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 Post subject: Who is the best 2004 Cymbal Line ?
PostPosted: Sun Apr 18, 2004 7:18 pm 
Who do you think is the best 2004 Cymbal Line ?


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Armijo High School from Fairfield! We had the pimpist costumes ever!! Our drill and music was ok but our costumes were awesome!!!!


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??? im guessing that is you guys..

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Our cymbal line is awesome. Good people.

I've seen a lot of really good cymbals this year. I saw one at WGI yesterday which was absolutely fantastic, yet I can't remember which group it was. But hey, they're all good and they all work hard.

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black knights have a pretty awesome cymbal line.

and of course RCC. <333

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loara and mission viejo has a good cymbal line

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WhSDrUmBuM wrote:
loara and mission viejo has a good cymbal line


i'll second that.

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MCM's Cymbal line is about as good as their bass line....which is pretty freaking good...

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i wish i could have seen them this year but i came home saturday morning.

and DanielE you're in chino hill's drumline? we stayed at the same hotel as you guys in SD.

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we had a good cymbal line two years ago... the first and only time that happened for us... lol... but i honestly dont think many people pay that much attention to the cymbal lines.

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i wish i could have seen them this year but i came home saturday morning.

and DanielE you're in chino hill's drumline? we stayed at the same hotel as you guys in SD.


Really?Which school are you from? I only remember being with Colorado schools and Canyon Hills...

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DanielE wrote:
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i wish i could have seen them this year but i came home saturday morning.

and DanielE you're in chino hill's drumline? we stayed at the same hotel as you guys in SD.


Really?Which school are you from? I only remember being with Colorado schools and Canyon Hills...


i'm with pacific crest winterguard. i remember seeing kids walking around the hotel with chino hills drumline jackets on. and cars in the parking lot with stickers from your school on them. heh.

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i thought Black Knights had a pretty good cymbal line

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Mission, Hawthorne, & Chactawachee. The only independent group that i saw that a had an okay cym line was RCC, the rest was like whatever.


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