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  1. mrjoshfryer
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    Default Ludwig 14x10

    Here is a tom that I converted into a snare a while ago. Sounds great but I'm looking to sell it. Could you tell me what I could get for it?
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    probably a whole lot less than if you sold the muffler, lugs, badge, throw, tom mount and bare shell separately

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilledbongo View Post
    probably a whole lot less than if you sold the muffler, lugs, badge, throw, tom mount and bare shell separately
    This is most likely true. While there are not a lot of people needing spare parts, there are a lot less that need a converted 14x10 tom.
    Looking to sell my 14x5.5 Ludwig "Blacrolite."

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    So what do you think price wise. I know lugs can be 5$ each ( 12x5$) then badge 20$,muffler 50$, idk something like 160$ for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjoshfryer View Post
    So what do you think price wise. I know lugs can be 5$ each ( 12x5$) then badge 20$,muffler 50$, idk something like 160$ for it
    I'm no expert but that seems a little high.
    SAManiac's kit is really freaking cool If I do say so myself...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SAManiac View Post
    I'm no expert but that seems a little high.
    ive sold all those parts on ebay. youre right on all, plus maybe 20 for the tom bracket, 15 for the rims, 10 for the t-rods and maybe another 75+ for the bare shell.... there is always demand for ludwig vintage parts...its hard to get the badge and vent off and id leave it on to prove its a ludwig shell...the low serial and pointed b&o badge say early 70s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilledbongo View Post
    ive sold all those parts on ebay. youre right on all, plus maybe 20 for the tom bracket, 15 for the rims, 10 for the t-rods and maybe another 75+ for the bare shell.... there is always demand for ludwig vintage parts...its hard to get the badge and vent off and id leave it on to prove its a ludwig shell...the low serial and pointed b&o badge say early 70s.
    Well there you have it. Disregard my statement
    SAManiac's kit is really freaking cool If I do say so myself...
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    So is my price right? More or less?

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    $45 as a complete drum.


    More if parted out.

    Start the bidding at a penny and let the market decide.

    Sent from my Starclassic snare.
    I own or have owned drums and cymbals made by every major manufacturer. My go-to kit is a DW Collectors series set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsgnst View Post
    $45 as a complete drum. More if parted out. Start the bidding at a penny and let the market decide. Sent from my Starclassic snare.
    I got 110$ for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjoshfryer View Post

    I got 110$ for it.
    That's the beauty of the free market...you never know what it will go for! I had a cracked Vistalite bass that was nearly worthless, I stripped the hardware and the various parts sold for over $250 and were shipped from Atlanta, to Yellowknife, and even the Netherlands. I knew people would want the parts but the prices they sold for really surprised me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjoshfryer View Post

    I got 110$ for it.
    How long did you have it listed?
    Looking to sell my 14x5.5 Ludwig "Blacrolite."

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