THE CLASSIFIEDS - For Sale / Wanted

DogBreath

Administrator Emeritus
THIS IS THE CLASSIFIEDS THREAD.

1) If you are selling equipment, please give all relevant details. What are you selling, what condition is it in, how old is it, how much money are you asking for, what is the location of the equipment, will you allow pick up if bought locally, how much is shipping if it's not bought locally, where you are willing to ship. Post pictures or links to pictures if there are any available.

2) If you are interested in buying any equipment advertised please send the seller a PM or email and continue business privately from there on. Responding in this thread with a post like "I want to buy those cymbals, are they still for sale?" is likely to go unnoticed by the seller.

3) DrummerWorld will not be held liable for any aspect of any transaction resulting from any information in this thread. We provide this thread as an advertising interface.

4) This service is for private sellers only. No commercial ventures or spam allowed. Suspected spammers will be instantly and permanently banned from DrummerWorld. Please post your own photographs and respect copyrighted material.

5) This thread will remain Sticky, but all posts older than 90 days will be deleted in the interest of keeping things current. If your items are still for sale or if you are still looking for an item after your post has been deleted, please feel free to repost.
 
Last edited:

helmsdeep48

New member
Can anyone tell me if this is a good deal? Thanks in advance.

 

Push pull stroke

Platinum Member
Can anyone tell me if this is a good deal? Thanks in advance.

The cymbals are worth maybe $15-20. I can’t speak with absolute sureness to the drums, but I’m guessing around $150-200 in that condition. They’re old enough to not have suspension mounts, but not old enough to really be vintage.
 

MrInsanePolack

Platinum Member
Can anyone tell me if this is a good deal? Thanks in advance.

The cymbals are worth maybe $15-20. I can’t speak with absolute sureness to the drums, but I’m guessing around $150-200 in that condition. They’re old enough to not have suspension mounts, but not old enough to really be vintage.
That is a Pearl Forum kit. Late 90s, maybe early 2000s. When Pearl discontinued the Export for a short time, this was it's replacement. It didn't go over very well, and the Export was re-released. The Forum was subsequently discontinued. I don't think I would give $500 for this. Maybe $250. You can find a better kit/deal for $500.
 

moneydog59

Junior Member
+1
I've got a Taye Rock Pro kit. If the drums are in decent shape, edgewise, etc...this is a good deal. Love the kick, 20 x 16...it booms nicely.
 

Rattlin' Bones

Gold Member
Custom-order Canopus ash kit made for gigging. It was built for one of their Chicago-based artists. Sizes: 9x13 tom, 15x16 Floor, 10x18 kick. The kick is virgin no holes drilled. The original kick drum batter will be substituted for head in pics.

$1,275 shipped CONUS.

This kit is in fantastic shape and sounds very musical. There is one small set of marks on the floor tom where it must have banged against kick at some time. See pic.

Strong attack and quick response are the primary characteristics of this Canopus ash kit. And the shells really resonate and sing because of their thinness. Musical, thin and light - ash is a light wood but very strong. So they're very light to carry in and out to gigs. Strong, light, resonant drums. The ash is paired with poplar and, using Canopus original processing technique for the bearing edges, this creates a drum sound with a seasoned vintage sound. Think vintage jazz recordings. Delightful. Dry and resilient. It displays a full low frequency response, short sustain and clear projection.

The natural beauty of the ash woodgrain is visible with the red satin finish. Understated elegance. You'll look great on stage.

I've only had this kit a very short time. I'm selling because I'm looking for ultimate light small j kit for gigging. I'm 64 years old. I have trouble moving gear around. The kick is perfect lite and small, but I didn't anticipate the 16x15 tom giving me trouble. It sounds amazing but it's just too big for me but won't be a problem for anyone else. It's just my particular circumstance causing me to sell this wonderful sounding kit.Canopus1.jpgCanopus2.jpgCanopus3.jpgCanopus4.jpgCanopus5.jpgCanopusbw1.jpgCanopusbw2.jpgCanopuskit1.jpgCanopus sctatch.jpg

Shipping CONUS USA only. Payment via PayPal and must use a USA PayPal account. You can save the shipping costs if you're anywhere close to Louisville: come pick up or I'll meet you a bit outside Louisville.

Priced to sell quickly. A Canopus kit for under $1,300 shipped? Or even less if you pick up or we meet (deduct $175)? This is an excellent opportunity to own a finely crafted instrument.
 

roncadillac

Member
Custom-order Canopus ash kit made for gigging. It was built for one of their Chicago-based artists. Sizes: 9x13 tom, 15x16 Floor, 10x18 kick. The kick is virgin no holes drilled. The original kick drum batter will be substituted for head in pics.

$1,275 shipped CONUS.

This kit is in fantastic shape and sounds very musical. There is one small set of marks on the floor tom where it must have banged against kick at some time. See pic.

Strong attack and quick response are the primary characteristics of this Canopus ash kit. And the shells really resonate and sing because of their thinness. Musical, thin and light - ash is a light wood but very strong. So they're very light to carry in and out to gigs. Strong, light, resonant drums. The ash is paired with poplar and, using Canopus original processing technique for the bearing edges, this creates a drum sound with a seasoned vintage sound. Think vintage jazz recordings. Delightful. Dry and resilient. It displays a full low frequency response, short sustain and clear projection.

The natural beauty of the ash woodgrain is visible with the red satin finish. Understated elegance. You'll look great on stage.

I've only had this kit a very short time. I'm selling because I'm looking for ultimate light small j kit for gigging. I'm 64 years old. I have trouble moving gear around. The kick is perfect lite and small, but I didn't anticipate the 16x15 tom giving me trouble. It sounds amazing but it's just too big for me but won't be a problem for anyone else. It's just my particular circumstance causing me to sell this wonderful sounding kit.View attachment 90371View attachment 90372View attachment 90373View attachment 90374View attachment 90375View attachment 90376View attachment 90377View attachment 90378View attachment 90379

Shipping CONUS USA only. Payment via PayPal and must use a USA PayPal account. You can save the shipping costs if you're anywhere close to Louisville: come pick up or I'll meet you a bit outside Louisville.

Priced to sell quickly. A Canopus kit for under $1,300 shipped? Or even less if you pick up or we meet (deduct $175)? This is an excellent opportunity to own a finely crafted instrument.
Fantastic deal and some seriously great drums, good luck with the sale!

Though this is a dramatic step down from your canopus kit... Check out the pearl midtown. They are stupid light, have a dedicated bag set, and come 10t/13ft/13s/16b.
 

Rattlin' Bones

Gold Member
I have a new INDe Wayfarer kit arriving today. I know it will be smaller and easier for me to handle - I just hope it sounds as good and looks as good as the Canopus.

Fantastic deal and some seriously great drums, good luck with the sale!

Though this is a dramatic step down from your canopus kit... Check out the pearl midtown. They are stupid light, have a dedicated bag set, and come 10t/13ft/13s/16b.
 

Spreggy

Silver Member
Want to buy:
Jazz Ride: something dry, nice wash, clear and woody stick definition for the main ride. Such as K Custom Special Dry Light, and so on. Anyone have a nice deal they'd like to part with?
Mission accomplished, no longer need this!
 
Last edited:
hey all- I currently have these listed on Reverb/eBay, but if anyone is interested in any of them here let me know. I would be willing to work out some deals.

EDIT: all that's left: Gretsch Stave Maple Snare 6.5x14 (Weathered White): drum is in excellent condition with only light stick marks on the head. will ship in original box.
 

Attachments

Last edited:

wraub

Well-known member
Anyone in the AZ area have a 20" bass hoop to sell? Cheaply, even? :D

The drum is natural but any color will do, it's for a kit for recording.

Thanks!
 

GruntersDad

Administrator - Mayor
Staff member
hey all- I currently have these listed on Reverb/eBay, but if anyone is interested in any of them here let me know. I would be willing to work out some deals.

View attachment 90677

PDP Concept Maple Exotic Snare (5.5x14) and tom (8x10): snare is brand new, unplayed. tom has some light stick marks on head.

Gretsch Broadkaster 'Vintage Build' Snare 6.5x14 (Satin Copper): it's in excellent condition. it came brand new with a few surface scratches on finish (hard to see). only played once for a short time.

Gretsch Stave Maple Snare 6.5x14 (Weathered White): drum is in excellent condition with only light stick marks on the head.
Link?????
 
for sale: 1968/69 Ludwig Super Classic in Silver Sparkle 13/16/22. If you're interested let me know and I can give you the run-down or you can check my Reverb page. Here's some pictures (last one is what the inside of the shells looked like when I received them before sanding and shellacing)

edit: SOLD
llesjxwohppjhgyy00st.jpg:r2qdxitheukxzmegdyd0.jpgpayqzbzz62kduu5urr9k.jpgblwlkojtdbt59wuuh841.jpgtz2hf17rjjsjlou5vqoe.jpglkjf528dzqphlka0fiao.jpglbzhpgwwx2zebxxx7mtx.jpg
 
Last edited:

cutaway79

Silver Member
In search of Mapex Orion (silver badge) toms. Any shell finish, chrome hardware preferred. Specifically in search of:

15x13 or 12
16x14 or 13
Any "short stack" toms
 
Top