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Old 04-01-2017, 09:31 PM
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Nothing exotic , not a poll just wondering. In my case, I had been out to a local pub with friends, and the drummer for the band was playing drums with Drum Workshop on the BD head. I had heard of all of the big names but not DW. I think this may have been 1990. Some years later while cruising the internet I googled DW Drums, and as Google would have it DW was prominentand it brought up the Drummerworld web site. I lingered for some time taking in info without asking a single question. Then one day I decided to buy drums after a 32 year hiatus or reincarnation and used all of that knowledge to start my drum search. Not too exciting but found this to be a great resource. And you say....
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Old 04-01-2017, 09:58 PM
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I first found it in high school. Random internet searches for drum related items. I never joined, just enjoyed reading the articles. Then I forgot about it. Found it again just after going to college. Finally took the plunge to join and have been loving it ever since.
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Old 04-01-2017, 10:45 PM
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Researching a starting point for my dream kit.
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Old 04-01-2017, 11:11 PM
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I'm originally a guitar player + some other things.

In 2009 I started in jobs requiring me to teach drums regularly, so I it pooped up through a web search.

I took a few lessons, found a book list here, ordered them all etc.....

Now I'm sort of a guitar player when it comes to gigs, but as a teacher it's mainly drums.
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Old 04-02-2017, 12:00 AM
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I joined in 2007. I think there were only like 10 websites back then and 9 of them were porn. So basically Drummerworld was the only site I could view at work on my dial up connection.

edit: apparently it was 2008. So maybe there were 12 websites by then.
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Old 04-02-2017, 12:03 AM
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Came across it by accident a little over three years ago surfing the web.

I was trying to secure a new insurance carrier for my drum and audio gear.

Had no idea until then DW existed. Definitely the best thing I've stumbled across on the web.
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Old 04-02-2017, 12:19 AM
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I joined in 2011 due to an internet search. Never been involved in any drum related website. This is still the only one I really visit. I hadn't touched any drums for almost 9 months after leaving my drums in Indiana a few months prior. I was out there working and brought my drums with me, but they never returned with me, except my hardware, cymbals & the old Gretsch snare drum. This place inspired me to get another kit set-up and continue drumming.
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Old 04-02-2017, 01:06 AM
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It's difficult to Google any drumming-related question without finding a post from this forum in the first page of links. You old guys seem to know a lot about this stuff... I read a lot more than I post and I've found a wealth of knowledge and opinions here.
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Old 04-02-2017, 03:06 AM
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I'm pretty new here.
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Old 04-02-2017, 03:21 AM
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Wow, that's a really good question! I think I happened on it by accident looking for something drummy on Google, maybe researching gear. I know it was near about the same time I was preparing to deploy to Afghanistan for the last time in my Army career, because I would log in from my hooch after work and live vicariously through all of you.

Good times. Except for the good times, which they weren't.
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Old 04-02-2017, 03:28 AM
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For me it was all or Bernhard's Drummerworld youtube clips. He had the best collection of drum videos ever and I clicked a link in the info and here I was!
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Old 04-02-2017, 03:51 AM
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I don't remember but must have been looking for drum videos, drum info, etc that led me here ten years ago this July. This place is a cornucopia of drum info and what not-I always recommend it to other drummers. I think I'm better off from my experiences here-definitely more knowledgeable than I was. I liked it so much I help started a Wikipedia (Bernhard was instrumental) article because I thought it would help get the word out. One of my favorite sites and awesome community of drummers. Where else can you go that people you have never met in person give you drum stuff?
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Old 04-02-2017, 03:53 AM
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I've found it to be quite useful from time to time, since I am very opinionated, i am sure at some point I will be suspended or kicked off permanently. until then I say let the sticks fly! I come here to learn although I am a drummer of 39 years (8 pro) I actually never cared for drums as an instrument. I found a full kit at the dump and learned to play pretty soon I am in demand (uh oh..) moved on to guitar 25 years ago and now I build them (guiitars that is) I have only recently shown "interest in" drums (does any of this make sense?)
hell I may start building them soon, I haven't decided.
i can't build shit if i'm on social media, so if you don't see much of me that's why
this is only one of two social media thingamabobs that i participate in.
what was the question?
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Old 04-02-2017, 04:10 AM
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Well not so much "how do you find it" in a quantitative way, but what led you here. Were you referred to the site, did you find it through Google or other source?
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Old 04-02-2017, 04:31 AM
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Been so long I can't remember!
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Old 04-02-2017, 05:20 AM
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I got kicked off Ronn Dunnett's forum, so I seeked out someplace else to annoy the moderators.
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Old 04-02-2017, 05:53 AM
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I found it before there were forums when it was just an online resource. Probably through the MXTabs Musicianforums, so around 2004.

This was pre-youtube, so it was the only place to watch drum videos.
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Old 04-02-2017, 06:14 AM
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A few months ago, while googling for reviews/opinions about the Sonor Player kit.
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Old 04-02-2017, 09:44 AM
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I found it before there were forums when it was just an online resource. Probably through the MXTabs Musicianforums, so around 2004.

This was pre-youtube, so it was the only place to watch drum videos.
I think I actually remember you from the Mx/Sputnik drum forums. You're probably the only person on the internet with a pic of the Lorax (think I was an active member around 2006 maybe)
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Old 04-02-2017, 10:13 AM
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As far as I can remember, I was about a year into my drumming journey and was already hopelessly addicted, to the point where all I wanted to do was read/write/talk/learn about drumming. I'm not sure if I actually searched for "drumming forum" but good ol' Google brought me here somehow. I was blown away by the wealth of knowledge and the sense of community, and although initially I liked the anonymity, it wasn't long before genuine friendships both online and real-life were made.
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Old 04-02-2017, 11:20 AM
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It's difficult to Google any drumming-related question without finding a post from this forum in the first page of links. You old guys seem to know a lot about this stuff... I read a lot more than I post and I've found a wealth of knowledge and opinions here.
Yes, this is how I got here too. Every time I went to google with a drum-related question, I found that the best answers and discussions were in the archives of this forum. I was reading old threads for a long time before I decided to sign up.
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Old 04-02-2017, 11:32 AM
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Web search back in 2004. Joined the existing forum then, that shut down then joined this one when it re-opened. That was a long time ago... June will be my 13th year here.
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Old 04-02-2017, 02:51 PM
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My memory is a little foggy, but I think I was looking for something drum related, & a keyword matched something in a Drummerworld thread. I clicked, & the rest is history.
21,000 posts later. Even your post in this thread was the 21st. Coincidence?
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Well actually I can't tell a lie-I was heavily recruited and paid to join by Bernhard who thought I was Art Bell the paranormal broadcaster of Coast to Coast AM. Well maybe I told him I was that one-but it doesn't matter it got me on the list and "In like Flint".



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Old 04-02-2017, 05:32 PM
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Hey GRUNTERSDAD, I was doing a search on Yahoo for one of my favorite drummers and I am glad that I clicked on the DW link.
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Old 04-02-2017, 06:01 PM
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I must have been in a cave! I googled tons of drum related stuff, but never really stumbled onto this site, until last year. Even then, I found the video and instructions section, which I found very handy and was looking through them pretty regularly. One day I just happened to look up the page and saw Official Discussion Forum and you haven't been able to get rid of me since!
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Old 04-02-2017, 06:10 PM
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Like 12 years ago or so, my buddy mentioned that Dennis Chambers had mentioned this site. I appreciated the mention, he was a real mensche. So I've been creepily lurking regularly since then...just joined as a poster.
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Old 04-02-2017, 06:30 PM
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I was searching for reviews or information about some prospective purchase, although what I was buying has long since been forgotten. That was in late 2006/early 2007, I believe. My join date shows 2007, but my first account was compromised somehow, so I'm not sure that's right.

That's an interesting story in itself. I got a bunch of obscenity-laced, hateful, and totally insane sounding PMs, completely apropos nothing, purportedly from Bernhard. And then I got locked out. I had to register under a different name and write to Bernhard to find out what the heck was going on. This was back in the days when I think Bernhard and Dogbreath were the only admins. Maybe Nuther Jason? Anyway, the whole fiasco was due to some hacking, and I got my member name back, but I think my post count and join date got reset.

It was wild! lol But Drummerworld has been a great resource and I'm very glad I found it!
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Old 04-02-2017, 07:26 PM
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I don't even remember how I found it but I think one of the first times I looked on here was for stuff about Vibra-Fibing because I was wondering what it was because I heard Neil Peart played it but that was probably back in oh, April or so of last year.
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Web search back in 2004. Joined the existing forum then, that shut down then joined this one when it re-opened. That was a long time ago... June will be my 13th year here.
Yeah, because we all know that your user name is just an anagram of Mediocre Funky Beat. Haha! MFB the Sticks Slayer!
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I just stumbled on it in my cyber travels. This is my first and only forum experience to date. I couldn't believe what I had found. I could actually talk about drumming and drums and people would be interested!

That never happened before!

DW has brought things out of me that were always there, but they never really had the light of day shine on them. They were just embryos of drum thought. This place allowed those thoughts to grow and flourish.

DW gave me a voice. And for that I am forever grateful to Bernhard.

He had the foresight...and the class...to make this place respected the way it is. Truly, a gift that keeps giving.

This place is one of those "the best things in life are free" things.
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Yeah, because we all know that your user name is just an anagram of Mediocre Funky Beat. Haha! MFB the Sticks Slayer!
Oh no! The secret is out! How will I ever cope?!

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I just stumbled on it in my cyber travels. This is my first and only forum experience to date. I couldn't believe what I had found. I could actually talk about drumming and drums and people would be interested!

That never happened before!

DW has brought things out of me that were always there, but they never really had the light of day shine on them. They were just embryos of drum thought. This place allowed those thoughts to grow and flourish.

DW gave me a voice. And for that I am forever grateful to Bernhard.

He had the foresight...and the class...to make this place respected the way it is. Truly, a gift that keeps giving.

This place is one of those "the best things in life are free" things.
That has to be one of the most beautiful posts ever <3

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Oh no! The secret is out! How will I ever cope?!
I sweated blood trying to work out what on earth BacteriumFendYoke was an anagram of, and even if I had worked it out, I wouldn't have realised. Luckily for my beauty sleep, Duncan told me all!
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I wish I had at least figured out it was an anagram.
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It was at the end of 2014 when I decided to get back into drumming after 13 years away. I was on the recieving end of some snarky comments from someone I auditioned for. He said my right hand was too slow and I couldn't keep up, so it made me look for ways of speeding it up and I searched on google for help. For the first couple of months, the only section of the forum I looked at was the one regarding technique. It really made me realise how little I actually knew about drumming. This forum has helped me so much over the last 2 years. I can't give it enough credit.
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I found the DW website while searching infos and video clips of my favourite drummers around 2007, I always had a peek now and again at the forum before deciding to join as a member in 2011, probably the best ever thing I've done in my lifetime on the internet and the friendship I develop here is simply unbelievable, you all know who you are <3

I'm not around much these days, life is hectic and ever so busy, but I'm fine, there's simply not enough hours in a day, I do peek a little when I can, hopefully, life will get less busy and I'll be able to participate like I use to.

Drummerworld is THE place to be, it always feel like home :)
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Old 04-02-2017, 10:39 PM
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I just searched for "Drums forum" on Google, and poof, DW showed :)
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Great idea for a thread Grunt!

Similar story, Bac. I too remember the old site. I found it around '03 / '04 just trying to find info on drums. A while had passed and I went to check it out again but it had disappeared. Fast forward a few more years later and I found it again but it looked different. Through all those times I was always just a reader. Never joined. I didn't think I had anything to offer. A few years ago after being a regular "reader / lurker" I decided to join. I know I don't post much. I still don't think I have much to offer...most of you are so incredibly knowledgeable and experienced! However, if I do ever have something to offer or a question to ask, it's so great to have members here who make me feel comfortable to do so.

Like others though I have to say a huge thank you to everyone who has been apart of making this site happen and keeping it going. It truly is an incredible and invaluable resource. It's simply such a blessing to be able to be apart of something where many are passionate about similar things but more importantly, are so respectful to others about this passion of drumming. I have yet to find a forum like this one. There's a refreshing level of maturity here where even through disagreements there's still a level of respect and character between the members. I understand though it wasn't always like that, lol. However, now on the rare occasion when we begin to take things a bit too far, the moderators and members are quick to put out the fire before it gets out of control.

I can't say it enough. This site is a blessing! Thank you all so much for caring enough to make this site what it is today. :)
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I found the DW website while searching infos and video clips of my favourite drummers around 2007, I always had a peek now and again at the forum before deciding to join as a member in 2011, probably the best ever thing I've done in my lifetime on the internet and the friendship I develop here is simply unbelievable, you all know who you are <3

I'm not around much these days, life is hectic and ever so busy, but I'm fine, there's simply not enough hours in a day, I do peek a little when I can, hopefully, life will get less busy and I'll be able to participate like I use to.

Drummerworld is THE place to be, it always feel like home :)
Miss seeing you around here Henri. I hope all is well.
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