The Trap Set 
Overview of the kit, without the Chinese tom.
Overview of the kit, without the Chinese tom.
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Leedy solid ply mahogany. Original calf batter, slunk, and wire wound silk snares. (A slunk is a very thin snare side head made from the skin of aborted calves.)
Leedy solid ply mahogany. Original calf batter, slunk, and wire wound silk snares. (A slunk is a very thin snare side head made from the skin of aborted calves.)
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The engraved Leedy rim. Since there are no snare
The engraved Leedy rim. Since there are no snare "ears," I would guess this snare is about 1925.
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The
The "etched tan oval" badge is from the '20s.
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From the front.
From the front.
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Clamp on bass drum spurs. The bass also has an eye bolt so it can double as a marching bass.
Clamp on bass drum spurs. The bass also has an eye bolt so it can double as a marching bass.
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The action of this old Leedy pedal is surprisingly quick. It's not gummed up after all these years; it's still playable!
The action of this old Leedy pedal is surprisingly quick. It's not gummed up after all these years; it's still playable!
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Close up of the footboard.
Close up of the footboard.
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I wonder if I can figure out where the woodblock came from.
I wonder if I can figure out where the woodblock came from.
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