Ludwig & Ludwig Junior Foot Pedal

baz1949

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Here is a little piece of History for you all, not very functional for todays, "Heavy Thumpers". In remarkably good condition, considering its age.
Is there many of these surviving over there, we don't seem to have that many survivors over The Pond
 

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Yes, this is a fairly common pedal over here in the colonies despite its age. Several of the early Ludwig pedals are more common than you might think, I guess that is a testament to how well they were built and how many were produced. Ludwig made a "gold" version of this model of the Junior pedal. A gentleman named Steve Zemanek has written a wonderful book on Ludwig pedals from 1909-69. You can contact him through the Facebook Bass Drum Pedals group. Cheers!
 

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