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Old 12-19-2019, 05:03 PM
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Howdy all,

I am offering the following items for sale.

A set of three Rogers (Swivomatic) floor Tom legs, mounts and all attachment hardware. The legs are the 17.5” hex style no rubber feet.

$150.00 - plus $20.00 shipping in lower 48 SOLD

Zildjian 18” med/heavy ride cymbal (early 70s hollow logo)!
No issues- no cracks, dings or cosmetic problems. Great stick and the wash is perfect. It cuts off just when you want it to. Excellent playing pie. I kinda hate giving it up I really like this one. 1735 gms.

$145.00 - plus shipping to your location SOLD

1960 Ludwig (no serial number keystone badge) black lacquer 6.5”x14” 3-ply shell. It sounds absolutely killer. Deep dish goodness. Hard to find woody. You’ll be happy with the purchase and the price.

$250.00 plus shipping to your location. SOLD

18” DW floor Tom original and complete. Excellent condition overall. This drum would make a killer bass drum for a mongrel bop kit or it can be wrapped to match your existing kit - a great addition to your 16” floor Tom. DW quality throughout.

Steal it for $350.00 (see what these DW 18s are selling for) plus shipping to your location.

PM me.

John

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Old 12-19-2019, 09:58 PM
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Old 12-19-2019, 10:00 PM
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Hey John,
Any date stamp on that Ludwig snare?
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Old 12-21-2019, 04:23 PM
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Hey John,
Any date stamp on that Ludwig snare?
Hey buddy good to hear from you.

There is no date stamp on the painted white interior. You don’t need a date stamp in any event because the keystone badge has no serial number. The 1959 transition badge was followed in 1960 by a return to the traditional keystone badge with no serial number. They started producing keystone badges with serial numbers in 61’/62’. This one is a 1960 fer sure. I can also tell you with confidence that the 3-ply lay-up is maple/poplar/maple because it is lacquered on the outside and painted on the inside. Mahogany outer ply shells were wrapped because the open grain of the mahogany held the glue and wrap better than the tight grained maple. Maple was used for painted shells because they got to start with a smooth surface. Not a hard and fast rule but it is safe to assume that that is how they did it in most cases. This drum is 1960 manufacture and (likely) a 3-ply maple lay-up.

Let me know if you’re interested, I’ll hold it for you. I want my stuff to go to good homes. No better home for anybody’s gear than yours.

John

PS- I have a J&M 6.5”x14” in orange glass that I will sell to you for $350 plus $25 for shipping.
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