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Old 04-24-2014, 05:33 AM
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Default Hello from Argentina - What snare is this?

Hello, my name is Pablo DīAuria and i would like to know what brand and model is this snare drum.

I think its a TAMA but not sure, maybe you can help me!

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Old 04-24-2014, 05:44 AM
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beware that there are 2 different lug types on there, so its hard to tell.
maybe lots has been replaced.
it is steel and in pretty poor condition, bad lug splay.
also the strainer looks pretty cheap.

i would not pay much for that drum.
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Old 04-24-2014, 05:57 AM
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no badge?
beware that there are 2 different lug types on there, so its hard to tell.
maybe lots has been replaced.
it is steel and in pretty poor condition, bad lug splay.
also the strainer looks pretty cheap.

i would not pay much for that drum.
Hello opentune
Its a friendīs snare, i am not trying to buy or sell it, we d only like to know what brand and model is.
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Old 04-24-2014, 06:16 AM
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Default Re: Hello from Argentina - What snare is this?

Those lugs look like Fibes, I can's say for certain what brand it is though. Guessing 80's based on the strainer. Try placing a magnet to the shell, if it sticks then you have steel, if not then brass or aluminum.

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Old 04-24-2014, 06:26 AM
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Those lugs look like Fibes, I can's say for certain what brand it is though. Guessing 80's based on the strainer. Try placing a magnet to the shell, if it sticks then you have steel, if not then brass or aluminum.

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I count four different lugs. The obvious is the Pearl coffin style lugs. The upper right, far upper left, and second from left on the top are all different and I don't recognize them. The strainer, roller, and frame look identical to an 80's model Pearl Export steel snare I used to own. My guess would be that it is a Pearl, but I can't say for sure. That bottom hoop is ruined, it looks like it was dropped. The hoop is all kinds of bent.

There are also extra holes in the shell. The ones that are farthest right are obviously from a muffler, but the other two sets I have no idea. It almost looks as if someone tried to drill lug holes but put them in the wrong spot.

The Pearl MX 10x14 steel snare from the mid 80's has a very, very similar shell.
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