Never heard of them, but if it's this kit $150 seems like a deal.famousdave said:Hey guys, does anybody have ANY info about Nick Moffo fiberglass drums ? I'm trying to make a deal for a set, but can't find any info, other than his recent passing on May 9th.
I'm going to start digging up info on this guy. I recently purchased one of his outstanding 60s gretsch kits. Hopefully i can come back after fruitful digging with some info.famousdave said:Nick Moffo ? Anybody ? I kmow he taught on the east coast, maybe late 70's early 80's. These drums have a sticker/badge that say "Nick Moffo custom drums. USA 1983. Does anyone know anything at all about these ? Or Nick ?
Hey man, sending you a PMptechjpjr said:Famous Dave, you are running your mouth about someone you never met on info you got from an ex student of Nick's? That shows your credibility right there.
Nick was my teacher for 15 years, right up until his passing. You know nothing about Striker Drum Company or Nick's unbelievable talent behind the drums or his amazing style of teaching. The main reason you won't find much information on him is because he didn't own a computer and conducted business face to face or via phone. Barely even used a cell phone. The info you are spreading about the attendance at his viewing is absolutely false too. I know this because I was there.
Please stop running your mouth about this man, he could outplay 99% of drummers out there only using his feet and one hand, even at 70+ years old.
You might want to keep in mind that famousdave's most recent post on this topic was Dec. 10,2015.One more thing famousdave, Nick was never married so please explain how his wife was at the viewing and funeral. I don't know how I missed that in your post before. I must have still been very upset over the passing of my teacher.