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Postby Mitchell? » Sat Aug 02, 2008 3:35 pm

Nice jeorb man!

Also, King Arthur kind've blows as a movie, but Keira Knightley is [steeldrummusic]hot, hot, hot.[/steeldrummusic]
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Postby dedrummervanrolf » Sat Aug 02, 2008 4:20 pm

Mitchell? wrote:Nice jeorb man!

Also, King Arthur kind've blows as a movie, but Keira Knightley is [steeldrummusic]hot, hot, hot.[/steeldrummusic]


awesome, thanks. I´ll watch it when I´m home alone then.
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Postby shine.fm-youth » Sat Aug 02, 2008 5:14 pm

dedrummervanrolf wrote:
Mitchell? wrote:Nice jeorb man!

Also, King Arthur kind've blows as a movie, but Keira Knightley is [steeldrummusic]hot, hot, hot.[/steeldrummusic]


awesome, thanks. I´ll watch it when I´m home alone then.



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Postby antiunderscores » Sat Aug 02, 2008 9:02 pm

that turned out GREAT! im really impressed. has anyone ever done a split metal snare?
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Postby zen_drummer » Sat Aug 02, 2008 9:21 pm

antiunderscores wrote:that turned out GREAT! im really impressed. has anyone ever done a split metal snare?


I had an acrolite with a center bead that was all dented up, so I cut the bead right out of it making it into a "Split-rolite"...

It was VERY dry sounding. Had a cool vibe to it, though. It was fun.

Funny story about that drum... I had it on my table at the Chicago vintage show about 15 years ago, and some know-it-all was looking at it, and he told me ALLLLLL about how that drum I had was a prototype and I should hang onto it because it was worth HUGE money.... I told him that I was the one that cut the bead out of it, and that it wasn't a prototype. Then he told me I ruined a perfectly good drum.... what an idiot! I hate when guys think they know everything and start making sh!t up just to hear themselves yak.
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Postby Mitchell? » Sat Aug 02, 2008 9:24 pm

zen_drummer wrote:
antiunderscores wrote:that turned out GREAT! im really impressed. has anyone ever done a split metal snare?


I had an acrolite with a center bead that was all dented up, so I cut the bead right out of it making it into a "Split-rolite"...

It was VERY dry sounding. Had a cool vibe to it, though. It was fun.

Funny story about that drum... I had it on my table at the Chicago vintage show about 15 years ago, and some know-it-all was looking at it, and he told me ALLLLLL about how that drum I had was a prototype and I should hang onto it because it was worth HUGE money.... I told him that I was the one that cut the bead out of it, and that it wasn't a prototype. Then he told me I ruined a perfectly good drum.... what an idiot! I hate when guys think they know everything and start making sh!t up just to hear themselves yak.


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Postby dedrummervanrolf » Sun Aug 03, 2008 3:07 am

zen, thats one funny story.. Some people indeed just love to hear themselves talk so much that they dont care if its relevant in the first place..
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