No, I mean, your original post contained the salts you were using thus making your hash useless (if a search engine picked it up). So I strongly recommend changing it.
Although, I also recommend using a more dynamic salt, something like so would be simple, if you opt to use any of the other fields I listed, that will make the login a bit more complex :):
$salt1 = "this is a static salt of my own";
$salt2 = strtolower($username);
This way each user's hash will be different because of the second salt. If you have other static pieces of information stored in your reg table, you may want to consider using those too (date of birth, email address, date registered). Just keep in mind, if the user wishes to change any of those fields used in your salt, then you will need to force them to re-enter their password (so you can generate the new salt) or to reset their password.