Drum register

wayneonthedrums

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I haven't got the know how but wouldn't it be cool if there was a place to register your drums?
Maybe just an excel spread sheet for Dynasonics, BB's,limited editions etc?
 

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I was reading about a snare of Ellis Tollin and also one of Buddy Rich's that were stolen which instigated the idea.
My collection is relatively small too but if there was a register then there would be no doubt if these drums showed up.
 

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You should photo document everything of value that you own including your drums! And the idea to have a spreadsheet would add good additional information. :icon_smile:
 

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I learned a long time ago to Inventory what I purchase as I acquire it. But I still don't have everything photoed yet? darn!! use a video camera. tell serial#'s distinguishing features, some people use some type of Identification placed inside the lugs etc!
 

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Every kit I've ever owned is on an on going spread sheet. Kinda cool to go back and see some of the drums I used to own.
 

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allways photograph and video your equipment for insurancereasons
 

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