Radio King Chrome Shell Snare Drum 1963
Slingerlands first postwar metal snare was made in Chicago in the late fifties. Your choice: lacquered brass or chromed brass with a Radio King three-point strainer, no brackets. In the Zoomatic era the choice of a RK strainer could save you 5 dollars in the brass shell section. Here's a fine example of the Niles version with the 3 lines shell and the new "NeverLost" Radio King strainer-arm. Sounds as good as it looks!
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