MSRP  $1,185.00

We are  an Authorized Ludwig Dealer

Total Entertainment

501 W.International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach, FL 32114


Brand New with Warranty

Ludwig is known for having the most extensive catalog of collectible drums. The 5.5"x14" Jazzfest snare is a “big fish” on that long list.

First introduced to the market in the 1950s as the Buddy Rich Model Snare Drum, the Jazzfest took on its first form in the early 1960s as a 5.5" depth snare. This version of the Jazzfest would come to join the iconic line-up of tracks that Ludwig snares drums dominate. It features a 3-ply Legacy Mahogany shell, vintage ‘64 snare bed, 8 twin lugs, 3-step baseball bat tone-control and a white “Reso-Coat” interior.

Features:
  • 5.5x14" Snare
  • 3-Ply Legacy Mahogany Shell
  • Vintage '64 Snare Bed
  • 8 Twin Lugs
  • 3-Step Baseball Bat Tone-Control
  • White Reso-Coat Interior
Tech Specs
  • Type:Snare
  • Shell (Depth x Diameter):5.5" x 14"
  • Shell Construction:3-ply
  • Shell Material:Mahogany
  • Hoops:Triple-flanged
  • Color:Vintage Blue Oyster
  • Finish:Wrap
  • Manufacturer Part Number:LS9082Q

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ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • LS908 Legacy Mahogany Jazz Festival Reissue 5.5x14" 8-Lug Snare Drum
Finish
  • Vintage Blue Oyster Pearl
Categories
Year
  • 2021
Diameter
  • 14"
Shell Material
  • Mahogany
  • Poplar

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Daytona Beach, FL, United States
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