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My Dirty Little Collection..

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By Request of Purdie Shuffle, enjoy John...

A while back I was cleaning out the garage and decided to dig out and snap some pics of my snares. In the process I realize they desperately need a good cleaning.. :oops:

Sonor HLD cast Bronze models 590, 596 & 593. 8, 6, & 4 depths, all 14 diameter...

[img]http://www.pearldrummersforum.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=394337&d=1290158688[/img]

Some of my cases Humes & Berg Enduros and an ata type case..

[img]http://www.pearldrummersforum.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=394333&d=1290158536[/img]

In the case: 6.5 Hammered Luddie Bronze, 6.5 Segemented Purpleheart w/24k gold hardware, 6" Sonor, 8 ply Keller 6.5", 7" segmented Cocobola

[img]http://www.pearldrummersforum.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=394334&d=1290158536[/img] [img]http://www.pearldrummersforum.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=394335&d=1290158536[/img]

Last pyramid: Top 10 ply Keller 3.5 x 13, Pearl Free Float w/ brass insert, 8" segmented tulipwood, 8" Luddie Coliseum, 6.5" Slingerland, & 10 ply 7x13 Keller

[img]http://www.pearldrummersforum.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=394336&d=1290158567[/img]

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Posted on 12 years ago
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One more... I've got a 5" Rosewood Segment and a 6" clear acrylic I need to take pics of too... not to mention soon a couple of carbon fiber snares also...

6.5 Ludwig CS Custom Elite (8 ply birch), 5" Ruby Strata w/ black chrome DC hoops, my first snare (acrolite), 5" Tama King Beat

[img]http://www.pearldrummersforum.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=394338&d=1290158688[/img]

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Posted on 12 years ago
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Nice!!!

Wow!!

Posted on 12 years ago
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Wow nice looking family you have there! And that big multi snare case is real cool. Quite a serious collection! ;)

Glenn.

Not a guru just havin fun with some old dusty drums.
Posted on 12 years ago
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Unbelievable, sir! What a beautiful collection! I feel like a kid in a candy store just looking! I'll be re-visiting your post many more times!!!

Brian

Just a drummer who loves all things about vintage drums! Nothing more, nothing less.
Posted on 12 years ago
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beautiful collection!

better hide that 6.5 hammered bronze from john-purdie shuffle though...he digs those!

mike

Posted on 12 years ago
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Latz,...Is it the reflection or is there only one mallet on that itty bitty ??

It`s a drum,.....Hit It !!

.....76/#XK9207 Phonic Sound Machine D454/D-505 snares !i
Posted on 12 years ago
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Just a reflection.. darn it. that would have made it very rare or one of a kind...

Thanks for the compliments guys...

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Posted on 12 years ago
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WOW, WHAT A COLLECTION!!!

I should post pics of my two MoJoe snares. Very similar construction and exotic woods, as are yours. Very nice!

I'm no guru, just a vintage drum junkie!

Psalm 150:5
1945 Slingerland RK sparkling gold pearl 26/13/14/16/early 50s 5.5x14 Krupa RK
1967 Slingerland green glass glitter 20/12/14/Hollywood Ace
60s Slingerland 24/13/16/7x14 project
24/13/16/7x14 project RKs
60s 5 & 6.5 Sound Kings
1942 7x14 WMP Krupa RK
1930s Slingerland Universal
1967 Ludwig Hollywood sparkling blue pearl 22/12/13/16
1967 Ludwig Supraphonic 400 & 402
1965 Ludwig Jazz Fest sparkling blue pearl
1923 Ludwig 5x14 NOB
Posted on 12 years ago
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latz - You could have knocked me over with a feather, I expected to see 1 cast bronze, I was blown away to see three all-together like that. Amazing/impressive snare collection. Mike is right, I want that 6.5" hammered bronze in the worst way. Leave me that one in your will!

Thanks for posting the shots of the collection. They are bringing viewing pleasure and providing a huge fix to many of the local drum addicts. Myself included... very cool.

John

Too many great drums to list here!

http://www.walbergandauge.com/VintageVenue.htm
Posted on 12 years ago
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