Charles Stromberg and his son Elmer made Drums, Banjos, Mandolins, and Archtop Guitars in Boston from 1905 until about 1955.
With a redesigned snare throw-off and aluminum rims, Stromberg's Supertone model was a truly modern drum in its day. The low profile hoops were intended to not interfere with the drummers sticks. The snare mechanism kept the wires under tension even when not engaged with the bottom head.
This excellent condition Supertone Orchestra Snare Drum is a small work of art.
Inside the snare is Stromberg's card with a 40 Hanover St address meaning it was produced between 1929 and 1932.
Last owner put heads on from Primo Music in Walnut Creek California, which was a late 1970's music store.
Excellent condition and solid, this snare is one of the most exceptional I ever heard.
Call Paul at 401 722 5837 for details.
Includes Tweed Case from 1930s.



Mother of Pearl
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