Time for your Office Pics! It's been a while.

MrDrums2112

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Here's a pic of me at my electronic office. By the way, no one knows what is in the silver-wrapped box with the tape on it.....it couldn't be moved....
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And here's a pic of my acoustic office from a more recent gig...
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tnsquint said:
Not exactly what you had in mind, but here is a photo of the snare and cymbal options at a recent festival for which my company provide backline. Another picture of the kit that was used (but from a different festival)
Man, tnsquint, I would so love to work with you! I frequently play festival and other backline gigs out in CA and not only is there never any selection, but most of the time the gear is sub-par and not maintained well. Your company seems like it would be a dream to work with.

FWIW, I'd go with the BB everytime for the snare option! :)

Cheers,
Ryan
 
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Pic from the sound check before my last gig with The Vinyl Frontier Band.
 

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rculberson said:
Not exactly what you had in mind, but here is a photo of the snare and cymbal options at a recent festival for which my company provide backline. Another picture of the kit that was used (but from a different festival)
Man, tnsquint, I would so love to work with you! I frequently play festival and other backline gigs out in CA and not only is there never any selection, but most of the time the gear is sub-par and not maintained well. Your company seems like it would be a dream to work with.

FWIW, I'd go with the BB everytime for the snare option! :)

Cheers,
Ryan
Thanks man! We try to raise the bar for these kinds of events. I am in the process of designing a case that will store a dozen or so snares vertically and incorporate the cymbal display to make set-up and strike extremely quick. That will be cool.

FWIW the BB is chosen about 90% of the time. On this particular event one drummer used the Blaemire (and loved it) and another used my 6.5 Worldmax snare w/ stick choppers and tube lugs. It was in use when this photo was taken. I am pretty sure he thought it was another BB. Otherwise it was all BB.
 
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DanRH said:
I never get tired of seeing you all working at your office.

I'll start. Me on my recently acquired Club Customs with my band drD.
The finish suits you Senior.
 

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Nothing new in my office since this picture, but I really like this picture, the lights were just right :). On the Left side I swap betweent he 20" Crash ride shown and a 18" Preadged dry light ride. Oh and don't use the tempo ref much anymore now that I have liveBPM.

edit: running Evans clear G1's on the toms and Coated G1 on snare now so guess one more change.
 

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tnsquint said:
Not exactly what you had in mind, but here is a photo of the snare and cymbal options at a recent festival for which my company provide backline. Another picture of the kit that was used (but from a different festival)
Hey man, it's still drums and still your office! Nice!
 

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