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Anderson .Paak  
Pee .Wee Snare Drums

A signature model for a singular artist

From the smooth soul of Silk Sonic to the saturated beats that made his name, Anderson .Paak's taste has always reigned supreme. Now, the multi-hyphenate artist has collaborated with Ludwig to design a signature drum for refined and gorgeous drummers everywhere: the Pee .Wee Signature Snare Drum by Anderson .Paak.

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Anderson .Paak Pee .Wee Snare Drums

Anderson .Paak Pee .Wee Snare Drums

From the smooth soul of Silk Sonic to the saturated beats that made his name, Anderson .Paak's taste has always reigned supreme. Now, the multi-hyphenate artist has collaborated with Ludwig to design a signature drum for refined and gorgeous drummers everywhere: the Pee .Wee Signature Snare Drum by Anderson .Paak.

The Pee .Wee Signature Snare Drum by Anderson .Paak is available in two sizes: 5"x14" or 6.5"x14"—"when you really want to beat someone's chest out," Anderson says.

Both are Ludwig Classic Maple shells that feature Anderson's intricate pearl-and-paisley design, gold hardware, and an "incredible, impeccable sound." Limited to 250 of each, these limited-edition drums have a signature badge and an autographed sticker inside the shell.

"Even if you can't play, you're gonna look good," Anderson says. 
"You can figure out the rest later."

Anderson's Pee .Wee Snare Packs the Smack

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5x14 Pee .Wee Drum

Pee .Wee Signature Snare 5"X14"

Limited to 250 units

Ludwig Drum Rug

Pee .Wee Signature Drum Rug

Limited to 250 units

6.5x14 Pee .Wee Drum

Pee .Wee Signature Snare 6.5"X14"

Limited to 250 units

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