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 Post subject: jemm baton head
PostPosted: Sun Nov 16, 2003 1:46 pm 
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did you guys see RBV DM's jemm / peacock baton? a jemm head with a peacock shaft and ferrule. i was like... SWEET.. how can i possibly get a jemm head to make one of these batons for myself?

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 16, 2003 1:50 pm 
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Goto Tom Peacock's "Marching World" store in Anaheim, or goto their online store at www.marchingworld.com. They could order the "jemm baton" for you.

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Howdy :) The baton is really nice. I would recommend you to get one. it's really light and smooth. Sharp looking too... It might be a little difficult to get the Jemm part because of the new ownership of the company. Good luck and thanx for the compliment :)

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