Before & after project

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    While I've been absent, this is what I've been doing.
    First is the before & after. It is a Kent circa 1960.

    The orange one I'm soon to finish; and also 2 mahogany toms to match; dark green with sparkles. It will be a jazz kit but Musicman's 3rd drum set.

    I have a 26" bass awaiting my attention. :rolleyes:
     

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    So are you just redoing the finish, or are you doing woodwork also?

    3 drum kits... I bet that takes up a lot of room!
     
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    Yes, Jeff, I'm doing ALL the work. Well, that's noe entirely true. Musicman will pick one up as he walks thru the rooms and says, "Oh, I can't wait. These are going to sound sooo good".

    Between that & the guitars, amps, speakers, & other paraphernalia, I look like I could open up a music store.
     
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    That's awfully helpful.. Are you compensating him for his efforts? :cof:
     
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    Very cool! I'm working on my mini-music store right now... as soon as the IRS gets me my money, I'll be a happy guy!
     
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    Probably more than he deserves. :happy2:
     
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    HOW did you manage this?
    The IRS seems to make sure I don't have to worry about being filthy rich.
     
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    Child tax credit x 2! :D
     

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