1960s Slingerland ‘Tournament Model’ 14x10” in Red and Cream Duco

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1960s Slingerland ‘Tournament Model’ 14x10” in Red and Cream Duco

295.00

1960s Slingerland ‘Tournament Model’ 14x10” in Red and Cream Duco

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1960s Slingerland ‘Tournament Model’ 14x10” in Red and Cream Duco

8-lug design, seperate tension model. 3-ply shell. All original chrome hardware.

Stripped, cleaned and polished in my workshop.

As you can see/might expect this drum is full of character. The original duco finish and the wooden hoop paint is worn but has polished up nicely. With having wooden hoops and due to the depth of the drum it is very wide open and honky, but with some clever dampening is packs a punch!

There is a little bit of seperation on the re-inforcing ring but this is only on the scarf join not the whole ring, so doesn’t affect its structural duties.

These don’t crop up too often. Usually the ones that do, are the single tension which don’t offer as many tuning options!

As often on Slingerland drums from this era, the Sound King strainer has left a little indent underneath the badge. It’s barely visible, but worth noting. This intend occurs when the strainer is dialled in, it angles in towards the shell. Nothing to worry about - just cosmetic.

It’s also worth noting, this is a very rare duco finish!

Fitted with Fiberskyn Ambassador, Ambassador snare side and generic wires.

These drums were cataloged all throughout the 60s.

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