Rob, I've done business with Sam ever since he started a long long time ago, way before you ever discovered him. I know he's a nice guy and he's always been nice to me and vice versa. I just disagree with his method of applying the wrap since everyone knows that taping can lead to bubbling problems. The reason he recommends the wrap method is because it is the easiest way for the new customer. I also know that he is aware that wrap is usually taped only on the manufacturers' cheap drums and glued on the more expensive ones. Care to explain why that is Mr. master drum builder?. I and the other 900 people who you think are obsessed with you are just humoring you, Rob. Calm down and go practice your sight reading so you can play some of the pro gigs. By the way, DON'T EMAIL ME ANYMORE !!!! -- George Lawrence George's Drum Shop 1351 S. Cleveland-Massillon Road #21 Copley, Ohio 44321 http://www.GeorgesDrumShop.com http://www.Drumguru.com 330 670 0800 toll free 866 970 0800 "If thine enemy wrong thee, buy each of his children a drum." -Chinese proverb "BlueM0ZARK" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com... > Lil' Robbie, the rmmp hate monger spewed forth from his diseased piehole: > > < What is so sad now is that George has let his obsession with me turn him into > a Sam Barnard basher.Sam is one of the nicest and most honest guys anywhere. > For George to keep making up lies about Sam's business is pathetic.> > > For the record, Filthboy - I've never seen George personally badmouth Sam > Barnard, only the drum wrap tape method. Common sense will tell *anyone* that > only a dumbass would use tape to hold drum wrap.