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Welcome and thank you for giving us some history on your dad and his drum building. Pins and needles all around these parts! This is the cool...
Well done sir!
Depending on your location you could perhaps see if anyone on cymbalholics needs an apprentice/intern/gopher.
Yes, they did their best to imitate the US brands. I like the ones where you’d get a Gretscherland. :)
Thanks K.O. That definitely explains the rarity.
Well folks I have tried to make this work but my body says “Nope, I’m not getting around this 22” business, no siree bob.”
Will be posting in the...
Yowzer! It’s the Gretschy lugs and Slingy hoops model. And clean! If anyone was even considering getting into MIJ kits they’d be a knucklehead to...
Not being a Luddy expert, what makes the “Ringo” snare so rare? Custom made in that depth and the particular hardware placement details?
Sorry to hear that. In this age of social media it boggles my mind how folks can be like that and sleep at night.
Nope. He’s a stone’s throw from me but I got nuthin’. The version of All The Young Dudes on his sight is abysmal though. :)
You have a point. Not a fan, just speculating on popularity.
I would box it and pass it on to my kids. I bet you could find an equally nice sounding splash to bash while that one earns more interest than any...
Welcome. Resistance is futile. :)