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


  • Early 1960s Pre-Serial Ludwig 20″ Club Date Bass Drum in Sky Blue Pearl

     

    For sale is a Vintage Early 1960s Pre-Serial Ludwig 20″ Club Date Bass Drum in Sky Blue Pearl in very nice players shape. Shell is in-round with decent original bearing edges and clear maple interior. No datestamp present. No tom mount holes – only factory drilled for a telescopic cymbal arm. Nickel hardware has some oxidation, pitting and wear. Features four telescoping spurs, not sure if second rear set is factory due to slight hole placement difference. Wrap has minimal fade and is tight and glossy. Seams are nice and tight. One hoop has a large patch of modern Sky Blue Pearl inlay. Pre-serial keystone badge. Overall a great players bass drum!

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  • 1964 Ludwig 5×14 Supraphonic Snare Drum

     

    For sale is a Vintage 1964 Ludwig 5×14 Supraphonic Snare Drum in great players shape. Shell is in-round and is spun ludalloy. Hoops are chrome over brass. Red felt baseball bat muffler present. Drum has minor oxidation, pitting and wear. Small nick in resonant side bearing edge flange that does not effect tuning or sound. No date stamp present. Keystone badge with serial 101551. Aftermarket snare wires. Overall a nice snare that’s a must-have in anyone’s arsenal!

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  • 1965 Ludwig 20″ Club Date Bass Drum in Champagne Sparkle

     

    For sale is a Vintage 1965 Ludwig 20″ Club Date Bass Drum in Champagne Sparkle in great players shape. Shell is in-round with decent original bearing edges and interior. Black datestamp present, but not readable. Chrome hardware has minor oxidation, pitting and wear. Wrap has minimal fade and is tight and glossy. Seams are nice and tight. Keystone badge with serial 145087. A nice players bass drum to complete a kit or to built a kit around!

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  • Early 1950s Leedy & Ludwig 13/16/24 with 14 Snare in White Marine Pearl

     

    For sale is a beautifully restored Vintage Early 1950s Leedy & Ludwig 13/16/24 with 14 Snare in White Marine Pearl in great players condition. This kit was destined for the land fill but they were rescued and are now back from the dead and sound spectacular! Three ply shells in great condition and all in-round. The 13/16/24 shells have had a lot of work done including all extra/incorrect holes plugged and patched, interiors repainted and all new bearing edges. The WMP wrap is original and tight and was wet sanded a bit to bring it back to life on the 13/16/24 pieces. Matching inlays added to the bass drum hoops which are in good working order but worn. Hoops on the 13 and 16 not original. Hardware is a bit pitted and worn overall. The 14 snare is in great shape and all original besides the non-original strainer and butt which resulted in a couple extra holes that I have left for future conversion back to original if someone so desires. Overall just a beautiful kit that has a new lease on life and is ready to get back to work! Snare stand shown not included.

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  • 2015 Ludwig Legacy Maple Drums in Black Glass Glitter

     

    For sale is a set of just immaculate Custom Order 2015 Ludwig Legacy Maple Drums in Black Glass Glitter. Sizes are 13/16/18/24. Virgin 9×13 tom and 14×24 bass drum. They were only very lightly played and are in like-new condition. Not a scuff, scratch or any sort of condition issue present anywhere. Practically brand new! This configuration was custom ordered from Ludwig in early 2015. The black glass glitter wrap was special ordered from Precision Drum Co. and sent to the Ludwig factory where Ludwig did the actual wrapping in-house before completing the kit. This kit also comes with an included extra full sheet of matching wrap for future use on a snare or any other add-on drums! Now is your chance to get a like-new Ludwig Legacy maple kit in awesome sizes and wrap for a killer price! Snare stand shown not included.

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