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Old 08-07-2020, 09:18 AM
kdg kdg is offline
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Default Re: Return of the Vintage Companies

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Originally Posted by Dan Boucher View Post
Speaking of Camcos and draining bank accounts, this one is pretty nice. You investor types with a pile to spare might give this one some consideration on Reverb. I've had one Camco set. It had been refinished and I got the snare separately. Same snare as this kit has. I think it may be the nicest snare drum I've had. The throw-off has to be one of the best designs ever.
I've been admiring that set for some time now. Absolutely gorgeous. Unfortunately, I am busy restoring my own Camco and I wish to remain married!
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Old 08-07-2020, 01:31 PM
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Default Re: Return of the Vintage Companies

Bring back Fibes just like they are doing with Rogers.
Bring back one of the great snare drums as a first step.
I mean if specialty snares like Craviotto have their niche ,then why not Fibes?
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