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toolskid 2nd December 2006 11:19 AM

Drum Specific Stuff for Sale
 
Heres a thread for drum specific sales only, as a lot of these get lost in the 2nd hand forum....

lincolndrums 8th December 2006 09:13 PM

Wow!
 
That's a nice looking Starclassic! I love that green flake!

If anyone is looking for a trick way to mount a microphone on your kick drum, give these a try! Totally eliminates the need for extra stands on the kick drum mic!

www.drummicrophonemounts.com

cajonezzz 9th December 2006 02:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lincolndrums (Post 1009507)
That's a nice looking Starclassic! I love that green flake!

If anyone is looking for a trick way to mount a microphone on your kick drum, give these a try! Totally eliminates the need for extra stands on the kick drum mic!

www.drummicrophonemounts.com

Looks interesting and I'm sure miles better than the May system ( vibration ick) but man... pricey for what it is.... for me at least.
I think you'll do well with this if you can get it sub 100bucks.

fwiw.


cz

bleen 9th December 2006 02:21 AM

I've got a like-new 16x22" Ludwig Classic Maple kick with a Tama mount for sale. It's less than two years old, never been out of the studio and sounds killer.

$400+shipping obo

http://dongunn.com/photos/kick.jpg

toolskid 13th January 2007 09:21 AM

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I'm selling a prototype Zildjian 22" Ride that was made for Dennis Chambers. It's a really cool sounding cymbal and for fans out there: Dennis's name is even etched into the stamp! Its serial 007 and has been played very little!

Make me an offer!

chetatkinsdiet 6th March 2007 09:53 PM

I've got two Tama Superstar kick drums for sale. Both are traditional depth drums, not power-depth. One is a 24" and one 22". Let me know if you want to see pics. They're in Texas. Shipping on the 22" isn't that big of a deal, but the 24 is huge. It's too big to ship outside of the US and even fairly expensive if it goes too far in the US. Man, do they sound great though. Cherry wine if you're curious.

m

C/G 6th March 2007 10:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chetatkinsdiet (Post 1165761)
I've got two Tama Superstar kick drums for sale. Both are traditional depth drums, not power-depth. One is a 24" and one 22". Let me know if you want to see pics. They're in Texas. Shipping on the 22" isn't that big of a deal, but the 24 is huge. It's too big to ship outside of the US and even fairly expensive if it goes too far in the US. Man, do they sound great though. Cherry wine if you're curious.

m

Old 24" Superstar kicks sound amazing.

I would have kept my old set of Superstars if the toms were traditional depths and not power toms that were 5 feet deep.

bleen 6th March 2007 10:29 PM

My Ludwig kick drum (see the green sparkle one a few posts above...) is still available, too.

$300 now!!boing

dnafe 12th March 2007 12:45 AM

Five Piece Ayotte kit
 
I'm posting this for a friend of mine.

Here's a link to its consignment add at Songbird Miusic in Ottawa

Ayotte Custom Maple 5pc Kit, Wood Hoops, Snare - Song Bird Music


Please forward any questions you might have to Michel Legault at

[email protected]

Price is negotiable

thanks for looking

bleen 16th March 2007 02:06 PM

5x14" Keplinger Stainless Steel Snare
 
I have too many metal snares and another Keplinger, so it's time to let one go.

This is in mint condition and like all of his drums, indestructible.

$450 + shipping.

http://keplingerdrums.com/images/5x14_stainless-lg.jpg

chetatkinsdiet 16th March 2007 02:36 PM

One more metal snare to add to the mix. How about a 5x14 Ludwig Supra from 1966...
It's got the usual flaking all over, the hoops and lugs have their share of some crud on them as well. I'm sure a good cleaning would clean up a lot of this. It's funny...it never matters how these Supras look, they always sound amazing. That's what cracks me up when all these modern drum makers talk about precise bearing edges, shells that don't go out of round and such.....these old drums can be out of round, rusted and everything and still sound killer. Luck of the draw I guess. This one has the keystone badge, baseball bat muffler arm...missing the pad inside (who uses them anyway?).

OK....first $200 takes this one. I'm heading to Austin/SXSW right now, so won't be able to check emails or send pics or anything. If you want it, I'll take the first email and work down from there. I really wish someone here would get this and not ebay.

later,

m

bleen 16th March 2007 02:40 PM

I have a '66 Supra, too! It's definitely a "desert island snare".kfhkh

orange 16th March 2007 03:01 PM

anybody got a 24" wood bass drum hoop for sale ?

Preferably in the UK

RoundBadge 17th March 2007 08:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bleen (Post 1181372)
I have too many metal snares and another Keplinger, so it's time to let one go.

This is in mint condition and like all of his drums, indestructible.

$500 + shipping.

http://keplingerdrums.com/images/5x14_stainless-lg.jpg


Cool drum..yum,temptingheh

I was hangin with Keppy a couple years ago when he was teching for Matt Cameron[Pearl jam,soundgarden]
I got to play a couple of one off drums he custom made for him on Matts birch Yammie kit..amazing..offset snares,etc.
super thin shells,super sharp edges.

bleen 17th March 2007 04:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RoundBadge (Post 1182973)
Cool drum..yum,temptingheh

Come on, you know you want it....heh

Quote:

I was hangin with Keppy a couple years ago when he was teching for Matt Cameron[Pearl jam,soundgarden]
I got to play a couple of one off drums he custom made for him on Matts birch Yammie kit..amazing..offset snares,etc.
super thin shells,super sharp edges.
I had the "Superunknown" snare in here last week for a session (7x14 stainless) that's still in Gregg's possession. Unbelievable drum!!

bleen 17th March 2007 04:47 PM

Oh, and the price is now $450+shipping for the Keppy...boing

Alexi 2nd April 2007 10:04 AM

wtb: zildjian 19" and 20" crashes
 
........hey there............both of my avedis crashes cracked during the last 2 weeksgruudge gruudge gruudge


If anybody on here has an avedis or an a-custom 19" or 20" crash that he is willing to sell i would be very happy if you contact me.



cheers



alex

scrubs 4th April 2007 08:53 PM

Zildjian A Custom and some ZBTs
 
16" A Custom Crash - Excellent condition - $125, SOLD
16" ZBT Crash - Excellent condition - $40, shipped to US
18" ZBT Crash - Excellent condition - $45, shipped to US
20" ZBT Ride - Excellent condition - $50, shipped to US

Willing to consider reasonable offers and possible trades (looking for a Nady RSM-2 or similar, Tama MS205 mic stands, 20" K Ride)

I have 100% positive on e-bay (username: medscby) and accept paypal.

Will post pics on request. Thanks for looking!

thermos 29th May 2007 08:53 PM

My DW kit.

https://www.gearslutz.com/board/gears...ine-pearl.html

7 piece.

bleen 5th June 2007 07:51 PM

4x14" Craviotto Cherry solid shell snare
 
I just built this drum a couple months ago and now I'm upgrading the monitors in my studio, so some non-essential things are being moved out.

I bought the shell and built the rest here. Has a Dunnett R-Class throw and tube lugs. I'm effectively asking for my cost in parts.

$350+shipping obo

http://www.dongunn.com/photos/craviotto1.jpg

gmbydmit 8th July 2007 01:23 PM

I have a DW9000 Double Pedal, played once, brand new with a case for sale.

actual model # DWCP9002PC

$450.00 plus shipping

bleen 16th July 2007 10:54 PM

'68 Ludwig Acrolite
 
I'm selling a '68 Acro; this is from before the gray paint was standard, so it's a raw aluminum shell (MUCH better looking, IMO). Some surface scratches and it's been missing the internal muffler since before I owned it.

One of the classic recording snares!

Has the original P-83 throw (and it still works very well).

I will also include a Kaces padded bag with the drum.

$150+shipping obo

http://dongunn.com/photos/acro/acro1.jpg

http://dongunn.com/photos/acro/acro2.jpg

http://dongunn.com/photos/acro/acro3.jpg

http://dongunn.com/photos/acro/acro-date.jpg

TTA1326 21st September 2007 08:54 PM

WTB: Gretsch Burnt Orange Square Badge Drum(s)
 
I'm really looking for a 16" Gretsch '80s or '90s gloss Burnt Orange floor tom to add to my '85 kit, but I would consider complete kits to get the floor tom. I have 8"x14" snare, 16"x24" bass, 11"x13" and 12"x14" toms, and a 16"x18" floor tom.

There is a 16" mounted tom on Ebay right now, but I don't really like mounted drums that large and I don't like mixing mounted drums with floor toms. Any leads appreciated...

bleen 24th September 2007 05:55 PM

FS: DW 5002A Double Pedal- like new!!
 
I'm selling my 3mo old DW 5002A Accelerator double pedal because I'm going back to my Iron Cobra. Light use in the studio only, never gigged. The DW beaters have never been used.

Includes all the original accessories and hard plastic carrying case.

This pedal is as-new but is more than $75 less than a new one would be.

$275+shipping

http://dongunn.com/photos/DW5002A.jpg

chetatkinsdiet 26th September 2007 02:42 PM

FS: Ludwig Acrolite Early 70s 5x14
 
OK, this one's not pretty, but I have to clear out a few drums. I've owned this one since the 70s myself and really hate to get rid of it, but I've got so many other Supra or Supra-ish drums that I just don't play this one anymore. It sounds great, just like them all, but here are the things that are less than mint on this one:
shell painted black...by me in the 70s. You know, that vintage black krylon is so much fatter than the new stuff. You just can't get that painted sound anymore. Seriously, I think that it tones down just the metallic ring that these sometimes has. I really like what it did to this drum. I'm sure it could be removed if need be. Also, the adjuster knob on the muffler is missing. I'd just remove the whole thing as you'll never use it, but hey, it's there...leave as is, find the part on ebay for about $5 or remove it. A bit of rust on the strainer...oh, it's a P85 btw...the other chrome is nice, just crud on it. Nothing a good cleaning won't get off. I believe the top rim has an ever so slight ding in it too, but it appears to be round.

Again, none of this stuff matters as the drums sounds killer and that's what it's all about right? I just slapped a new set of snare wires on here, but you'll probably need new heads as I put a brand new black dot on top and an ambassador on the bottom. I didn't have a hazy sd head for the bottom as i usually like, but you'll probably want your own preference on there anyway.

The first $75 takes it. The snares alone were $25. For $100, I'll put it in a vintage slingerland hard plastic snare case. You pay shipping, but I'd imagine I can ship it to the US48 for around $15-20 at most.

I can send pics if you need them...just haven't taken them yet. I'm in Texas...I guess we need to add location these days.

m

AKCSTUDIO 5th October 2007 09:17 AM

Drumframe
 
I have a Bob Gatzen drumframe for sale $700 with some xtras.

artbeat77 26th November 2007 12:36 AM

I just signed on with Trick Drums, and am pretty sure I'm going to be selling some of my Yamaha Maple Customs. I am really struggling with this for nostalgic reasons (first pro drum kit, made my living using it, touring/sessions, etc. It's tough letting go).

I'm thinking I'm going to sell:

Mounted Toms 8x10, 8x12, 10x12
Floor Toms 14x14, 16x16
Bass Drum 16x22

I'll also include a Pearl Marvin "Smitty" Smith snare drum 4x14.

Asking price: $2,200 + shipping.

chrisso 26th November 2007 01:00 AM

Congrats! thumbsup

artbeat77 26th November 2007 01:03 AM

Thanks, Chris, I couldn't have done it without you!!!! kfhkh

chetatkinsdiet 27th November 2007 05:48 PM

FA: Fibes Snare from the 60s
 
Here's a cool old drum that I'm selling to finance other purchases. It appears to be a really clean Fibes Crystalite snare from the 60s. It's missing the stick-on badge, but very clean otherwise. No cracks or anything goofy. I'm not sure if there was a muffler or not, but this one doesn't have it. Probably a good thing if you ask me. Chrome looks great. Add some decent heads and you've got a killer studio snare. Remember, this drum pretty much made Buddy Rich switch over to Fibes back in the 60s. He even played one of these after he left them for other vendors. If that's not a good enough endorsement, I don't know what is.

Fibes Crystalite Snare w/ SFT Strainer - 60s Vintage - (eBay item 320188407006 end time Dec-02-07 06:11:54 PST)

later,

m