WFL Quiet Riot - Frankie Banali's 26" 3-Ply Bass Drum 1950s - White Marine Pearl

From the collection of Quiet Riot drummer Frankie Banali.

This is a really cool 26"x14" bass drum in White Marine Pearl wrap. I'm stumped on this one. Frankie loved restoring drums and building kits from mismatched singles. I honestly don't know what kind of shell this is. It's 3 ply with maple interior and reinforcing rings. It looks like the shell is new, but I can't identify what brand. Could this be an early version of the Ludwig Legacy Maple shell? If anybody has any clue I'd love to know.

It's all new modern Ludwig hardware. It's been very professionally re-wrapped in White Marine Pearl. An original WFL badge has also been professionally mounted in the vent hole. There's a couple holes that have been very cleanly filled and are not visible from the outside. The drum looks and sounds spectacular!

The drum includes Frankie's own custom "FB" crest logo.

This is a super cool piece of Frankie's collection that's shrouded with a little mystery.

Includes a COA signed by Frankie's wife.

It's set up for modern Ludwig arched spur receivers. We didn't get any bass spurs with this so the are not included.

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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  • Quiet Riot - Frankie Banali's 26" 3-Ply Bass Drum
  • White Marine Pearl
  • 2000s ?
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  • United States

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