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Old 06-10-2019, 08:49 PM
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No doubt, they're in phenomenal condition, especially as satin flame drums go.

But I still think the seller is out of his mind.
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Old 06-11-2019, 05:59 PM
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Default Re: Another Delusional Crack Smoking Seller

I got two mint Stewart sets. A U.S. Mercury set and a Torodor set. They all have the original front bass drum heads with the script logos. Im sitting on 8k worth of drums over here!!!!
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Old 07-02-2019, 07:00 PM
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Default Re: Another Delusional Crack Smoking Seller

Even if someone might be selling a CB700 set for 3 thousand dollars I'd still wouldn't call him a crack head. I wouldn't make fun of him, I wouldn't post a link to try to make him look ridiculous...I would just smile and hope for him to get the money he wants for his stuff because maybe he sincerely need that money and maybe he didn't have the chance or the time to educate himself about his gear.
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Old 07-03-2019, 03:27 AM
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Default Re: Another Delusional Crack Smoking Seller

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Even if someone might be selling a CB700 set for 3 thousand dollars I'd still wouldn't call him a crack head. I wouldn't make fun of him, I wouldn't post a link to try to make him look ridiculous...I would just smile and hope for him to get the money he wants for his stuff because maybe he sincerely need that money and maybe he didn't have the chance or the time to educate himself about his gear.
That's perfectly fair for you to do. I respect that. This is the beautiful thing about being able to have individual opinions.

That being said, the seller must be a crackhead.
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Old 07-03-2019, 04:53 PM
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That's perfectly fair for you to do. I respect that. This is the beautiful thing about being able to have individual opinions.

That being said, the seller must be a crackhead.
I laughed out loud! Thanks for saying that.
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'64 Slingerland, 13/16/22 (to be restored)
'65 Leedy, Blue Sparkle, 12/14/20
'67 Ludwig, Burgundy Sparkle, 12/13/16/22
'73 Slingerland, Sky Blue Pearl, 12/13/16/22
'72 Slingerland, Red Tiger Pearl, 12/13/16/22
'72 Rogers, Oyster Black, 13/16/22
'60s MIJ Apollo/Majestic, Red Sparkle, 13/16/20

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Old 07-04-2019, 10:52 AM
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Goodness, I think you have to be a very serious MIJ collector to go for this kit. In my short time of being into MIJ gear, this kit is easily the most expensive I've seen.

Unless you just have to have it, I think your money is better spent on a nice collectible Ludwig/Slingerland/Gretsch that is more likely to keep going up in value.
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