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    Robert

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    Good call, Eric! Every guitar player would benefit from playing drums! The best players have a great timing, and one way to improve that is to actually

    Robert Yesterday, 10:50 AM Go to last post
    Eric

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    Those are some nice looking drums. I'm just looking for something decent to use as a crash right now, and that crash ride seems to be available. I imagine

    Eric April 22nd, 2014, 07:09 PM Go to last post
    Eric

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    That's essentially what I'm relegated to anyway, playing on the bed in a hotel room. I end up playing most nights, though I guess I should work more with

    Eric April 22nd, 2014, 07:05 PM Go to last post
    Duffy

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    Good point Dee. Any time playing drums is time well spent. It can definitely help you get better at guitar too.

    Duffy April 22nd, 2014, 06:57 AM Go to last post
    Duffy

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    Yeah Eric, your are barking up the right trees in my opinion. I like that you got some Pearl Exports. I bought a new set of red sparkle Pearl "Vision"

    Duffy April 22nd, 2014, 06:41 AM Go to last post
    deeaa

    Drumming

    Just play...I try to play a few minutes at least every week. Always to a click. Every time I come up with something new to try and practice a little,

    deeaa April 21st, 2014, 10:34 PM Go to last post
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  • Epiphone Sorrento

    Epiphone 50Th Ann.

    The 50th Anniversary "1962" Sorrento E452TDN Outfit features a laminated maple top and body, a mahogany neck with a 1960s SlipTaper™ profile, a rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, 20 medium jumbo frets, historically accurate binding and tortoise style pickguard, and Gibson USA mini-humbuckers. Like the Casino, the Sorrento is a completely hollow design that makes for a lightweight guitar with a wide range of tones.

    The Tune-o-matic™ floating bridge has a rosewood bridge base with a reissue of the original classic trapeze tailpiece. The Sorrento's electronics are top-notch Epiphone quality with CTS potentiometers, a ¼" non-rotating output jack, and gold TopHat controls to go along with Wilkinson™ Vintage Style machine heads with small buttons and a 14:1 tuning ratio. The dovewing headstock has a classic Epiphone metal logo badge and there is also a historically accurate "blue rectangular" Epiphone label. The "1962" Sorrento comes with a period-correct hard case and a 1962 Collection Certificate of Authenticity.

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      Looks like a great axe to play some T Bone Blues ! I like the "Old style" headstock
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