Check out this video. We feature 3 of Elvin Jones’s drum sets from our collection. You’ll see Elvin’s Tama/Camco set, his Tama Crestar set and his Yamaha Maple Custom set, all played by the rather amazing Chris Hankins. It was so cool to have all 3 of these sets, along with Zildjian and Istanbul cymbals … Read More
I had a great conversation with Matt Biancardi at Reverb.com earlier this month. We talked in great detail about the Elvin Jones drum collection and my extreme good fortune to have been able to acquire it. Acquiring this monumental collection and the relationships I’ve made with countless drummers as a result of it has been … Read More
Elvin Jones Jazz Machine, Yamaha Gold Script Logo #40 This t-shirt was made exclusively for Elvin Jones and was worn in live performances between 1975-2004. Guaranteed authentic. Includes copy of letter from Keiko Jones stating Donn Bennett is the exclusive re-seller. Some new. Some stage worn and dry cleaned. Size XL. PRICE: $65.00 … Read More
Elvin Jones, Yamaha 22″ Cymbal Case, Un-used This Yamaha custom made 22″ fibre cymbal case does not appear to have been used. “ELVIN JONES, YAMAHA DRUMS” is stenciled on the front. Acquired directly from Elvin’s wife. COA signed by Keiko Jones. PRICE, $495.00 Serious offers considered. SINGLE CLICK PHOTO TO ENLARGE.
Phil Ehart, KANSAS, Yamaha, Beech Absolute Custom. White Marine over beech shells. 2, 26×16, 8×8, 10×9, 12×10, 14×12, 14×12, 16×16, 18×16, 5×14. Custom made for Phil Ehart and used on KANSAS tours from 2001-2006. Used again in Tacoma WA in May/2013. Includes all drums and hardware in studio photos. Not all drums are visible in … Read More
Vinnie Colaiuta,Yamaha Recording Custom 22×16,10×10,12×10,14×12,16×14 set plus additional 2x24x? 8×10, 12x?,13x? Cherrywood lacquer finish. This was Colaiuta’s main Yamaha recording and touring set from 1987 to 1996. Acquired directly from his drum tech Jimmy Robison at Drum Paradise in North Hollywood CA. Drums are in excellent condition with come very minor finish cosmetic scuffs. Nothing … Read More