Below you will find items that have sold that you just missed. Gone but not forgotten!


  • Ludwig Supraphonic Snare Drum

     

    For sale is a current keystone model Ludwig Supraphonic Snare Drum 6.5×14 LM402 in Superb Used Condition. Alloy shell. Remo head on top, Ludwig head on bottom. Very excellent shape and functions like new. No issues whatsoever.

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  • Ludwig Speed Master Bass Drum Pedal

     

    For sale is a vintage Ludwig Speed Master Bass Drum Pedal. Great working order with the normal flaking of the original red paint that is common on these.

    SOLD

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  • Ludwig 6.5×14 Black Beauty Snare

     

    For sale is a current keystone model (within the last two years or so) Ludwig 6.5×14 Black Beauty Snare with tube lugs. Very excellent shape and functions like new. The snare is in fact used, but it’s in superb condition. Features a Ludwig head on top, Remo head on bottom and new Puresound wires. If you want a great deal on a new Black Beauty without paying the MSRP, this one is for you!

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  • 1960s MIJ Stencil Kit

     

    For sale is a vintage 1960s MIJ (Made In Japan by Pearl) Stencil Kit (No Badges) in Red Glass Glitter wrap. 20/12/14 with 14 snare. Amazing condition – practically new old stock! Everything is original to the kit except for the floor tom which is a rewrap to match the kit. Includes original cymbals, hardware, speed pedal, wood block, cowbell, etc. If you collect or play MIJ kits, don’t miss this one! Never seen one so mint.

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  • 1960s Slingerland Radio King Student Model Snare

     

    For sale is a vintage 1960s Slingerland Radio King Student Model 7×14 Snare with chrome over brass hoops. Original finish in great shape. Drum is in-round and tunes very well. Original bearing edges. Vintage Ludwig heads on top and bottom. Throw seems to have been upgraded to a Ludwig P-83 along with buttplate and snare wire modifications.

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