Progress on the Cymbal Cart I got the cymbal cart all welded together. I just need to clean it up by grinding down the welds, protect the steel so it doesn’t rust, and attach some non-slip material to the bars so the cymbals don’t slide all over the place. I
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New Welder I traded in my Harbor Freight 110 volt welder for an old Forney 220 volt one. It’s old, heavy, and almost too powerful. I’m still getting the hang of it but so far I am really enjoying it and I’m looking forward to how this can help out
The recording for the upcoming album by Bright & Shiny is progressing well. I have been playing around with the video for a few songs and although it isn’t finished, I decided to share an early version of one of the videos. I’m playing around with the title sequence and
Sabian Meet The Masters 2017 My daughter Maisie and I went to the 2017 Sabian Meet The Masters event at Rhythm Traders in Portland, OR. They had prototypes on display and for sale along with someone hammering cymbals as well as another Sabian employee operating the cymbal lathe. The main
Current Projects I’ve got several projects in the works and many more planned for the near future. Below is a list and description of what I am currently working on. Bright & Shiny I’m about halfway through recording the drum tracks for the upcoming album by Bright & Shiny.
This is an update to my original post titled Making a guitar pick from a cracked cymbal. I learned a few things since making that first pick. Here’s what I did differently. First, I decided to trace an outline of the pick using an awl. This works better since the red