Here’s a super sweet example of the greatest snare drums ever made. This drum marks an important spot in the evolution of the Ludwig Supersensitive snare drum. The earliest Supers had brass shells and hoops, rotary mufflers, crimped snare beds and no serial number. This drum is the first step of the evolution. In 1963 … Read More
This is one exceptional 1970s Ludwig 5×14 Supersensitve. No issues. Gleaming chrome. Look extremely close and you might find a few pits. Otherwise flawless. No dents, holes, modifications or damage. 100% original. Even the original bottom head and wires. They don’t show up looking like this every day!! PRICE: $495.00. Single click image to enlarge.
#20-11, Bun E. Carlos’s Ludwig 1920s Brass, Supersensitive, 2 snares 14×5. $1,695 5.5×14, Heavy brass shell. Snares under both heads. Calf head on top. “Super Sensitive” engraved in the bottom hoop. You can see a little rust on some of the throw off parts and the tension rods. It’s all original and all there. Single … Read More
CTS#1 Bun E. Carlos’s Original Cheap Trick, Ludwig 1966 Supersensitive 14×5 Snare Drum. $8,995 5×14, SN 304190, I got this drum in1966 and played it on all my gigs right up through the first year of Cheap Trick in 1973. I used it again in 1976 an 1977 to record every track on the first … Read More
#22, Bun E. Carlos’s Ludwig 1969 Black Diamond Supersensitive Snare drum, Bob Yeager. 14×5.5. $1,495 14×5.5. SN 646841 A true Ludwig rarity, this is the only wood shell Super Sensitive snare drum built after 1950 I’ve ever come across! Ludwig custom built this drum for Bob Yeager. Yeager was the founder of the Hollywood Pro … Read More