Vegetarian stew, based on Oumph brand soy product.
Kind of a Stoganoff meets Burgundy (loads of red wine), topped with some olive oil garlic bread.
And a premiere taste of our homemade Milk Stout to make it complete.
Now, those look awesome!
Great drums, very good quality shells and chrome plating!!
And pretty rare finish.
Most undervalued vintage kits around.
Moneywise, check British ebay for prices - they are really undervalued, even in This fine condition and rare finish, with matching snare and all...
In the early 80's I used to buy Ludwig kits for $100-150, clean them and sell the kit for 100-150 and the supra for 100.
If only I had kept them all...
In later years: Premier Royal Ace 4x14 wood, for free. Engraved 70's BB for $500.
Last time I got a hi-res (enough) jpg of mod orange, probably photographed of a peeled off wrap. I the repeated the pattern I Photoshop (or maybe Illustrator) to a "longer" file.
I took it to my local printer friend who printed it on the same material used for striping(?) cars, a...
Must be some of my later gigs, when I've reached the maturity to get relaxed enough to enjoy playing - probably one of my latest festival gigs, like Gutter Island Festival in Denmark. The gig, the place, the people.
They even miked my gong!
Rehearsing and recording is boring, imo... like...
Some years ago I had the pleasure of getting a nice scan of Mod Orange sent to me from a forum member (thanx again!).
I used it to make prints to cover a riot kit, the kits you use at cheap bars and other places where you don't want to use your finest gear.
For a new project I wonder if...
I run a jazz festival since three years back (well, not this year, obviously) and my two BBs, one 70's engraved and one 89(90s non engraved, are always there.
Last year a very well known drummer, who prefers wood snares, ended up using the 70s BB since "this one really sound good".