Recent content by RIneuron

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    I "Got" it today (confessions of a former Porcaro indifferent dude)

    One of the great albums of all time and a great Porcaro showcase.
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    Wireless Headphones for Electronic Drums

    I would investigate in-ear monitors instead of headphones. Better sound in many cases, lightweight, and no worry about heat. There are several strings discussing this on the vdrums forum.
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    Jim Gordon's Camco set

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    New house=new drum room!

    Glad to see you are keeping the cream of the crop out to play (Luddy OBP).
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    Cymbal Endorsement

    Does he live in DC now?
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    Early Reviews for Bohemian Rhapsody Moview Are Not Great

    I thought it was very entertaining. It appeared to me that the actors were actually playing their instruments too, which is a big plus if true.
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    Ebay/Craigslist heads up for vintage drums-the official thread

    Looks to be a mix of blue and black oyster...
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    DW - Gretsch

    Always makes me laugh.
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    Sakae Road Anew Kits

    It's a shame there wasn't better publicity for this line of Sakae's. It seems to be a clear winner in terms of price/quality/sound.
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    cymbal cleaning, does the black stuff ever go away?

    And yes, I am talking about the liquid version of BKF.
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    cymbal cleaning, does the black stuff ever go away?

    Barkeeper's Friend works great and it's cheap. I use it on the outside of my Weber grill and it cleans old grease very effectively. Rinse cymbal with soap and water as noted previously.
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    Who's the Biggest Band You Saw Before They Were Famous?

    I saw The Animals and Van Morrison at two different high school dances in the 60s.
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    First set of Camcos

    Or turn your kick drum around.
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    Name my Band

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    Van Morrison and Defranchesco

    I completely agree that jazz musicians are the cream. But no reason to disrespect musicians of other genres who stretch into jazz or incorporate jazz elements into their music.