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Bass drum Hoops Source

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I used to get my hoops from a Keller retailer few miles away from me in California. They would cut the size i wanted on the go and the price was very reasonable. ( $25 each for a 24" )

Unfortunately that place stopped reselling Keller shells. I recently bought a 24" 1969 Luddy BD and i realized the hoops were warped. I could conceivably try to repair them but ( By warped I mean they are not sitting flat on a table surface) it is hard to find the right size hoops with right thickness and width. ( most are 1.5 " wide) and they asking around $90 each.

anyone has a good source for maple hoops ?

Posted on 1 year ago
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https://www.stellardrum.com

Jody specializes in wood hoops...

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Posted on 1 year ago
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Drum Factory Direct is another option.

https://www.drumfactorydirect.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=6_7_67&sort=20a&page=2

How warped are your existing hoops and are you sure your flat surface you are checking them on is actually flat?

Posted on 1 year ago
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Hi man. What size are you looking for?

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Posted on 1 year ago
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Nordic drum shells is another option. I recently bought a shell from them and it is extremely nice.

https://nordicshells.com/products/true-series-hoops-maple-hoops-10-ply?variant=40148945010826

Posted on 1 year ago
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The hoops need to be 24" and at least 1 3/4 tall unfinished and uncut ok.. 10 ply or 12 ply but 12 would be better.

There is a 1/4 gap when placing the hoop on a flat surface on two side ( I use a 5/8 glass table top, just as good as granite) but that is not the only issue. I will need to take a picture and show it. I t is what you would normally get for an overtigthening with the T rods deforming the wood.

Posted on 1 year ago
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Precision Drum Company is another source for you.

Your drummers not much good is he!? What you need is someone that's as good as me. ! John Henry Bonham !!
Posted on 1 year ago
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