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Gretsch Brooklyn 3pc Jazz Drum Set Silver Sparkle

Gretsch drums were born in Brooklyn, New York in 1883. They were proudly crafted in the vibrant city for the better part of the 20th Century. Brooklyn and Gretsch share an inseparable history that is part of American music history and folklore. It is a shared legacy that cannot be duplicated. Today, Brooklyn represents a renaissance community that vibrates with contemporary artistic expression, youthful innovation and passionate musical commitment. Gretsch Brooklyn series celebrates the rejuvenated Brooklyn city passion and spirit and expands on its distinctive shared American experience.

Proudly hand crafted in Ridgeland, South Carolina, USA, by a team of veteran drum builders, Gretsch Brooklyn has a sound that is at once recognizable and essential, yet distinctively reinvented. The Gretsch drum design team molded the Brooklyn series by combining classic Gretsch elements while infusing it with new attributes. They expanded upon traditional drum designs to shape a sound that retains fundamental Gretsch characteristics while projecting a fresh voice.

  • 6-ply North American maple/poplar shells with Silver Sealer interiors
  • 30 degree bearing edges
  • 302 double-flanged hoops on snares/toms; Maple hoops with matching lacquer or inlay on bass drums
  • Remo drum heads
18x14, 12x8, 14x14. Drums only; hardware/cymbals sold separately.
Sours: https://www.drumcenternh.com/gretsch-brooklyn-3pc-jazz-drum-set-silver-sparkle

For sale is a Vintage 1960's Ludwig Silver Sparkle 3pc Piece Drum Kit. 20/12/16. 3ply shells with re rings and white paint. This kit not a numbers matching. The drums have no fading and it matches very well, looks real sharp. This item has some wear and tear with some rust, scratches and pitting on the chrome parts. The finish is in good condition, some scratches and rash. The seams are all tight. There are no extra holes on the drums. Bass ball bat mufflers are still there and function great! The 12" is a right side tom for i'm guessing a left handed drum set or double kick kit. Shells are in round and bearing edges are great. This kit looks and sounds amazing. And all the drums are in collectors condition. They just are not numbers matching. Please check all the photos before purchasing. Feel free to contact me with any questions.

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Based out of Minneapolis, we tour the country looking for new vintage gear to sell online!

We specialize in anything drum related from the early 1900's to the 1980's

We sell drums, hardware, parts, cymbals etc.

We take pride in making sure all items are cleaned and restored to as close to their original condition as possible before selling. We make our descriptions as accurate as possible. If there is an issue or concern, please contact us before purchasing. If you require additional photos, we will do our best to accommodate.

We offer free domestic shipping. If you live outside of the lower 48 states, there will be some shipping charges that we may have to bill you for separately. We also do ship internationally as long as the item is withing the size limitations for your country. Any special requests will be honored to the best of our ability. Ebay's shipping quotes are sometimes off, so please message us to get an accurate quote.

Returns are accepted within 14 days of purchase. However, there may be a 10% restocking fee depending on the reason for return. If the item comes back damaged, we will not be able to issue refund.


We offer free domestic shipping. If you live outside of the lower 48 states, there will be some shipping charges that we may have to bill you for separately. We also do ship internationally as long as the item is withing the size limitations for your country. Any special requests will be honored to the best of our ability. Ebay's shipping quotes are sometimes off, so please message us to get an accurate quote.

Returns are accepted within 14 days of purchase. However, there may be a 10% restocking fee depending on the reason for return. If the item comes back damaged, we will not be able to issue refund.
Sours: https://reverb.com/item/9231629-ludwig-silver-sparkle-3pc-drum-set-kit-shell-pack-1960-s
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drum-tec diabolo Shell Set (silver sparkle)

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drum-tec diabolo Shell Set (silver sparkle)

++ Made in Germany ++

  • The drum-tec diabolo series, like its big brother the drum-tec pro series, is a proprietary design and the result of our longstanding experience as e-drum professionals
  • The entire series is assembled by hand to meet our incredibly high quality demands.
  • We only make use of beautifully finished shells that have been specifically designed for our trigger technology and are manufactured to our exact specifications. All required components have been built in laser-controlled precision work right here in Germany.
  • The drum-tec diabolo series supports high-end features like position-sensing (with Roland TD-12/20/25/27/30/50 and Pearl Mimic Pro sound modules) as well as complete dual-triggering on the toms.
  • The bass drum is equipped with the Real Feel Damping System which provides an authentic playing feel with minimal noise development.
  • All pads are equipped with a 2-ply drum-tec design mesh head. They are amazing to play and feature outstanding trigger-characteristics and extremely high durability while still producing only minor surface noise.

The drum-tec diabolo Shell Set is the perfect Mesh head Set with a noble Design in the medium price-class.


The components of the drum-tec diabolo Shell Set (silver sparkle):

  • 2 x drum-tec series diabolo 12"x5,0" tom/snare drum
  • 2 x drum-tec series diabolo 10"x5,0" tom
  • 1 x drum-tec series diabolo 18"x12" bass drum

All drum-tec pads of the pro- and diabolo series are compatible with the following components:

  • All Roland modules from TD-3, ..., TD-11, .. TD-17, TD-27 to TD-50/X and everything in between
  • Pearl Mimic Pro
  • Roland TMC-6, TM-2
  • All Roland Octapads and Multipads from the SPD series, like SPD-S/SX and SPD-30
  • ATV aD5, xD3
  • All EFNOTE modules
  • 2Box module drumIt5, drumIt5 MKII and drumIt3
  • all ddrum modules (ddrum 2, 3, 4 + AT)
  • Yamaha DTXM12 Multipad - 1 zone only (no rim detection)
  • Yamaha modules - 1 zone only (no rim detection)

Dimensions (without packaging):

WeightWidthHeight
10"x5,0" Tom Tom2,5kg28cm15cm
12"x5,0" Tom/Snare Drum2,9kg32cm16cm
18"x12" Bass Drum9,1kg49cm40cm



Reviews 1
From:Reinhold "Reini" BinderOn:7 Nov 2020

Reinhold "Reini" Binder

Ich spiele seit über 20 Jahren eDrums und habe kürzlich mein zweites Diabolo-Shell-Set, diesmal in "silver sparkle" gekauft. Die Verarbeitung und die Qualität sind erstklassig, die Optik ein absoluter Hingucker auf der Bühne. Das Spielgefühl auf den Kesseln, insbesondere auch auf der Kickdrum ist spitzenmässig und die ausgereifte Trigger-Elektronik setzt dynamisches Spiel optimal und fehlerfrei um. Eine absolute Empfehlung für Drummer die wert auf ein hochwertiges Set legen!

Sours: https://www.drum-tec.com/drum-tec-diabolo-Shell-Set-silver-sparkle
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Thread: Refinishing drums in silver sparkle

A few months ago, I finally completed the enormous project of refinishing a set of drums in a sparkle finish. I'd like to share my process with you, in case anyone is thinking about doing this themselves, or (hopefully) just for an interesting read. Before this project, I had only ever refinished one drum, and had never done a glitter finish. I make no claims that this is the best way to do this; it’s just what made sense to me.

I bought this kit for a really good price from a drummer who had toured with it. The bearing edges and insides of the drums were in great shape, but the surfaces of every drum were completely scratched beyond repair. The only reason I had the courage to attempt this was that I planned on wrapping the drums if my finishing job didn’t turn out.

This whole project was done at home without any specialty equipment, spray booths, buffing wheels, etc. All materials were bought at a regular hardware store, except for the 1000 – 2000 grit sandpaper, which I ordered online. If you have access to professional equipment, that’s a huge bonus, and you’ll probably have even better results than I did.


1. I started out by sanding off the lacquer from the previous finish. The lacquer comes off as a white powder, and I sanded down until some of the finish color started coming off with the lacquer. I kept the surface pretty rough, so my base coat would adhere better.


2. Tape up all bearing edges and lug holes. I used packing tape for this. I found that it bonded well and came off cleanly. Whatever you do, DO NOT use masking tape. I ran out of packing tape and used masking on one drum. It took me hours to peel the tape off and clean the excess adhesive.

3. Spray on primer, let dry, and then your base coat, let dry. I just used a regular can of spray paint.

4. Brush on lacquer. While still wet, (with your fingers) sprinkle glitter evenly around the surface. Hold your hand a few feet above the drum, and let the glitter fall onto the surface. (Like you're sprinkling salt on something.) As much as you can, limit the amount of glitter you put down within a quarter inch of each bearing edge, so the heads fit on easier. Let dry.

5. Repeat step 4 as often as necessary, to achieve the level of coating you're looking for. (I probably did about 3 layers of glitter.)

6. Next, brush on multiple layers of lacquer to fill in the low spots on the surface. Allow a few days for drying between applications. Let your final layer of lacquer dry for about a week.

7. Now the fun begins: sanding. The challenge of a glitter finish is how rough the surface gets. It takes an incredible amount of lacquer to fill in the low spots, and an incredible amount of sanding to get rid of the peaks. I started out with 100 grit and then moved to 220.

When sanding, make sure the excess lacquer turns powdery. If it turns gummy - stop! The surface hasn't cured long enough - wait a few days and try again. When finished sanding, brush on another coat and repeat the process (many times!)

8. When your surface starts to get reasonably smooth, you can switch to spray on lacquer, and wet sanding. If I remember correctly, I started with 400 grit, then 600, 1000, 1200, 1500, and 2000. Again, allow to dry for a few days between each coat. Repeat until your surface is as smooth as glass.

9. Remove tape carefully. I took a razor blade, and (again, I’m going to use the word ‘CAREFULLY’) cut around the outer bearing edge, where the tape ends, and the surface of the shell begins. All the built up lacquer in the lug holes came out nicely with a drill bit. It wasn't attached to a drill; I just used my hands to screw it in. ‘Drill’ from the outside, in – not from the inside, out – or you risk cracking the lacquer.

10. Then the hardest step of all: Have the patience to wait a week or two for the surface to cure before waxing. I used a hand-held electric buffer, and started with a scratch removing compound, then wax, and then a polishing compound.



There is information out there on how to do this, but you have to dig for it. Most of what I found came in bits and pieces from multiple sites, so I can’t really point you to one place in particular. Try googling ‘finishing lacquer’ ‘buffing lacquer’ etc. Of course, the most useful information I learned was through trial and error…lots of error!

It will probably take more cans and spray cans of lacquer to do this than you think. I lost track of the total amount I bought.

Put a few drops of dish soap into your water when wet sanding.

If your surface seems smooth, hold it up to the light at an angle, it might not be as smooth as you think!

If you’re doing an entire kit, try to keep the drums at different stages of completion, so you always have something to do. Otherwise it’s a lot of work, a lot of waiting, a lot of work, a lot of waiting.

If this is your first time refinishing, the most important thing I can say is: ‘HAVE PATIENCE.’ If you make a mistake (and you probably will make several – I know I did) don’t get frustrated. Just keep at it, and hopefully it works out for you.

Sours: https://www.pearldrummersforum.com/

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