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Re: Hard Rock Hippie Drums

Postby CarolW » Fri Dec 14, 2012 3:23 am

Perhaps it's time to make way for the Hard Rock Hippies to speak - I mean, write.

I make way now. And maybe Manny (Junglist) would like to say something, though I think he's doubled over laughing right now. Anyway, keep up the good work, Manny.

And I WOULD be interested in comments from the wrestler on what it is in the pan he played in the video that began this thread that made it sound good to him - Wrestler?

And if you were serious about that demonstration - and still are serious - could you re-do it without added sound effects, and play more gently, so we can actually hear the notes better? And what did you mean by "harmonies and octaves"?

Those might be the last questions I feel I need to ask.

#1499? Thu, 13 Dec 2012 18:23:27 (PST) Edit; yes; that was my post #1499. Next post, I step up to the top - forever to leave the peasants behind. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Hard Rock Hippie Drums

Postby Hobo Perdido » Tue Dec 18, 2012 5:45 am

I just think that if we pay this kind of money for prototypes we can kiss our handpan world as we know it good bye......

its really getting too crazy.....
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Re: Hard Rock Hippie Drums

Postby utulisateurs » Tue Dec 18, 2012 10:57 am

I agree.
And this is why people like Spike, Mudman, Pheonix, in2nation, miachael and of course Colin may seems harsh on people like Hard hippie drums, but in reality they are defending us (the community) and making us a big favor. I want to add that every time they do so, they do it the right way, meaning that they just don't reply with empty statements and rude words, unlike some milkers from the past/present. So I say a big thanks to all those guys who have the best interest of our small community.
Thanks guys

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Re: Hard Rock Hippie Drums

Postby Spike » Tue Dec 18, 2012 7:41 pm

:+1:

We do what we can.... All we want is the best for all of us.

We all started out knowing nothing about these things and had to learn, some of us the hard way (through scams). So now we try and protect our group from that type of stuff...
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Hard Rock Hippie Drums

Postby michael » Wed Jan 30, 2013 10:50 pm

Hello again!

Two and a half month later:
104 posts later:
Nothing changed! 8-)

http://www.hippiedrums.com/Hand_Pans.html

but "zen handpans" are becoming better and better! <3
http://www.handpan.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=7424
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Re: Hard Rock Hippie Drums

Postby utulisateurs » Thu Jan 31, 2013 10:42 am

sounds very good indeed.
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Re: Hard Rock Hippie Drums

Postby michael » Mon May 27, 2013 11:21 am

ATTENTION!

I found this about Hard Rock Hippie Drums:

http://milltonedrums.wordpress.com/tag/hippiedrums/
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Re: Hard Rock Hippie Drums

Postby broussel2 » Mon May 27, 2013 12:14 pm

Just (positively) reported Michael's last post with the following message...

Given the info Michael just gave about Hippie Drums, the thread should be moved to Buyer Beware and some admin warning to makers and customers (mostly about business practices) should be added to the first post.
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Re: Hard Rock Hippie Drums

Postby simsomsam » Mon May 27, 2013 12:15 pm

broussel2 wrote:Just (positively) reported Michael's last post with the following message...

Given the info Michael just gave about Hippie Drums, the thread should be moved to Buyer Beware and some admin warning to makers and customers (mostly about business practices) should be added to the first post.


Agreed. It seems the saga continues...
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Re: Hard Rock Hippie Drums

Postby CarolW » Mon May 27, 2013 12:16 pm

michael wrote:ATTENTION!

I found this about Hard Rock Hippie Drums:

http://milltonedrums.wordpress.com/tag/hippiedrums/


Wow; I'm sorry to read that. Wishing the best for milltonedrums; they surely have been having a hard time with Hard Rock Hippie Drums.

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