Ludwig Supraphonic LM402 6.5-inch x 14-inch Snare Drum - Smooth Chrome with Imperial Lugs.

Snare has only been used/stored in climate-controlled settings.

Snare has only been used while on a snare stand.

Includes mint, in-box, replacement Evans snare head (not pictured)

From (from which it was purchased):

"Ludwig Supraphonic LM402 Snare Drum Features at a Glance:

6.5" x 14" snare drum

The first choice of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham

Chrome-plated aluminum shell delivers cavernous tone with crisp attack

Imperial lugs provide an elegant appearance

The performance-proven Ludwig Supraphonic LM402 snare drum was the first choice of legendary drummer John Bonham and can be heard on most of Led Zeppelin's classic recordings. Famous for its bright, crisp attack, thanks to a chrome-plated, seamless beaded aluminum shell, the LM402 provides you with a sublime balance of full, cavernous tone and cutting snare crack. The drummers at Sweetwater have used the LM402 on every type of music with fantastic results. Featuring a smooth shell and elegant-looking Imperial lugs, the Ludwig Supraphonic LM402 snare will make a fine addition to your drum set."

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Listed9 months 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
  • LM402 Supraphonic 6.5x14" 10-Lug Aluminum Snare Drum
  • Smooth Chrome
  • 2020
  • 14"
Shell Material
  • Aluminum

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