Favorite Div 1 Line

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Favorite Line

Blue Devils
17
41%
Cavaliers
4
10%
Cadets
9
22%
Phantom
4
10%
Vanguard
6
15%
Crusaders
0
No votes
Bluecoats
0
No votes
Scouts
0
No votes
Crossmen
0
No votes
Crown
0
No votes
Magic
0
No votes
Spirit
1
2%
 
Total votes: 41

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Post by lordjedediah » Sat Jan 17, 2004 9:10 pm

i agree with everything Hart_quads11 cuz he is very rad
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Post by Vermin87 » Mon Jan 19, 2004 3:02 pm

BD has by far the most notes...maybe not this year, but overall, BD's book is harder than most corps. In my opinion, being a drummer is more about challenging yourself than playing clean and winning. of course, I wouldn't wanna hear a line thats way dirty because their book is way over their heads. My vote goes to BD...they seem to have the best of both worlds. those 3 bros on bass too....wow.
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Post by Survivor » Mon Jan 19, 2004 5:33 pm

I'm trying to get intoo the whole mix of everything and I dont know I've learned to love SCV. Dont know why. I like there type of druming and the way the persent them selfs. Their unis. are cool too.

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Post by PercussionAndAllThatJazz » Mon Jan 19, 2004 7:25 pm

In my opinion, being a drummer is more about challenging yourself than playing clean and winning. of course, I wouldn't wanna hear a line thats way dirty because their book is way over their heads.
Iono, if I were a judge, I would consider difficulty, of course, but the first thing I'm going to hear is cleanliness. If it's dirty, I'm not going to appreciate the difficulty of their repertoire as much as I could if it were clean, since cleanliness not only displays a lines unity as a team, but their fluency/familiarity with the music.

The thing that I see in the Drum Corps/ Drumline world is that the players are good...reeeeeeeeally good. And for the most part they all have amazing skill. On that plane, most players are equal. But what makes one line better than the other is not the individual but the line as a whole...the unified sound.

But I do agree that winning isn't what it's all about. It's all about the challenge, baby! :twisted:

P.S. Phantom...oh man. Hott stuff. The show seriously gave me chills.
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Post by Hostrauser » Tue Jan 20, 2004 12:48 am

PercussionAndAllThatJazz wrote:P.S. Phantom...oh man. Hott stuff.
Why, thank you! :D

Oh... wait, I think I misunderstood. :oops:

:wink: 8-)

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Post by DanielE » Wed Jan 21, 2004 4:15 pm

HAHAHA...that was a good one....
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Post by tetzlaffdrummer » Sat Feb 14, 2004 11:56 am

I have to say the cavies(sorry Matt :lol: ). I just like what they do. Its just way cool. :drums:
2001 - 4th bass (Troy)
2002 - 3rd bass(winter)
2002 - 4th bass
2003 - pit (winter)
2003 - 4th bass (El Dorado)
2004 - Bass Captain!!!!!

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Post by kovac9478 » Tue Feb 17, 2004 10:50 pm

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