The only time I would expect to see a lot of lugs on those size drums with Keystone badges would be the early 80s and even then only the power toms. Even the traditional size toms of that era were six lug...!
At age 61 I will still drive to southern California or flight to Chicago to see Steven Wilson! I have also been able to catch Robin Trower and Styx (Todd!) here in Bakersfield at the Fox theater. It is a great sounding 1400 seater. Not big enough to trigger the trapped like a rat feeling like...
Hello, here goes...:
1) Rogers snare drum lugs
2&3) threaded inserts for SKB amp/fx racks
4) claws for straight or single flange hoops
5) Yamaha (?) BD claws
6) MIJ LUGS
7) nylon spacers
8) Yamaha bass drum T-rods
From what I can see...Enjoy! Roger
Whilst putting in some time at the local GC between travel gigs I realized that some of the sentiments on Billy Wards first video (about taste and placement) would be worth decreeing that every youngster that bought a drum set should be duct taped to a chair and made to listen!
I got there once during a month in The Dells in 87, wow, what a shop! The owner had an interesting demeanor but there was so much to see that a friendly chat ensued. How long ago did he pass? What became of the store and inventory?
Yup, got my first Paiste (20" 2oo2) in Dec of 1974 - haven't looked back. I don't try to convert people that are happy with their gear, but I certainly have answered some questions at gigs! A pleasure to inform and entertain; I may have actually accounted for some converts...