Let's see some photo(s) of your personal Snare drums....

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Post Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:52 am

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Post Wed Sep 03, 2008 10:40 am

Thanks Earldrum! :D

Rufus, I just got home and checked and I couldn't see a date stamped. I've also run the serial number, 461635. From what I can see it's definitely from 1967.

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Post Sun Sep 07, 2008 5:48 am

ayotte 6'5 x 14
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ludwig sup 6'5 x 14

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Post Sun Sep 07, 2008 9:54 am

riyanla wrote:ayotte 6'5 x 14
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ludwig sup 6'5 x 14

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i love that ayotte, that color is bitchin and those are some crazy looking lugs
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Post Mon Sep 08, 2008 5:37 am

sure, man its free for you:).


lol, jk still tryin to figure out how to tune my ayotte.
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Post Mon Sep 08, 2008 7:07 am

Here's mine! I really love it! It's a Tama Warlord Masai Snare!!

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The other snare I have is the Superstar EFX snare that I got with the kit. No picture of it though.. heheh...
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Post Tue Sep 09, 2008 4:53 am

Nice snares Dose, is that an Acrolite that you've covered by any chance?
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Post Wed Sep 10, 2008 10:05 am

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1978 Acrolite: Best snare drum I've ever played. Easy to tune as well, popped a new batter head on there and it gave me the exact sound I wanted.

Rob Crisp wrote:Nice snares Dose, is that an Acrolite that you've covered by any chance?

I think that last snare is a supraphonic, a la Imperial lugs and chrome.
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Post Wed Sep 10, 2008 4:46 pm

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Heres my Ddrum S-4 snare. its not completely re done like my pearl forum snare and i havent gotten around to doing it yet. but i cant wait till its done.
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Post Fri Sep 12, 2008 5:05 pm

Kilometers wrote:Image
1978 Acrolite: Best snare drum I've ever played. Easy to tune as well, popped a new batter head on there and it gave me the exact sound I wanted.

Rob Crisp wrote:Nice snares Dose, is that an Acrolite that you've covered by any chance?

I think that last snare is a supraphonic, a la Imperial lugs and chrome.


Noo, I can see the Supra, I have one! I was talking about the one in the first pic, glittery red... It looks to me like an Acrolite that's been given a face lift!
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Post Fri Sep 12, 2008 6:29 pm

Rob Crisp wrote:Noo, I can see the Supra, I have one! I was talking about the one in the first pic, glittery red... It looks to me like an Acrolite that's been given a face lift!


if I remember correctly it's an old wrapped wood snare, and that is the original wrap. you can tell it's not an actolite by the lack of a center bead.
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Post Fri Sep 12, 2008 6:52 pm

anavrinIV wrote:
Rob Crisp wrote:Noo, I can see the Supra, I have one! I was talking about the one in the first pic, glittery red... It looks to me like an Acrolite that's been given a face lift!


if I remember correctly it's an old wrapped wood snare, and that is the original wrap. you can tell it's not an actolite by the lack of a center bead.


Looks like a Jazz Festival. P83 strainer and the Keystone badge look like early to mid 60's. Is there a serial number on the badge? What color is the inside of the drum? Is there a date stamp anywhere inside?
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Post Fri Sep 12, 2008 8:01 pm

Rob Crisp wrote:
Kilometers wrote:Image
1978 Acrolite: Best snare drum I've ever played. Easy to tune as well, popped a new batter head on there and it gave me the exact sound I wanted.

Rob Crisp wrote:Nice snares Dose, is that an Acrolite that you've covered by any chance?

I think that last snare is a supraphonic, a la Imperial lugs and chrome.


Noo, I can see the Supra, I have one! I was talking about the one in the first pic, glittery red... It looks to me like an Acrolite that's been given a face lift!

Ah, pardon my rashness. Yeah, every metal Ludwig snare has a bead in the middle. Still, great snares.
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