5.5 or 6.5? ebay

Myk

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Wish I could afford it, it would go nicely with my bdp WFL 5.5 classic snare
 

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Throw that seller an offer (check his other Perc items) he may take what you offer
$650 is almost $1000 up here, Vancouver B.C., I was lucky I got my classic snare in mint condition for $350 Canadian
 

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$650 for a 6-lug anything is kind of reaching, don't you think?
something wrong with you? it's best offer
and also clearly you don't understand what a 6L WFL 6.5 can do. It can at "least" do 400$ worth; if you knew athing.
Maybe 500
 
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I would say definitely original wrap. Nickel hardware nice old drum. I like the nylon rope someone used to tie the snare wires:thumbup:
 
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Wow, nice snare to be sure. It looks 6.5" to me as well. But I just never bonded with a 6 lug snare so it will be someone else's to enjoy. But she sure looks pretty!
 

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It is definitely deeper than a stock 5.5" but I'm not sure how deep it actually is. You hear (and see) a lot about "shallow" 5.5" inch drums coming out of Ludwig and Slingerland (that is: the 5.5" depth was catalogued but a lot of actual drums seem to be shallower). So it seems plausible there could be some "deep" 5.5s or shallow 6.5s as well?
 


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