Dream snare has arrived! Pork Pie Solid Rosewood

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I’m interested in the construction. Did they make a plywood out of your board or is the steambent? Also, is the shell that thick or are their re-Rings. What species of Rosewood are we talking here?
 

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This is east Indian Rosewood. It will have rings. I'm not entirely sure on how thick the snare will end up being, I'll get details on that soon.
They took 2 boards that I saw and the shell was steambent. No plies.
 

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Did this drum ever make it to you?
 

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It's been a roller coaster! The first one got to the very end stages and had some issues once glued.

They found another solid board with no inlay and it is supposed to be shipped out to pork pie for hardware this week. Still waiting but it's gonna be so worth it!
 

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Here you go.....rosewood 1 of 10 I think.....NOS too.
 

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Here you go.....rosewood 1 of 10 I think.....NOS too.
That one looks very close to the Gretsch Rosewood I had before I got my Tama.

My custom pork pie should be in tomorrow, Tuesday at the latest!
 

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Should that one on Ebay have a special limited badge? Is that the real deal?
 


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