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The Speedy Sure Hold snare strainer (known to collectors as the three point strainer) was used on all snare drums except for the lower line models.

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Most bass drums and tom toms had three reinforcing rings (see below) until the 1940s. The adjustable brackets had small brass thumb wheels that raised or lowered the height of the snares.was soon discontinued after about a year due to a lawsuit over patent infringement with the Ludwig & Ludwig Drum Company.There were a few different strainer designs, including one type that utilizes a wire cable instead of a metal rod. While not actually catalogued, the Broadcaster was the forerunner to the Radio King models.While they are quite rare, a metal shell Broadcaster was also available in 1935.Few examples exist today................................................................................................................................................................................................................ toms were available in various sizes: 6x10, 7x11, 8x12, 9x13, 12x14, 16x14 and 16x16.answer to this metal restriction was the Rolling Bomber line of drums.

Replacing the metal lugs were beautiful hand-carved rosewood and walnut lugs.

and Tone Flange models, along with bass drums in various and pearl and sparkle finishes.

The tone flange assembly consisted of a thin metal ring that was placed on flat wood screws in the top bearing edge.

These adjustable end pieces were discontinued after World War Two.

For more information on strainers, visit the Guide to Vintage Drums at introduced the Super Radio King snare drum.

Replacing the Streamline lugs were the new Beaver Tail lugs.