Anyone wishing to see the entire clip although for my money, Freddy Crump is far and away the best talent on display there the YouTube video can be seen in its entirety here. Well, he's got all the gear: As far as I know, there is no actual evidence of any legal action by Gretsch but it can safely be assumed that was the reasoning behind the name change. Vintage Ludwig marching drum s bass drum with imperial lugs. And that's gotta be the biggest China cymbal I've seen from this era.
I know, I know, this is a toy kit, but it's got just enough of the 'real' to include here: It's not often at all that we find a side view picture of a drummer at the kit. The photo below shows the cymbal beater with cymbal attached to the bass drum. Note also the unusual string instrument at the right. As the years went on, though, and the drum set itself took center stage with less and less relation to marching drum traditions the snare drum got more and more level. Otherwise, I'm curious about those horn items there to the right of his kit
SONOR :: NEWS Vintage Series "Red Oyster" Finish and bass drum mount
Here are the pictures I have so far. Those with painted finishes received an outer ply of maple. Bass drum includes ride The wrap job was done poorly and there is bubbling all the way around. Shows wear from normal use, but in overall good condition. Bart Hodge Senior Member.
Here's a man after my own heart. The new Vintage Bass Drums feature four sizes of Adams Mahogany Bass Drums on a classic tube frame design with a number of modern refinements. The old drum kit above was spotted in the window of a New York City antique shop. Modified Item see all. The wrap job was done poorly and there is bubbling all the way around.