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Old 11-23-2009, 04:46 AM
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Here are my new Classic Maples (Charcoal finish). 22x16, 13x9, 16x16 (with a Pork Pie Black Brass snare). Great drums.

Very nice! Did they give you medium or heavy Weathermasters?..... and how do you like them?

-Ryan
They are heavy. They are okay so far. I will probably play them until they wear out and go back to coated ambassadors. After looking at your kits, I think I need another floor tom!
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Old 11-27-2009, 11:06 PM
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Left to Right: All Paistes
16" Signature Crystal Crash
14" Signature Crystal Hats
8" Signature Splash
18" Sound Creation New Dimension Short Crash
20" Sound Creation New Dimension Dark Ride
18" Signature Fast Crash
12" Signature Sound Edge Hi Hats (double damn yeah!)
18" Signature Crystal Crash

The Drums is a Ludwig Maple Classic 20x14, 10x8 15x13
Snare Drum is a Bell Bronze Artisan Signature w/ Dunnet throw 14x6.5
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Old 01-07-2010, 07:16 PM
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gelebraz - are you positive that's not a 20x16"? I had a 20x14" CM kick and yours definitely looks deeper:

http://drummerworld.com/forums/showthread.php?t=37524
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Old 01-07-2010, 08:21 PM
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Ludwig Modular Classic
L-700 Natural maple
Bd:22"x16"
Tt's:10"x9",12"x11" & 13"x12"
Ft's:14"x13" & 16"x16"

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-Ludwig Colisseum Natural maple 80's
-Ludwig 13"x3" Classic Natural maple 90's

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Hi-hat
-Zildjian A-custom 14"
-Zildjian New Beat 15"
Ride
-Zildjian A-custom 21"
Crashit
-Zildjian K-Custom 16"
-Zildjian A-Custom 16"
-Zildjian A-Custom 17"
-Zildjian A-Custom 18"
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China
-Zildjian Oriental "Trash" 16"

http://rumpalit.net/forum/download/f...2224&mode=view
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http://rumpalit.net/forum/download/f...2133&mode=view
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Old 01-21-2010, 10:25 PM
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Great kits!

I have a question for the 2009 buyers. Are those Anniversary badges special order?

And more pics please! ;-)

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Old 01-23-2010, 05:35 AM
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I have a question for the 2009 buyers. Are those Anniversary badges special order?
If you were ordering a kit or drums, you had the choice of anniversary or keystone badges. Some of the gear stocked by retailers also had/has the anniversary badge. I saw someone, somewhere write that Ludwig still had some annivesary badges left and would continue to put them on until they ran out. I don't know if it's true.
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Old 01-23-2010, 05:47 AM
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Left to Right: All Paistes
16" Signature Crystal Crash
14" Signature Crystal Hats
8" Signature Splash
18" Sound Creation New Dimension Short Crash
20" Sound Creation New Dimension Dark Ride
18" Signature Fast Crash
12" Signature Sound Edge Hi Hats (double damn yeah!)
18" Signature Crystal Crash

The Drums is a Ludwig Maple Classic 20x14, 10x8 15x13
Snare Drum is a Bell Bronze Artisan Signature w/ Dunnet throw 14x6.5
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747 The Natural Nylon PM

That is one nice looking drum set, great finish. look extremely comfortable too.
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Old 01-23-2010, 05:54 AM
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Well, thanks to this thread and the many amazing drum sets, I've come to realize that ludwig is now one of my favorite drum companies.

Everything they make is just so damn classy :)
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Old 01-23-2010, 08:13 AM
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If you were ordering a kit or drums, you had the choice of anniversary or keystone badges. Some of the gear stocked by retailers also had/has the anniversary badge. I saw someone, somewhere write that Ludwig still had some annivesary badges left and would continue to put them on until they ran out. I don't know if it's true.
Thanks a lot!

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Old 01-25-2010, 11:25 PM
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Hi All,
Just picked up this Ludwig "players" kit. The kick is a WFL 1959. the rack tom is a Ludwig 1960, and the floor tom is I believe a late 60's maple shell. The wrap on the floor tom doesn't match exactly, but it's not bad.
The sizes are 14x22, 9x13, 16x16 along with my 6 1/2x14 "Blacrolite" snare.
The cymbals are a 21" Zildjian Sweet ride, along with a 17" K Dark Med/Thin crash, and an 18" K Dark thin crash.
I'm using 14" Zildjian A Mastersound hats.
The heads are coated Ambassadors over clear Ambassadors on the toms, with a Remo Fiberskyn Med. on the snare (highly recommended).
The kick has a coated Emad batter.
Played with this kit on the weekend, and it sounds fabulous. Very much a vintage sound and vibe.
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Old 02-02-2010, 08:58 PM
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Hello all was just woundering if you would be able to help me out with a few questions that i have.

i am looking at buying a Ludwig snare drum, and now i have narrowed my options down to a New 14x5 Black Beauty, and also a vintage 1960's Ludwig 402 14x6.5 classic lug.

my first question is how much should i expect to pay for the vintage 402 snare which is in good condition in english pounds please thanks?

also i was wondering if there are any differences in the sound between a vintage 402 and a new one because i was told that the hardware is now made in china and gives it a different sound ?

and finally what would you buy out of the two the new blackbeauty or the vintage 402 ? thanks a lot would really appreciate a response

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Old 02-02-2010, 09:48 PM
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Hello all was just woundering if you would be able to help me out with a few questions that i have.

i am looking at buying a Ludwig snare drum, and now i have narrowed my options down to a New 14x5 Black Beauty, and also a vintage 1960's Ludwig 402 14x6.5 classic lug.

my first question is how much should i expect to pay for the vintage 402 snare which is in good condition in english pounds please thanks?

also i was wondering if there are any differences in the sound between a vintage 402 and a new one because i was told that the hardware is now made in china and gives it a different sound ?

and finally what would you buy out of the two the new blackbeauty or the vintage 402 ? thanks a lot would really appreciate a response

Dan
Hey mate......good choices!

Can't help you with cost. But I'll chime in on the others.

As for the diff b/n new and old supras....many may argue, but personally I can't hear any real difference between the two...to my ear they all sound like supras. If one does indeed exist, then I don't believe there is any fundamental change in sound......at least nothing that would stop me buying a new one at the right price.

As for which to choose first. Personally I'd go with the supra. The 402 was always my 'go to' snare. It's versatility is huge and it fits right in to pretty much any playing situation. That said, I own both and I'll chop and change at will......but as a first off choice, I recommend the 402........all the while saving your pennies for the BB!!

LATE EDIT: You may also want to consider re-posting this in the Drum Gear section....more people will see it and it'll improve your chances of getting a response.
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Old 02-03-2010, 12:58 AM
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thanks a lot for you help really helped me out on making me decision :)
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Old 02-08-2010, 06:32 AM
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OK, here are some acrylics I put together myself. I bought the shells without bearing edges or any mounting holes of anykind from the vendor that sells to Ludwig, Pork Pie, Spaun etc. I used to be sponsored by Ludwig many years ago, so I had boxes of hardware (Lugs, tom holders,etc). I presently have my own cabinet shop with more industrial machinery than you can imagine. I cut the bearing edges with a special diamond router bit at a specified speed as to not cause a burning or melting of the acrylic in a shaper with an adapter for router bits and then polished the edges to a glass finish with special micron paper and a variable speed polisher and compound. I then drilled the holes for lugs, vents, leg mounts with bits specially devised for drilling acrylic and chamfered the backside of the holes with a rosebud countersink so there would be no cracking in the future. I purchased vulcanized 1/16" thick rubber for gaskets and applied the hardware using brass hardware (Screws and washers). The bass drums are 22x16, rack toms are 10x8, 12x9, floors are 14x14 and 16x16. The snare is a Ludwig 6 1/2x14 brass supersensative. All hardware is Ludwigs top of the line series except for the hi-hat stand which is a gibraltar ultra-adjust. Cymbals are mix of Zildjians, Sabian and Paiste. The hi hats are 13" Zildjian mastersounds.
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Old 02-08-2010, 09:54 AM
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This one goes out to the experienced owners of a newer Classic Maple kit: how would you describe the sound of your drums, compared to other drumkits you have/had? Would you describe it as "versatile"? Is it primarily good for Rock?

And please: more pics!! :-)

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Old 02-08-2010, 06:12 PM
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Copied from my personal thread...!

24" kick 4-piece ludwig centennial =D
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Old 08-27-2010, 10:31 PM
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My new Legacy Classic kit arrived after 9 weeks of waiting. It was worth the wait though.

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13 x 9 Rack Tom
14 x 14 Floor Tom
16 x 16 Floor Tom
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Old 08-29-2010, 12:59 AM
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Hi All,
Just picked up this Ludwig "players" kit. The kick is a WFL 1959. the rack tom is a Ludwig 1960, and the floor tom is I believe a late 60's maple shell. The wrap on the floor tom doesn't match exactly, but it's not bad.
The sizes are 14x22, 9x13, 16x16 along with my 6 1/2x14 "Blacrolite" snare.
The cymbals are a 21" Zildjian Sweet ride, along with a 17" K Dark Med/Thin crash, and an 18" K Dark thin crash.
I'm using 14" Zildjian A Mastersound hats.
The heads are coated Ambassadors over clear Ambassadors on the toms, with a Remo Fiberskyn Med. on the snare (highly recommended).
The kick has a coated Emad batter.
Played with this kit on the weekend, and it sounds fabulous. Very much a vintage sound and vibe.
Cheers
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Old 08-29-2010, 04:25 PM
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.... and my 70's stainless steel Octa-Plus:

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Old 08-30-2010, 08:49 PM
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Here is my 1067 Downbeat with all orig hardware.................



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Old 08-31-2010, 05:00 PM
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Here is my 1067 Downbeat with all orig hardware.................
That's a quite old kit :)

I'm not a fan of old hardware, but the kit is a real beauty!

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Old 09-01-2010, 06:58 PM
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Holy Cow!!! That Stainless steel kit is awesome!

I really liked those drums, but could never afford them (too young) when they were originally out.
The new ones are very cool as well, too bad they don't have all the sizes like they used too. Although Ronn Dunnett can do a shell, since he made the new ones for Ludwig.

Have fun with that kit!!!
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Old 09-08-2010, 06:14 AM
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Oh yes... mid-80s Rocker II.. damn near mint!
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Old 09-08-2010, 04:46 PM
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I don't own ludwigs, but I'd like to at some point.

This is an awesome thread, so many pretty drums...
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Old 09-08-2010, 09:02 PM
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My 2010 Classic Maples. 22x14 12x8 16x16




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Old 09-12-2010, 07:08 AM
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Old 10-26-2010, 04:32 PM
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I've got a 24" Centennial kit, with the 16 x15 floor tom. but with the floor tom I've tried two different heads on it now (evans ec2, and remo fiberskyn) and with the two different head set-ups i cant get this thing to tune good at all. I mean it sounds like shit, not even decent. For those of you whos got this kit and have it sounding amazing, what heads do you have on all the drums but specifically the floor tom?
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Old 10-26-2010, 04:54 PM
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I've got the arena kit with the 16" and 18" floors. Tried a couple of variations but they sound best (to my liking) with Remo Emperors on top and Ambassadors on the bottom. Didn't have much luck with the stock Ludwig resos so got them out of the way. The floor toms did need a lot of patience to tune right but you'll love them when you do.
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Old 10-27-2010, 04:05 AM
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I posted these in the Your Gear section but thought id throw them in here too for people browsing through.... Its pretty cool to see some of the older ludwigs along with the newer ones all in one thread, enjoy!

BTW its a ludwig x-over (walnut/poplar/ birch rings) 20x22 kick, 8x12, and 14x 16, and a 8x14 mapex black panther snare
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Old 10-27-2010, 04:47 AM
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I've got a 24" Centennial kit... For those of you whos got this kit and have it sounding amazing, what heads do you have on all the drums but specifically the floor tom?
Vintage E's over SW Ambassadors on all toms. The 14" I can't get to sound good, I think I seated the batter head too much and damaged it. Get the batters a full turn above jaw, then crank the reso. The stock Ludwig resos have to go for sure.
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Old 10-28-2010, 05:05 PM
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Thanks for the insight guys, im going to keep trying to get these heads to sound good, if not though Im going to take the advice and get some ambassadors and emporerors.
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Old 10-28-2010, 06:54 PM
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I've got a 24" Centennial kit, with the 16 x15 floor tom. but with the floor tom I've tried two different heads on it now (evans ec2, and remo fiberskyn) and with the two different head set-ups i cant get this thing to tune good at all. I mean it sounds like shit, not even decent. For those of you whos got this kit and have it sounding amazing, what heads do you have on all the drums but specifically the floor tom?
I would suggest Remo Emperor's it gives them a nice controlled sound.

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Old 11-05-2010, 12:12 AM
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I think I qualify to be in the "Ludwig Fan Club". Everything belongs to my dad but he he gave me 92 super classics on the riser. He brought home the 5th Ludwig kit today. One of a kind silver sparkle that wasn't offered in this series, he didn't say which series. We have a total of around 50 drums, this includes snares, bass drums, and toms.










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Old 11-20-2010, 01:22 PM
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Awsome Ludwig kits dude! You're in the club alright, I could get lost in your drum room there playing all day.
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Old 11-21-2010, 08:48 PM
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To robderrick - how are you getting on with your Centennials? This is a very, very, very underrated kit, which is, in my opinion, more than equal to the Classic Maples; they just need a bit of fiddling and tweaking. Scrap the stock heads and get some Emperors/Ambassadors and you'll have the sound you've been dreaming of. I really believe that these drums are amazingly underpriced compared to the rest of the current market (two up, one down, yawn) and once you've got them tuned-in they will sound fantastic. In thirty years time the Centennials will become one of those kits that everyone wished they'd bought. Trust me - i'm a teacher.
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Old 11-24-2010, 01:00 AM
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Before my original post i had ordered a set of powerstroke 3's for my floor and ive had them now for about three weeks and am having the same tuning problem, im going today to buy emperors for both toms and i plan on spending all of this long weekend tuning to get the best sound! but now onto the bass drum, right now ive got a fiberskyn head on front and a emad 2 for the batter, it sounds pretty good but i was just wondering what you guys recommend for the batter, it needs replacing soon too.
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Old 11-24-2010, 01:04 AM
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oh and another question, since you guys are way more experienced at tuning, with the centennial toms, tighter on bottom, looser, or as close to the same as possible?
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Old 11-25-2010, 07:07 PM
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Well I've had a profile here but never posted my kit. Here is my Ludwig Accent Custom Elite five piece kit in Ice Blue sparkle. 100% birch shells with a lacquer finish not wrap. Sizes are 12x10 and 13x11 rack toms, 16x16 floor tom, and 14xcan't remember how deep the snare is haha. DW 7000 double bass pedal, ludwig, and gibraltar hardware. Cymbals are 14" Sabian AAX Stage Hihats, 14" Wuhan China, 22" Sabian AA Rock Ride, and a cracked 20" HHX Power Crash. I have Two other Sabian AA 18" crashes, one is a medium and the other is a Metal-X, that I intend on cutting out the crack for later use. Also intend on getting a 16" Wuhan china and a more crashable ride cymbal as well. I'm sure I'll post pictures again someday.

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Old 11-28-2010, 07:53 AM
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My big super classic kit is about to go back to original 6 piece setup. Single 22" bass, 10", 12", 13", and 16" tom. I ordered the 14" and 18" toms from ludwig. The other bass came from ebay along with a 12" and 16" tom. They will be wrapped and be my 7th kit. Don't know what will become of the 14" and 18" tom.
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Old 11-29-2010, 09:48 PM
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Heres My Ludwigs:

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Drums:

Ludwig Accent CS Custom Elite: Red Sparkle Finish

22"X18" Bass Drum
6"X14" Snare Drum
13"X10" Tom
16'X12" Floor Tom

Cymbals:

14" Sabian AAX Stage Hats
8" AAX Splash
16" Sabian AA-Metal X Crash
20" Meinl Mb10 Bell Blast Ride
20" Wuhan China with Rivets
16" Wuhan China

Heads:

Snare Batter-Evans ST Dry
Snare Resonant-Evans Hazy 300
(Puresound Custom Pro Brass Snare Wires)

Tom Batters-Evans G2
Tom Resonants- Aquarian Hi-Frequency

Bass Batter-Remo Powerstroke Black Suede (with Falam Slam Patch)
Bass Reso-Remo Custom Diamond Plate Graphic Bass Drum Head

Sticks: Vic Firth 5AN

Pedal: Pearl P121TW Double Bass Pedal
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