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Draplin Design Co., North America
June 04, 2006
Posted at 02:15 PM


Man, I would love to make our very own sandpaper. Goddamn.

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New stuff is up in the “Merch” section. Things you need.

DDC-003: “Adventures in measuring!”
DDC-004: “Real big days.”
DDC-005: “Tell the world you have faith in the DDC.”
DDC-006: “Really sweaty in the summer.”

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Matt Kass sent this one in from his big night out in Winterthur, Switzerland. Here’s a shot of some Dinosaur’s banging it out. The tale is, Matt hung with the road crew a bunch and met J, Lou and Murph.

01. J was very uncomfortable, and Matt was told by Murph, “He’ll only talk about guitars, pedals and amps. Everything else; he’ll just ignore you.” Wow.
02. Lou was very nice. They talked about Los Angeles and Hippie Dave in Portland.
03. And Murph, well, he’s a drinker, so, they closed down a bar together talking about everything Dinosaur Jr.

Awesome stuff. Thanks for the report, Kasshole. Come home.

There Are 6 Comments

i use a lot of 80, 100, 120, & 150.

Posted by: derek d on 06/04/06 at 4:09 PM

Nice Matt, I haven’t seen sepia in a while. I never know when it’s appropriate.

Posted by: robbie on 06/04/06 at 5:38 PM

some chnage purses got my name on it. had my last one for over 10 yrs, it’s shot

Posted by: jim golden on 06/04/06 at 7:00 PM

The other day I went over to help a buddy fix the doors in his new house. I brought my tools and left my box of sanding stuff home since he said he had sandpaper. I came over to find him trying to take a 1/4” off the top of a door with a quarter sheet of 220 since that was all the sandpaper he had. Come to think of it, I think that was about the only tool he had too.
Bring on the DDC sandpaper and make the full line of grits.
The other DDC item should be the speed square. The last one I got even came with a field notes sized booklet on roof angles and lengths.

Posted by: Andrius Simutis on 06/04/06 at 9:15 PM

Email me your shipping address. Got something you may need.

Posted by: EVAN ROSE on 06/05/06 at 9:18 AM

Dude, do you know about sandpaper? 1500 grit would be like notebook paper, it wouldn’t have any tooth at all. What you show in that image looks more like 150 or so.

Posted by: PJ Chmiel on 06/25/06 at 7:24 PM
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