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- Mar 10, 2008
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The were some early MIJ stencil drums made with clear shells and cloned Rogers copy hardware. That's what these are with some Slingerland tom mounts added.Interesting post in the Buffalo, NY Craigslist- seller says they're Zickos, but the hardware isn't quite right. Cool looking drums though.
Boy, those are beauties! I don't think I've ever seen that exact wrap color before, but it sure is nice. The price is ok if you can pick them up locally, but the shipping is killing it. But that chrome quality . . . wow.Look at these sweet Lil babies!
I wish I had some dough right now, i'd snap em up. Look at that chrome...
Premier set in players condition. 22" bass drum, 13" tom, 16" floor tom. Has normal scratches, gouges, pitting etc for a set 40+ years old. Circa 1979ish. hardware from Beverly Drum Co, which Premier had purchased prior. All chrome shines like a new dime.. 3 ply Birch with beech re-rings. NO SNAR...reverb.com
That is awesome. I've loved my Stage Band drums for years. Never did have a floor tom, though.Local to me - Slingerland Mahogany kit in Stage Band configuration, minus the bass drum! Chocolate milk interiors, rail mount with spade tom holder, PLUS - I didn't know they made a Stage Band floor tom in 16", but there it is! Not a bad deal for $600...
Yeah no kidding. For 150 bucks how can you go wrong.....
I seriously don't know what to do.
I don't need more drums.
I think I'm going to go pick them up.