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    Unfortunately had the plastic tightener on my...

    Unfortunately had the plastic tightener on my snare stand fail, AL i've dropped you a PM but I can't find the part number, seems the basket assembly is only sold as a whole piece. The screw has...
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    Great space Miles. much cleaner and more...

    Great space Miles. much cleaner and more organised than mine is at the moment! Hope the cabin fever isn't getting too bad!
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    Reminds me of Tommy Clufetos's kit 517304

    Reminds me of Tommy Clufetos's kit
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    Thats the MM way! I've said it before and i'll...

    Thats the MM way! I've said it before and i'll say it again, I don't get the whole sticking pearl badges on non Pearl shells, masquerading as things they aren't. Just leave it unbadged or represent...
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    RIP Professor

    RIP Professor
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    Awesome, love the Si Phi inspired stand. Looks...

    Awesome, love the Si Phi inspired stand. Looks perfect.
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    I think those are 2 of the best looking Pearl kits i've ever seen, you're a lucky guy! Great to see you back around these parts Chris, the new rig looks great, if you're gigging it, i'd highly...
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    Gorgeous kit Chris

    Gorgeous kit Chris
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    Gorgeous collection you have there, glad to see...

    Gorgeous collection you have there, glad to see you back around these parts!
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    Definitely. Having said that I pulled 15 years...

    Definitely. Having said that I pulled 15 years out of my old 38" bag. Much prefer the size and manoeuvrability of the 28s though. I found the ahead sleds I demo'd in a store far to heavy and bulky...
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    I must say having owned the bag in question, I...

    I must say having owned the bag in question, I agree. However the newer designed hardware cases, with the retractable handle, and different more solid wheels are excellent. I have 3 of the 28"...
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    Must be because i'm not in the US, but that link...

    Must be because i'm not in the US, but that link opens up a page with a Yamaha Cornet on it!

    If its the 22" Deluxe you're looking at, yes I have 2 of them. Though if you're wanting to comfortably...
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    I guess so, not 100% sure what you mean but yes...

    I guess so, not 100% sure what you mean but yes the top behind the zip is fleece padded.

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    You're taking a risk with Mono, some have said...

    You're taking a risk with Mono, some have said they make great cases, but i've heard a lot of quality control issues, and things like stitching and zips failing quickly under light use. A guitarist...
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    I use pro rackets, if you're putting 22's in...

    I use pro rackets, if you're putting 22's in there, i'd advise getting one of the Deluxe 24" bags or the AAA vault, both accommodate 22" cymbals with room to spare.
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    Ah right, I see. I'm not even sure when the...

    Ah right, I see. I'm not even sure when the proper birthday is/was. I think they're having a bit of a bash in July though
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    They'll have the shirts for sale until they run...

    They'll have the shirts for sale until they run out so get down there when you can. Great place.
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    If thats the sort of system you want, get a...

    If thats the sort of system you want, get a Porter and Davies, they're the most well used by the pros and theres good reason. If i could justify one i'd have it in a heartbeat. Backrests can be...
  19. I can't say i'm huge on the finish but I can see...

    I can't say i'm huge on the finish but I can see what they were trying to achieve. IMO it was a bit of a take on the rat rod craze among fans of old trucks and cars. Making it look weathered and...
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    Looking at some sold listings in the UK drum...

    Looking at some sold listings in the UK drum groups i'm a part of, about 400 is a good starting point for a drum in great condition.

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    For sure man, I know MilesAway popped by while he...

    For sure man, I know MilesAway popped by while he was in town for a look around. Its not a huge shop, but it stocks plenty, especially percussion and oddball bits of gear.
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    They used to sell the 'Protone' heads when they...

    They used to sell the 'Protone' heads when they were using those, but now most ranges come with Pearl stamped Remo heads (chinese for the lower lines; Export, Decade, etc. and USA for the high end...
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    Some odds and ends from my local in Central...

    Some odds and ends from my local in Central London, Footes Music. The store almost closed in 2012 but was rescued with financial help from Nick Mason of Pink Floyd, who'd bought his first kit from...
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    You have the right idea. I'm a northerner...

    You have the right idea. I'm a northerner (Teesside so just a bit further north than North Yorkshire), that now lives in Greenwich and is at Music College in Clapham. Living in a nice area of...
  25. Oh my.... What a gorgeous kit, the gold...

    Oh my....

    What a gorgeous kit, the gold compliments it beautifully.
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