SM Drums – Pictures of the Drumkit

Here are some pictures of this great classic kit owned by Scott Maclean that was used in all the sample sets on this website.

Feast your eyes and drool !

Sn-1965

Sn65
Ludwig 5″x14″ snare drum (1965).
Finish: Oyster Blue Pearl.
Shell: Mahogany/Poplar/Mahogany/Finish.
Reinforcement rings: Maple.
Sn-1967
Sn67
Ludwig 5″x14″ snare drum (1967).
Finish: Oyster Blue Pearl.
Shell: Maple/Poplar/Mahogany/Finish.
Reinforcement rings: Maple.

K-1968

K68
Ludwig 14″x22″ kick drum (1968).
Finish: Oyster Blue Pearl.
Shell: Maple/Poplar/Mahogany/Finish.
Reinforcement rings: Maple.

T1-1969

T169
Ludwig 8″x12″ tom tom drum (1969).
Finish: Oyster Blue Pearl.
Shell: Maple/Poplar/Mahogany/Finish.
Reinforcement rings: Maple.

T2-1969

T269
Ludwig 9″x13″ tom tom drum (1969).
Finish: Oyster Blue Pearl.
Shell: Maple/Poplar/Mahogany/Finish.
Reinforcement rings: Maple.

T3-1969

T369
Ludwig 14″x14″ floor tom drum (1969).
Finish: Oyster Blue Pearl.
Shell: Maple/Poplar/Mahogany/Finish.
Reinforcement rings: Maple.

The Whole Kit :

1960s Ludwig Oyster Blue Pearl drum kit (front)

As you can see, its pretty much a one of a kind kit, lovingly maintained by the owner.

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One thought on “SM Drums – Pictures of the Drumkit”

  1. Hello, dear SM team! Thanks a lot, first of all, for your incredible efforts which you provide fo free! I’ve written to Suleiman already about the amazing detailed sound of the cymbals and hat. And, of course, I could pass your last release with different hat positions at last. So, I’ve downloaded the last lite release but I have some questions:) 1. Concerning the first release, as it has sfz mappings which are very useful for me with my free Kontakt Player limitation: none of the sfz mappings are downloaded. Despite the samples in the folder as they should be, the player says that it can’t find the samples. All the sub folders are as you put them in the main folder.
    2. Concerning the mega version: are you planning to make an nki file? ‘Cause I don’t know what I can do with the samples. I use a commercial version of FL studio and I wouldn’t like to install Reaper for just using this drumkit.
    Waiting for your answer. God bless you, guys!

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