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Old 05-16-2018, 06:22 AM
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Hello, my name is Stevie and I'm new here.
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Old 08-08-2018, 12:38 AM
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Hello all you skin slappers. I am new to the site and I just bought a (according to the vintage guide a 1954 Rogers entry level/cocktail kit snare.) Please if anyone has any pics of others like it or knows of a place to get further info about it so I can say that is what I have let me know. Any additional info would be great. I am going to try to get some pictures loaded on here.
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Old 10-17-2018, 02:27 PM
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Hi, I'm Gideon and I'm brand new here! I'm very interested in 70's and 80's Ludwig kits. Can't wait to look around more on this forum!
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Old 07-06-2019, 06:41 AM
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Hey guys, looks I'm the first newbie that's posted here in awhile!

New to the site, and new to drumming as well. I'm turning 60, yup, I said 60(!) in another week and I decided its finally time to play the drums. Its a bug that's never left me since I was young, but I grew up in an apartment and mom and dad said, "play the guitar instead son, its quieter". Well, I did and I became an ok guitarist, but the drums always called. So I just bought a pretty little MIJ Norma kit in sparkle red. From 67 I believe, so its vintage like me but in better shape! I'm learning a lot here already, for instance, I had no idea what MIJ even meant 2 weeks ago or that there were so many out there!

I also have no idea where this will take me, nor do I have any great expectations, I guess I just want to have a little fun and scratch that itch...finally!

Anyway, great forum and glad to be here!
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Old 07-06-2019, 05:31 PM
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Hey guys, looks I'm the first newbie that's posted here in awhile!

New to the site, and new to drumming as well. I'm turning 60, yup, I said 60(!) in another week and I decided its finally time to play the drums. Its a bug that's never left me since I was young, but I grew up in an apartment and mom and dad said, "play the guitar instead son, its quieter". Well, I did and I became an ok guitarist, but the drums always called. So I just bought a pretty little MIJ Norma kit in sparkle red. From 67 I believe, so its vintage like me but in better shape! I'm learning a lot here already, for instance, I had no idea what MIJ even meant 2 weeks ago or that there were so many out there!

I also have no idea where this will take me, nor do I have any great expectations, I guess I just want to have a little fun and scratch that itch...finally!

Anyway, great forum and glad to be here!
. And good luck on your journey
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