Welcome back!! (again)
Effective Friday June 11th, Soul Drums has reopened for in-store sales and service and lesson programs.
With 15% capacity we encourage all our clients to call or email for in-store appointments.
(416-225-5295 or firstname.lastname@example.org) .
Online lessons are still available and you can shop 24/7@ souldrums.com
We still offer curbside pickup and doorstep delivery.
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Rogers 1960's Holiday Outfit
Rogers 1960's Holiday Outfit Pink Champagne Pearl - Super rare!! 8" x 12" Tom (serial # 35448), 14" x 14" Floor tom (serial # 35376), 14" x 18" Bass Drum (serial # 35062) with matching Powertone 5" x 14" Snare (serial # 1840) - "Clockface" Strainer and original Rogers wires Made in Cleveland, Ohio, USA All "Bread and Butter" lugs have been replaced with chrome/steel USA replicas! "Tall hoops" on snare and toms. Bass drum has some scuff on pedal side. Otherwise all original Swivomatic single tom mount, disappearing cymbal holder and collets. The shell finish is in exquisite condition! Th...
Billy Gladstone 6x14 Birdseye Maple Custom Snare Drum with Gold Plated Hardware
Billy Gladstone was one of the percussion world's most legendary figures; a masterful snare drum virtuoso, teacher, inventor and master craftsman. Billy only built just over 50 snare drums, many of which have not survived. His drums were prized possessions for serious drummers both then and now. This snare is reputed to be the last drum that Billy built. Of the 50 drums he built, only four snares were made with birdseye maple and gold plated hardware. Billy built snare drums for many great drummers including Gene Krupa, Shelly Manne, Ted Reed, Buddy Rich, Cozy Cole, Ray Reilly and Louis Bel...
The Rarest Snare Drum in the World : In Conclusion
Billy Gladstone 6x14 Birdseye Maple Custom Snare Drum with Gold Plated Hardware This is the most collectible snare currently available for sale today! The artistry, history and rarity put this instrument in a class of it's own. Hand built by Billy Gladstone between 1957and 1959 - allegedly the last snare drum Billy made. The nameplate reads: "Billy Gladstone Radio City Music Hall". The only other snare to have Billy's name on it was the drum he performed on at Radio City Music Hall. He performed a drum clinic with this drum at Roy Harte's Drum City in California in 1959! The drummer f...