I need a snare to hold me over...

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Maybe just hit the practice pad hard and then when you get the snare running, youll come back with the hands of god.
 

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Yeah. $100-150.
I’ve had my eye on a Ludwig club date se (Taiwan made) for a while. To be candid, I haven’t played one. They are Cherry/gum shells with rings. All videos sound really good. Should be under $200 used. I think there are two on reverb. They came in 5” and 6.5”
 

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Very good deals on drummingdeals.com, I just picked up a brand new 17" K custom dark crash yesterday for $179. Every other place sells it for $320. Ridiculous price!
 

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Any suggestions?
Here's another option posted on DFO today:

 

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Here's another option posted on DFO today:

I agree. A Gretsch USA shell with nice hardware and in nice shape. Try pricing pricing it all out individually and I think you will see it's a great price. I think you could move it fairly easily later without a big hit in cash if you didn't bond. Or keep it and have a nice snare in the arsenal.
 

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