Ludwig 10" - 3 ply with rerings????

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Hey I'm looking for a 10 inch Ludwig Tom. Shell or full parts- either way is fine. Player preferred. Color doesn't matter. I don't even know if they made the keystones in that size. Ideally it has rerings and even an early Blue Olive badge is fine......hopefully no more than 8"deep. Thank you!
 

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I have a clear interior 6 ply version in Black Nitron. Perfect condition too!
 

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10" in 3 ply would most likely be a concert tom with a B/O badge. You could find 6 and 8" three ply shells in keystone badge ( single head bongos). Not sure on a 10". I believe they did catalog a concert tom set in the 60's ( for actual concert band/symphonic use) so a 10" KB shell was likely available for that...but probably really rare.
 

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Here is an auction that I have on ebay right now. The 10" drum has 5 small classic lugs and interestingly, only the 10" had a COB hoop. The other 3 were COS.

 

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Thanks for your replies, folks.

Speedy, will you break up the set? I am thinking I like the 10/12, but don't need the 6/8......sounds like no. And what are the serial #'s (approx. ranges)? Thanks......
 

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I just got a bid on it and I would not have wanted to break up that set. I pointed out the serial numbers for KC Drum Dad as they are interesting. 3 fairly close and
1 off by around 10 thousand. The set is cool but it has wear and is not perfect. It is not a little "set" that I have ever seen too often.
 

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6" = 398692, 8"=388563, 10" =388563, 12" =388869 some of the digits were a little hard to read. I think those are right , but could have
something wrong. So 3 of them are 388 and 1 of them is 398.
 


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