Did you find a fantastic old snare drum in your weird uncle’s attic? Or a beaut from the 60s in rough shape at a garage sale? Get in touch with us, and we'll get that grand-dame back to playable for you. We can even sell it on your behalf if you’d like (for a small percentage, of course).
In spite of occasionally getting shot in the face by random springs in old Gretsch internal mufflers we love to bring new life to classic and vintage gear.
There’s just something about drums that are 40 or 50 years old. The wood is aged and has mellowed out. The hardware is art deco classy. You know you’re smashing away in the footsteps of your heroes.
Orange With Envy
You know what else is great about restoring vintage gear? You get to smugly smile knowingly at the drum envy of your other drummer friends while they covetously admire your gear. We can help you get there.
Show us what you’ve got, and we’ll help you get sorted in no time.
If you just want to restore something to put it up on eBay, we can help you out.
We can take the kit off your hands, repair it, get our photographer friend to take professional pictures of it, post it, and give you what’s left after our modest fees.
What Can We Sell?
We can help you sell pretty much any piece of gear you have lying around that is surplus to your needs. It needn’t be fancy, vintage or even particularly interesting.
For more information on this process, fill out our service quote form and let us know what you have.
“My custom Cajon from Schinbein Drums is a totally wicked instrument.”
It was a surprise gift from the awesome D²Drumline crew so at first I didn’t realise what made it so special – I just knew it sounded great and felt more comfortable to play on than any other Cajon I had checked out. Turns out Phillip had worked with the guys to build perfect sized instrument based on my height as well as designing a custom finish in consultation with the guys. Finished with an awesome hand engraved badge personalised for the occasion, I couldn’t be happier with this unique gift!
Nice words provided by Campbell Phillips, Melbourne, VIC