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Old 12-08-2018, 05:21 AM
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Default First time with drum wraps questions

I'm wondering where I can find drum wraps that are the same or near identical to the ones used by DW and Ludwig etc. Like maybe a mod orange that Ludwig uses or emerald onyx that DW uses? I'd hate to buy something and then try to match it up only to find out it's a slightly different finish

Also I've heard they can get pretty expensive. How much on average would you say it cost to wrap a snare? I've seen some videos online and I think I can install no problem

I know it's kind of easy to match up black oyster pearl or silver sparkle, but some of the wraps are a little more unique and I'm trying to get good matches

Maybe y'all have some recommendations on who to contact and what companies will take care of me? Thanks
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Old 12-08-2018, 08:27 AM
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https://precisiondrum.com/


Precision is right down the road from me. They are awesome at selling wraps and re wrapping if you want it done professionally. I'd contact them and start from there. Many of this site have used them with great results.
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Old 12-08-2018, 05:09 PM
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Default Re: First time with drum wraps questions

I've never bought any wrap from Precision Drum (other than some bass hoop inlays) but I've had them do several bearing edge jobs and a shell cut-down job and they've always been fast, professional, and did exceptionally good work.

I'm not sure if they have Mod Orange though. You might also check out Jammin Sam.

If matching is a concern, or you just want a better idea what the wraps look like in real life, either place should sell you some samples if you ask.
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Old 12-08-2018, 05:18 PM
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Default Re: First time with drum wraps questions

If you are at all handy, wrapping should be fairly easy and if it's just a snare, fairly reasonable. I've used Jammin Sam in the past and had great results.
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Old 12-08-2018, 06:20 PM
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Default Re: First time with drum wraps questions

I'm just thinking, I wonder where drum companies source their wraps from. I mean I doubt they make their own right?

I have heard great things about precision and jammin, I'll probably be contacting them thanks
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