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One with the same badge appears in the 1969 brit catalogue. I'll put more pics on if I get time, but I just wanted a general idea. I like birch, so looking forward to giving the snare a blast! My Premier also have a differenet looking lugs on tom and floor tom. If not, they are older than 1970, that year premier start with serial number. The drums are birch, and there badge has a white border, but it's not present on the small toms or bass drum.
And wood, is it darkred mahagoney ( african mahagony) or light wood, Birtch? Plus, having had difficulty fitting a replacement head to the lower floor, it could be that they're pre international sizes, which would make them 1960's?
, of course, was the deciding factor but, hey, the details were fun to assimilate!
Occasionally one sixties Japanese drum or drum kit would emerge as a winner, at least referring to the sound.
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I'm told it had a mother of pearl wrap at one time, but it's since been removed an it exists in its bare wood, though varnished state now. Do all the badges have no borders on them with the "P" centered?
Today, Pearl's Taiwanese operation encompasses five factories whose output supplies nearly the entire worldwide market for Pearl products. through Pearl dealers, Hughes and Kettner guitar and bass amplifiers are distributed through Pearl's main warehouse in Nashville, Tennessee and Sabian cymbals are distributed in Japan through Pearl dealers.
The original Chiba factory now caters to the domestic Japanese market, producing drum kits, marching drums, timpani, and symphonic chimes. Pearl created several drum products, such as shells in the 1970s that were made of wood with a fiber-glass lining.
I am collecting pics of Pearl Drum Badges from all years and all series. The Rectangular 80's and 90's style and the Masters' are my fav's but I'm wanting to compile a visual collection for "All to See".
From 1966 Presidents onward to the latest Masterworks Artisans - I would like to see them all.
They had no value as trade-ups to prestigious brands they emulated: Slingerland, Gretsch, and occasionally Rogers. I know I certainly missed the point all these years.