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1981 - MultiStak


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Copyright (c) 2008, John Cermenaro
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This will give you some idea of what you can do with Memriloc hardware. You can build a castle.

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Okay, so now I'm gonna be bidding on any Memriloc gizmos I see. This is awesome stuff.
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I think I asked this before but I can't remember the answer. Will the type of Memriloc fittings fit in the BMMC Rogers toms?

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They are not a fit. You'd have to put a memriloc receiver on that tom.

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You know, this adds a form of functional beauty to the whole Memriloc arrangement. I like what I see.
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A Memriloc tom holder uses a 1 inch tube. Thus, it will fit in any 1 inch receiver. You obviously lose the "memory-lock" feature because the Memriloc clamp is shaped to only fit a Memriloc receiver.

Most of the tom holders coming from the far east use tubing that is smaller than 1 inch.

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It is a sad tale about how I came to own this drum - I got it from Ebay. I think it is going to become some kind of drum furniture.

I just had a though - it could make a nice little table to hold my water bottle or fan next to the real drums . . .
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