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trying to match wrap


I recently purchased a Cleveland Holiday kit in silver sparkle,20,16,and [sign in to see URL] wrap on the bass and ride is very nice but the wrap in the floor is toast,definitely needs to be recovered.I'm looking for advice on what wrap and from whom would be my best [sign in to see URL] what I can tell the drum wrap looks to be sparkle and the bass hoops look to be glitter. Thanks for any and all opinions,Gary
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Re: trying to match wrap


Precision Drum in NY will send you samples to see what matches closest. But with aged wrap, matching perfect will be almost impossible, especially if the silver has "gingered" fade much.

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Thanks for the input,confirms my fear.I almost passed on these because I knew it would be hard to match, something in my brain said to save them. If nothing else they make me smile, knowing how great they will sound. This is my second Rogers kit,trying to sell off my remaining Slingerland stuff,nice drums,but the Rogers feel,tone and unattainability as a youngster helps me to appreciate what I have. Reliving my childhood at 62.
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