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Old 08-10-2020, 04:53 PM
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I remember a similar deal saying how nice a 14 would be !
Oh I found it..it was the club date wmp 12,20, with a regular 16 floor

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Old 08-10-2020, 05:22 PM
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Oh I found it..it was the club date wmp 12,20, with a regular 16 floor
Do you think the price is fair?
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Old 08-10-2020, 06:07 PM
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That’s a nice clean S102. A few noteworthy details on the Club Date may indicate a mutt set however the 3
Sparkles could be a set. Looks like a 4 spur BD which means older. I often see that set up on 22s. Be sure to ask for the 2 other spurs. The absence of a consolette could indicate preserial or potential rewrap. I’m not very familiar with virgin Club Dates. The grommet seems seems much darker when compared to the other two. Hardware looks chrome. I think of nickel for the older stuff. The BD hoops are very clean. Perhaps repainted. How common is it to see two cymbal mounts on a Club Date? Would a hoop mount indicate a diamond plate on the tom? The ‘65ish and older 9.5mm tom mounts are more rounded with a Mickey Mouse thumb screw w/o eye bolt. The mount looks like the updated squared eye-bolt & nut style on a lot of late ‘65 to newer. I see a BB muffler. FT is a Classic which is not unusual to add to a Club Date. The upper badge placement rules out preserial. So again I’m thinking mid ‘65 or newer. Knowing muffler type, interiors, and serial numbers would help. $750 is not bad however the set may have been put together. Someone with better knowledge on that BD may add important insight.

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Old 08-10-2020, 07:04 PM
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Well, JR.. Since we're playing I'll show ya mine / you show me yours, here's my latest project. I acquired my Silver Sparkle (glass glitter?) Rogers Top Hat set a few months ago. A few weeks ago I acquired a matching Luxor snare drum to go with the drum set. I just finished re-wrapping an old set of Ludwig bongos that had previously been Red Sparkle-wrapped after the original solid white wrap had been removed. The new Silver Glass Glitter wrap matches pretty well.
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Old 08-10-2020, 07:49 PM
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That’s a nice clean S102. A few noteworthy details on the Club Date may indicate a mutt set however the 3
Sparkles could be a set. Looks like a 4 spur BD which means older. I often see that set up on 22s. Be sure to ask for the 2 other spurs. The absence of a consolette could indicate preserial or potential rewrap. I’m not very familiar with virgin Club Dates. The grommet seems seems much darker when compared to the other two. Hardware looks chrome. I think of nickel for the older stuff. The BD hoops are very clean. Perhaps repainted. How common is it to see two cymbal mounts on a Club Date? Would a hoop mount indicate a diamond plate on the tom? The ‘65ish and older 9.5mm tom mounts are more rounded with a Mickey Mouse thumb screw w/o eye bolt. The mount looks like the updated squared eye-bolt & nut style on a lot of late ‘65 to newer. I see a BB muffler. FT is a Classic which is not unusual to add to a Club Date. The upper badge placement rules out preserial. So again I’m thinking mid ‘65 or newer. Knowing muffler type, interiors, and serial numbers would help. $750 is not bad however the set may have been put together. Someone with better knowledge on that BD may add important insight.
I'm not too concerned if it's all original or just pieced together. I believe the floor could bring $350-400 on it's own, at least that's what I've seen sell for on Reverb.
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Old 08-10-2020, 08:52 PM
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Johnny Ringo,that Is a very good trade for that Hollywood kit,
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Old 08-10-2020, 09:15 PM
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Sure you could probably get that for the FT or profit $400-500 if you sell the drums separately and it all works out. I’m still thinking a ‘65 CD 20” 4 spur BD with two cymbal mounts and no consolette is an anomaly or just not correct. Obviously, finding a buyer via this posting before you buy would be a super win. GLWS!
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