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Re: Original 1989 Zildjian/Noble&Cooley snare drum the ultrarare 4.75X14
Originally Posted by preaged
"In 1989 Noble & Cooley teamed up with Zildjian to create snare drums made out of cymbal alloy. These drums were made in very limited quantities and are some of the most collectible drums on the market today.
The original Zildjian Alloy snare was the 4.75X14 model (not the 6.5X14) and was one of the first snares to break the mythical £1000 mark.
I am pretty sure that a good many of them are still in unopened boxes in the back of wardrobes and bank vaults.
Yes, this was the start of the Snare Drum Collector.
This was the drum that started it all."
Museum condition, second owner, made only 82 pieces.
I asked Steve Gadd and Omar Hakim they has one. Colaiuta, Carl Palmer and Dennis Chambers has another one.
Rarest of the rare.
Now, may we see it, and your asking price, please?
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