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Old 01-23-2008, 12:16 AM
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Default Jan 22, 2008 - The Big FIVE-O!

Well, I'm not that old, but I did finally get all of the bass drum pedals completed and it topped out at 52 pedals. (10 new pedals at the bottom)

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Here is a little food for thought...

There are 53 pages for the pedals.. The pedals have 443 x 2 = 886 images (37.9MB)

I think I have at least 20 hours of work including the photography...

I have to admit by #52, I was over this project and ready for something else...



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Old 01-23-2008, 01:44 PM
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Default Re: Jan 22, 2008 - The Big FIVE-O!

We appreciate all the hard work David - Bravo!!
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Default Re: Jan 22, 2008 - The Big FIVE-O!

Holy Moly!
It's good thing you're not showing bicycle pedals. It would never end!
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Old 01-24-2008, 06:24 PM
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Default Re: Jan 22, 2008 - The Big FIVE-O!

Your welcome guys...

I have a few things on the plate coming up!

Stay tuned...

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Default Re: Jan 22, 2008 - The Big FIVE-O!

WOW! That's incredible! Great job! Thanks.....Sorry I am a bit late on the thank-you!
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Default Re: Jan 22, 2008 - The Big FIVE-O!

I have to say, that kind of dedication is something I greatly appreciate!! Being a newbie to the vintage drum world, it's really nice to have a visual to compare and learn about the different concepts as times changed. Thank You David!!
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Default Re: Jan 22, 2008 - The Big FIVE-O!

Hey gents! Thanks!

O-Lugs - Guess what arrived in the mail today?

tic toc, tic toc, tic toc, tic toc........

The Ludwig Drummer announcing the arrival of the Ludwig Jazzette!!

I will try and scan it this evening

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Old 01-25-2008, 05:12 AM
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Wow. Spectacular. Thanks for taking the time to document these.

Nice set of Gladstone hand cymbals too.
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