Music Gear for Sale
I'm selling off a bunch of music gear what I no longer need. Everything is negotiable, especially if you want to buy multiple things.
Photos and details are all on their respective Craiglist posts. This page serves as my centralized list of things. I might add more items at any time.
I fixed the problem that was preventing craigslist from getting through to me, so using the criagslist email relay should be reliable now.
Because these posts expire and get reposted the urls are largely no longer correct. You should be able to quite easily search criagslist for the corresponding posts, though.
Peavey BW 118 SUB HC ($200)
Laney BC75 bass amp ($100)
Gibraltar Electronic Drum Mount Station ($60 each, $100/pair)
JBL Radiance Speaker ($50)
Yamaha Snare Drum Stand ($40)
Pacific Kick Drum Pedal ($30)
Pearl Kick Drum Pedal - $30
OYC snare stand - $30
drum legs - $20
cymbal stands - $20
misc drum holder - $10
I had gotten used to using TheRenamer to manage my TV show video files when suddenly, in early May 2018, it stopped working. The software was apparently abandoned, and I didn't like any of the other programs that purported to do TV show file management, so there was only one thing to do. Write my own.
End of Adrian
I recently moved all hosted services out of my basement and into the cloud. Adrian has been disconnected and will shortly be powered down for the last time. There should be little interruption in service.
Dan gave me a PowerEdge 2970 to replace the ailing PowerEdge 1850 that this blog, and all my other sites and services, have been running on. The only stipulation is that I name it "Adrian", in memory of his dog.
So it is written, so it is done.
There being no proper electrical service to the old garage, we had to dig a trench for the new fat copper.
And then the concrete crew returned and poured the rest of the concrete: the apron and the sidewalk.
Garage Roofing & Siding
The roofers and siders have begun their work.
Kayaking Saint Croix
I went camping with my brother and his girlfriend, and we took our boats down the super-high Saint Croix.
Over the span of three days the framing, trusses and sheeting all went up.
Garage Foundation Poured
You can't just build a new garage on top of dirt and sand. You've got to get some guys with a cement truck to pour a thick layer of cement and aggregate on the ground first.
In order to make room for the new garage palace I had to have the old structures and foundation delicately removed. This man and his Bobcat knocked everything down and hauled it away in half a day.
Kayaking Chippewa River
My brother, and a few of his friends built fancy cedar strip canoes this summer. This was their inaugural journey.