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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 03 2017 at 10:17
Darn... I was hoping this was the title of a new Adrian Belew album.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 06 2017 at 06:03
I suppose if there was an article on, say, sax sales, it'd show much the same figures. Modern musicians - sorry "musicians" are just not expending any time on instruments which are difficult to learn and concentrating on ones which give instant results. Mind you, they also don't seem to be spending time on other minor details, like learning scales, chord progressions or composition so it's hardly surprising. 

Got a new patchbay a couple of days ago. It came with a catalogue - huge one - of musical instruments offered by a German music store. It fell open at HOPI drums. ;-))))))

Anyway, I wasn't interested in them but wow, few pages on, stage confetti cannon. That's a must. Bargain at 785. ;-)
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