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post #31 of 159
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I'll have fun new shoes for the upcoming Two Timin' Four show.

Two Timin' Four or Two Timin' Three?

We've seen a traditional band called Two Timin' Three many times, they have a stripped down combo of a rhythm and electric guitar with upright bass. In old school style, they have no drummer
post #32 of 159
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Two Timin' Four or Two Timin' Three?

We've seen a traditional band called Two Timin' Three many times, they have a stripped down combo of a rhythm and electric guitar with upright bass. In old school style, they have no drummer
Same band, but they've recently gone to a full rock-style rhythm section.

http://twotiminthree.com/
post #33 of 159
Right on, I thought they sounded phenomenal as a 3 piece.....def need to check em out as a quartet. I like the real traditional drummer-less bands (check out Bop Kings) but I think having a drummer just translates better when playing live. Esp as a good one won't have a hard snare hit, but knows how to keep it subtle but giving the rhythm section that little bit more oomph
post #34 of 159
I've only heard them as a three-piece ... I have the "Payin' the Price" album and that's it. It should be a fun show, though, and it'll give me an excuse to try out the creepers, probably with a t-shirt and skinny black jeans.
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post #36 of 159
Speaking of rockabilly styled stuff
anyone got experience with Ace denim as found on www.vintagedenim.de ?
post #37 of 159
yea ACE jeans are ace, esp for the price. Back in 2001 they were selling them for $85 at rockabilly weekenders, the last time I saw them in 2006 they were still only $120

they changed their cut and detailing a bit a few years ago, personally I liked their original model better. The newer one is a bit roomier and the back pocket wave is a different color. I do like that their buckleback isnt right in the middle of where your belt would go, like in Lee repros.
post #38 of 159
thanks!

I do like the wide 37 styled cut though. What do you think about the quality? And would you condsider them mid or high rise?
post #39 of 159
I think the quality is very good, really underrated brand that's only been known to guys in the trad rockabilly scene. I dig the small details, like the ace of spade imprinted crotch rivet. They're def a high rise jean, very old school in its cut
post #40 of 159
C'mon, GS. I'll treat you to some of Smokey's Moonshine.
post #41 of 159
Thanks Get smart, great info. The reason I asked about the rise is that its only 4 buttons, which would suggest a lower rise.
post #42 of 159
Hi all, this is my first post and i joined this forum today just to comment in this thread.

I live in South Africa and believe it or not, own a company who makes Creepers. Just found it really interesting that a topic like this is being discussed when we have been predicting a mass comeback of the style for a while now.
post #43 of 159
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trad rockabilly scene

Did you just say that?
post #44 of 159
eh, TRADITIONAL rockabilly scene

wouldnt want to see RAB geezers running around in madras ties and lobster pants
post #45 of 159
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I live in South Africa and believe it or not, own a company who makes Creepers. Just found it really interesting that a topic like this is being discussed when we have been predicting a mass comeback of the style for a while now.
Welcome! Do y'all have a website?
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