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Old 07-05-2016, 08:12 PM
Aussievintagedrumuser Aussievintagedrumuser is offline
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Default Ludwig "Jazz Festival" snare drums/Simon Kirke's FREE cymbal set up.

G'day fellow VDF mates!.What's the shell composite (type of wood used) &thickness of plies used in Ludwig "Jazz Festival" snare drums in the "Ringo" era&70s?.Also does anyone know what Simon Kirke's FREE cymbal set up is/was?.I've got both 'Classic Drummer" magazine&'83 MD both of which he was featured in, but BOTH magazines DON'T go into detail re: his FREE cymbal set up(nor his drum set up with FREE either!),
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Ado.

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Old 07-06-2016, 07:15 AM
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Default Re: Ludwig "Jazz Festival" snare drums/Simon Kirke's FREE cymbal set up.

3 ply mahagony popular mahagony 5.5 inch tall x14 wide till 64 ish, cut down to 5 inch x14 from that time forward after 68 a maple popular maple veneer , 3 ply with hard rock maple reinforcement rings till mid to late seventy's ! Good day mate ..
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