Any info is info. I also have found this The Resonator Series was introduced by Premier in and was originally called the ‘Kenny Clare’ series. The Resonator concept was invented by Alan Gilbey, a UK custom drum builder who still makes drums today. He came up with the idea of adding an inner shell to the 50’s WFL snare of his friend Kenny Clare, Kenny tried out the snare and eventually an entire kit was fitted with the inner liners. Visually, the Resonator range looked identical to the regular Premier drums, apart from the ‘R’ logo that appeared in the bottom right quarter of the bass drum reso head. By , Resonator had it’s own wrap configuration which sported a black hoop inlaid into the main wrap of each drum approximately a third from each drum’s resonant head. In the late 70’s, the range gained a small badge under the main Premier ‘P’ badge identifying the drums as Resonators, Premier by this time had a number of ‘brands’ under the main banner; ‘Club’ formerly ‘Olympic’ , Soundwave followed on from the short lived mid-range ‘Super-Olympic’ , Elite brand for the regular Premier range and Resonator, all had their own badges under the main Premier badge. This range ran alongside the Resonator range for a few years until the ‘Black Shadow’ was absorbed into the Resonator line and was fitted, by then with hi-tension lugs, as were all the late 80’s and early 90’s ranges. Resonator disappeared around and are now considered quite collectible, especially earlier, 70’s examples.
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Ludwig Drums is a US manufacturer of percussion instruments. The brand achieved significant popularity in the s, through the endorsement of Beatles drummer Ringo Starr. .
Originally Posted by zodiaque hey tonebender, did you have bad experiences with modern ludwig snares too? I was forced to use Classic Maple sets for a few years. I was playing Ringo in a Beatle tribute act and the group owned a set in black oyster pearl. It must have been made at 4: Often, we’d fly to gigs and couldn’t bring the whole back line. There was always something wrong with them; poorly cut bearing edges, out of round, wrap lifting, sub par strainers, on and on.
Just general quality control issues that shouldn’t be there that consistently. I must have played on 50 of those sets, and at least half of them were problematic. I also had to work overly hard to tune them to get a decent sound. They might be great for modern music, but I was replicating Ringo, who typically had an amazing, warm, punchy sound with lots of tone throughout his Beatle career which comes down to:
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In the s the government passed a law restricting the ownership of gold and stopped issuing gold coins. I do not know what effect this had on things like gold plating but it might have influenced the use of gold for plating purposes. The 10 leaf engraving pattern I believe was introduced in and continued until the end of the engraved Black Beauty in about based on catalog research.
However, there were a few variations of that basic 10 leaf pattern. The version was more bold and heavily engraved with more lines. By the pattern became almost a single line with some lines being just straight, non-wriggle engraving.
s Pearl drums price for sale may skyrocket. was a WFL 6-lug snare). Nowadays, I realize that my Coronet 14×14 floor tom featuring a mere 6-lugs is open and ambient in the extreme, partially due to the reduction of resonance-choking metal bolted to the shell. has been busy in his spare time scanning old Pearl catalogs dating way.
Our friend William F. Ludwig III B3 , having not been part of the Ludwig Drum Company for several decades now, has taken a leaf out of his Grandfather’s book, embarking upon a journey to make drums worthy of the legacy of his family name. You were thinking it to, right? Ludwig III is representing his family’s legacy in the truest capacity. High-end build quality made in Chicago! Let’s talk about its specification. Hand formed 6 mm clear acrylic – thick! This is a superior shell offering power and projection with sensitivity and articulation.
Available in a choice of finishes. WFL III snare drums will blend into the aesthetics of any drum set worthy of having a Ludwig family made drum sit with it! These drum are a hell of a thing. They sound beautiful; warm, woody but with projection – not what you’d expect from an acrylic drum. This drum is one of the very few that will ever be made and is a thing to behold. Truly stunning to look at; modern yet with an air of classicism.
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Background: Peeling the Wrap. As a youth all I couldn’t afford Ludwigs, or the more expensive Rogers. All I could count on were the cheap imported drums made by Pearl and Tama, branded with those exotic, evocative, occasionally silly names.
Some were…brace yourself…pro, seamless Phenolic! Some of the shells, oh yeah, were gorgeous! Some of them are not what you think. You were given fair warning. I described my experience acquiring such a drum kit in these pages. The look was interesting, granted, but the metal was soft and prone to crack; the shells were porous second-grade Asian softer-woods, overly flexible, and often untrue or out-of-round. They had no value as trade-ups to prestigious brands they emulated: Slingerland, Gretsch, and occasionally Rogers.
Truth be told, for the most part, those stencil brand kits were dodgy and, if not outright junk, they rarely peaked the VU meters. There were, perhaps, such stencil brands emanating from the Pearl and Hoshino later Tama factories in the sixties. Today, my research suggests strongly that I limit myself to a discussion of Pearl s shells, specifically the good that resides alongside the bad and the ugly.
The good we never would have imagined possible. I know I certainly missed the point all these years.
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Musical instrument — A musical instrument is an instrument created or adapted to make musical sounds. In principle, any object that produces sound can be a musical instrument—it is through purpose that the object becomes a musical instrument, the history of musical instruments dates to the beginnings of human culture. Early musical instruments may have used for ritual, such as a trumpet to signal success on the hunt.
Cultures eventually developed composition and performance of melodies for entertainment, Musical instruments evolved in step with changing applications. The date and origin of the first device considered an instrument is disputed. The oldest object that some refer to as a musical instrument. Some consensus dates early flutes to about 37, years ago, many early musical instruments were made from animal skins, bone, wood, and other non-durable materials.
Musical instruments developed independently in many populated regions of the world, however, contact among civilizations caused rapid spread and adaptation of most instruments in places far from their origin. By the Middle Ages, instruments from Mesopotamia were in maritime Southeast Asia, development in the Americas occurred at a slower pace, but cultures of North, Central, and South America shared musical instruments.
By , musical instrument development slowed in areas and was dominated by the Occident. Musical instrument classification is a discipline in its own right, Instruments can be classified by their effective range, their material composition, their size, etc. However, the most common method, Hornbostel-Sachs, uses the means by which they produce sound. The academic study of instruments is called organology.
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