Has anyone painted the inlay on a bass drum hoop?
I have an old marching BD I'm thinking about removing the wrap. My neighbor is getting ready to paint (another) car so maybe he could do the drum at the same time. The drum has black hoops with inlays. I originally thought about painting them...
I've bought 1/2 dozen new Z's this year. Last night while playing I became curious just how old they are. Most are either stamped AH or AI, so whats that, 2018 or 2019?
What I found peculiar was a set of 13" K hi hats. The top is AH, but the bottom is AD. What's that, four years older...
8 rivets, I think the weigh of so many rivets dry it out. I'm guessing if you remove most of them the cymbal would open up
I think this is the 60's stamp- please correct me if I'm wrong
$90 shipped US
Has a weird spot near the edge- see the third photo
I had a block of ash I made into a few woodblocks. I also glued up some thin strips of maple to make some.
What would be the best finish for these? I assume polyurethane would be the toughest. I'm sure different finishes would affect the sound, but might not be perceivable by my ears.
Zildjian hi hats 14"
I believe these are 50's small stamp. My scale shows them each at 700 grams, but it also rounds to the 10's. When I bought them I was told 696 or 698 each- yes both are the same. Small mounting holes on both.
$250 shipped US
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So I got a couple CB shells, 16x16 & 14x22. All the hardware was gone, except one lug. I looked into shipping costs, and I figured it would cost most to ship across town that what the shells were worth. So what to do?