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  • nachosavage
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    Originally posted by fulrmr(Daniel) View Post
    Ummm...what vid?
    I wonder the same thing.

    here goes the link again...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llmGZVfuH_8

    greetings.
    Last edited by nachosavage; 03-02-14, 01:30 PM.

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  • Kenster
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    Great vid!!!! I'll have to try that next time I set up and tear down!
    As far as racks, if it works for you, then it's good! I also use a legless HH stand, love it, a lot less clutter underneath for my double kick pedal linkage.

    K

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  • hairmetal-81
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    ...don't tell me you don't see one..... Is this starting to happen again??


    Have you tried to refresh the page?


    HTH

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  • fulrmr(Daniel)
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    Ummm...what vid?

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  • BWaj
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    lol, I was digging the dog action too! Very cool vid, thanks for sharing.

  • hairmetal-81
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    Cool video, Nachosavage!


    Lots of things to love in that - like your cool 'double-module rack' or your dog, looking inside to see what's going on...

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  • nachosavage
    started a topic Working on the Rack

    Working on the Rack

    Hey guys

    I recently moved to a different city and used the opportunity to try something new on my vdrums.

    I wanted to use less floor space and a lower profile rack setup.
    Also took a shot at a "no leg" snare stand.

    first shot was ok, but kind of flimsy so i added a second tier just for stability sake.

    I still have to fine tune de position of everything (i was a bit tired after the moving, cleaning and setting up twice)

    i sold my ecymbals and got some assorted hihats to diy some stealth cymbals. and i`ll probably will redo the wiring with some custom cables.

    here a little time lapse of the whole thing.

    Enjoy.

    greetings from Chile, Nachosavage
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