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  1. HERTA so good!

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    Default Show off your snare drum display!

    Since I've got some new space, I'm looking to build a display for my snare drum collection. I want the end goal to be both visually appealing yet easy to grab a snare drum in the event I want to swap them around. I've got about 11 snare drums so far with plans to add a few more over the next few months. Would love to see what you've got so I can get some inspiration.
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    I use black wire shelves in my drum cave. It makes it easy to change up if I decide to add one,..... or seven more!
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    Rotarded, nice looking Ludwig Fam!

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    Dana Bentley has offered these for years. Still has one left. Most of the more popular racks from Guitar Center/Musician's Friend only hold 7-8 snares. This one holds 16-20 snares... and is 4-tier. If I wanted to display snare drums, I'd probably get this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rotarded View Post
    I use black wire shelves in my drum cave. It makes it easy to change up if I decide to add one,..... or seven more!
    Very cool!

    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    Dana Bentley has offered these for years. Still has one left. Most of the more popular racks from Guitar Center/Musician's Friend only hold 7-8 snares. This one holds 16-20 snares... and is 4-tier. If I wanted to display snare drums, I'd probably get this.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Four-Row-Sn...UAAOSw7ThUmj1j
    Nice! That would mean I'd have to add a lot more snare drums lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drumminjc View Post
    Very cool!

    Nice! That would mean I'd have to add a lot more snare drums lol.
    I was actually thinking you could fill up most of it, but spreading things out a bit. You could add a half a dozen snares pretty quick, if you really wanted it jammed
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    Here’s a picture of one of my racks that I bought from MF. It’s the kind that D4L spoke about. I purchased a second one as my collection has grown to 12. Right now I have a kit set up in front of the second rack so I can’t get a good picture, but you get the idea. I was hoping that they would be stackable, but they are not. MF runs them periodically for $50 with free shipping. I’m thinking about putting castors on the legs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    I was actually thinking you could fill up most of it, but spreading things out a bit. You could add a half a dozen snares pretty quick, if you really wanted it jammed
    oh yeah, definitely.

    Quote Originally Posted by quicksticks View Post
    Here’s a picture of one of my racks that I bought from MF. It’s the kind that D4L spoke about. I purchased a second one as my collection has grown to 12. Right now I have a kit set up in front of the second rack so I can’t get a good picture, but you get the idea. I was hoping that they would be stackable, but they are not. MF runs them periodically for $50 with free shipping. I’m thinking about putting castors on the legs.
    Those look pretty sturdy. Might have to keep an eye out for the $50 deal lol.
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    I have 13 on the shelf above me, and 12 on the floor set up with my kits.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sticks4drums View Post
    I have 13 on the shelf above me, and 12 on the floor set up with my kits.

    That place looks killer! Definitely drum room goals lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by drumminjc View Post
    That place looks killer! Definitely drum room goals lol
    Thanks buddy!


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