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I have made this practice set for scottish snare drums as a christmas gift for my son, who learns the snare drums at the Bagad of Perros Guirec  :

 

 

The crown is made of teack wood and is a segmented circle. The stricking area is made of rubber.

The sticks are wood turned from ash. They have a tin inlaid decoration, following the style of old breton bombards and binious.

The back tip of the sticks is decorated with a dot of abalone pearl. (from Perros Guirec biggrin)

 




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Creation date : 19/12/2012 : 15:52
Last update : 11/02/2013 : 11:50
Category : Luthiery work - Percussions
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