Opps, my bad. I didn't dig deep enough.yup, it's $1300
there's another thread already going discussing it:
I can confirm that, of all of the snare drums I've had my hands on, this is one of the finest instruments. It's impeccably well made and I could go on and on but all of this is stated in the video.it's an interesting concept, but it appears to cost about $1300, and I just can't imagine why...I'm reasonably sure I could fabricate something functionally similar using generic Worldmax parts for less than a 1/4 of that price
Ah well, to each their own! Lots of people don't have the patience for context and addressing the "why" and would much rather focus on the "what" and "how". That's perfectly fine- it's just not our approach.Tried to watch, but can't. I've never liked SLAD videos. The blah to (what I consider) important information ratio is just too high.
It's really not at all.looks like PIA.
As someone who owns 6, 8, and 10-lug drums specifically because of what they offer due to the lug configuration, I can say that this really isn't the case. This drum truly does offer a degree of unmatched versatility but you also have to have a need. If you can't imagine the value then you probably don't need it.I like the idea, but it seems like a solution in search of a problem.
I think the closest we'll get is that T-shirt Cody is wearing. Several years ago I contacted them and they said they were working towards it. Contacted them a year later and got the same response.Wish they'd hurry up and re-release the Caroline!