Guns ‘N Roses, Steven Adler, Appetite For Destruction, Gretsch Drum Set. AUTHENTICATED! $49,995.00
This Gretsch/Ludwig/Zildjian drum set was used to record Guns ‘n Roses’ debut album “Appetite For Destruction” in 1987. The record breaking album was the biggest selling debut record of all time and the 11th best selling album of all time, ultimatley selling over 30 million copies. The drum sounds on this album set a new standard for hard rock recording. Producer Mike Clink hired Jamo to tech the sessions. Their choice for drums were this 1980s Gretsch square badge 22×16, 16×16, 13×9 and 12×8 natural maple set with a vintage 1920s Ludwig 5×14 heavy brass Standard model with Premier cast hoops and Zildjian cymbals, all supplied from Jamo’s time tested arsenal of top notch recording gear. The set remained in Jamo’s rental inventory and was used on countless sessions since. Phil Collins used the Gretsch set to record his first solo #1 hit “Against All Odds”. The Ludwig snare drum helped propel both Lady Gaga’s “Shallow”, and Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk”, into Grammy “Song Of The Year” status.
Included with the set is the “APPETITE” fight case originally acquired from Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, PLUS Jamo’s personal Guns N’ Roses tour jacket given to him by the band. COA signed by Producer Mike Clink and Paul Jamieson.
Single click image to enlarge. PRICE: $49,995.00. Serious offers considered.