1. Learn to make your own high gloss drum finishes with incredible artistic flair . . . at unbelievably low cost. This one secret is worth the price of the booklet and you will be shocked at how easily and inexpensively it can be done. It is possible to recover any drumset with your choice of a million artistic designs for less than $40.00. The entire job can be accomplished in two or three hours. You could make good money with this trick alone, by simply selling your finishing materials to other drummers! Let them cover their own drumsets!
2. Making old cymbals shine like diamonds! Another way to beat the music dealers out of your hard earned money! This is a simple but very effective tip. It WILL save you money!
DRESSING UP UGLY CHROME:
3. Add new life to old chrome! Rusted and pitted chrome is a problem! I don't have any earth shaking, million dollar tricks here but I can show you how to give ugly chrome a breath of new life!
4. Purchase used drum heads for as little as one dollar. Includes tips on how to get more miles from worn, unbroken drumheads. Profit inducing tip$$$$!
NUTS & BOLTS:
5. How to disassemble and reassemble a drumset, down to the last screw! A step by step guide for first-timers!
HOW TO FIND GREAT BARGAINS:
6. Finding the best deals on new & used drumsets! I offer dozens of useful tips on this topic. You will save enough on your first purchase to pay for this book!
THE CYMBAL BUYERS GUIDE:
7. Actual dealer catalog excerpts for many brand name and off brand cymbals. This guide will help you know when the deal is right!
This little business is great for the man/wife team as a vehicle for producing a little extra income. It could also help the energetic teen make a few summertime or weekend dollars.
OLD DRUMS INTO NEW MONEY
BEFORE WE START, HERE'S SOME NEW-MONEY . . .
* INSIDER BUYING TIPS: Designed to save you 30% or more on your next big music instrument purchase.
As promised in my Buyers Guide . . . I want to give you a great money-saving tip that could save you up to $600 on your next large music instrument purchase. This trick will work every time, no matter what brand or model musical instrument you may choose to buy. It should also work in nearly any country around the World . . . provided we are comparing apples to apples and there isn't a major currency conversion involved. It's best to get all your price quotes from within the country where you live.
ABSORB THIS POINT. The mark-up on new musical instruments is usually 50 percent. Mark-up on some items may be as high as 70 percent. ANY music dealer may (and USUALLY WILL) allow up to 30% of that profit to remain in your pocket. On a $2000 purchase, this could mean you'll walk out of the store for as little as $1400 on a $2000 sale, saving you $600!
It's up to us, 'the consumers' to MAKE the dealers offer the maximum discount. When they are threatened with losing a sale to the competition, most will drop their price to the lowest acceptable discount right away.
No dealer wants to lose a sale to their competition! They'll ALL wheel-and-deal with us if only we'll apply the correct amounts of leverage and pressure.
THE GOOD NEWS. We now have MORE LEVERAGE than ever before, because of the Internet. All we have to do is SEE it, and USE it to our best advantage!
HOW DO WE DO IT?
The web now makes this easy. Here's how.
STEP 1. Decide first, on the EXACT drumset and accessories you will be needing. Know exactly what you want . . . the brand, the model, etc. Then get price quotes from EVERYWHERE . . . on that exact same SETUP. Always compare apples to apples.
It's very important to be VERY specific here. Decide first on EXACTLY what you'll be buying. Then, follow through . . . Arm yourself with quotes from several online (and offline) sources on those exact same items. Use your lowest quote to force the next dealer of that product go even lower and lower, until you get down the BEST POSSIBLE PRICE-QUOTE.
2. NEXT, visit your FAVORITE local dealer. Explain to them that you can get 'x' item(s) at 'y' price by ordering via the net from the dealer with the best price-quote.
Your local dealer will do their dead-level-best to match that bonafide price-quote, almost every time. They'll know they are about to miss the sale, if they don't. Forty percent of SOMETHING is better than zero percent of nothing.
Keep in mind that your local dealer is LOCAL. THAT MEANS A LOT! It might mean that it's worth a little more to know you can get some LOCAL support if there's anything wrong with the equipment, or if you need help, in-person. There's a special value there!
At any rate, BUY from the dealer with the lowest price on 'like' items, with all things considered (ie; taxes, shipping, guarantees, etc., etc.)
Some dealers have low overhead, especially on the web. Other dealers buy in large quantities at lower prices. Both those dealers can afford to offer the deepest discounts. And that my friend is the secret that will force your local dealer to sell at a price MUCH lower than they would like.
Your bargains may be found with the largest or smallest dealers. Check them all!
HERE ARE SOME GOOD PLACES TO START (in the U.S.), ONLINE:
'Vermont Drums Online' at: Vermont Drums
SAM ASH DISCOUNT MUSIC:
OLD DRUMS INTO NEW MONEY . . .
Don't just throw that old drum set out or trade it off without putting up a fight. For only pennies you can make your old drums look good as new again and increase their trade value. You may decide to keep them and use the money saved to add additional pieces. Why not consider upgrading your current rig into the monster drum set you might otherwise be unable to afford? This little booklet will show you just how easy it is to recover any old tom toms or bass drums to match your original drumset.
There are many options with this little idea. You may want to go into business recovering drums for others (for a hefty price of course). Or, you may choose to buy old drums and recover them for a resale profit. Then again, you might prefer to simply produce the covering material and sell it outright to other drummers and let them cover their own drums. Play with the ideas for a while. You will begin to see the profit potential!
Create your own high-gloss, durable, heat resistant drum covering material in a variety of custom colors and styles. The design possibilities will easily range into the millions as I will show you in a moment.
There is more . . . You can do this, right there where you live, in the spare bedroom of your house or garage in most cases. This is absolutely and especially true if you are willing to invest a few dollars into the needed equipment.
Then again, you may choose to farm out your drum cover production work to someone in your locality who already owns the essential equipment. In all likelihood, they will welcome the increase to their trade and may slash prices drastically to invite your business. I suggest the second approach in the beginning. Establish a market first, then buy the equipment.
The drum covering material I am referring to will withstand temperatures of 120 degrees or more without buckling or bubbling and will resist scratching and marring under normal use. As a test, I have submerged it in water for over 36 hours and it survived with only minimal damage.
GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS
OK! Let's get down to brass tacks! What the heck am I talking about?
It is simple! So simple you will wonder why you haven't thought of it. I am talking about laminating! The same kind of laminating that you probably have on your drivers license or credit cards.
Paper! Almost any paper when laminated will produce a beautiful, high gloss, heat resistant covering material that may outshine and dwarf any drum finish you have ever seen.
Like I said earlier . . . the design options are virtually endless! Pay a visit to your local Wallpaper store for proof. Look at their catalogs! You will quickly be overwhelmed by the creative potential! You can get any outrageous design you might dream of. Think of your drumset finished in Zebra, Leopard, Alligator and on and on. Not every wall papering design will look good on your old drumset, that is true. However, some will knock your lights out! Now you can design your own old drums to be the most artistically unique in town.
Other than wallpaper, there are tons of other paper designs to choose from, like gift wrap or maybe your own special designs, printed and produced from original art work. What about laminated Aluminum foil? As you play with the thought, more ideas may come to you.
The following is a list of quickly available designs that I found at a Wallpaper store near my own home.
*** SOLID COLORS *** Yellow Green Gulf Blue Brown Xmas Red Gray Gold White Silver Light Blue Black Light Green Red Green Canary *** NEON COLORS *** Hot Pink Yellow Green *** SATIN FINISHES *** Light Red Light Brown Light Blue Light Orange Light Yellow Light Green *** MOTHER OF PEARL *** White Light Red Blue NOTE: Decals and special artwork 'stick ons' may be added to any design then laminated, for added originality. Exotic designs are somewhat higher in price than the standard designs but some of them are especially hot! *** EXOTICS *** Leopard Python Elephant Moccasin Zebra --------------------------
Grab your local phone book and look in the Yellow pages for 'Laminating' or 'Laminators'! You should find several businesses advertising there. They own the equipment already and want to put it to work! Since you may potentially represent a steady stream of new business, they should be most willing to show you the entire process and maybe even produce a couple of small samples for free.
THE POTENTIAL PROBLEM:
Size considerations may occasionally create a potential problem. The average bass drum may require a laminated width of 16 inches. Some laminating machines may not be designed for jobs that large. If your local laminators cannot accommodate this width then about all you can do is buy your own large laminating machine or try the laminating professionals in another large city nearby.
Almost any Office Supply store will be able to direct you to manufacturers of laminating machines and supplies. Check out the possibility of buying your own laminating machine if push comes to shove.
I will suggest that you start with one small drum just to get a little experience. A small tom or snare with make the best drum to learn on.
Grab a cloth tape measure and take a close look at the drum you wish to cover. Notice how snugly the drum heads fit onto the shell. Will there be clearance enough for the laminated material to slip between the head and the shell? Do you really want to cover the entire shell or will it be preferable to leave a little room on each edge for the drum heads to seat properly? I should warn you that covering all the way to the edge may sometimes make it difficult for the drumheads to seat. Experimentation is the best teacher. You can always trim the edges of the finished covering material later if need be.
Measure across the width of the drum shell. Make a note of this dimension. You will cut your chosen paper to this width.
Next, measure the circumference of the drum you wish to cover. This is the length of the paper cut. I always add an inch or two to the length for safe measure. It is easy to trim the excess later. However, if your measurement is too short, even a quarter of an inch can look really ugly! Measure long on purpose and be certain that those vertical cuts are exactly 90* degrees.
CAUTION: This Is Very important!
Cutting the vertical width of the paper is crucial and critical! Pay close attention to this! The angle must be exactly 90* degrees with NO tolerance for error. As the paper goes through the laminating machine, it will need to line up exactly! Any variation in the angle of your vertical cut across the paper may cause the paper to veer from the laminating path. This may cause crimping and blemishes in your final product. It really should be up to the laminator to ensure that this doesn't happen but to be safe, use a square to mark the vertical cut of your paper to exactly 90* degrees.
TAKE THE PAPER TO THE LAMINATOR:
Cut the paper and take it to your laminating professional. He will finish the job for you for three or four dollars. Your new drum covering material will come back ready to go onto the drum.
If the laminator feels that you may bring him a considerable amount of new business, he could be willing to offer you a special deal on his prices. The haggling is up to you!
Like I mentioned earlier, it is probably best to begin with a small drum first. Either the snare or smallest tom. That way if you make mistakes it won't be too costly.
You will need a drum key. Begin by removing all the lug screws that hold the rims in place. Remove each rim. Then pry off each drum head with your fingertips. If you are disassembling the snare drum, you will need to remove the snares or wire strands from underneath. Now with both heads removed, look inside the drum. Every nut, screw and piece of apparatus must be removed. Grab a screwdriver, a pair of pliers and go to work. I've found that a cordless drill with a screwdriver bit can be a great time saver here. Also, I hold the drum in my lap and place a large box or container at my feet to catch the pieces as they fall. Use a different box for each drum that you disassemble, that way you won't lose track of what pieces and parts go where. Now, with everything removed from the old drum, you are holding just the shell with the old covering still intact. Roll the shell around in your hands and look for a seam on the outside surface of the drum where the old covering material has been glued or fixed. Slip a knife between the old covering and the shell. Pry it a little, then cut it with the blade. Hopefully, it will snap all at once and fall to the floor. If it has been glued, then you may need to scrape and peel it off. The old glue should be lightly scraped or sanded away to prepare the shell for application of your fancy new material. All the drums in your set that you wish to cover will require about the same procedure that we have covered here. You may continue stripping them all or move ahead to the next step. The choice is yours.
A lot may depend on how meticulous you want to be here. If you are doing a lot of drumsets for resale, in hopes of making a profit, then time becomes an issue and you will want to finish quickly. When I'm in a hurry, I use "Simonize Mag and Wire Wheel Cleaner," sold at most department and auto parts stores. I spray a little chrome cleaner on all the important chrome parts of each drum and toss them in a plastic tub and, let them set for a couple of minutes. After that, I spray them with a garden hose on high pressure for about two or three minutes. Finally, finish by wiping them individually with a dry towel to bring out the shine. On my own drums and when I'm being picky, I take a little more pains by knocking the rust away with light sandpaper, then meticulously hand polish each piece with Turtle Wax Chrome Polish and Rust Remover.
If you are aiming at a profit and the drum heads are looking really bad, it can hurt the resale price of the drumset. First, inspect them. If you find any tears or breaks, then the head should be discarded and replaced. Otherwise, I scrub them with "409 All Purpose Cleaner" available at nearly any grocery store. If they still look bad after cleaning, I may try to paint the underside of clear drum heads in a color (usually Gloss Black) that will match the new covering color. I then lightly sand the wooden Bass drum hoops (rims) and paint them the same color. My choice of paint has been "Krylon Interior/Exterior Enamel" but almost any quality spray paint will probably do as well.
Music stores will often have a stack of old drum heads just laying around. They are often happy to receive a dollar each for them. Go around to all the local stores and leave your name and number. Tell them to call you if they ever want to unload their old drum heads.
Your music store should carry cymbal polish that will make most cymbals look brand new. If they do not or if you notice they seem to be gouging on the price, try using "Twinkle Copper and Brass Cleaner" available at most drug and grocery stores. This has become my own personal favorite choice because of the price. It seems that cymbal rouge from a music store may cost upwards of eight dollars per ounce. I have found that "Twinkle" will do the job just as well for about one forth of that cost.
Simply follow the directions on the can. The more you scrub, the prettier the cymbals will become.
After the laminator has returned your finished product, it will be time to apply it to the drum shell then reassemble the drum. Since we were meticulous when we cut the paper to match the drum, the finished product will fit perfectly. Sure it will!
Now, if you are NOT going to the edge of the shell with your material, place both the top and bottom heads on the drum without the rims and wrap your new laminated covering material around. If your measurements are correct then everything should look about right. Center the material like you want it, make a little mark on each side, throw the drumheads off to the side and lay a bead of quick drying glue or contact cement on the under edge of the material. Center and stick one end of the material to the drum. Pull the covering all the way around the drum until it meets in the same place that you started. Pull it tight, be sure it is straight, make a mark, draw a line, and trim it across. Lay another bead of glue on the underside of that edge of the material and stick it down. If there is a little overlap, don't worry about it. Just make sure it is pulled tight so that there are no wrinkles and the material is centered properly on the drum. It is much better to have a little lengthwise overlap than to cut your material too short, leaving a gap. That's it, the covering is in place. Now you are ready to punch holes and reassemble the drum.
You may use an awl or a small phillips screwdriver to punch your holes.
The first few holes may be critical if the glue hasn't set up yet.
Find a point where you want to attach the first lug casing. It is best to start close to the seam of your laminated covering. Punch those two holes first and do so by bracing the material with your hand next to the holes that you are punching, being careful not to stick yourself.
Push on through with your screwdriver or awl, from the inside of the drum, using the old holes in the shell as a guide. Now attach a lug casing to the outside and screw it down tight from the inside. Continue on around the drum in this fashion until all the pieces are reassembled and the drum is like new again.
When finished with the whole drum set, you will undoubtedly agree that the resale price has just appreciated by 50% or more. Someone has said that there are over three million used drumsets for sale in America on any chosen day. Go on out and buy another set and do it all again.
All this fun and money too! How can you lose?
If you expect to make money with this little operation then it is imperative that you learn to buy drumsets at the right price! This is the most important part! You will need to begin a search for the best 'used' kits available in your own local area. They are 'out there' by the millions! Take my WORD on 'blind faith' and you will (hopefully) find the drumset treasures you are looking for in no time at all! These kits, may be in your neighbors broom closet or they could be in the garage of some stranger in the nearest large city. The trick is finding them!
My positive attitude is the result of many long years of searching for these bargains, then turning them over for a profit. At times when gigs were slow, I have supplemented my meager income by turning this positive attitude into profit and survival! You can do it too!
If you are buying used drums, follow these suggestions:
Timing is a major factor when buying used drums. The search may require some persistence and patience on your part. The best times to find the bargains are February thru May but don't let that discourage you. Simply add that nasty little fact to your list of tips and start looking now. Read the want ad section of EVERY newspaper and suburban shopper in your immediate area. Look thru last months (old) editions first for individual ads touting 'Drums For Sale'. If the drums did not sell when originally advertised, the seller may have become discouraged and dropped the ad after a only a few insertions. This is where the REAL bargains are found! You will be in a powerful leverage position! This type of seller will be very anxious to get the drumset out of his house and may accept any reasonable offer you will submit. Remember this! He is in need of extra cash RIGHT NOW!
Because everybody needs cash RIGHT NOW as ALWAYS!
Your anxious seller wants to go out and buy some other toy to give or throw away next spring! It is the good old American way!
Keep the faith! Try all the current media want ads. Make special trips to surrounding towns and cities in your quest. Scour the web for personal want ads. You may find your drumset on the web but then distance becomes a major factor. It is hard to equate a great deal if the seller is 4,000 miles away.
At any rate . . . Stay away from the music stores and pawn shops! This includes website dealers like . . . none other than 'yours truly'!
When looking for the best deals on used drums . . . communicate with individuals only. We dealers have the ugly habit of adding additional profit to the merchandise under the guise of free enterprise and survival!
The best deals are in the broom closets, garages and storage rooms in your own neighborhood and they are in the possession of disheartened and discouraged sellers . . . RIGHT NOW! You must constantly search them out if you are to make this little business pay off.
Well . . . you have tried all the above tips and found nothing! Rats! You must have the luck of the Irish! What next?
ADVERTISE!!!! Yep! You heard me right! Run a small inexpensive ad in your own suburban shopper or newspaper! Place the ad in the 'Wanted section' or the 'Used Musical Instruments' section. Why not both? Keep your ad simple and to the point! Announce that you are in the market for a used drumset and will pay $XXX.XX for the best deal you can find. Buy an answering machine! You may need help in answering all the calls! You should have plenty of leads in very short order!
I will bet my money on this one tip. It usually works!
As you assess the value of a potential drumset purchase it is best to understand that the cymbals may make or break the value of your bargain! So, with this in mind, I feel it is important to offer a few more tips that will hopefully aid in knowing the best deals when you find them.
Before we begin, I should say that Zildjian cymbals are generally accepted by most drummers as the best. The Zildjian family has been making cymbals in the country of Turkey for more than 400 years. They have turned the business of cymbal manufacturing into a fine art! All the other cymbal manufacturers are busy trying to imitate them and some have come very close, including manufacturers like Sabian and Paiste. All the cymbal brands I have mentioned here are considered to be brand name quality merchandise. Yet each manufacturer will have high end and low end versions of his own product. The prices may vary up to one hundred or more dollars on some of their own relative products.
For this reason it is a good idea to acquire a dealer catalog if possible and familiarize yourself with all the different brands and their new suggested list prices. I will provide excerpts from my own catalogs later in this booklet. This way, when you encounter a used drum kit with several cymbals included, the evaluation process will come naturally. At least you will know a bargain when you see it.
About the first thing a drummer will hock, when he is down on his luck, are his cymbals. Where are those cymbals now? They are in your local hock shop, of course! Yes, it is much better if you can find these cymbals before they reach the pawn shop but even so, I have found great bargains this way and have managed to turn them over for a profit. I tell you this in case you may be needing a cymbal or two to fill out a set you may be selling. Sometimes it helps to dress a used set up with a few extra cymbals, then jack up the price to match.
All dealers . . . hock shop owners included, are in business to make a profit. The OBJECTIVE is to make the largest profit possible. The game begins when 'WE' the consumers refuse to pay top dollar!
Haggling is the order of the day for this little business. You must do it if you are to show a profit!
There are many low end cymbals to choose from too. Some of these low end cymbals will fool you. One example I can think of is 'Camber' cymbals, made in Germany. I tend to recommend 'Camber' to students on a budget. Camber cymbals are economical, with decent tone and they hold up well under all the torture! They are usually priced well below the other brand name cymbals, so don't be fooled into paying too much for a used 'Camber' simply because it has the look and sound of a high end cymbal.
Just drive a hard bargain and don't pay too much! Remember, any music store can sell the same cymbals at a 20% discount, BRAND NEW, if you pressure them enough.
If you are buying used cymbals, follow these suggestions:
I am providing a bit of the DEALER CATALOG'S information that I mentioned earlier. This info is scanned directly from the 1995 Dealer catalogs. The prices you see quoted here were the suggested dealer list prices at that time. As I said earlier, almost any dealer will discount at least 20% off these suggested list prices. You may order any of these products directly from 'Bill Powelson's School of Drums' at 20% off current suggested list plus a small shipping fee. The only catch is that some of these prices may have changed since 1995, in which case you may receive 20% off on the current price.
I am providing this info as a service to help give you a better idea of original costs. This knowledge should assist you in assessing a fair used price on these or similar items.
ZILDJIAN AVAILABILITY & MODELS:
CAST CYMBALS are individually fashioned from a special alloy that has been a Zildjian family secret for over 370 years. This results in extra hard bronze cymbals that give you increased power and projection; cymbals that are natural alive and expressive.
A.Zildjian cymbals are the most versatile and popular cymbals ever produced. The generally hiqher bow accentuates the ,Zildjian mid-ranqe and higher frequencies which creates a brilliant and full-bodied sound with a wealth of tonal colors. A.Zildjian cymbals are appropriate in any musical setting, with the widest variety of weights and sizes available.
A select range of sounds drawn from the A.Zildjian family, radical new hammering techniques and special thin weights give these exciting cymbals their exceptional sound. A.Customs are not too dark, not too bright. Their sound is strongly reminiscent of the other A.Zildjians, but with a contemporary feel. The ultimate in sophisticated modern cymbal sound for the drummer looking for total sound quality. All A.Custom cymbals are Brilliant finish.
The unique tonal colors of K.Zildjian cymbals have always been associated with the most innovative drummers in music. K.Zildjian cymbals are hand crafted to produce their dry, dark, shimmering tonal colors.
Originally launched in 1985 the Z Series was the first totally new design in cymbals to be created from the Zildjian alloy in over 3 centuries. Now Zildjian has incorporated its latest computer hammering techniques and "Custom" manufacturing processes to create new lathed Z Custom cymbals with more volume, brilliance and cuttinq power.
A totally new cateqory of cast cymbals. lncorporatinq traditional "Chinese" manufacturinq philosophy. Authentic "China" sounds with Zildjian durability. These cymbals offer an array of completely oriqinal and unique sounds.
SHEET-BRONZE CYMBALS are created from discs of high quality alloy in a sealed, dust-free environment by skilled technicians. All sheet-bronze cymbals are totally consistent in sound within their model specification.
A significant breakthrough in cymbal manufacturinq technology...the result of extensive research and development. Scimitar Bronze and Scimitar Bronze Rock are complete lines of professional quality sheet-bronze cymbals that are afford-able even to the entry-level drummer. They feature special new profiles and dramatic combinations of hammering never before utilized. All Scimitar Bronze cymbals are highly buffed to a very beautiful, high-luster, reflective finish and the entire line is characterized by a fast response, quick decay with colorful, yet clean overtones.
Zildjian's popular line of entry level cymbals has been updated and improved. Most importantly, 'New Scimitar' is now created from the same sheet-bronze alloy as Zildjian's more expensive Scimitar Bronze range. New profiles and hammering have also been employed.
CYMBAL PRICE LISTS RIDE CYMBALS Part No. Description List Price 20518 20" Custom Ride $297.00 Ea 20520 22" Custom Ride 355.00 20522 20" Custom Ping Ride 297.00 20524 22" Custom Ping Ride 355.00 20528 20" Flat Top Ride 297.00 Hi HAT CYNBALS 20507 13" Custom Hi Hat - Pair $324.00 Pr 20508 13" Custom Hi Hat - Top Only 162.00 Ea 20509 13" Custom Hi Hat - 162.00 Ea Bottom Only 20510 14" Custom HI Hat- Pair $366.00 Pr 20511 14" Custom Hi Hat-Top Only 183.00 Ea 20512 14" Custom Hi Hat- 183.00 Ea Bottom Only SPECIAL A CUSTOM/Z Hi HAT COMBINATIONS 20504 13" A Custom/Z Hi Hat - Pair $320.00 Pr (A Custom Top/Z Dyno Beat Bottom) 20505 14" A Custom/Z Hi Hat - Pair 360.00 Pr (A Custom Top/Z Dyno Beat Bottom) CRASH CYMBALS (NEW) 20538 6" Custom Splash $91.00 Ea 20540 8" Custom Splash 107.00 20542 !0" Custom Splash 125.00 20544 12" Custom Splash 146.00 20525 14" Custom Crash 182.00 20513 15" Custom Crash 200.00 20514 16" Custom Crash 220.00 20515 17" Custom Crash 241.00 20516 18" Custom Crash 259.00 20517 19" Custom Crash 280.00 SPECIAL EFFECT CYMBALS 20611 18" Custom Swish $281.00 Ea 20613 20" Custom Swish 313.00 20615 22" Custom Swish 359.00 Avedis Zildjian RIDE CYMBALS Part No. Description List Price 0012 18" Light Ride $240.00 Ea 0014 20" Light Ride 275.00 0020 16" Crash Ride 204.00 0021 17" Crash Ride 223.00 0022 18"Crash Ride 240.00 0023 19" Crash Ride 259.00 0024 20" Crash Ride 275.00 0026 22" Crash Ride 329.00 0030 16" Medium Ride 204.00 0032 18" Medium Ride 240.00 0034 20" Medium Ride 275.00 0036 22" Medium Ride 329.00 0037 24" Medium Ride 357.00 0040 18" Ping Ride 240.00 0042 20" Ping Ride 275.00 NEW SCIMITAR RIDE CYMBALS Part No. Description List Price M2908 20" Ride $133.00 Ea. HI HAT CYMBAL M2913 13" Hi Hat - Pair $130.00 Pr. M2913 13" Hi Hat - Top Only 65.00 Ea. M2913 13" Hi Hat - Bottom Only 65.00 Ea. M2914 14" Hi-Hat - Pair 144.00 Pr. M2914 14" Hi Hat - Top Only 72.00 Ea. M2916 14" Hi Hat - Bottom Only 72.00 Ea. CRASH CYMBALS M2920 14" Crash $72.00 Ea. M2922 16" Crash 95.00 M2924 18" Crash Ride 110.00 CAMBER CYMBALS CO3OOMP - 14" Matched Pair, Hi Hats. $79.85 C0314 14" Crash 39.85 C031 16 16" Crash 55.20 C0318 18" Crash Ride 65.50 C0320 20" Ride 75.85 CO4l4MP- 14" Waved Edge Hi Hats 117.70 C9300X-CO3OOMP,CO316,CO318 199.85 ROYCE CYMBALS Low in price, cymbals. HQ14 - 14" $30.00 HQ16 - 16" 40.50 HQ18 - 18" 49.50 HQ2O- 20" 66.00 STUDENT LINE P312 - 12" $18.75 P314 - 14" 23.25 P316- 16" 31.50 P318- 18" 41.25
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This very informative little booklet will amaze you with hundreds of valuable tips and insider secrets! HOW TO: Purchase old/used drumsets for pennies and resell them for decent profits.