Mobile Recording Studio

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Davy A.'s Comment
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Wasn't sure if it would work out but it stores easily on the upper bunk along with my bass and a keyboard.

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IDMtnGal 's Comment
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Cool setup!

Laura

Mikey B.'s Comment
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Umm, yeah....please don't ever jam at a truckstop...lmao...but seriously, don't ever jam at a truckstop.

PackRat's Comment
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Kerry L.'s Comment
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Umm, yeah....please don't ever jam at a truckstop...lmao...but seriously, don't ever jam at a truckstop.

Often those types of setups can be wired to where just about all of the noise goes right into a set of headphones. That looks to be an electric drum set, so it wouldn't have the noise output of a traditional drum set. Basically, there is minimal noise unless it is hooked up to a speaker system or headphones. Mikey, your sleep remains protected.

Jam on, Davy. dancing-banana.gif dancing-dog.gif dancing.gif

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Pete B.'s Comment
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I would not have thought you could set all that up in your cab… Looks great, have fun with it! If you make some recordings, you should post the links here and share your music!

Mikey B.'s Comment
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Looking at the shape it looks like using the bunk as a seat, the space available in front looks ideal for fitting that setup. Are you pretty good?

PackRat's Comment
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Wish I had a picture but years ago I parked next to a truck that had a full drum set on the passenger side. He had that seat removed. Two Zildijians and a hi-hat.

Davy A.'s Comment
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Looking at the shape it looks like using the bunk as a seat, the space available in front looks ideal for fitting that setup. Are you pretty good?

Its a small electronic kit. Exactly what I did, use the bed for my seat. All over headphones, but I also have it wired into the truck sound system, which sounds great. I save that for where I can crank it up

Wish I had a picture but years ago I parked next to a truck that had a full drum set on the passenger side. He had that seat removed. Two Zildijians and a hi-hat.

Lol. Awesome My favorite cymbals. My live kit is a custom pearl recording series with vintage zildijans.

Davy A.'s Comment
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I'm a better bassist than drummer, but I can definitely play them. Me on bass, my brother on drums, and our singer/guitarist. https://youtu.be/ziw7PbIFWNo

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