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Old 10-12-2018, 08:30 PM
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That's exactly what they are. The frame makes a bell type sound. It was an 80s thing.
No I see two actual roto toms laying on their heads.
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Old 10-13-2018, 12:27 AM
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No I see two actual roto toms laying on their heads.
I only see the one, but I think you are right after looking again. I only have my phone, so zooming in gets real blurry, but I think I see the rim and tension rods. Either way, lotsa good stuff in that photo to be had.
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Old 10-17-2018, 05:26 PM
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Holy mackerel look at this; it looks like both a dream and a nightmare! And do I see... SPOXE?

I actually live not that far from there, maybe I should go take a look... but I'm skeered...
Update,

So I went to check out this treasure trove last night. I ended up not buying anything (As I was looking for certain specific items) but there's a LOT of stuff there - stands, pedals, thrones, cymbals and a nice collection of snares.

Basically it's a music school that seems to be run by a drummer who has amassed a lot of stuff over the years. So if any of you are in the NYC area and looking for specific bits and pieces for something you're putting together, this would be worth a look.

It was also an interesting history lesson in the bloated hardware of the 80s... there was a Slingerland stand there that was so unnecessarily heavy duty, it looked more like an engine stand than anything. The wingnuts looked like huge moths.
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