George Way Snare Drum 2009 Black

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$300
+$35Shipping
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A classic knockout! Stunning snare with woody, beautiful tone; classic, maple shell. This is a 2009 reproduction of the 1960s George Way Camco Tuxedo lug snare. In the 60s, George Way was competing with Gretch 6-ply jasper shells. George Way also used 6-ply jasper shells. This drum seeks to duplicate that shell -- I'm not sure of the number of plies: either six or eight. 

They were the zen or snare drums and here's why:
  • Extremely lightweight throw off allowing for more shell vibration
  • A very thin reinforcement ring allowing for more resonance on the top head
  • A very effective, almost non-existent snare head
You can't get a reproduction George Way snare drum for $300, but here is one on Reverb for you to grab before it goes. The $35 shipping reflects cost for East Coast buyers. Other buyers should expect slightly higher cost.

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This item is sold As-Described and cannot be returned unless it arrives in a condition different from how it was described or photographed. Items must be returned in original, as-shipped condition with all original packaging.

Product Specs

Listed7 days ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
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