Let’s see your snare collection!

1951 Boosey&Hawkes Ajax (original calfskin)
1920s Ludwig Universal NOB
Early 70s Premier 2000 COA
1970s Ludwig Thermogloss maple (made from a concert tom)
1990s Premier Cabria eucalyptus
1960s Stewart root beer swirl
Ludwig Vistalite Amber 10 lug
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scooter540

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After 10+ years of buying virtually no new gear I've been on a big purchasing kick. Buying a little bit of everything and trying out some new sounds. Here's my currently full snare rack with the following snares:

N&C SS walnut
Dunnett titanium
Udrum cherry
Ludwig hammered black beauty
Udrum cherry bomb
Tumbling Boulders segmented bubinga
Oriollo phantom
Tama SLP spotted gum

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Not included in this pic are:

DW collectors purplecore
2 SJC maple snares
Inde bronze and brass snares (bronze on order)
Ava mahogany stave (on order)
Summit purpleheart steambent (on order)

Likely going to be purchasing a bell brass at some point, eyeing up the Oriollo Bellmaker.
 

heartbeat

Active Member
Left side: Metal
Ludwig Black Beauty 6.5"
Ludwig Black Beauty 5"
Ludwig Supraphonic 6.5" 402
Ludwig Supraphonic 5" 400
Ludwig Acrolite 6.5" w/tube lugs, keystone
Ludwig Acrolite 6.5" B/O
Ludwig Acrolite 5" 70s
Ludwig Copperphonic 8"

Right side: Wood
Ludwig Legacy Mahogany 6.5"
Ludwig Classic Maple 6.5"
Ludwig Classic Maple 6.5"
Ludwig Pioneer 1965
Ludwig Standard 8"
Pearl Masters Custom
Tama SLP Fat Spruce
DW Collectors Birch VLT 6.5"
Ludwig Classic Maple 5"

And my newest: Ludwig Classic Maple 8-lug 6.5" red/white/blue

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steadypocket

Gold Member
Sadly I lack a group photo of my near 40 snare collection. Best I can offer up is a pic of some of my Tama drums, the Star snares. Technically the Simon Phillips anniversary snare isn’t a Star drum, but it photo-bombed the shot because it shares much of the same DNA from the Star line. 32CDF18D-D6F9-4DF8-BC36-7B3459171627.jpeg
 

PaisteGuy

Active Member
Sadly I lack a group photo of my near 40 snare collection. Best I can offer up is a pic of some of my Tama drums, the Star snares. Technically the Simon Phillips anniversary snare isn’t a Star drum, but it photo-bombed the shot because it shares much of the same DNA from the Star line. View attachment 124998
Jaw on Floor! Between Yours, sfmills, and CBphoto’s snares, That’s some Tama Snare Porn.
 
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PaisteGuy

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My little family of Tama Snares.
 

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