What kind of drums are these?

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There are a few vids of this band on YouTube and on none can any close up of any badges be seen. Hard to tell whether it's all metal or just a wrap. But as you say, they sound good.
 

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Schagerl- they are, I think, an Austrian company(?). I have seen these at DCP, and the shells are brass. They also make copper drums.
 

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Let´s see - it´s a Schagerl festival, it says Schagerl on the BD head... :)

MrDrums is right, of course. Schagerl (pronounced SHAH-girl) is an Austrian company, best known for their top quality brass instruments. Started manufacturing drums out of brass only a couple of years ago - apparently to the same high standards.

 

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Ah ... makes sense. I had incorrectly assumed from the vid title that Schageri was the name of the band ..... :(
 

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Ah ... makes sense. I had incorrectly assumed from the vid title that Schageri was the name of the band ..... :(
The title of the video leads me to believe that also. Did a modern drum company sponsor a big band's travel from Australia to Europe?
 

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The title of the video leads me to believe that also. Did a modern drum company sponsor a big band's travel from Australia to Europe?
James Morrisson is a Schagerl artist - he has developed a signature trumpet with them and visits the company quite often.
The band is probably mainly local musicians. Harry Sokal, the tenor soloist, is from Austria.
 


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