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Old 08-18-2019, 08:30 PM
Whatarethese123 Whatarethese123 is offline
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Default Ludwig COB and 26'' Bass Drum (And more!)

Hey y'all. A few months back I got these drums from a relative who had been a professional drummer and had kept them in his garage for 40+ years.

Had to track down some parts for them. Mainly a proper COB hoop, but thanks to Jaghog, I got that done. (You're the bee's knees man!)

(Also thanks to anyone who took time to answer any questions I had in various posts across the forum.)

So I figured I had to show off them off now they're done. Learned a lot of new things through this process. Namely that Evaporust and Quick-Glo are magical products, and that COBs are the greatest sounding drums. Seriously this thing absolutely sings.

Pictures here. Wish that the badge wasn't scratched, but c'est la vie.



But wait! There's more! During this process, I continued to go to sales and found a few more goodies (for outrageous prices! I've posted about them before I think?). Cleaned those up as well so here's some pics for y'all!

A shoutout on these to Creighton for answering a bunch of questions about vibratory tumblers. Those things are great!
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Old 08-19-2019, 12:36 PM
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Default Re: Ludwig COB and 26'' Bass Drum (And more!)

Can you upload those pics into the thread rather than via the link?
That way the images can stay with the thread in case you change anything on that hosting site.
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