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Old 03-27-2017, 10:47 PM
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I got this from a friend. I know it's over 10 years old. The shell is seamless and nearly 14lbs. The hoops appear to be made of brass under the chrome plating. He said at the time he got it, they were talking about how this was going to be their super high-end expensive snare drum. It doesn't appear to be in any catalogs/forums of any kind I can find.





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Old 03-28-2017, 04:24 AM
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Best guess:

Peace SD-200A-6

Model: Peace SD-200A-6
Type: Snare
Product code: T527T
Frame in aluminum machined from 5mm 14 "x6,5"
Looking for Die-Cast 4.5 mm
10 blocks DEUS Microtube
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Size: 14 "x6.5"
Frame: Aluminum milled 5mm
Circle: Diecast 4.5 mm
Blocks: 10

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The new line Custom Cast Aluminum is at the forefront of the production of snare drum.
The process by which they are created from a part of 12mm from the stem of aluminum.
Then the processing passes through evolved CNC machines able to eliminate the risk of the smallest imperfection: the result is a stalk of 5mm in precious metals finely worked.
Aluminum is perfect to get a sound from the attack clearly defined.
Rounding out the work tubular blocks and circles die-cast.
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Old 03-28-2017, 06:49 AM
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Best guess:

Peace SD-200A-6

Model: Peace SD-200A-6
Type: Snare
Product code: T527T
Frame in aluminum machined from 5mm 14 "x6,5"
Looking for Die-Cast 4.5 mm
10 blocks DEUS Microtube
Skins REMO USA
Size: 14 "x6.5"
Frame: Aluminum milled 5mm
Circle: Diecast 4.5 mm
Blocks: 10

FEATURES

The new line Custom Cast Aluminum is at the forefront of the production of snare drum.
The process by which they are created from a part of 12mm from the stem of aluminum.
Then the processing passes through evolved CNC machines able to eliminate the risk of the smallest imperfection: the result is a stalk of 5mm in precious metals finely worked.
Aluminum is perfect to get a sound from the attack clearly defined.
Rounding out the work tubular blocks and circles die-cast.
Sure does look like one

https://www.d-musicstore.com/peace-s...rullante.html#
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Old 03-28-2017, 07:29 AM
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Best guess:

Peace SD-200A-6

Model: Peace SD-200A-6
Type: Snare
Product code: T527T
Frame in aluminum machined from 5mm 14 "x6,5"
Looking for Die-Cast 4.5 mm
10 blocks DEUS Microtube
Skins REMO USA
Size: 14 "x6.5"
Frame: Aluminum milled 5mm
Circle: Diecast 4.5 mm
Blocks: 10

FEATURES

The new line Custom Cast Aluminum is at the forefront of the production of snare drum.
The process by which they are created from a part of 12mm from the stem of aluminum.
Then the processing passes through evolved CNC machines able to eliminate the risk of the smallest imperfection: the result is a stalk of 5mm in precious metals finely worked.
Aluminum is perfect to get a sound from the attack clearly defined.
Rounding out the work tubular blocks and circles die-cast.
Man that's close but this thing is super heavy! I don't know if aluminum can be this heavy, even with how thick it is. It sure looks like a steel shell similar to this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1PJgGDsE7c

I've called the company and they weren't sure in their US office. They sent a note to their Taiwan office and said they'd get back to me. I'll post what I find.
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Would the magnet test not work?
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Old 03-28-2017, 03:07 PM
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Man that's close but this thing is super heavy! I don't know if aluminum can be this heavy, even with how thick it is. It sure looks like a steel shell similar to this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1PJgGDsE7c

I've called the company and they weren't sure in their US office. They sent a note to their Taiwan office and said they'd get back to me. I'll post what I find.
I just calculated the weight of a 14in x 6.5in x 4.5mm cylinder in both aluminum and stainless steel. The stainless came out to a bit over 14lbs (aluminum would be just under 5lbs) and if you subtract a bit of material for the machined holes and the beveled bearing edge, you get very close to the weight of yours. Stainless is also non ferrous and a magnet will not stick to it
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Old 03-28-2017, 08:48 PM
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Would the magnet test not work?
It does, it sticks right to it like a fridge.
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Old 03-28-2017, 08:57 PM
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That thing is a beast and an interesting score. Nice
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Old 03-28-2017, 09:27 PM
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It does, it sticks right to it like a fridge.
Definitely steel. Looking forward to hearing some samples.

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