eames drum shells

Drummer Cafe Forum - Birch Shells: Eames or Keller or

Drummer Cafe Forum - Birch Shells: Eames or Keller or

Dec 13, 2004· for eames the first 4 drums run around $700 unfinished or $850 finished, compared to raw unfinished Keller shells for around $400 a considerable price difference it is great that eames offers the option of getting the shells finished or unfinished, and ,

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Eames Drum Company - Home | Facebook

Eames Drum Company - Home | Facebook

Eames Drum Company 402 likes 1 talking about this Fan page for Eames Drums of Saugus, MA High quality, hand crafted birch drums/drum shells created.

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Eames Drums | [DFO] Drum Forum

Eames Drums | [DFO] Drum Forum

Jan 31, 2015· Eames are top quality drums, Joe MacSweeney is the builder and makes the shells by hand I've owned 3 Eames kits over the past 20 years and they all sounded fantastic The 'house lugs' that he uses look like Slingerland's, that may be what is on the kit you asked about

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eames drums | eBay

eames drums | eBay

Find great deals on eBay for eames drums Shop with confidence

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The Omnipresent Eames Tom Toms - Jon Cohan's Drum Tech Site

The Omnipresent Eames Tom Toms - Jon Cohan's Drum Tech Site

Sep 03, 2008· Seriously though, Eames drums are completely hand-crafted instruments made one at a time by Joe MacSweeney at his workshop in Saugus, MA Joe took over the company from Ralph Eames a number of years ago and is one of the only drum smiths in the country to actually make his own shells

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Eames Drum Company - Home

Eames Drum Company - Home

This is the official site and launch pad of Eames Drum Company, home of Eames Finecraft, Finetone, Naturaltone and Mastertone North America Birch Handcrafted Drum Shells Eames Drum Company was founded in 1950 when Ralph G Eames purchased the drum making equipment that had been used since 1890 by the George B Stone & Son Drum Company

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Eames Drums | Drummerworld Forum

Eames Drums | Drummerworld Forum

Oct 10, 2009· I have a kit,and I love them,you can find out particulars on the drums at the eames website,but I can share some trivia,most of this info I got from Joe Mac himselfthe company and tooling was sold to Ralph Eames in the 50's,Joe bought the company in 1977, The shells are steambent,the equipment is from the stone drum co of george lawrence stone stick control fame,The 50's thru late 70's drums .

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