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Old 12-20-2016, 07:42 PM   #253
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I've played saxophone for many, many years.
I like to do the recording side also.


Here is a sample.
(MP3 definately degrades it)


http://www.talbotco.com/music/Star_Trek.mp3
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Old 12-20-2016, 10:39 PM   #254
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Since this is a thread about musicians, I thought that you guys might appreciate a pretty comprehensive look at the musicians we lost this year in 2016. When I started writing the article and compiling the list, I knew we'd lost icons this year, but it really hit home when It was all placed in chronological order and I was able to see them all listed together.

The article is called - 2016 Coda
Thanks to those who gave us such great music

http://www.harmonycentral.com/articles/2016-coda

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Old 12-21-2016, 06:48 AM   #255
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Young Drummer Here

I have played drums and piano for over a decade (counting my early years in 5th grade or so), but I plan to move into a 34 foot 1984 Excella in the spring and I am rather torn about when to do with my drumset. It is relatively compact, but not A/S compact... the keyboard, while bulky, definitely can easily be replaced for a more compact unit... I hope to keep a really small drum setup in my town vehicle, but I'll report back how much I actually get to play it.. Likely (unfortunately) I will lend my drums to my little cousin who is just starting her drum career.

Any other drummers on the road? See a photo of my soon-to-be rig below.
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Old 12-21-2016, 07:44 AM   #256
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Old 12-21-2016, 11:55 PM   #257
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I have played drums and piano for over a decade (counting my early years in 5th grade or so), but I plan to move into a 34 foot 1984 Excella in the spring and I am rather torn about when to do with my drumset. It is relatively compact, but not A/S compact... the keyboard, while bulky, definitely can easily be replaced for a more compact unit... I hope to keep a really small drum setup in my town vehicle, but I'll report back how much I actually get to play it.. Likely (unfortunately) I will lend my drums to my little cousin who is just starting her drum career.

Any other drummers on the road? See a photo of my soon-to-be rig below.
Most drummers already know about these and some may joke but Roland TD series drums has some serious although electronic sets that could save space while offering many sonic options.
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Old 12-22-2016, 12:00 AM   #258
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I have played drums and piano for over a decade (counting my early years in 5th grade or so), but I plan to move into a 34 foot 1984 Excella in the spring and I am rather torn about when to do with my drumset. It is relatively compact, but not A/S compact... the keyboard, while bulky, definitely can easily be replaced for a more compact unit... I hope to keep a really small drum setup in my town vehicle, but I'll report back how much I actually get to play it.. Likely (unfortunately) I will lend my drums to my little cousin who is just starting her drum career.

Any other drummers on the road? See a photo of my soon-to-be rig below.
Gracious - That's a beast and totally awesome!
You should be able to set up a drum studio in one corner of that!

I keep a cajon with me when I travel in the airstream. Pair of brushes and little mounted drum head for impromptu stuff that might happen around the campfire. My other kits stay home.

Most times when Im out in the airstream, I'm escaping noise!

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Old 12-22-2016, 12:02 AM   #259
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I'll need to start carrying my Tama Cocktail-Jam drum kit just in case...
Love that kit! I shot a video at NAMM two years ago with a guy wearing one of those out at the Tama booth.
They sounded great.

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Old 12-22-2016, 06:38 AM   #260
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I hesitate to call my self a musician, more of a hack, but I J have a nice old Collings D-1A, and a Mele tenor uke hog 6 string. And I have a custom Mya Moe tenor out of mango on order.

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Gracious - That's a beast and totally awesome!
You should be able to set up a drum studio in one corner of that!

I keep a cajon with me when I travel in the airstream. Pair of brushes and little mounted drum head for impromptu stuff that might happen around the campfire. My other kits stay home.

Most times when Im out in the airstream, I'm escaping noise!

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Something about a drumset that does not quite fit the sounds cape of the mobile lifestyle. I am going to have to get a Cajon or something to get my fix until I get back to my real set. I have a pretty compact drum setup as it is, but I think I will wind up dishing it off to one of my musician buddies in my hometown. With any luck, I'll get everything back if we ever find ourselves with a permanent residence in the future. I'll be sure to post in a few months with whatever I come up with. Happy roads!
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My entire family is musical. My husband plays several instruments. I play piano and keyboard and am learning guitar and harp, and I sing...a lot. All kids play at least one instrument. One of my children is talented vocally as well and another has a natural ability to compose. It's just our "thang."
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I hesitate to call my self a musician, more of a hack, but I J have a nice old Collings D-1A, and a Mele tenor uke hog 6 string. And I have a custom Mya Moe tenor out of mango on order.

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And I also haul around a Collings 0002 Cutaway, a Composite Acoustics GX, Koaloha Concert, and a dulcimer. I play every morning and just love it.
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My AS guitar is an Epiphone masterbilt I picked up last year. Started playing classical at 12 and went from there. Enjoy folk-rock, southern rock and the usual guitar legends, but will play pretty much anything.
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My AS guitar is an Epiphone masterbilt I picked up last year. Started playing classical at 12 and went from there. Enjoy folk-rock, southern rock and the usual guitar legends, but will play pretty much anything.


Those Masterbilts are awesome guitars!
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a Composite Acoustics GX,
I'm looking at getting a CA or a Rainsong. I can't bear to put a good wood guitar through the temp/humidity fluctuations it would get traveling inside the Airstream.
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