Todd sucherman’s snare drum gallery

nmosko

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Of the 100 or so snares here, I can honestly say I haven’t heard of most of the brands. Super interesting. Exotic, Bier, Solo, Stanbridge, and many many more. Thought you guys would dig this!

 

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He’s got a beautiful purple glitter Tempus snare. I wonder if he’d ever consider selling it. Stanbridge snares are sweet, amazing craftsmanship. I have a set of hoops made by him. ( Pete Stanbridge ) Greg Solo works at Craviotto now.
 

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Of the exact ones, I have 6, and most are just the Ludwigs...... but I'd like to see the room those puppies are stored in!
 

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Nice snares in there. Some are serious works of art. Beautiful. The Acrolite looks like it has an interesting throw?
Cool. He has some Trick snares. I had a shallow one I used to tour with and it was one of my favorite auxiliary snares. Great sound. I hadn’t seen a lot of players using them, so it was kinda cool seeing his.
There’s a few of his snares I wouldn’t mind checking out.
 

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These high profile players can have anything they want, just by asking for it. I,ve known a few builders from awhile ago that would stop at nothing to see a concert and beg to see the drummer bearing a "gift". No charge, but in exchange can i tell people that you use and endorse my snare drum??
Not mentioning names, but if you were a drummer in that position would you accept "gifts" in exchange?...I know a lot of players personally that are asked to pay for gear, and they certainly expect to, but some custom builders still do things the hard way.
 


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