I am not certain of exactly what Camco called the Sky Blue wrap. I am looking for a 14" x 22" Oaklawn bass drum.
I do want original wrap. A rail would be nice. Would likely consider a 14" x 20" too. thanks. Round lugs wanted. Not Tuxedo style.
Jimi Hendrix using a Gibson Flying V with the Marshall amps, newer songs at the time and some great footage of Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox.
It appears that this just showed on on you tube day after Christmas.
I am looking for a snare side single flange hoop to help complete this Ludwig brass snare. I need it to have the flares for the snare string to go through.
The drum is a 15". I do have the clips and tension rods. I have no interest in selling the drum. Thanks for any help.
I did this before and someone from here bought my friends, drum related LP he was selling on ebay. He tells me the vinyl on this particular album
in in good shape. My buddy is a good seller of records...
I recently got a Slingerland steel shell "Festival" snare drum with 8 lugs from Colorado. The drum was very dirty, but in line with many Colorado drums, it cleaned up well
and the metal parts were in good shape. I have owned and either sold or parted out about 15 of these "Festival" steel...
I was curious if these claws from a Kent bass drum are similar to any older Gretsch claws? I don't have any real old Gretsch bass drums now, but seem to remember older Gretsch claws being like this. Thanks for any clarification.
I recently acquired this set. 5 drums total, no snare with it. Bass drum is 22, floor is 16, A 13 and 14 power tom and the smaller (maybe) 10 " tom. Very well made drums. Interiors painted white and fantastic bearing edges. I have cleaned them , but not set them up to play yet. The...
I bought this drum at a school district (I work for) auction some years ago. It has sat for a while, but I cleaned it this summer. I do know that it's life was spent as a concert bass drum in an elementary school. It is 14" x 24" and the badge is gone, but the nice thing is there are no...
I got home and read that he had died at age 60. I saw the Cramps two times in the mid 90's, but both times were after he was gone. Reading the obituary in the Cleveland area paper, he may have been 65. Some put him at 60 and that obit from where he lived , said 65.
I was lucky enough to see him with the Cruzados a long time ago.
He was also part of the Bob Dylan performance in 1984 on David Letterman, doing "Don't Start Me...