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Can you help me identify this drum?

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Picked this up yesterday and put new heads/snares on it.I'm thinking it's aluminum...very thin shell...hardly any snare beds.....six lugs.The throw and muffle work great except when you really lay into the drum the throw will come loose but I've taken care of that.The drum sounds amazing.Any info would be helpful...thx!

Posted on 10 years ago
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Made by Pearl. Nothing spectacular, as it is 6 lugger, but may still make for a decent drum. The trow-off is easy to come by, just go to the "Parts Needed" page and you should find one very easily.

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Posted on 10 years ago
#2
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It might be a Gorn!

Posted on 10 years ago
#3
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I was thinking it's Pearl.I think it sounds fantastic...nice pop when you lay into rim and head together.

It's my new signature snareCool1

Thanks for answering

Posted on 10 years ago
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