What's your latest purchase?

Neilage

Junior Member
I finally ordered some bucket list cymbals:

Paiste 20" Giant Beat Multi-functional Cymbal:
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Paiste 14" Signature Precision Sound Edge Hi-Hats:
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I also ordered 3 Yamaha Crosstown Advanced Lightweight Cymbal Stands.
 

Ransan

Senior Member
Just getting into recording- am I too late?
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Just kidding I know I’m late on that bus.
I did find this thing for a little price.
A Sony 300 series table top FBI alien session recorder for $15 at an antique shop we frequent in Florence. It works but missing the cb style mics, other than that get a roll of magnetic tape and I’m not sure what this thing can do, at least it can hang around in my little ‘studio’.
 

Jeremy Crockett

Active member
I recently picked up this G2622, it was the last Single Barrel Stain that AMS had:

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It had some fret sprout that needed taming but other than that, it's a fantastic git-fiddle.
 

someguy01

Well-known member
So, when does your store open now that you have more drum stock than my local GC?
 

cbphoto

Gold Member
Starlink! $550 for the hardware, plus $100 per month for unlimited, as-fast-as-possible-via-landsat internet access.

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For all you boys and girls who live in the boonies in Canada, northern USA, New Zealand, and southern Oz, and have lousy internet, Starlink might be a good alternative.
 

Supergrobi

Technical Supervisor
For all you boys and girls who live in the boonies in Canada, northern USA, New Zealand, and southern Oz

...or in the capital of Germany.
 

Cmdr. Ross

Silver Member
Starlink! $550 for the hardware, plus $100 per month for unlimited, as-fast-as-possible-via-landsat internet access.

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For all you boys and girls who live in the boonies in Canada, northern USA, New Zealand, and southern Oz, and have lousy internet, Starlink might be a good alternative.
That's quite a large drum!
Who makes the head for it? :LOL:
 

Push pull stroke

Platinum Member
Starlink! $550 for the hardware, plus $100 per month for unlimited, as-fast-as-possible-via-landsat internet access.

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For all you boys and girls who live in the boonies in Canada, northern USA, New Zealand, and southern Oz, and have lousy internet, Starlink might be a good alternative.
It’s not very practical in mountainous or heavily forested areas, but large swaths of the rural Midwest will definitely get at least a little benefit from it.
 
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