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    Updated family shot. I've been making some changes over the past couple months.

    Here is the current assortment.



    Left, top-down: Ludwigs Acrolite (1966), Supraphonic LM402 (2010s), Black Beauty 6.5 (2017)

    Middle: Ayotte 13x8 8ply in African Walnut Satin (2008) / Yamaha Jimmy Chamberlin Signature Snare (2006-2016?)

    Right: Taye Metalworks Brass in Brushed Nickel 14x5 (2000s-2010s) and Vintage Brass (2012-2016).



    Gone are the small 12x7 Ayotte, the 12x6 Taye Steel, and a Taye Metalworks Aluminum I had.

    Newly added are a 1966 Ludwig Acrolite, a 2010s Ludwig Supraphonic, a new-in-box 2017 Ludwig Black Beauty, and a Yamaha Jimmy Chamberlin Signature snare.

    I would like to edit down to just these:



    One more shot for my own vanity.

    A simple, elegant design is good engineering.

    Axis | Ayotte | Evans | Gibraltar | Ludwig | Pro-Mark | Remo | Roc-N-Soc | SKB | Taye | Vic Firth | Whitney| Yamaha | Zildjian

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    Quote Originally Posted by drummerMD View Post
    My good 'ol woody wood sounding snare. Killer sound! maple at it's finest. My Ludwig 12 lug.
    What's the story behind this? Caught my eye!
    A simple, elegant design is good engineering.

    Axis | Ayotte | Evans | Gibraltar | Ludwig | Pro-Mark | Remo | Roc-N-Soc | SKB | Taye | Vic Firth | Whitney| Yamaha | Zildjian

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    Mr.B I want that Ayotte!!! gorgeous
    19pc Yamaha Maple Custom Vintage | 12pc PDP X7 | 9pc Ludwig Jr. | 8pc Pork Pie ZebraWood | 6pc Sonor | 5pc Orbitone |4pc Sonor Martini | 5pc Gretsch Energy | 41 Snare drums and growing!

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    Thank you, sir! It took a little bit to dial it it, but it likes being tuned low. I probably should pick up a spare throw off at some point should mine wear out.
    A simple, elegant design is good engineering.

    Axis | Ayotte | Evans | Gibraltar | Ludwig | Pro-Mark | Remo | Roc-N-Soc | SKB | Taye | Vic Firth | Whitney| Yamaha | Zildjian

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    Here's a composite of my DW's. Not pictured 2 Ludwigs and a PDP Platinum.
    Cut it large and kick it into place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrB View Post
    What's the story behind this? Caught my eye!
    Sorry for the delayed response Mr.B, I work long hrs sometimes. The snare is 1980 Ludwig coliseum maple 12 lug 14x8 in. Drum was too heavy so I stripped the bow tie lugs and die cast hoops off and lightened it up w/ego large tube lugs( chrome aluminum w/stainless steel threaded inserts). also put single flange hoops and later added the P86 throw. The P85 throw bit the dust! I bought it new in 1980.

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    A new old 2005 Brady Sheoak Block.

    Frkn heck what a beast in sound and weight. This was always high on my wishlist and it was more then a steal to buy.




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    Quote Originally Posted by musiqman View Post




    Totally awesome! I love it! Same snare throw that's on my two drum craft snares. I like them a lot but made of acrylic made me nervous so I took the one off my 6x13 maple and put a 3 pos. dunnett throw quick disconnect on it....... that snare of yours is beautiful!

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    I got this one in a package deal with some cymbal stands, and some orphaned drums for $50---didn't think much about it because I just wanted the parts from the bass drum. I have no idea who made it, or what kind of wood they used, but this thing is amazing! 14 x 6.5, 1.6 hoops, Aquarian High Energy batter with Aquarian snare side? 16 strand wires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drummerMD View Post
    Totally awesome! I love it! Same snare throw that's on my two drum craft snares. I like them a lot but made of acrylic made me nervous so I took the one off my 6x13 maple and put a 3 pos. dunnett throw quick disconnect on it....... that snare of yours is beautiful!
    Thanks! it sounds so good. I tend to keep the strainer. I do use the older Dunnett swivel strainer on another snare, very handy as a lefty. Maybe Ill upgrade this NW strainer some time to the new Dunnett model.

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    Here's my snaredrums

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    *Tama Starclassic Birch/Bubinga Hyperdrive 8", 10", 12", 16", 22"
    *Sonor Benny Greb Signature Snare Drum
    *Yamaha Birch Custom 14"x4" snare drum
    *Tama Artwood Maple 14"x6,5" Snare Drum
    *Sabian cymbals

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    Man, so many beautiful drums here and so much variety! I only have one snare drum and I just love it!



    Last edited by Cpt. Canuck; 05-24-2017 at 07:59 PM.

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