Trick Drums Buddy Rich 100th Anniversary Snare Drum Review

Buddy was the master. No one can dispute that. Tone, technique, showmanship — the man had it all. From Trick Drums of Chicago, a city Buddy loved, comes a signature snare in honor of his 100th birthday. The BRD100SD expertly tops a 3mm aerospace aluminum shell, chosen for its organic tone and sensitivity, with a host of classic appointments and a CNC machined “BR” badge. The Trick GS007 throw off mechanism is laser engraved with Buddy’s signature and delivers a wide range of snare options, loose or taught. Each of these limited-edition snares comes numbered and hand signed by Buddy’s daughter Cathy.

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GTcroove says:

Nick definitely had fun while playing this snare. Great solo!

Erik Fraunfelter says:

The snare drum should have been fiber glass.

Roe Sham Boe says:

every time a drummer friend does a nice tight snare roll directly into a fill, i turn to someone and say “he just pulled a sweet NDV”

Etunimi Sukunimi says:

Those rolls are amazing

thomas the meme says:

I thought Buddy Rich used Remo?

aaroN Hoff says:

You know what, Nick? You show a lot of promise. With enough practice, dedication, and hard work, you just might make a name for yourself in this drumming biz…

Dennis Beckett says:

How many $’s?

HJCF0520 says:

Awesome sounding snare! Great playing!

Jacob Boyd says:

Do the Ludwig black magic snare next

Jose Feliciano says:

Sounds amazing

DtC says:

Can I get one that isn’t signed by Cathy Rich

Paul Wehr says:

Very nice sounding snare. Looks to have a very nice throw off.

Σταυρος Ελλας says:

11 minutes for a snare?
OK man……………..pffffff
Even in drum kits you don”t do that……!!!!

Chris L says:

I don’t get the reference, the late great Buddy Rich. what was he late for? brunch maybe…

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