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Old 11-30-2008, 08:55 PM
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Hello
This will be my first post. I have lurked around here for a while now, but thought it was time to introduce myself. I did the Q&A below.
I first became aware of this forum when I met Bernhard and Thomas at the DrumSmith pre-NAMM dinner last year. We sat together at a table and introduced our self's. My wife Lisa was working for Drummer World at the time selling advertising. Thomas was telling me about the forum and that I should check it out. I did lurk a bit at the time, but never posted.
More recently though, it was "Mendozart" that brought my attention back to this forum. He had posted some pictures of one of my kits in a thread about a restoration on a Ludwig Blue Oyster Pearl kit. I started checking out the rest of the site and decided to join in the fun.
I will post a few of my restoration projects, as that is where my passion is these days.
My focus has been 1970's Blaemire fiberglass kits, but more recently, I have been working on Ludwig, and a Blaemire/Ludwig hybrid.
Glad to be here....and I hope to be posting more soon.
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BTW- I also posted this on the introduction page just to make sure I was doing this in the correct way.
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Old 11-30-2008, 09:18 PM
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Those Luddies are damn sweet!
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Old 11-30-2008, 09:43 PM
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Hi Jerry

What a nice surprise - of course i remember. How are you doing?

Then you worked or helped Ronn....and Lisa is such a nice lovely person.

Unfortunately, time was not really ready yet then for our project.

Please enjoy your stay at our forum and hopefully we meet soon again. All the best greetings also to Lisa and your drummer son...

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Old 11-30-2008, 09:57 PM
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That first picture is totally Zen. Love it. Nice kits all 'round.

Welcome to the forum.

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...and your drummer son...
Man that kid must be lucky if he gets to play all these beautiful kits! Are those cymbals paistes? Oh yeah welcome to the forum.
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Old 11-30-2008, 10:50 PM
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Yes, those Lud's are nice. I love the setup of the first kit...very nice as well :)
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Old 11-30-2008, 11:16 PM
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Love the Blaemire kit. I had one of their kick drums back in 1975. Welcome to Drummerworld.
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Old 11-30-2008, 11:57 PM
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Welcome aboard, Jerry! Glad to run into you again.

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Old 12-01-2008, 01:13 AM
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Hi Jerry

What a nice surprise - of course i remember. How are you doing?

Then you worked or helped Ronn....and Lisa is such a nice lovely person.

Unfortunately, time was not really ready yet then for our project.

Please enjoy your stay at our forum and hopefully we meet soon again. All the best greetings also to Lisa and your drummer son...

Bernhard
Thanks Bernhard....
Lisa and I are both doing well....she says to say hi. I hope to see you at NAMM again this year, I will be working Ronn's booth again. Also glad to hear that you are doing well....
I look forward to learning all that I can here as well as interacting.
I will tell Lisa and Collin that you send greetings
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Old 12-01-2008, 01:15 AM
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That first picture is totally Zen. Love it. Nice kits all 'round.

Welcome to the forum.

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Thanks.....here is an overhead of the set up.
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Old 12-01-2008, 01:43 AM
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The Blaemire's are so ahead of their time. Other than the mounts, I wouldn't have thought those would've been made any more than ten years ago. Fantastic.
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Old 12-01-2008, 01:52 AM
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Welcome! As seen in MODERN DRUMMER...

Restoration threads ROCK!!! Excellent work all around!

BTW:I s that a GMS or Dunnett kit?

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Old 12-01-2008, 03:16 AM
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Welcome! As seen in MODERN DRUMMER...

Restoration threads ROCK!!! Excellent work all around!

BTW:I s that a GMS or Dunnett kit?
You are correct trkdrmr...the Blaemire kit was in MD in Feb 07 and is also in the current issue of Classic Drummer.
The Titanium kit has Dunnett Ti shells and GMS hardware. It once belonged to Mario Calire. It was built for him by Ronn Dunnet, when he was with GMS. When Mario switched over to Ludwig, he sold the kit to me. I have since added the 14X14 floor tom and the 4.5X14 snare drum, which were not part of his original set up.
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Old 12-01-2008, 03:42 AM
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Hello & Welcome,

Thank you for posting those AWESOME photos!
They Look Beautiful... i'm drooling all over my pc.


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You are correct trkdrmr...the Blaemire kit was in MD in Feb 07 and is also in the current issue of Classic Drummer.
The Titanium kit has Dunnett Ti shells and GMS hardware. It once belonged to Mario Calire. It was built for him by Ronn Dunnet, when he was with GMS. When Mario switched over to Ludwig, he sold the kit to me. I have since added the 14X14 floor tom and the 4.5X14 snare drum, which were not part of his original set up.
Now how do I not remember that issue? Now I need to go back and look it up :)
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Old 12-01-2008, 03:55 AM
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Now how do I not remember that issue? Now I need to go back and look it up :)
It's on the last page "kit o' the month"

I remember that he lacked hoops for the kick drums and they were made for him recently.

He has one heck of a unique collection!

I'd like to hear how the kit sounds, along with that Titanium kit.
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Old 12-01-2008, 04:01 AM
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It's on the last page "kit o' the month"

I remember that he lacked hoops for the kick drums and they were made for him recently.

He has one heck of a unique collection!

I'd like to hear how the kit sounds, along with that Titanium kit.

Oh, I know it's in the back, I just couldnt remember it, lol :)
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Old 12-01-2008, 05:05 AM
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Welcome!

Restoration threads ROCK!!!
I agree....I love to see kits that have been brought back from the dead.
Here are some before pics of three of these kits.
#1-Blue Oyster Pearl (3 pics)
#2-Blaemire/Ludwig hybrid (2 pics)
#3-Blamire kit (the original group of shells....snares,bass, and 8"tom added later)(2 pics)
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Old 12-01-2008, 05:09 AM
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WOW!!!

You have the right gear to do this with! No wonder you could get the best results!

Thanks for posting those pics!

Note to self: get an industrial roller...
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Man that kid must be lucky if he gets to play all these beautiful kits! Are those cymbals paistes? Oh yeah welcome to the forum.
My son has two kits of his own. He started playing when he was four, and he had a small kit that fit him, but when he got tall enough to sit at my kits.....it was time for him to have a full size kit. I did it more out for the preservation of my kits than anything else. He sits at mine once in a while, but prefers his own set up.

Yes those are Paiste cymbals (Signature) on the Blaemire kit. The Ti kit is set up with mostly Paiste (Dark Energy) cymbals, with a Sabian Fierce crash (19), and a set of Zidjian Sound Lab 12" X-hats.
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Hey Jerry, glad to see that you've posted over here.

I've been lucky to see some of Jerry's work up close, and even purchase a few items from him. I think I'm attracted to the passion he puts into his drum building and restoration masterpieces. When I first picked up my ' 71 Ludwig kit, he generously offered his expertise and phone # for future questions. I was lucky to work in his booth at the recent Hollywood custom and vintage show and it was a most memorable weekend. That Blaemire kit is soooo sweet, and it was fun to play it a bit. Glad to see his wealth of drum knowledge make it to this forum.
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Old 12-02-2008, 06:55 PM
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Hey Jerry, glad to see that you've posted over here.

I've been lucky to see some of Jerry's work up close, and even purchase a few items from him. I think I'm attracted to the passion he puts into his drum building and restoration masterpieces. When I first picked up my ' 71 Ludwig kit, he generously offered his expertise and phone # for future questions. I was lucky to work in his booth at the recent Hollywood custom and vintage show and it was a most memorable weekend. That Blaemire kit is soooo sweet, and it was fun to play it a bit. Glad to see his wealth of drum knowledge make it to this forum.
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Glad you recommended this forum to me again....I think I will like it here.
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Old 12-02-2008, 07:46 PM
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Those blue oyster pearl Ludwigs were my first pro kit reincarnated. Wow what a blast from my past. I had a 24" BD, 12,14, racks and 16 and 18 floors. You sure brought back some fond memories. My bearing edges were horrible, major high and low spots, which killed the drums tuning range and pureness of note, plus the racks lost all resonance as soon as you put them on their mounts, and I hated them. I was soured on Ludwig from then on. If I had them now I'd re cut the bearing edges and suspension mount them. Then they would probably sound better than my new DW's.
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Old 12-02-2008, 08:42 PM
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Those blue oyster pearl Ludwigs were my first pro kit reincarnated. Wow what a blast from my past. I had a 24" BD, 12,14, racks and 16 and 18 floors. You sure brought back some fond memories. My bearing edges were horrible, major high and low spots, which killed the drums tuning range and pureness of note, plus the racks lost all resonance as soon as you put them on their mounts, and I hated them. I was soured on Ludwig from then on. If I had them now I'd re cut the bearing edges and suspension mount them. Then they would probably sound better than my new DW's.
Here are a couple of shots of the re-cut edges. I took this profile right from Ludwig's new Legacy edges. I had a set that I did some work on for a friend, and was surprised at the resonance that came from the toms. I also put a center mount and standard Ludwig tom mount on his Legacy's, and the mounted tom sounded just as good with the direct mount as it did with the "rims" type mount the set comes with. That is what inspired me to go ahead and do the same to my Blue Oyster Pearl restoration. This is the best sounding vintage three ply I have ever heard......at least to my ears.
I envy that you had a 24 in your set up. A friend has one on his Blue Oyster kit.....but this 22" does sound good. It is the only shallow bass I have, at 14".
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Oh man I'd love to hear them. Sound clip pleeeeeeze! I had a set of gems and didn't realize it, I think I sold them for 200. You did such a great job. Oh and I did love my 24" kick drum, it was the best sounding drum of the kit. Congratulations Drunjinx, you really did a great job. I'm definitely envious.
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Interested in renting that wrapping machine?
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truly beautiful drums man just absolutely fabulous and the exact reason why this site rocks!
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Welcome to the forum. Great looking sets of drums and I do like the photos showing the safety equipment and mask. keep you health as long as possible.
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...Welcome to the greatest collection of drum porn on the internet.

And thank you for your contribution to it.

I have a couple of nice kits, but there is something about a pristine Ludwig four piece that brings out the warm and fuzzies.

One day perhaps.

Once again, welcome and I hope that your stay here is a pleasant one.

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Cool, i remember that fibreglass kit from modern drummer. Nice work man.
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There is just no way I would ever put such gorgeous instruments that close to a pool. That's just begging for a mishap!

Beautiful kits though.
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My focus has been 1970's Blaemire fiberglass kits, but more recently, I have been working on Ludwig, and a Blaemire/Ludwig hybrid.
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I understand the orange mod citrus ludwig/blaemire was recently sold. I happen to know the buyer. Which means I'll eventually get to try them out.

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I understand the orange mod citrus ludwig/blaemire was recently sold. I happen to know the buyer. Which means I'll eventually get to try them out.

-way cool- :)
Hey trk,
I actually got to sit down at the kit two weeks ago and I guarantee "smoke" is going to love those drums. The kit was actually offerred to me first and as much as they sounded great, I'm just not a "mod finish" guy. Jerry did a phenomenal job on this kit and I knew it would eventually find it's right owner. But, I did make a deal to pick up a 16x18 Blaemire floor tom, and with some good luck, will eventually be the owner of a full Blaemire kit. These drums sound like no other!
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Old 02-17-2009, 08:44 AM
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Hey trk,
I actually got to sit down at the kit two weeks ago and I guarantee "smoke" is going to love those drums. The kit was actually offerred to me first and as much as they sounded great, I'm just not a "mod finish" guy. Jerry did a phenomenal job on this kit and I knew it would eventually find it's right owner. But, I did make a deal to pick up a 16x18 Blaemire floor tom, and with some good luck, will eventually be the owner of a full Blaemire kit. These drums sound like no other!
Yeah, Smoke has a fiberglass kit, but it's very new, compared to almost 4 decades old. I am curious to hear what they sound like side by side.

I am not an "orange" person either, but it does look kind of cool. I would be more apt to go for the green finish.

I saw Hal Blaine's Blaemires (with smoke) at Donn Bennett's drum studio last month. Remembering some of Hal's work with them, I never heard two-headed Blaemire, just the concert toms.

If they are anything like Smoke's kit, they are very round and warm--very wood-like but with more projection. Pity they didn't catch on like they should have. So much sonic potential...
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Old 02-19-2009, 12:42 AM
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Hey guys
I hear you have been talking about me...:)
I did sell the Mod Orange kit to Smoke. He is also going to get a 16X18 with that kit.
Here is a new bunch of shells that I recently picked up.
This almost rivals my first find, of my monster kit.
This was a group of shells that Andy Florio bought, and was wrapping to be used as his own personal kit. Not sure why he stopped, but I know that he was dealing with emphysema.
There are a few interesting oddities about this kit....
Andy's name is embedded in the fiberglass on the inside of the shells, in the same way that the Blaemire logo is. I am assuming that Andy asked Allen B. to do this for him when he ordered the shells. One of the shells has a red tint to it, instead of green or yellow.
The bass drum for this kit,seems to be a 14X18 shell that is part of this group. There was a single Remo head that has Andy's name and picture on it. Even some of the sizes are a little strange.
The sizes are as follows....5X6...7X6...7.5X8...8X10...8.5X12...9X1 3...16X14...16X15...16X16...14X18.
Although this will be a hard kit to break up, I just don't see the need to have another large kit.....and red....not me.
I am going to keep the 14 and one of the 6's. All of the shells have now been spoken for, including some that will go to Greg (Mendozart)
Anyway...for some reason, these Blaemire shells keep coming to me.
It is always great to restore these drums.





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Hey guys
I hear you have been talking about me...:)
I did sell the Mod Orange kit to Smoke. He is also going to get a 16X18 with that kit.
Here is a new bunch of shells that I recently picked up.
This almost rivals my first find, of my monster kit.
This was a group of shells that Andy Florio bought, and was wrapping to be used as his own personal kit. Not sure why he stopped, but I know that he was dealing with emphysema.
Really cool bit of history! Smoke was wondering if Blaemire still made shells, or when he stopped production.

Those are odd, but useable sizes.

Are they 3mm thick like Smoke's drums or are they more like Tama fiberstar?
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Old 02-19-2009, 01:30 AM
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Really cool bit of history! Smoke was wondering if Blaemire still made shells, or when he stopped production.

Those are odd, but useable sizes.

Are they 3mm thick like Smoke's drums or are they more like Tama fiberstar?
Blaemires are no longer made.
They are about 1/8" thick...but I have seen variations. These were all hand spun on metal mandrels.
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Wow.
Simply, just wow.

Those are some amzing kits you have there.
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All of the shells have now been spoken for, including some that will go to Greg (Mendozart)
Man, this set is going to Rock guys! Stay tuned.
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