DW Collector’s Copper snare 6.5x14, lowered price

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This DW is a thin copper shell with flanged edges, triple flanged hoops, nice solid throwoff and butt plate, and new Attack coated batter head.

It’s been played but still in good condition. No dents or bends anywhere, just some tarnish spots on the shell and rubs from head collars. Rims have minor pitting. Original DW TrueTone snare wires.

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Was $550, now $499 plus actual shipping, I pay the PayPal fees.
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I'm not really planning to buy a whole set of new lugs, DW snare turret lugs are $14 each. I don't mind the tubes, but if someone offered me DW lugs that look nice and didn't cost a lot I would switch these. I think some people don't like tubes on a DW.
 

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I had tube lugs on a DW 10+6 Maple shell .
That drum sounded fantastic.
A guy offered me $500 on the spot at a gig .
I took it ....
 

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Cut the price back to $499, much less than I have it listed for elsewhere. I would always rather work with a DFO member!
 


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