|Project by SirSeth||posted 12-10-2013 08:47 PM||2374 views||0 times favorited||4 comments|
I bought an old Premier Drum set from the 60’s in good condition and decided I didn’t prefer the black wrap. So off that came and now I have a pretty green fade drum set that looks as good as it sounds.
I used Keda dyes for the blend. Tru-oil Rubbed finish. It was my first experience with both and I’m pleased with these and will use them again in the future. The Tru-oil is time consuming, but easy to use without a lot of equipment and I like the finish. It’s gave a nice antique luster type look rather than dipped in plastic gloss look. I used coffee filters with balled up rags inside. Cheap and effective. Just a hint, buy small bottles of Tru-oil rather than large ones. It goes a long way and doesn’t keep well. I bought a huge bottle that will be mostly wasted.
Now for more cymbals. ;)
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