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Old 08-06-2010, 09:17 PM   #21
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I play drums and percussion. I have a 6-piece Yamaha Maple Custom Absolute with a DW snare, a Pork Pie snare, DW bass pedals, and Zildjian cymbals. I also got a Cajon and some african bongo looking things I bought in Morocco during my second deployment.







i play drums and want to learn Harmonica and Ukulele
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Old 08-06-2010, 09:22 PM   #22
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drums all the way and the trumpet. can pick a little guitar....a little
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Old 08-06-2010, 09:23 PM   #23
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im a drummer here too. been playing for bout 7 years. ill see if i can get some pics here but dont hold your breath cause im lazy hehe

i play:
pearl export series (black on black) 10,12,13,16 toms
export 14in snare
rhythm traveler 13 side snare
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hats, 3 crashes, 2 splashes, china, ride
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Old 08-06-2010, 09:27 PM   #24
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Its really hard to suggest things. More specifics would help. Personally I was shocked by how great Vox's Nightrain sounded. It can pack a mean tone. Also Mesa Boogie Express 5:25. TONE MONSTER.

As for myself I play guitar, bass, and a bit of drums. I want to buy me a drum kit.
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what's not breaking the bank for you, under $500 somewhere?
well i was thinking I might be able to get $325 for the amp I have now so I wasn't looking for one any more expensive than that. After owning a tube amp I really want another one b/c I love the tone. My 50 watt one is just too big for a dorm room. I was thinking another Vox maybe the AC4TV or the Valvetronix VT15. I'm looking at a few Kustoms too.
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Old 08-06-2010, 09:41 PM   #25
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didn't post these earlier:
Taylor 414ce 30th Anniversary edition


Taylor 455ce


Takamine EGS-430SC


Ovation Celebrity Deluxe


Ibanez RG


DeArmond M65C


Fender Squire P-Bass


My rig: Rocktron Chameleon 2000 processor, Marshall Valvestate 8008 head and Marshall MG412 4x12 cab

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Old 08-06-2010, 09:46 PM   #26
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well i was thinking I might be able to get $325 for the amp I have now so I wasn't looking for one any more expensive than that. After owning a tube amp I really want another one b/c I love the tone. My 50 watt one is just too big for a dorm room. I was thinking another Vox maybe the AC4TV or the Valvetronix VT15. I'm looking at a few Kustoms too.
nice, either of those would be nice for a dorm room, glad to hear you're going with tube! I wish I had a tube head for my rig, but I'm on a tight budget right now, maybe in the near future! The Vox AC4TV looks like a sweet little amp, esp since you already play on a Vox and know the tone. I'd say whatever you fall in love with and can't quit playing on is the way to go!
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Old 08-07-2010, 02:38 AM   #27
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didn't post these earlier:
Taylor 414ce 30th Anniversary edition


Taylor 455ce


Takamine EGS-430SC


Ovation Celebrity Deluxe


Ibanez RG


DeArmond M65C


Fender Squire P-Bass


My rig: Rocktron Chameleon 2000 processor, Marshall Valvestate 8008 head and Marshall MG412 4x12 cab


NICE COLLECTION!!! i think i popped a chubby!!! JK! lol but forreal, nice dude. and thanks for your service =)
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Old 08-07-2010, 02:57 AM   #28
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I'm a trumpet player. I played in the jazz big band in college and traveled with the basketball team in the pep band (Gonzaga). Been playing for quite a while but have only touched a handful of times since I graduated 3 months ago. Hopefully I'll back into the swing of things with it soon!
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Old 08-07-2010, 06:06 AM   #29
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SIRWAMZ- man, that's a nice freakin' kit. Very similar to my buddy's kit in terms of looks, but you definitely have nicer snares- I bet that Pork Pie sounds nice

AKTacoma- Dude, you need to add more guitars. Period.


CUTigerfan- I know it's a bit more than your budget, but I'll second the recommendation for the Mesa 5:25. Amazing tube combo, but it retails for almost $1100.00 (worth every penny)


Too bad we can't organize a Taco Jam Session, lol.
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Old 08-07-2010, 06:12 AM   #30
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Bagpipes. No really, I'm serious.
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Old 08-07-2010, 06:14 AM   #31
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Keyboard player here. In my younger days played in a cover band travelling up and down the East Coast. Was the best 7 years of my life.

I've been putting a studio together in the basement of my house for the last 6 years and all of my keyboards, mixers, effects and other gear are stacked up in a closet.
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Old 08-07-2010, 06:17 AM   #32
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I can play just about every instrument, and own about 1 of each. Playing music is awesome, and you can do it for the rest of your life!
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Old 08-07-2010, 06:47 AM   #33
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I play/played guitar. looking to get a smaller amp before college if anybodys got some suggestions on a small tube amp that won't break the bank. I've got a Vox 50 watt Valvetronix with 2 12s in it right now
I personally think tube amps are overrated unless you're doing studio gigs.
For a small amp I'd go with either a Fender Frontman, GDEC30, or a Peavey Bandit.
Oh yeah. I play guitars and mandolin.
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A few of mine. Just bought a house 2 months ago and it has a rec room above the garage. Probably put my studio here for the time being.
Squier affinity, Rogue, Ibanez soundgear bass, Yamaha FG730, and My Ibanez roadstar that I have owned since I was 17 or so.

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My Tascam DP-02cf digital 8 track.
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Old 08-07-2010, 07:16 AM   #37
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My old Skool Fostex X-28 analog. Something I can just throw in the truck in a hurry.
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And my 24" Dual boot Apple iMAC with 24 tack digital recording software and final mixdowns.
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And lastly. My buddy's Late 70's Fender P-bass.
I dont play that much anymore. Used to play quite a bit when I was in high school. Every once in a while I will go up into the studio and lay down some tracks. Usually it's just a cover song or some riffs that come into my head. It's neat being able to play all the instruments and surgically put them all together and listen to yourself playing something that you know you did completely by yourself.
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