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james 03-05-2016 09:28 PM

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Late 70's OBP (bowling ball). 22, 12, 16. Took them out for their first gig last week. They really sound great tuned up high. Used a 2009 supra phonic with them.

James

DownTownFarmer 03-06-2016 01:06 AM

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Originally Posted by R.Adam McHugh (Post 375232)
I just bought this 1966 Luddy downbeat (sans snare) from Don Bennett (lovely bloke, would like to meet him one day), shipped to Oz for a bit over $3000USD all up, which is probably a lot, but the kit is beautiful and in such good condition I didn't mind forking out. These are some pics from the ad. Can't wait to take it out for a test drive - jazz gig this Friday!

Loving all the kits on this thread, by the way, nice to be able to add one of my own!
Cheers,
Trev

That wrap is stunning. Beautiful kit.

Mitch

jaghog 03-06-2016 08:27 AM

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i like it too i have a last of the bb wrap a 77 78 kit 4 piece from a distance near my obp 64 kit they look similar ludwig got the last gen right then they discontinued it my kit will be for sale at the drum show

latzanimal 03-07-2016 05:35 AM

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Originally Posted by jccabinets (Post 379817)
Man you guys must really rock out, heck of a setup!

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Originally Posted by grantro (Post 379818)
Especially for weddings, LOL!!

Cheers

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Originally Posted by Dan Boucher (Post 379825)
Wow, you are doing some serious wedding gigs. How long does that take to set up?

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Originally Posted by R.Adam McHugh (Post 379837)
So, lots of ballads, eh?

Thanks guys...

Takes about 45 mins to setup..

and yes, they are serious weddings.....LoLoLoLo

latzanimal 03-07-2016 05:41 AM

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Here's a zoomed out pic....

http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/a...7&d=1218610019

jccabinets 03-07-2016 06:30 AM

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Originally Posted by latzanimal (Post 380087)

Next wedding gig call me, can I be your Rhode for one gig? That is a wedding reception that has to be a blast.

R.Adam McHugh 03-07-2016 07:30 AM

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Thanks Mitch and Jaghog! Been recording with it too, sounds fantastic. I'm really happy I coughed up the dough!
Really like the wrap on yours as well, Jaghog! Is there a lug missing on that top tom, or a trick of the camera?

ardrummer 03-07-2016 01:39 PM

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Early 80's Ludwig Rocker/Phaser (I re-wrapped them in turquoise sparkle, they used to be a solid red wrap)

latzanimal 03-08-2016 05:50 AM

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Originally Posted by jccabinets (Post 380090)
Next wedding gig call me, can I be your Rhode for one gig? That is a wedding reception that has to be a blast.

You bet... Party

robyn64 03-08-2016 10:47 PM

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really love all the Ludwigs posted. sure thought i had mine posted in this thread,but guess i hadn't. oh well, gonna post them now. :)
ok heres my orphan Ludwigs...made up of a....
1964 14" jazz festival
1966 12" rack tom
1966 16" fl. tom
1968 13" rack tom and
1968 bass/kick drum
nothing real special, but to me, they are the most specailest.
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