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Camco Oaklawn 60s Studio model

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Picked this one up a while back from Forum member PurdieShuffle.

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Kevin
Posted on 12 years ago
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A couple more pics.....

Kevin
Posted on 12 years ago
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CryBaby I miss that one!

Couldn't have found a better home for it... sweet drum.

John

Too many great drums to list here!

http://www.walbergandauge.com/VintageVenue.htm
Posted on 12 years ago
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Very cool-I have the same drum with a non original throw and rims that came with,of all things,a 1989 Tama Rockstar set.Since it's been altered,I can play it-and I do!

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Posted on 12 years ago
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teverson-sr;170877

Very cool-I have the same drum with a non original throw and rims that came with,of all things,a 1989 Tama Rockstar set.Since it's been altered,I can play it-and I do!

Tev - Restore it and continue to play/enjoy it. Those strainers and hoops come up on fleabay often enough that it won't be a long wait. Sweet old drum. Well-worth sinking a few more bucks into it to bring it back to original condition. It'll also increase the re-sale value of the drum. I love my Oaklawn snare. Solid, authoritative, but very warm and fat, woody tone. Excellent instruments. Strictly pro quality.

Nice one...

John

Too many great drums to list here!

http://www.walbergandauge.com/VintageVenue.htm
Posted on 12 years ago
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That's a real dandy! I like the strainer. It looks like it would be real easy to change out the wires.

"If we can't be free we can at least be cheap" -FZ
Posted on 12 years ago
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