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  1. Due to lack of use, ive decided to sell my pride and joy, shells and tom hardware only, Yamaha Rock tour custom. includes 22" bass drum, 10" & 2x 12" rack toms, 2 floor toms i think they are 15" and 16", cant remember. All in black sparkle (thats black with a hint of glitter, looks nice). When i done some research about them a while back i got his from a collector - "I've been playing for over forty years and never liked Yamahas much until I heard Ray Brinker play a small set of RTC's at a club in Sherman Oaks two years ago. I was there to hear Ernie Watts who I gigged with over a decade ago. Ray was sight reading the gig for the first time and he just killed me. He is endorsed by yamaha. I was studying his kit closely and noticed they said 'rock' on the label; ironic since Ray claimed to be a rock drummer, even tho he was quite adept at playing jazz. He then stated: "They are Rock Tour Customs- best drums Yamaha ever made." So I started buying them at that point. I'm into my fourth RTC kit now! There are a few people who love these drums. I think they are better sounding then the Recording Customs. A rounder tone. The Yamaha people say the closest thing to them made today is the Beech series. The RTC's were made in the late 80's and early 90's. I think it's safe to say that they haven't made them in over 10 years. They share the same hardware as the Recording Customs (which will be phased out soon I hear). the difference is in the shell. RC's are all birch. RTC's have a few mahogany plies as well as birch and an outer sheath of resin. I think it's that resin that sets them apart from any other drum. RTC's are top of the line. " So in the sale is.... not for seperation under any circumstances. - the shells in sizes i mentioned, all skinned, brand new on the bass drum. - floor toms stands (note 16" has leg slots, but no legs are included, mounts on stand given) - appropriate bass drum mounts for 12" toms - tom arm and 1 clamp for attachment to a stand for the 10" - fabric padded bass drum case - hard cases for 14" 10" and 16" toms, none for 12" im afraid. ^^ due to the hardware, this kit can be set up a whole lot of ways, theres a sample, missing one 12" tom obviously. Its been well taken care of, though due to its age it has some minor marks (as most kits do). if someone was seriously interested id be up for letting them come and view it. Cash Only. Cheers.
  2. Still looking to sell this.
  3. yep, looking to buy one of these if anyone has one for sale, just to be clear .. its the iron cobra chain drive double pedal, powerglide model, with the case. cheers.
  4. My newish dundee band, no gigs played yet but done a couple recordings, hasnt been getting many hits on myspace so thought id do a plug here, opinions and feedback would be ace. cheers http://www.myspace.com/onetrackwinter
  5. just some stuff i need rid off asap. Taking up space. 1x Old pc. Celeron 600Mhz, 319mb RAM, 46GB of HD space across 2 drives, 2x dvd drives, webcam, 5 button mouse, standard keyboard, 17inch CRT. Windows 98 SE installed with lisence sticker intact. Has on board graphics, no AGP slot. Has modem and network card. Only thing required is the drivers for the on board sound, which i havent tried to find. So sold without sound working atm. 1x Brokenish G4 15inch Powerbook. 1GHz model, 1GB ram, 55GB HD, powersupply. Has a failing logic board, so movement causes the screen to scramble/the machine to crash. Includes a case, and basically new battery. Sold as is 1x Geforce FX 5200 AGP graphics card, 128mb, 1x Svideo out, 1x vga out. 2x 256 Ram chips, 2x cdrw drives 1x dvd drive 1x 17"CRT samsung syncmaster monitor pix - any offers considered, headin for the skip soon. cheers.
  6. I just got back from the degree show, exploration in the 4rth dimension was the best for me, think thats what it was called, good stuff like, nae too expensive either, number 5 (i think) i liked the best . Was speaking to the girl about the homeless person cardboard box seat, thats a great idea, twas a runner up for the BP thing? fashion stuff was good too.
  7. no one want this for 60? jst trying to get rid of it
  8. my bro has an epiphone les paul 7 string, its cooool.
  9. hey, im aware of that lol, my expectations aint high, i was gonna let it go for 70. ill think about 60 seriously tho! genuine offer ya?
  10. oh come on! theres a 17" monitor in there! you could use it for parts, 256 RAM chip, rip out the dvd player perhaps?! 30 quid.... pssssht. changing to "serious offers only plz"
  11. starting bid is 8 quid then...
  12. good points!... - celeron 600mhz, - 320 RAM, - 4ish GB HD, - integrated graphics, intel 810 chipset. - dvd/cdrom, - floppy drive - modem, network card - standard ports (2x usb) - clean install of windows 98 (note : no software/cds included, but has liscense sticker) - mouse, keyboard, 17" monitor, modem cable, power supply leads x2 bad points... - Couldnt find correct driver for integrated sound, so no sound at the moment, but it would work if you find the driver obviously, has appropriate output/input sound ports. - No AGP slot, so your stuck with the integrated graphics im afraid (they aint that bad... plays wolfET quite well (note: i left it installed )) so..... not looking for much at all, just sitting on the floor in my room! someone chucks me a semi reasonable offer and its sold heh.
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