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Old 06-03-2021, 02:08 PM
Pedal_Pusher Pedal_Pusher is offline
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Default Re: Vintage Hi-Hat Stands: Gretsch vs Slingerland vs Ludwig

That is a Walberg and Auge model and was made for several of the drum companies. It is a taller version of their original low boy. The majority of the W&A gear was built like Sherman tank and will last forever. Good stuff, especially for what I call a "working drummer".
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Old 06-03-2021, 08:00 PM
O-Lugs O-Lugs is offline
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Default Re: Vintage Hi-Hat Stands: Gretsch vs Slingerland vs Ludwig

Yep. I have an old "WAMCO" hi-hat stand, too. It folds up and transports better than any modern stands...but the action is a bit sketchy. Mine has an aluminum sleeve screw that joins the top and bottom sections.
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