ID vintage hardware please

lefty2

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I have a box of lugs and other things I've had since the 70s. I'm wondering about the value of these two items and what brand they might be. The snare basket is obvious what it is. It has a knurled nut to keep it tight against the drum, which is kind of unique. I'm not sure what the other item is, maybe part of a tom mount or kick drum spurs. There are no markings stating where they were made either.
 

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lefty2

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Wow! I thought someone would respond about what these items are.
 

MrInsanePolack

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This is just a guess, but some sort of mount. The thing was designed to turn on 2 different axis, spurs dont require that. However, the weird angle of it, and the shape of the base are really throwing me off. It might not even be a drum part. It could be a mirror post to a 31 Cadillac for all I can tell.

I like the thumb screw on the snare basket. I use that style of stand, but it has the standard screw under the adjustable arm. It comes loose quite often. That thumb screw is a much better idea.
 

lefty2

Platinum Member
This is just a guess, but some sort of mount. The thing was designed to turn on 2 different axis, spurs dont require that. However, the weird angle of it, and the shape of the base are really throwing me off. It might not even be a drum part. It could be a mirror post to a 31 Cadillac for all I can tell.

I like the thumb screw on the snare basket. I use that style of stand, but it has the standard screw under the adjustable arm. It comes loose quite often. That thumb screw is a much better idea.
Well I'm not 100% sure about that dual axis mounting bracket. It may not be a drum part I've always thought it was though and kept it with my drum junk. I'm surprised that the thumbscrew or nut on snare basket never caught on because I'm with you I think it's a good idea.
 

lefty2

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Someone on a facebook thread told me that the snare basket was a Camco. Can any of you Camco experts confirm that?
 
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