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Re: DCI stick usage

Posted: Fri Jul 30, 2010 10:49 pm



MithRas_4 wrote:hey, for Bluecoats, I believe that they had switched to Innovative Tim Fairbanks (FS-TF) this year for snares.

Last year they did use Casella's, but at their apparel store at DCI San Antonio, they were selling sticks along with shirts, and they were selling the FS-TF stick.

Fairbanks is the program coordinator at Rhythm X, where I believe some of the Bluecoats line plays.
They sold Fairbanks last year at souvie shops also, but they used casellas as everyone knows. they're just selling fairbanks because he works there...it'd seem weird to sell a stick of someone that isn't at the corps haha


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Re: DCI stick usage

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MithRas_4 wrote:hey, for Bluecoats, I believe that they had switched to Innovative Tim Fairbanks (FS-TF) this year for snares.

Last year they did use Casella's, but at their apparel store at DCI San Antonio, they were selling sticks along with shirts, and they were selling the FS-TF stick.

Fairbanks is the program coordinator at Rhythm X, where I believe some of the Bluecoats line plays.
the corp coordinator told me they sell the fairbanks' cuz hes on staff

they still use cassellas
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Re: DCI stick usage

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doublebassheeltoe wrote:BK = Hardimons. Guaranteed.
BK Switched, now they are using the MS3s. I physically got on their truck and checked haha
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Re: DCI stick usage

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DrummerChops wrote:
doublebassheeltoe wrote:BK = Hardimons. Guaranteed.
BK Switched, now they are using the MS3s. I physically got on their truck and checked haha
ive never used them how do they feel
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Re: DCI stick usage

Posted: Sat Jul 31, 2010 10:40 am



Just because they sell a certain pair of sticks on their souvie truck does not mean that's what they play with.


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Re: DCI stick usage

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awakentosleep wrote:Just because they sell a certain pair of sticks on their souvie truck does not mean that's what they play with.
A friend of mine was with him and they got on the equipment truck
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Re: DCI stick usage

Posted: Sat Jul 31, 2010 12:16 pm



MithRas_4 wrote:hey, for Bluecoats, I believe that they had switched to Innovative Tim Fairbanks (FS-TF) this year for snares.

Last year they did use Casella's, but at their apparel store at DCI San Antonio, they were selling sticks along with shirts, and they were selling the FS-TF stick.

Fairbanks is the program coordinator at Rhythm X, where I believe some of the Bluecoats line plays.
They sold the same sticks last year at their booth as well. I was in the lot at Dublin and they were using casellas
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Re: DCI stick usage

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Timartin wrote:
MithRas_4 wrote:hey, for Bluecoats, I believe that they had switched to Innovative Tim Fairbanks (FS-TF) this year for snares.

Last year they did use Casella's, but at their apparel store at DCI San Antonio, they were selling sticks along with shirts, and they were selling the FS-TF stick.

Fairbanks is the program coordinator at Rhythm X, where I believe some of the Bluecoats line plays.
They sold the same sticks last year at their booth as well. I was in the lot at Dublin and they were using casellas
Yeah, I guarantee the use casellas. Two of their snares gave me their show sticks.


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Re: DCI stick usage

Posted: Sat Jul 31, 2010 9:57 pm



I'm gonna go get someone's drum from finals...to top getting sticks from them.

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Re: DCI stick usage

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swissflamdrag wrote:
DrummerChops wrote:
doublebassheeltoe wrote:BK = Hardimons. Guaranteed.
BK Switched, now they are using the MS3s. I physically got on their truck and checked haha
ive never used them how do they feel
I didn't get to really play on them but what I was told my a member of the line was "It's pretty much the VF equivalent of jeff's stick in sound and feel, we switched because he wanted the one that was more like what he had."
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Re: DCI stick usage

Posted: Sat Aug 07, 2010 11:56 am



Pioneer was using a system blue, I'm pretty sure they were DC-52s
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Re: DCI stick usage

Posted: Sat Aug 07, 2010 4:43 pm



lesterroyer wrote:Pioneer was using a system blue, I'm pretty sure they were DC-52s
correct me if im wrong but i believe the DC-52 is the C corps stick. if they are using system blue they are most likely using they DC50 or the DC51
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Re: DCI stick usage

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LaKings2012 wrote:
lesterroyer wrote:Pioneer was using a system blue, I'm pretty sure they were DC-52s
correct me if im wrong but i believe the DC-52 is the C corps stick. if they are using system blue they are most likely using they DC50 or the DC51
lol I knew it was a DC-50something, not too familiar with promark
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Re: DCI stick usage

Posted: Mon Aug 16, 2010 5:54 pm



Troopers use PR-2s.
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Re: DCI stick usage

Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 7:51 pm



awakentosleep wrote:Just because they sell a certain pair of sticks on their souvie truck does not mean that's what they play with.
That's true. At the Brass along the Central Coast show vanguards souvenir shop was selling hardimons and they use M dawgs i think.


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Re: DCI stick usage

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Speaking of, what do you guys think of the FS-PR's? I plan to get a pair :>


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Re: DCI stick usage

Posted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 6:49 pm



shyguy wrote:Speaking of, what do you guys think of the FS-PR's? I plan to get a pair :>
I own a pair and they are alright, but I definitely prefer the PR-2s over them
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Re: DCI stick usage

Posted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 6:55 pm



Can you guys add the WGI to the list? What sticks do MCM Rhythm X and Pulse use?


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Re: DCI stick usage

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Jeo wrote:Can you guys add the WGI to the list? What sticks do MCM Rhythm X and Pulse use?
gwaltneys, casellas, and hardimons respectively
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Re: DCI stick usage

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swissflamdrag wrote:
Jeo wrote:Can you guys add the WGI to the list? What sticks do MCM Rhythm X and Pulse use?
gwaltneys, casellas, and hardimons respectively
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Posted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 8:06 pm



Is anyone using VF's Mike Jackson ? :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: DCI stick usage

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What is Redline using?
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Re: DCI stick usage

Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2011 2:13 am



swissflamdrag wrote:
Jeo wrote:Can you guys add the WGI to the list? What sticks do MCM Rhythm X and Pulse use?
gwaltneys, casellas, and hardimons respectively
Rhythm x uses the fairbanks stick. I'm fairly certain of it.
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Re: DCI stick usage

Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2011 3:22 am



I'm not sure why everyone thinks SCV is still using VF. They made the switch to IP, it's even on the corps website. And when I saw them last week the tenors were definitely using the FT-1 for parts of their show and I think the snares are just using one of the Rennick models.
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FiveAndUhSixUh wrote:I'm not sure why everyone thinks SCV is still using VF. They made the switch to IP, it's even on the corps website. And when I saw them last week the tenors were definitely using the FT-1 for parts of their show and I think the snares are just using one of the Rennick models.
You sir, are right. Only thing is.. this topic is like a year old (nice gravedig btw :P ).. So thats why there's still SCV - VF on it.. ;)
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