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Old 07-05-2013, 09:34 PM
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Default Re: What to look for in vintage Ludwig Sets

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Originally Posted by sethlowden View Post
Usually I do not do a lot of tire-kicking on CraigsList, but this one caught my attention. Mostly because of the muffler on the bass drum, but also because of the cymbals. I asked the guy if they all came with the set, and he said yes......
And being you're dealing with a one-owner kit, chances are it's gonna be in better shape, than say a kit that's passed thru many hands ..... many circumstances. With the "unknown" factor minimized ...... it's probably gonna be in top shape. If it was missing it's reso. hoops, had a rattle can paint job, non-Ludwig parts added ..... those are the kinda kits you need to be more wary of.
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