To gap, or not to gap? Fulcrum stuff...

Hollywood Jim

Platinum Member
Very interesting. Thank you !

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Funka

Junior Member
I use this concept in the kit when I want more stacatto sound no-gap, and more legatto with gap and full rebound. All this can be applied also to french grip.

Great video Bill, tks!
 

8Mile

Platinum Member
I think it's a great video. I especially dig the way you avoid absolutes. I'm no authority on anything, but I've always felt that was the correct approach and having you validate that strengthens my conviction about it.
 

larryace

"Uncle Larry"
I think it's a great video. I especially dig the way you avoid absolutes. I'm no authority on anything, but I've always felt that was the correct approach and having you validate that strengthens my conviction about it.

Caught ya!

Totally agree tho, absolutes are perfect and perfection doesn't exist in nature.

Another great vid Bill.

Isn't Bill the kind of guy you wish your daughter would marry?
 

8Mile

Platinum Member
Caught ya!

Totally agree tho, absolutes are perfect and perfection doesn't exist in nature.

Another great vid Bill.

Isn't Bill the kind of guy you wish your daughter would marry?
Hey! I meant always as in "for as long as I can remember," not "in every situation."

Eluding capture,
8Mile
 
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