Pictures of My Drums


Four swiss drums

My four drums T1 (wood), T2 (aluminum), T3 (wood with tensioning screws), and T4 (carbon)


Brown wood drum

T1: Brown wood drum, batter head view



Brown wood drum

T1, snare strainer view



Brown wood drum

T1, snare head view


Basel drum

T2: Basel drum, aluminum, batter head view



Basel drum

T2, snare strainer view



Basel drum

T2, snare head view


Black wood drum

T3: Black wood drum with tensioning screws, snare strainer view


Black wood drum

T3, snare head view


Carbon drum

T4: Carbon drum, snare strainer view



Carbon drum

T4, snare head view


Tambour d'ordonnance suisse de 1914

T5, Swiss Army Drum from 1914, batter head vew



Tambour d'ordonnance suisse de 1914

T5, snare head view



Tambour d'ordonnance suisse de 1914

T5, snare strainer view


A drummer practicing in the woods

A drummer practicing in the woods on a gray winter day

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