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Classic Aussie drums

Postby troutstudio » Sat Mar 31, 2012 5:13 pm

Here's something you don't see every day. Drouyn drums from 1964. Note the £29 New Beats.

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Re: Classic Aussie drums

Postby stosostu » Sat Mar 31, 2012 8:23 pm

Nice looking kit, and in 1964, that would have been considered a full kit, all that a drummer needed, not the 'half a room full' that seems de rigueur thiese days. Or maybe I'm just getting too old for a 45 minute load in just for the drums. :))
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Re: Classic Aussie drums

Postby Drumstruck » Sun Apr 01, 2012 11:24 am

Really nice - and a collectors item especially in such good nick. I had a similar kit that (in Ringo colour) that was stolen in 1979 (along with the car etc etc).

Thanks for those pics :-bd
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Re: Classic Aussie drums

Postby troutstudio » Sun Apr 01, 2012 11:59 am

Drumstruck wrote:Really nice - and a collectors item especially in such good nick. I had a similar kit that (in Ringo colour) that was stolen in 1979 (along with the car etc etc).

Thanks for those pics :-bd


I'm really sorry to hear that. I wish you much better luck with your all your musical endeavors.
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Re: Classic Aussie drums

Postby Drumstruck » Sun Apr 01, 2012 7:01 pm

troutstudio wrote:
Drumstruck wrote:Really nice - and a collectors item especially in such good nick. I had a similar kit that (in Ringo colour) that was stolen in 1979 (along with the car etc etc).

Thanks for those pics :-bd


I'm really sorry to hear that. I wish you much better luck with your all your musical endeavors.


Thanks mate, it was a hard blow for a young bloke - after my first night recording in a real studio - **it happens but you get on..... I'll post pics of my latest kit in the next few days and everyone will drool.

But I'm taking the focus off your great kit pics - I say again - a beautiful kit.
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Re: Classic Aussie drums

Postby ChrisW » Mon Apr 02, 2012 12:26 pm

Nice drums!
Congrats.
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Re: Classic Aussie drums

Postby Jamesthe2nd » Tue Apr 17, 2012 2:07 am

Beautiful!
Kept in amazing condition.
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