Infinity Drumworks Raw Shell

LBCD

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Picked this 13 x 7 Maple/Mahogany/walnut snare up from Infinity Drumworks. It’s a beautiful shell and very well made. I’m getting around to putting it together and just waiting on the parts from DFD to arrive to finish it. Not sure what edges to do yet but so far it’s a very nice shell and wanted you guys to see what Infinity guys do.
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YES SIR!!! That looks stunning! It even sounds good in the photos! Congrats on the great build and addition to your family!
 

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I went with a single 45* on the inside and a very slight 45 counter on the outside.
 

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What's that sweet-looking vehicle in the 1st pic?
 

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Nice job on the snare, as well as the Ford! I picked up a set of Infinity shells, mahogany/oak/maple with reinforcing rings...thin and light but strong. Made a great-sounding set.
 

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Wow this thread is great! Thanks for sharing the drum and the car! And no garage or father is complete without a copy of Apples to Apples ;).
 

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