View Single Post
  #22  
Old 11-18-2009, 04:32 PM
TTNW's Avatar
TTNW TTNW is offline
Pioneer Member
 
Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Posts: 1,846
Default Re: What do you use to move your drums? (Vehicle wise)

Quote:
Originally Posted by larryace View Post
I use my beautiful, squeaky clean, lettered and logo'ed white 2006 Ford E250 Ace Electric work van with the cool wheels, dark tinted glass, ventshades, mudflaps Triton V8, Sirius/XM satelite radio, Onstar Radio, CB, CD, AM, FM, DVD GPS, LoJack, Wireless Internet Access, EZPass, Roof Racks, 5 different types of Ladders, stocked with all the essential toolery and test equipment and roadside disaster emergency needs including a defribulater and dialysis machines to move my kit.
Ha! That's funny. I used to love using one of the work vans to take my kit to rehearsals because it was a Dodge Sprinter (the really tall ugly looking van). I would leave everything set up. Cymbals on stands and all.

When I would get there, everyone would grab a piece and I would be set up in no time.

The downside was that if I were to have gotten in an accident, I could have died a gory "Braveheart" style death. Death by cymbal is not cool.
__________________
Philippe - Eat, Sleep and Drum.. .. it makes for a good weekend.
Reply With Quote