has no place on the stage(or even practice room). I use almost ALL DW hardware, stands & pedals. It's bulky but doesn't fall apart EVER! Just picked up matching set of vintage CAMCO bass/hi-hat pedals also. Was wondering this week, What did CAMCO stand for?

Currently working on a 7 piece virgin double bass 3 ply early 70's Ludwig kit to be wearing....MOD ORANGE.
Posted on 14 years ago
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CAMCO - Canada And Mexico Consume Oil

Class Action Medical Co-Op

Cymbals And Moraccos Contribute Options

Canadian American Music Company

Can Anyone Master College Ornithology

Capitalistic Americans Murder Corporate Obligations

Posted on 14 years ago
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Oh Boy, here we go! Do we need to move this thread to the front porch?

You googled that, didn't you. Laughing H That's still a new concept to me...ok, google let's see...Group Hug

Currently working on a 7 piece virgin double bass 3 ply early 70's Ludwig kit to be wearing....MOD ORANGE.
Posted on 14 years ago
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I'm riding in the car traveling in Texas and I'm a bit bored. I made a game out of the possibilities. Kept me alert for a few more minutes.

Posted on 14 years ago
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No way Lucky! is that the snare? That kit is amazing! Nice job! I am Speechless!

Glad to see that it went to a good home! If I had known what I know now, I would not have drilled for that stupid throw-off, glad to see that at least you were wise enough to respect it. Nice job though!

Ba-Dum..CRASH!

1966 Slingerland "Modern Jazz Outfit"
1960's Zildjian Avedis Cymbals


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Posted on 13 years ago
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Hey Lucky. Do those drums have a month stamp? I'm looking for a 62 Slingerland jazz kit. What month was that kit born? I'm serious.

Posted on 13 years ago
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Michael, I think it is Sept. Can't see without taking off the heads but pretty much sure its September.

Posted on 13 years ago
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nemo007;77962

No way Lucky! is that the snare? That kit is amazing! Nice job! I am Speechless!

Glad to see that it went to a good home! If I had known what I know now, I would not have drilled for that stupid throw-off, glad to see that at least you were wise enough to respect it. Nice job though!

Hey man, Thanks! I filled the hole with bondo and my son, who is an artist, mixed me some acrylic paint to match the wrap. Then I polished over the little paint dot and you have to really look hard to find the holes. Thank God they were small holes. I am digging the ****e out of this snare, I put a calf head on it and it oozes warmth. I have different musicians come up to me at gigs wanting to find out whats up with that snare!!!!!

Posted on 13 years ago
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