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Old 05-02-2009, 12:36 PM
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OK got it.

It's a good name. I don't know him personally. But he does sound familiar.
I've gotta meet him!

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Re: The history of Noble and Cooley drums


I'm guessing it's the man in the mirror. If he taps you on the shoulder.....RUN.....Haha

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maybe thats Guss's myspace! same pictures, If I see him, Im running to my kit so he doesn't steal it, mines better then his.

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They look like well built drums, and with a history like that, I would expect nothing less. Post some pics when you get it Gus!
heres a picture of the seller playing it and my snare(bought the snare a wile ago).

Artist Photo Gallery - Photo 11 of 14 by *The Royal Drum Co.* ™ - MySpace Photos

Ill have to make a new thread for my kit pictures!

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That takes me to some myspace page, and I don't see a link to a drum company there. What am I doing wrong Gus?
MySpace.com - *The Royal Drum Co.* ™ - 23 - Male - Western, MASSACHUSETTS - myspace.com/theroyaldrumco

My friend that owns black snare also owns a N&C (picture I described).

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Re: The history of Noble and Cooley drums


i played a full kit at a concert recently

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Hi All,
A famous drummer that was always playing their kits (and I think still is) is Chris Whitten, the drummer of Dire Straits.

Cheers and Happy Drumming,

Harry

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A famous drummer that was always playing their kits (and I think still is) is Chris Whitten, the drummer of Dire Straits.

Cheers and Happy Drumming,

Harry
wow, calling elvis, money for nothing, sultans of swing are the best!

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Hi Gus,

You are spot-on.They are (were) "the bees knees"
In Sultans of Swing there are the lyrics, "But Harry does not mind, etc" .
There was a lot of reference to that frase (by my music pals), all of course because Mark Knopfler is only a few years older than I am, and I was smack bang in the middle of it, they were one of my Favorite groups!

Cheers and Happy Drumming,

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