More money than brains...and now...no money???

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by will33, Nov 8, 2012.


  1. will33

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  2. LegoBass

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    Wow, someone is REALLY behind on their house payment..... I mean you could just sell your house and live in the drum instead.
  3. will33

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    " THERE IS 3 BASS DRUMS, 2 SNARE DRUMS, 4 ROTO TOMS, 5 RIDE TOMS, 2 FLOOR TOMS, DOUBLE CHIMES, 5 PLASTIC WOOD BLOCKS, 8 ZILDJIAN CYMBALS PLUS THE 2 HI-HATS. "

    :D:bassist:
  4. BigEarl

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    Dang! And what happens next month ...sell a kid?
  5. will33

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    I'm thinking those dual LS cabs would make a pretty sweet bass rig....especially when you put 'em in the corners like that and aim them both at your head.:D
  6. basscooker

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    GAS. blinded by want. damn the responsibility of owning a home. i figured i could just spend all of my money filling my house up with crap i can't afford....
  7. bassistjoe93

    bassistjoe93 Supporting Member

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    Why would you ever need a triple bass drum kit? When would that ever be necessary? What b*stard child metal sub-genre offshoot did this guy play to require three kick drums?
  8. hdracer

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    That must really be loud in that small room
  9. will33

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    Anybody recognize the drummer in the poster sitting on the floor? Judging by the kit, I'd say it almost has to be Neal Peart.
  10. Jaco who?

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    Quantity over quality. Maybe he's selling it all because he can't hear anything anymore.
  11. rapidfirerob

    rapidfirerob Fusion rules! Supporting Member

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    It's very unbalanced. I think he needs a fourth bass drum.
  12. will33

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    +1

    I've seen folks could play circles around this guy with a trap kit.


    And I don't have to hear him play to know that.:p
  13. JxBass

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    Those kinds of decisions may have something to do with not having money to pay your rent :rollno:
  14. BigEarl

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    Around here we have an affectionate term for guitarists = "Guitards"

    I say we create one for guys like this = "Drumbers"
  15. lbanks

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    I do know a guy who uses 3 bass drums, but his approach is 'his double bass set' and 'his single bass set', both tuned radically different. It must work for him, he get a lot of work around here. Plus he also has a cocktail set I seen him use.
  16. viper4000

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    A band I was in once auditioned a guy that brought a kit like this. Took him an hour to set it up, just to show us he couldn't keep time.
  17. Rip Topaz

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    I use dual LS cabs just like those. They sound great as long as you're careful with the horns.
  18. LowEZ

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    I'd hold out for a set of CB700's from the 1830's.
  19. JxBass

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    Sorry, a bit off topic ..... my son's current tour setup. The best part? Didn't cost him a cent, it was provided by the tour company :)

    [​IMG]


    Back to the original topic.
  20. crguti

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    ^ and what's your point?

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