Hayman " Cannon " kit.

paradiddle pete

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I managed to find a clip of Australian Band The Wild Cherries with a kit in around 1971, took some pics with my phone from you tube. it's the only image I can find online..Not much info on these around that I can find,, any other pics would be appreciated.
 

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MrInsanePolack

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There was a brand of drums here called Cannon. They were beginner(ish) drums, and sold everything from 3 piece to 9 piece double bass kits. Is this the same Cannon you are referring to?

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10 Tama Rockstar style lugs, Pearl style tom mount and spurs, I remember these well but never thought anything of them.
 

wraub

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paradiddle pete

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There was a brand of drums here called Cannon. They were beginner(ish) drums, and sold everything from 3 piece to 9 piece double bass kits. Is this the same Cannon you are referring to?

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10 Tama Rockstar style lugs, Pearl style tom mount and spurs, I remember these well but never thought anything of them.
No Cannon was a nickname because of the length of the bass drum, pretty unusual in '71..
 
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