any of these questions sound familiar:
Should I restore my drum even though it would alter the drums
originality or should I leave it as is?
Im not getting the sound I want from my vintage drum. Should
I have the bearing edges recut?
What are the best materials and techniques to use in restoring
Should I try to do the restoration myself or have a professional
How do I glue down the seam thats coming up on the wrap
finish of my drum?
There are hairline gaps between the reinforcement hoops and shell
of my Radio King snare drum. Should I glue and clamp, use a wood
filler, or leave it alone?
help you answer these and other questions concerning your next restoration
a restoration technician for 20 years, I have repaired thousands
of vintage drums and offer you extensive, expert experience. To
view a sample of articles that I have written about vintage drum
restoration click here. These
articles also appear in the Collectors Corner
column of Modern Drummer magazine.
The fee structure for
a telephone consultation is $25 for the first 15 minutes. Additional
5 minute blocks are $5 each. Longer consultations are also available.
The cost of one consultation is small compared to the possible loss
of your time and money due to mistakes and miscalculations. Getting
the right advice is a smart investment. Your drums are worth it.
Call today to schedule an appointment: toll free (800)729-3111 or
you all the best,
President Vintage Drum Center