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Old 07-31-2020, 12:32 PM
johnnyringo johnnyringo is offline
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Default Re: Ludwig WMP

I decided to pass unless he just took $1,000 without Ludwig Classic Maple snare. If it had the 14x14 floor, I would had given him cash and snare.
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Old 08-02-2020, 11:22 AM
rastus rastus is offline
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Default Re: Ludwig WMP

Originally Posted by Hulakatt View Post
Huh, didn't know that. I stumbled into the bulk of my 1965 Club Date kit for free but it's a Pioneer snare with the 12 and 14 toms. I'm picking up a BD to go with them tomorrow.

This is another part of the vintage drum dump I got where the previous owner slathered all the drums in black house paint and lost half of the hardware. It was kind of a collection of Gretsch and Ludwig cobbled together but I'm restoring them back into 2 separate kits. I just have the snare and high tom to finish on the Gretsch before I move on to the Club Date.
I got my Club Dates almost free. A friend of mine wanted to donate them to his church group where they would get destroyed. The bass drum and floor tom legs had disappeared over time and he asked if I had some that would fit. Since those are very unique and hard to find I offered to trade him my CB700 set that had good floor tom legs, lots more drums are were better suited to the destruction that awaited whatever set went in the church basement.
There are pictures in my profile. I just went and looked. They were pretty.
One legged '71 Ludwig Rock Duo set in Blue Oyster Pearl
Mapex Saturn kit with semi-matching bass drums
1969 and 1977 Ludwig 400 Supraphonic snares
1965 Acrolite snare
Ludwig Coliseum snare
Pearl free floating piccolo snare
13" Mapex piccolo snare
1959 Slingerland Super Gene Krupa snare in WMP
mid 20's Ludwig Universal Snare NOB
mid 20's Ludwig wood separate tension snare
UFIP cymbals

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