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Tama Imperialstar 14"x5" snare found

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If that snare were in my possession, I would restore and not part out. Basically a pre-Kingbeat. Great save potential.

Regards

John/levelpebble

John/Levelpebble

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Posted on 8 years ago
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Thank you all for your time and comments.

Cheers

Posted on 8 years ago
#12
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That's a gem right there. Can't wait to see it all cleaned and put back together.

18 Kits & 40+ snares..
Not a Guru, just addicted to drums

- Jay
Posted on 8 years ago
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>pre-Kingbeat.snare mechanism.

The kingbeat snares rattled and were near impossible to tune.

A lot of snares tried to use that action ,but it was way too finicky.

The extended snare used in the mid 80's Imperialstars were way better, as was the one piece spun steel shell.

Posted on 8 years ago
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