I have two "keys" that I would like to identify.
Key one is a large brass key with a square opening, the opening much larger than the opening on a standard key. My guess is that it is a key for a gas valve (brass=no spark). Any other guesses?
Key two is smaller and has a hex shaped opening. I...
A bunch of us retired or close to retiring (engineering jobs, not musicians) use to play together just for fun, a true basement band. All of us loved to buy gear, we all had way to much stuff. I proposed the band name "More Toys Than Talent", it was rejected because it was too close to the truth.
I just did a little vacuuming after about a year, I had a fair sized pile of saw dust. Maybe it's my technique but I do chew up sticks in a hurry. So how long do you go before you clean up the practice area?
Excuse me if I missed this in earlier posts. Why do you pay sales tax on the shipping cost? To my way of thinking only the cost of the item should be used to calculate tax. Although this may be the government's way of preventing people from selling items for virtually nothing and then...
Rob Cook did a Drum History Podcast recently where he discussed the postponement and change of venue for the Chicago Drum Show.
Was planning on selling at the Chicago Drum show. I may try craigslist after the stay-at-home orders are lifted. Not much of a seller, just trying to scale down, and I don't care to deal with shipping.
Slow Getting Up by Nate Jackson. Life in the NFL from the bottom of the pile. He went to a small school, training camp and practice squad fodder. Good book if you're in to football.
The Match by Mark Frost. It's about a golf match in 1956 where Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson played amateurs...