I saw that too, Unbelievable! Looked like almost no fade whatsoever on them. This is why I still troll Goodwills and Salvation Army stores. I usually leave with books and records but I'm really looking for drums.jptrickster said:25 dollars with a 5 dollar off coupon. very clean 12 20 14 club date. Amazing!
I wonder how long ago this happened. He didn't really say. He just jokingly (I presume) said he found the rest of the kit to go with the Jazz Fest the other guy got. The trend for the past several years has been to put anything like this up on their auction sites and let the bidders sort out the value. Hard to believe something like this would have slipped through the cracks. I did get a WMP club date bass and tom about 7-8 years ago at a Salvation army store for $50. The only reason though was because they were so incredibly encased in dust they thought they were junk and put them in their "as-is" outlet store. This Psych red set looked like new.
A couple years ago I missed out on a nearly identical Psych Red Club Date set at an area music store. The drums were still in the store but had been sold to someone a day or two before. If I'd stopped in a few days sooner they would have been mine. That thought ate away at my gut for about three weeks after that...and those drums were $1800! I can't even fathom how I'd feel if I walked into a thrift store and saw someone wheeling around a cart with an unfaded $25 P.R. Club Date set in it .
But now I have some Psych red of my own so I guess there's a happy ending.
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