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Old 07-20-2019, 12:08 PM
Mike Curotto Mike Curotto is offline
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Default Re: 1932-34 SLINGERLAND 6.5 x 14 ROSE PEARL DuALL (AN AMAZING RESTORATION) LL

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Originally Posted by jaghog View Post
Wow mike what a job
Well done
Btw do you ever play any of your snares
Gary
Lol
I don't play vintage snare drums because I set them up as they would have been set up 80-100 years ago, to wit, calf heads, gut/silk-wound/Snappi snares and all original hardware so the sound of those drums in this set up are not the modern sound that I prefer....of my 650 snare drums I have 60 modern day snare drums (Craviotto, Dunnett, D'Amico, Ludwig etc.) that I use in my drum studio all of the time.

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Old 07-20-2019, 07:32 PM
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Default Re: 1932-34 SLINGERLAND 6.5 x 14 ROSE PEARL DuALL (AN AMAZING RESTORATION) LL

Still though...it would be nice to hear/see someone with really great technique play a selection of those vintage drums just for historical purposes. Not that many people play drums set up like that anymore, but there are also a lot of people who have never heard what those drums sound like because they've only been exposed to modern sounding drums.
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