Monthly Archives: October 2013

Cajon time

Helping out at a friend’s church this week, one two shake shake shake.. And a little kick.. Your browser does not support the video tag

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It’s da best eva!!!!111!1!

I’ve had one favorite model of sticks for the past 10 years. It’s seen playtime on every gig I’ve had. It’s a hickory 5A , feels just a tad softer than your regular Vic Firths , has a teardrop tip, … Continue reading

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In the year 2000..

Back in the Y2Ks hanging floor toms were all the rage, two floor tom set up was every kid’s dream, Sunburst was the colour of choice and these things all go together like korn and bizkits. Put all these together … Continue reading

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They don’t make them like they used to

Never knew the old (1990’s) Premier cymbal stands came with memory locks for the tilters. British engineering FTW? The look is a little DIY-esque, which I guess is why it never caught on. Your browser does not support the video … Continue reading

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All natural cleaning agent…

Goes well with fries, too!

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整鼓時間 – White Carbon Fiber Drum Wrap

Happy thanksgiving to all. Hope you enjoyed your turkey, and the many days of turkey sandwiches, soups, pies, and chopsueys to come. Me? Instead of roasting turkey, I was roasting and skinning the church drum set along with my buddy … Continue reading

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… and then there was this other one

For the record I also purchased the Evans quite tuning drumkey a while back, the reason I didn’t blog about it until now is because, well, it didn’t really work. (You had-one-job!) [singlepic id=84 w=640 h=480 float=] That thing is … Continue reading

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How do I live without thee?

[singlepic id=83 w=640 h=480 float=] I’ve seen these since forever and finally gotten myself one (well, five) of these time saving genius tools. Here’s what I got : 2 x Gibraltar drumkey drill bits (GC $3.99) 2 x Gibraltar speed … Continue reading

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