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    How many thrones do you own and what are they used for?



    Right now I have my Roc-n-Soc for playing in the house and non-smoky bars. Sitting right next to it is my old regular-shaped PDP junk throne that I don't care if it gets inundated with smoke.

    One is more comfortable than the other. I'll let you decide.
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    Just the one.
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    • #3
      (1) Roc-N-Soc bicycle seat with spindle base in the live kit hardware bags
      (1) Roc-N-Soc bicycle seat with spindle base at the rehearsal space
      (1) Pearl mid-level round seat with spindle base at home in the jam room/goes out for rehearsing sub gigs, etc.
      For cripe's sake, somebody buy that kid a freaking DICTIONARY already!

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      • #4
        Tama 1st Chair Hydraulic with Back Rest -- Stays with the home kit

        Gretsch Round Seat Hydraulic -- Stays with the gigging kit
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        • #5
          My Tama 1st chair goes everywhere with me - it's so solid and I never even feel it.
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          • #6
            ^ No man! You need to feel it. That awesome communion with Earth, gravity surging through your being. 32' per second2...
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            • #7
              Just the one Tama 1st chair (round). Must have bought it at least 10 years ago. I bought a galaxy snare drum case so that I wouldn't rip the leather during transport.
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              • #8
                Just the one Tama 1st chair (round). Must have bought it at least 10 years ago. I bought a galaxy snare drum case so that I wouldn't rip the leather during transport.


                This is a man who knows how to travel.




                I forgot to mention that I also have a porcelain throne.
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                • #9
                  I have a Roc 'N Soc that I use all the time. I also have the crap throne that it replaced. I thought I would use it while playing my keyboard. Screw that. I now just move the Roc 'N Soc over to play the keyboard.

                  You can still smoke in bars in Houston? Gheez I didn't think you could that anywhere anymore.
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                  • #10
                    How many thrones do you own and what are they used for?



                    Right now I have my Roc-n-Soc for playing in the house and non-smoky bars. Sitting right next to it is my old regular-shaped PDP junk throne that I don't care if it gets inundated with smoke.

                    One is more comfortable than the other. I'll let you decide.


                    The same 2 you have
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                    • #11
                      two..a comfy one and one not so comfy............
                      Jack of all trades....Master of none...

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                      • #12
                        You can still smoke in bars in Houston? Gheez I didn't think you could that anywhere anymore.


                        Gotta be outside the city limits to have smoking.
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                        • #13
                          I've got an old Slingerland (I think) that just stays with my practice kit. I have to stand up after about three songs or my ass goes numb.

                          The one I haul around and use for gigs is a Rogers tractor style seat on a Pulse bottom that I modified to fit. It's kinda ****************ty, but it's way more comfortable than the old Slingerland.
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                          • #14
                            Just one, that's all I need--I only have one butt.

                            I actually just got rid of one. It came with my 1st set, but I hadn't used it since getting the Pork Pie around 8 years ago or so. A classmate of mine just started drumming and has been using a shop stool--which was a step up from the bucket he had been using--so I handed the old one off to him.
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                            • #15
                              Two. A Gibralter bikeseat hydraulic w/ backrest for giggin'. A cheepo Taiwanese round seat for the home/practice kit.
                              What do we want? PATIENCE! When do we want it? NOW!!

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