Bass Drum Pedal ID Please

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Hi,

I'm thinking of getting these two old pedals. Can you tell me what they are and what I should pay for them?

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The second one is probably a leedy.
The first one is hard to see, the beater is in the way.
Take more pics.
 

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Hi,

I'm thinking of getting these two old pedals. Can you tell me what they are and what I should pay for them?

Thank you,

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What are they asking for both pedals?
I try to stay under 50 dollars for vintage pedals. But of course it depends on how bad it's wanted.
35 to 40 is about right on the leedy pedal,.

I bought this for 32 I think shipped.
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Here's a few from my collection .the leedy like the one in your pic is 4 th from the top.
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Perhaps Walberg & Auge?
For the top or bottom one?

Until there's a better pic of the top it's a guess. But the bottom is a leedy.
The difference is walhberg n auge had a heel plate added .
The 3rd from the top in my last pic is a walhberg n auge .
I'm no expert ... But W and A made hardware for just about everybody.so you could be right.
 
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For the top or bottom one?

Until there's a better pic of the top it's a guess. But the bottom is a leedy.
The difference is walhberg n auge had a heel plate added .
The 3rd from the top in my last pic is a walhberg n auge .
I'm no expert ... But W and A made hardware for just about everybody.so you could be right.
Actually, I thought the one on the left in the original picture might be a Walberg - just a guess given their reach into the industry in those days :)
 

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Actually, I thought the one on the left in the original picture might be a Walberg - just a guess given their reach into the industry in those days :)
You may be right but without a better pic or pics it's hard to say.
There were also a lot of north eastern companies , from mass and n.y. Etc. like Wilson bros. for example.
I usually go by if I doesn't have a name on it, it's probably W and A .
I wish there were more pics.
 

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You may be right but without a better pic or pics it's hard to say.
There were also a lot of north eastern companies , from mass and n.y. Etc. like Wilson bros. for example.
I usually go by if I doesn't have a name on it, it's probably W and A .
I wish there were more pics.
I gotta say - those open style pedals just seem like they'd be murder on the feet without the footboard!
 

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I gotta say - those open style pedals just seem like they'd be murder on the feet without the footboard!
Yes , I would have to keep my shoes on.
They probably never played a backbeat.doubles or triplets on them.
Just straight ahead beats.

There are some members who could clear this thought up.
 

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