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  1. Bad Girlfriend

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    Lonny, we haven't heard from you in almost 6 weeks... I hope you're doing well. Let us know how you're healing up. Happy 4th as well!!!!
    I'm Still Alive and Well! (Johnny Winter). I haven't played since I fell on my tailbone but "Baseball been berry good to me." (SNL) I'm enjoying a break and the Dodgers are Killer (Alice Cooper) this year. My nephew is taking me to see Iron Maiden again for my birthday! Everybody have a Happy 4th of July!
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    I've had my eye on a new MHX (w/ maple re rings) new at Musicians Friend for $1499.00 for a long time. They still have more than one. You might want to look at that Paul!
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  2. Skeld-the -wicked

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    I know how painful that can be Lonny, unfortunately it’s a long healing time. Eddie Murphy was hilarious in that skit. Remember Mr Robert’s Neighborhood? Landlord raised my rent! Brewers are doing well . Bucks came close . If you get a chance check out Yannis MVP acceptance speech. It’s awesome! Have fun boys and girls at Iron Maiden!

    Thx for the MF MHX info .
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  3. Bad Girlfriend

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    I feel pretty healed from that and am resting until I can get my mixing board fixed and find out what a crossover is that I need to run the Carvin 18" cabinets. I have some pressing bills again this month, but who knows?


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  4. Skeld-the -wicked

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    I’m glad you’re feeling better Lonny. I just picked up a new peavey unpowered 18 sub and for now I just daisy chain it from one of the main speakers and I just adjust the amp volume if needed. I would like to pick up another sub and a crossover . Go on Sweetwater.com for crossovers and they have info on how to hook them up . Also you can hook it up on aux send on your mixer.
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  5. Bad Girlfriend

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    Quote Originally Posted by skeld-the-wicked View Post
    I’m glad you’re feeling better Lonny. I just picked up a new peavey unpowered 18 sub and for now I just daisy chain it from one of the main speakers and I just adjust the amp volume if needed. I would like to pick up another sub and a crossover . Go on Sweetwater.com for crossovers and they have info on how to hook them up . Also you can hook it up on aux send on your mixer.
    Sweetwater knows live sound! They get the details wrong on Masters Series drums often and won't correct it if pointed out. "I got hoked on RC Cola!" Daisy Chain" means in a line?
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  6. Vintage 1968

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    Normally daisy chain is hooking it up in series (in-line) as opposed to parallel. Everything is connected end to end. One wire gets cut everything downstream goes out.
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  7. life start at 125bpm

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    Quote Originally Posted by nova View Post
    "I got hoked on RC Cola!"
    RC COLA has this ''ancient ''' cola taste which taste great to me.was my prefered cola when it was avilable over here.i don't do ''pop'' drinks anymore.sugar's level is too high.and i keep myself away from aspartam and such chemical sugars as well.
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  8. Away From The World

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    Happy July 4th Lonny and friends!

    Hope you get a fine summers day, it was a very rainy day down here!

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  9. Drumming Since 1943

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    Happy 4th boys and girls.

    I'll most likely be picking up that Ref snare.
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  10. Experienced Noob

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Happy 4th boys and girls.

    I'll most likely be picking up that Ref snare.
    Have you played one before? I had a 6.5 x 14 Reference snare and didn't care much for it. It was just not versatile. It lacked both the ring and warmth that I favor in my snares. It did have a lot of crack. I liked my 5 x 14 as a high-tuned side snare, but the 6.5 I could just never get to sound the way I wanted it to. I'm not telling you to not get it, but if you have any way of trying one before you buy this one, I'd recommend you do.

  11. Drumming Since 1943

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Foreman View Post
    Have you played one before? I had a 6.5 x 14 Reference snare and didn't care much for it. It was just not versatile. It lacked both the ring and warmth that I favor in my snares. It did have a lot of crack. I liked my 5 x 14 as a high-tuned side snare, but the 6.5 I could just never get to sound the way I wanted it to. I'm not telling you to not get it, but if you have any way of trying one before you buy this one, I'd recommend you do.
    Thank you for that. I appreciate it. However, I've always wanted a snare like that- that just produces a rifle crack. I have 7 other snares that all have various sound characteristics. This would simply be expanding the palette.
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  12. 1, 2, 3, Hit It!

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    Happy 4th of July!

    Wishing all of my good friends here in Lonny's Thread (and on the PDF) a very happy Independence Day!

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