Would you spend $200,000 on someone else's custom Ludwigs?

CommanderRoss

Silver Member
Seeing this makes me want to get 2 junk bass drums & try this "vent hose" look just to see what it would do with the sound.
 

Neal Pert

Well-known member
Yeah, definitely. I'd buy it for my yacht and one day when I lost my temper at a party I'd throw it overboard.
 

Otto

Platinum Member
uh...no...even if I had that cash to throw around...too many people having a hard time eating for me to be that cavalier.
 

Otto

Platinum Member
The proceeds go to charity, so it's not as bad as it could be.
...except the cuts taken for the auction/handling/taxes/etc...direct personal involvement locally to work against the various ills we suffer is far more productive...keeps more resource pushing against the issue(s)...but yeah...it could be worse.
 

SharkSandwich

Junior Member
No. However calling them "someone else's custom Ludwigs" don't really seem accurate.

The question should really be, "Would you pay $200,000 for a piece of rock n' roll history?"
 

Lee-Bro

Senior Member
No. However calling them "someone else's custom Ludwigs" don't really seem accurate.

The question should really be, "Would you pay $200,000 for a piece of rock n' roll history?"

That's called 'spin,' baby! I gotta get everyone worked up to click the link. Make the headline outrageous so they read the article. Pre-programmed outrage of the thought "someone else's kit would be worth MY money." ;-)
 

mikyok

Platinum Member
Do you get the bottom hoops and heads, could be a deal breaker 🤣🤣🤣
 

Ghostin one

Senior Member
...except the cuts taken for the auction/handling/taxes/etc...direct personal involvement locally to work against the various ills we suffer is far more productive...keeps more resource pushing against the issue(s)...but yeah...it could be worse.
"...100% of the selling price will be going to charity via the Frangioni Foundation and Mr. Holland's Opus."
Beyond that, I don't know how much Alex or his drums are capable of $2-300K worth of "direct personal involvement..."

Guitars have been selling for crazy money for decades. I don't see why drums shouldn't.
 
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