Ludwig Supraphonic #400 1964”

The serial number(66023) and the original red baseball bat-shaped mute are included, suggesting that it was made in 1964.

Shell:Radialloy Weight:3.4kg

The hoop is made of original brass (COB RIM), and the head and snappy are original. Washer is also original and all are included.

The P83 strainer also moves smoothly.

The shell is so beautiful that it doesn't look like it was 60 years ago, but there are a few pits, and it's hard to see in the picture, but there are some fine scratches when it was polished. No cracks or damage. No extra holes. Thank you for your understanding.

Case included. The inside is also very beautiful.

The snare stand has the WFL logo. The rubber on the legs is also very beautiful.

You can attach the practice pad by sharing the leg part.

The attached drum key (w/paper bag) is a rare type of the original.

Stick, Ludwig 2B. Used but some early models. It's rare.


This includes everything !!

Shipping cost from Japan

It is fast but expensive to send by air mail (EMS). It takes time, but it will be 1/3 cheaper if you send it by surface mail.

If you tell me where to send it, I will check the shipping cost.

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Listed3 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
  • No. 400 Supraphonic 5x14" 10-Lug Aluminum Snare Drum with Keystone Badge
  • 1964"
  • 14"
Shell Material
  • Aluminum

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