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regularjohn 11-07-2016 12:32 PM

Hayman drums
 
Anyone know much about hayman drums other than where they originated from.. I have access to a 5 piece in ok shape.. Are they worth much or desirable?? Was going to do a resto job on it but wondered if it's worth it?
Hardware and badges are intact.

Thanks

pgm554 11-07-2016 02:02 PM

Re: Hayman drums
 
Bruford played a Vibrasonic set back in the day.
The equivalent of an older Ludwig.
Pro level quality.
Caveat,metric threads and almost impossible to get new lug bolts for.

salty 1322 11-07-2016 02:49 PM

Re: Hayman drums
 
Hey, Regular,
I think I can help. Because of my recent tribulations with Arbiter drums, I came across the name George Hayman (I think it was George) more than once. Google Ivor Arbiter and you'll see how Mr.Hayman and Mr. Arbiter had a relationship in the drum industry. Probably cool drums. Quite historic from what I understand. Hope this helps.
Brian

seantdrums 05-08-2017 07:25 AM

Re: Hayman drums
 
For all Hayman parts goto www.nickhopkindrums.com or www.drum-attic.co.uk both in the UK and have all the spares you need. sean. Tell them sean sent you im good friends with both guys. You might even get discount. At drum attic he is call Tristan and sells all parts for all drums. Also Nick sells all sorts of stuff for every make. Two very useful websites home and abroad.


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