What's your latest purchase?

bermuda

Drummerworld Pro Drummer - Administrator
Staff member
I bought my first actual “drum rug”. Not hugely exciting, but it goes well with my taste in drums.?

I took that rug on tour this year, and it held up GREAT! Of course I was pretty much the only one who could actually see it... :)

Bermuda
 

Jbravo

Senior Member
I took that rug on tour this year, and it held up GREAT! Of course I was pretty much the only one who could actually see it... :)

Bermuda

I’m glad to hear that! It actually is lighter weight than I expected. If it holds up to touring I doubt it’ll have any problems holding up in the man cave.?
 

wildbill

Platinum Member
I’m glad to hear that! It actually is lighter weight than I expected. If it holds up to touring I doubt it’ll have any problems holding up in the man cave.?


You're almost there. Now you just need one of these:
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A good thing to drop a hint to someone for christmas or something.
 

dwsabianguy

Senior Member
I got my 6.5x13" Yamaha Brass Nouveau snare back last week. That's the drum I played in my high school band before I traded it for a few microphones to a guy who recently asked me to help him clear out his studio, and in return I got a few bucks and my old snare back. It even had the same heads on it! It's a fantastic drum.

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I also got tired of having to shoehorn the tripod of my DW 9000-series snare stand into my setup, so I traded it in for one of the new Ludwig Atlas Pro snare stands with the Pillar Clutch basket after trying out a few different stands. It goes as high as I need it go (and, unfortunately, no higher) but I really like the basket and would gladly buy another one or two or three, especially if they make one with a taller base for rack toms.
 

Jbravo

Senior Member
You're almost there. Now you just need one of these:
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A good thing to drop a hint to someone for christmas or something.

Oh, I’ve got the Ludwig and Paiste collections, although not that particular shirt. I’ll probably need that now too!?
 

KarlCrafton

Platinum Member
Just got this 20" China Boy High on eBay.
Good price, and I always liked this model. It has rivets too, which I like.
Should have it next week :)
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markdrumz

Junior Member
Canopus Club Kit in Bermuda Sand wrap and a Doc Sweeney Stave Kit, mixed species shells of White Oak and Leopardwood. My wife is right on the edge and ready to beat me to death in my sleep....
 

Fred D

Pioneer Member
My new snare is in the wood on that pallet.
 

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Lennytoons

Senior Member
1967 Ludwig Acrolite in mint, near museum quality condition. Very different I must say from my '76 Acrolite. With the same tuning it has a bit more ring and snap.
 

Drumolator

Platinum Member
Yesterday I bought a Rhythm Tech drum set tambourine in white. Peace and goodwill.
 

mikyok

Platinum Member
Scored this bad boy on market place. Mapex Deep Forest Walnut 14 X 6.5. Looking forward to getting my mits on her.

Had my eye on the 30th anniversary snare which is based on the deep forest. Got the original for less than half the cost of the 30th anniversary.
 

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Fred D

Pioneer Member
I don't see too many pieces long enough for a 14 inch diameter snare. Will it be all pieces, or is the picture deceptive.?

Yeah, they assemble the plies and then lay the plies up. The plies are made of segments that are micro sewn together. Once that is done is made like any other ply drum. Should be here tomorrow. We'll see.
 
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