Leedy Snare (14x10) (sold)

dtk

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Grover Drums are real unsung heros. If I had the $ and space I'd be looking for a kit (owned a few snares).
 

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There's a link at the top with photos and video. Man the birdseye on those grovers is gorgeous! Agreed they make some killer drums!

However, I believe forum rules dictate you must put a price.
 

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Show and tell or actually for sale?? Prices??
 

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Kudos on the page with videos/photos. One of the best I've seen to display a product for sale!

GLWS

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Thanks, Steve! I want shoppers to know what they’re looking at. It’s a sign of the times in the age of YouTube.
 

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(The Grover kit has sold. Only the Leedy remains available.)

This big snare drum sounds amazing. VIDEO here:

Leedy (14x10) $220 (plus actual shipping from 91208 ) - Circa 1960. Mahogany-poplar shell (similar to Ludwigs of that era) with white marine pearl vintage wrap. This is a powerful, warm snare with clean "pop" in its rimshot sound. The edges have been recut in the original, vintage style. 42-strand wires. Nickel-over-brass hoops (with stick-saver shape that curves inward). Leedy shells last forever; they are so well made, they don't go out of round. This drum can be used as a primary snare, a ballad snare, or a field drum for orchestral/pit. The drum has such great body, you can make it really fat sounding by putting a damper on the head. Or, leave it wide open for great dynamic possibilities (including buzz rolls that get really loud).

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