You have a point there Mr Bill.
The 'Last Kit' idea didn't last too long. For me either. I don't think I'll say I've gotten my last kit again.
4 pc, heavy beech shells, not a color I'd order but acceptable considering the ridiculously low price. I'd post pics but don't want to be snooty although it may be too late for that. D-World is kind of the anti-gear forum.So give us some details or is this just baiting us for the big show and tell later-I hope?
Great purchase, I love my dynasync pedal as well as my first chair, seat style though, not round
Awesome snares and as Ron Dunnet is in BC, they are quite "affordable" in Canada so, if I decide to go with an aluminium snare, it might be the Dunnet 2N molded one (or the Tama Starphonic aluminium, no sure yet, easier to get a Dunnet than the Tama here).Alright, one more. Before my Focusrite died, I was in the middle of having to juggle my dad's business closure and several short deadline recording projects amidst travel gigs and having other people pull me in various directions, so when I was offered a great deal on this thing, I decided to justify it as a stress purchase:
View attachment 108472View attachment 108473View attachment 108474View attachment 108475
Titanium number Two-Tanium: a 2007 5x14. This thing sounds absolutely righteous. It has more of a handmade feel than my 2020 titanium, and it's a good bit heavier due to its having a thicker shell. Powerful, and open in just the right way. Might end up replacing a couple snares of similar size...
You has my sympathies. I'm 5'10" and I look thin (for me) at 210. I'm built thickSo.. i have a sugar addiction This is pretty much every morning now with my coffee... i really need to get back on keto, i never realized how addictive sugar is til i quit keto (i got too skinny while eating a stupid amount of food, had to stop, was down to 146# at 5'10")
View attachment 108765
You has my sympathies. I'm 5'10" and I look skinny (for me) at 210. I'm built thick
At 146 I'd blow away with a stiff breeze. Wait I should reword that...
You can eat for health or death, your choice. Death tastes better, but healthy food makes me feel more normal. I like a balance.
I have to force myself to eat foods that put weight on me now. Which is the opposite of what I had to do my whole life. I've been 250 most of my adult life. Now, with my changing appetite, I have to watch I don't get too thin. I'm getting some soda and ice cream now, so everyone out of my way!
The depression is from eating garbage is my guess. One fuels the other and vice versa.Yup, i used to be 5'10 and 250#, i have big shoulders and have always just been a bit tubby.. i went on keto for my depression (which it wiped out 35 years of self hatred in 3 days...) and i felt the best i ever have but i went from 220ish at the time to 145ish in 7 months, i looked like a skeleton, always went from 36" waist to 30" which i actually am happy about I'm back upto about 170, i keep meaning to start doing IF again, but no will power right now..
The bad thing is.. eating garbage and my depression is back so bad i have started selling off everything to prepare to the inevitable.. which i could fix if i could kick the sugar again.. it's stupidly addictive.
Today is a ok day though
well kick some ass I have a bag of lindor chocolates at home for saturday night that prove i'm no man I will get it under control eventually though.The depression is from eating garbage is my guess. One fuels the other and vice versa.
The hardest thing I had to do in life was to change my eating habits. In my mind I'm not a man if the pull of bad food is stronger than I am.
Today, I'm a man.
Your first step is to flush the Lindors.
When you know you're doing something bad for you....and you still do it...that's gotta change. Be kind to your body
But hey you're 170 now and that's not overweight, so Lindor away and stop when you reach 200
The D6 is a super mic!!! Not available when I bought my D112 AKG, I was close to ditch it and buy the D6 but I went the 2 mikes road with my AKG C5600 (AKG C414 capsule in a different shell) and while it's bit more complex, I like it a lot. So, in 3 words, how would you describe the D6?
Not sure which emoji was most appropriate, since that was a bit of a rollercoaster, but glad to hear you're doing well today. Hang in there, drumpal.