Duluth Bronze in 6.5”

Nacci

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I am selling a Duluth Brass Manufacturing Cast Bronze Snare set up for Vintage Tama Mastercraft hardware. It is the Ocheltree Bronze. You can have it with Vintage Tama Freedom lugs or Replica Ocheltree Lugs for some additional compensation. The dimensions are 14”x6.5”x4.8mm. All the Tama hardware is used, of course, but in nice shape, the wires are Tama 6035. I let the shell patina but you could buff it right out if you choose.

I am looking for 900 plus shipping, or an even trade for a Vintage Tama Rosewood Mastercraft or partial trade for a Noble & Cooley SS Classic in 7” Tulip. Any questions please PM me and I will respond right off. Thank you.
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This is a PSA for anyone who’s ever flirted with the idea of owning a Tama bell brass, Ocheltree, Sonor Cast Bronze.

This drum is every bit as great, (better IMO), and you cannot beat that price.

Mine eats my Tama bell brass for lunch.

Very powerful snares, but with balls and a nice deep punch, even at higher tunings.

Live, I get asked every gig about it from Drummer’s, soundmen, etc.

Recorded they have “that” sound, because for almost 40 years Cast Bronze snares have been the top tier snares for rock.

Somebody will be beyond happy with this thing.

PSA over. ;)
 

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