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  1. GaryNattrass
    09-28-2015 01:23 PM
    Hi there I saw your post re Premier 60's snares and as I am just up the road at Cornsay DH7 9EL you are welcome to pop over and see mine and ask some further questions if you wish. I have three 60's premier royal ace snares and two 70's 2000 alloy ser. my mobile number is 07833 766966 best regards. Gary
  2. Eminent Destiny
    11-03-2014 04:56 PM
    Eminent Destiny
    Ya, thats why I asked if you had a cellphone that you could take pics with. Pics are a pain in the butt on this forum. But I figured out how to do it with the phone and it seems easier. My cell is 951 710 7957. I can upload them that way.
  3. Olddrumgeek
    11-02-2014 08:16 PM
    Have just sent them to you but I then received a text saying failure to send, and lines of complicated codes followed. I must get my head down now will follow up in morning!?
  4. vintagemore2000
    11-02-2014 06:43 PM
    this is m boomwhack@gmail.com you can send them to me there.y email address
  5. Olddrumgeek
    10-27-2014 07:43 AM
    I have a 60s radio king snare, it has a black and tan - i think that's the right term-badge serial no 5603. Sorry cant send pictures yet, I want to know why it has 10 lugs and no snare extension bridges, it is wmp gone a nice greeny colour, I think it definitely is (I hope) a solid maple shell, there are no extra holes. It has the 967a three point strainer. I would love it if anyone can give me any informative knowledge on this.
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    Am drumming in two big band.Looking again for a regular gigging band
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    Collecting vintage snare drums and some cymbals, practicing and giging
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