I have noticed a lot of the younger ones ask me what the 80s were like. Some wish they could have been there. I played the Jack in the Box “Hot Mess” video and one young girl was in love!
*edit: I think this song should be in my next band’s playlist!
I beat another goalie 13-5. He had some poor defence. Mine was fantastic. I was poor on break aways, but was otherwise pretty solid. Will be wearing the Flying V Vancouver Canucks combo until I stink the entire rink out with my performance.
I have cleaned the drums and hardware, and will be replacing t-rods as necessary. In the end, this is firmly a player kit.
I just can’t see the necessity of making these squeaky clean, particularly since this kit was campaigned. It does look good from even five feet away. And it sounds pretty...
I ask this as I have been cleaning up my Champagne Sparkle 1971 Rogers kit.
I know that drummers are (in general, speaking) different in their attitude towards rash, scars, rust, etc. on a drum set. Me, also being a guitar player have taken the “earned battle scars” aesthetic as cool.
Put the 18” floor tom together. The heads started settling in on the 14 and 16 and WOW! This is DEFINITELY worth the effort cleaning these up, even with the bass drum not finished! Why did I wait so long?!?
Very few drum companies make their own shells. So chances are, Keller makes a lot of North American-based drum companies’ drum shells. DW used to use Keller shells until they made their own, for example.
It seems that Nordic is starting to take a chunk out of Keller’s share, but Keller are...