Item:Gretsch 5.5x14 Limited Edition Blue Glass Brooklyn Standard Snare Drum
- 6-ply North American Maple/Poplar Shell- Double 45˚ Bearing Edges- Blue Glass Nitron Finish- Chrome Hardware- Gretsch 302 Double-flanged Hoops- 8 Tube Lugs- Silver Sealer Interior- Lightning Throw-off- Remo Heads
Info:When Mike Johnston contacted Gretsch about developing a new snare drum concept, he was very specific about what he wanted it to accomplish. It needed to be extremely versatile in every way. It had to possess a wide dynamic range, and excel in all playing situations across a wide variety of tunings. Lastly, it needs to live up to the look and heritage of Gretsch Drums. Question was, could it also be accessible to students and players who are ready to step up to their very first pro-grade snare drum. After 9 months of prototyping, feedback, and thorough evaluation, the Brooklyn Standard™ was born. Every specification is purposeful in the way it affects sound, dynamics and playability of the drum. The combination of a 5.5x14 Brooklyn formula shell, double 45 degree bearing edges, batter side tone control, 42-strand snare wires and 302 hoops make this drum a must-have for any serious snare collection.
This listing is for the drum only.
The stands seen in the photos are sold separately. 
Condition: This is a brand new drum. This drum was briefly removed from its packaging for a quick photo shoot.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • GAS5514-STBG Mike Johnston Brooklyn Standard 5.5x14" 8-Lug Snare Drum
Made In
  • United States
  • 14"
Shell Material
  • Maple
  • Poplar

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