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  • #31
    i've got rotos now, a couple bar chime sets, and a rhythm tech DST tambourine. they are all great!

    i guess you could ask me questions about any of those if you want.
    what?

    http://www.last.fm/user/fledgehog

    yamaha stage customs (last updated july 2010

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    • #32
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      What is Gong Bass / Gong Toms for ?
      And what stick to use ?

      If I have one I may have known,...after playing around with it
      ~chf.
      Last edited by nusantara; 08-27-2008, 12:59 PM.
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      • #33
        Hey, just a really quick question (Three).

        How would you mount an octobon/quarter tom? Does it have some sort of Suspension Tom Mount like PDP uses? Would I be able to mount it on a rack using a Suspension Tom Mount?

        I'm really looking into these, but I need some information about them first.
        When you finally understand why you don't believe in any other possible gods, you will also finally understand why I don't believe in yours.

        :D PDP Drums- PAISTE Cymbals- EVANS Heads- VIC FIRTH Sticks - PEARL Hardware :D

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        • #34
          Here's a pic of my pedal operated cowbell. I mounted the cowbell to the high hat stand.
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          • #35
            Get into Factory Metal!!

            Killer stuff!

            http://www.factorymetalpercussion.com/

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            • #36
              thank you for making this thread.. i was very curious about octobans and their history, so my curiosity is indulged

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