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    SOLVED: Bad drum sour bracket EMERGENCY

    My bracket stripped! Got a gig Saturday.

    Help.
    Need the bracket and tightening bolt. Asap. Will pay expedited shipping.
    Last edited by Tom Killian; 06-04-2018 at 04:27 PM.
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    This is from a early 1970s, late 1970s slingerland bass drum. Please help. I Put ad a DFO as well.
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    Bass drum spur bracket gets the autocorrect treatment!

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    take the .. Got a Cowbell holder?

    If you have two.. well One will do (but look funny)
    Upside down -clamped- on the front hoop.

    GretschBD 004.jpg

    LP 338
    https://shop.musix.ch/en/Latin-Percu...g-Bracket.html

    tape/pad up/ hoop contact point so you don't scratch up anything etc. Get a rubber tip on the end
    https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C....0.jQHAeeT07H4

    338


    call GC Call your local stores

    check stock from 25 stores
    https://www.google.com/search?q=Lp+c...49868792229060

    search "Lp 338" on ebay
    but never get it on time)

    any long enough cb holder with that vice-type clamp)
    works
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    check with Maxwell's.

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    Can anyone tell? Is this a Slingerland?

    Looks like one no?


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    unfamiliar with Slingerland here
    1) is there a right and left 2) does backing pattern look same?

    http://www.drumforum.org/index.php?/...t-spur-mounts/
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    Definetly not
    If you highlight everything nothing stands out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jptrickster View Post
    Definetly not
    Agreed, that looks different to the spurs on my old Slingerland kit, a set which I never should have sold, but that's another story for another time. (If you're out there, Ryan, I want my drums back.)

    If you can't find a part, and don't want to deal with retapping the mount to accept another bolt, I'll share the obvious hack (since I haven't seen it mentioned yet). Go to the hardware store and get a small hose clamp in the plumbing section. It'll hold the spur in place better than the tape I see on there now.
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    ...and forgive me for asking my usual par-for-the-course stupid question: it's the threading inside the mount that stripped, and not the thumb screw?
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