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  1. I regret my username

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    try a Ribbon Crasher metal percussion peice sounds great David Silveria of Korn uses them
    http://www.vintagedrumyard.co.uk/englehart.asp
    down the bottom of the website

  2. is old school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acid_death69
    why is it that when you have roto toms that they always lean to one side mine do aswell. wierd
    Because the larger rotos. weigh more than the smaller rotos.

  3. Registered User

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    does anyone know were to get large roto'd like 18 inches and stuff like that
    anyone want a mapex pro m ice blue finish
    24x18
    18x16
    16x16
    14x14
    13x9

    $$550
    pm if u want

  4. is old school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metaldrummer438
    does anyone know were to get large roto'd like 18 inches and stuff like that
    Any retailer that sells Remo can get it for you.

  5. Blind and Faithless

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    Quote Originally Posted by DredgRules
    I would LOVE to hear what a Groove Wedge sounds like, but im having a hard time finding a clip anywhere.
    very old post, but incase anyone is still interested, here is a clip I made with my groove wedge comparing it to the metal rim. For smaller snares like mine, a groove wedge is pretty much a must if you want a good solid click.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aT4_q3vYow

  6. Wait!!...i dont know

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLIPKNOT14
    try a Ribbon Crasher metal percussion peice sounds great David Silveria of Korn uses them
    http://www.vintagedrumyard.co.uk/englehart.asp
    down the bottom of the website

    or if youre cheep

    take an old ***** cymbal and crack it up into some chunks and drill holes in the center and throw it on a stand, and there ya go


  7. i am the sea

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    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.

  8. CHANDRAFIZANTA

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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.

  9. Maggot For Life

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    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

    My Kit

  10. Meus nomen est Nate.

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    Here's a pic of my pedal operated cowbell. I mounted the cowbell to the high hat stand.
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  11. Drummer/Teacher/Pearl Endorsee

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    Get into Factory Metal!!

    Killer stuff!

    http://www.factorymetalpercussion.com/

  12. Banned

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

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