...and Vinnie moves from Gretsch to...

Pocket-full-of-gold

Platinum Member
So, in revision. Bermuda's close enough to know something. Pat's close enough to know something. Wined and dined at a Ludwig release party.

I'd like to place a sizeable bet please.


........looking at stands.......honestly!! :)
 

Pat Petrillo

Silver Member
There is smoke
no joke
it's got legs
all positive, no negs
one source is white hot
others are not
thats all I can say
but I haven't said alot!
 

keep it simple

Platinum Member
Sorry guys, the rumors are all completely unfounded. I never cared for Gretsch drums, to begin with.
Just noticed your new signature, & approve utterly :)

Henri, I prefer the real spooning experience. It's not often I can get a consenting female to lay horizontally with me these days, so I make the most of it ;)

As for Vinnie, regrettably, I can absolutely confirm he's not signing up as a Guru artist.
 

zambizzi

Platinum Member
Sorry guys, the rumors are all completely unfounded. I never cared for Gretsch drums, to begin with.
 

bermuda

Drummerworld Pro Drummer - Administrator
I believe they are. Site is http://www.rockcustomdrums.com/

But the triangular drums I was talking about have straighter edges with rounded corners, like a common YIELD street sign.



Sorry about the obnoxious animated .gif, that's what the govenrment has on their site.

Bermuda
 

Florian

Gold Member
Speaking if triangular drums, there was a company in the US who was experimenting with them, although not with the sharp angles of the Deltadrum (what's that flower you've got on? hahahaha) The premise was that you would alternate the direction of every other tom, so they sort of nested against each other, and you could fit more toms in a somewhat smaller space.

As you probably know by their absence in the marketplace, they went nowhere.

R.O.C.K. Drums currently makes unusually-shaped drums as well, and they're not having much luck, either.

Bermuda

Is R.O.C.K. in the U.S.A.?
(playing off the earlier reference)


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bermuda

Drummerworld Pro Drummer - Administrator
Speaking if triangular drums, there was a company in the US who was experimenting with them, although not with the sharp angles of the Deltadrum (what's that flower you've got on? hahahaha) The premise was that you would alternate the direction of every other tom, so they sort of nested against each other, and you could fit more toms in a somewhat smaller space.

As you probably know by their absence in the marketplace, they went nowhere.

R.O.C.K. Drums currently makes unusually-shaped drums as well, and they're not having much luck, either.

Bermuda
 

criz p. critter

Silver Member
I gotta say one more thing about those drums... WTF? Triangular? Really? Who the eff coulda thought that was a good idea? Original, definitely... but cmon!

That's why I'm so amazed that Vinnie is actually giving up on Gretsch to use Deltadrum!!!!!

;)
 

criz p. critter

Silver Member
Well lemme help you all. Vinnie will move to this company now, it's official.

*grin
Made me LOL! Funniest thing I've seen in Idontknowhowlong. Both your joke AND the drums. Vinnie might be able to make coffee cans sound good, but triangular drums might be beyond even his ability.
 
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