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Discussion in 'General' started by Wackerman12345, Oct 7, 2018.
Who are you playing with?
It is so pretty it needs to be spread around more. Happy New Year Dale!
Up second look. Its just the regular hardware pictured from the side.
I'm sure we'll see some interesting stuff from the boutique companies. They seem to be pushing drum design to new limits.
From what I hear, the Star Bubinga is still available. At least Tama Canada guys are telling me that. But I will have a pre NAMM meeting with them , to check out the new Walnut/Birch kits and all, and I will get some definite answers. The Star Bubinga is the only set where I cannot find a satisfactory answer myself.
That's all good, but what is Ludwig up to?
You too, Sticks.
Well.. on the new 2019 page.. Tama deleted the Starclassic Bubinga and B/B.. but did NOT delete the Star Bubinga.
WOW!!! Really? I've been searching for one of those for over two years now. Is it identical to the limited edition one or are they fiddling the specs, do you know?
Made from rare woods..
The rarest, petrified even
I hope Gretsch has some new Brooklyn/Catalina Club finishes.
According to social media, they have some exciting things to celebrate their 110th Anniversary.
The chamber rock band, Mystery Loves Company.
That was excellent. Wow...
Thanks Rich! It's fun music to play.
Here's the drum tracking session when I recorded the drum part in the studio (drum audio only).
Vic Firth is advertising “Freestyle” sticks that aren’t available yet. Maybe a NAMM release. They look nice of you like long sticks (17”).
Sweetwater has them on their site.
I see new hinged pipe clamps on those stands... and a new sprocket for the 3000 pedals in that photo.
I'm interested in seeing what Sabian has for this year.