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    I was referring more to the drunken walk to the restroom. lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmys69 View Post
    I was referring more to the drunken crawl to the restroom. lol!
    Fixed that for ya Jim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moresound View Post
    Fixed that for ya Jim.
    Much more accurate! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmys69 View Post
    I was referring more to the drunken walk to the restroom. lol!
    OK, instead of breaking a stick, he'll break his head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Monroe View Post
    OK, instead of breaking a stick, he'll break his head.
    That's why it's called *Head banging* music!
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    Hmm cool cool. Do you have pics of the ceiling mounts jimmy?

    Not sure that a pair of what richard recommended is in the budget. But I guess I just need one for the over snare mic.

    Anyone else used what tmix recommended?

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    I suppose I could take one fore ya. Gimme a minute.
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    Here ya go. One of the overhead mic stands I use in the drum room.
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    Looks like I'll really just need one new stand. For the snare side. The tom side I can sandbag or something.

    Now I just have to decide between ceiling arm or one of those crazy stands. One takes up less room, and the other could be used to hang blankets.

    decisions decisions

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    I'm going flange mount.

    Recommend any boom arms?

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