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My friend is a drummer and is wondering if there are any (preferably Canadian) forums for drummers.

Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this question.
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There's got to be a better way to type something meant tongue-in-cheek. I followed it up with a shot at myself....I guess that didn't take.

There is a website dedicated to the cause, however:

http://www.drumjokes.com/
Sorry Paul...I was posting while at work and didn't have much time to read your post carefully.

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I laughed.
I was thinking of asking, "Drummers can read?"

But I kid--I've always found drummers easy to get along with.

If there is a drummer forum--I think I'd lurk there from time to time.
I read drummer magazines sometimes.
I've been to drum clinics.
We can learn from different instruments.

But it's still fun to kid them.
And I know some drummers I'll send that link to.
 

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Okay, the link worked today.

I was just perusing a thread of " Things you'll never hear a drummer say"

I had to laugh at many of them (It's a 9 page thread)--especially in light of drummers I know, especially this one from the first page-
" i have waaayy too many cymbals"
Of course you'll never hear me say I have too many guitars, picks, etc, etc.
 

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hey
thanks for the link to drumchat. have a POS kit in stock that I want to upgrade for future jams (not a drummer tho.)
just joined their site, seem like a fun bunch and they have answered a couple of dumb newbie questions for me.
cheers
RIFF
 
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