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696   LIVE Boston: Sib Hashian's Ludwig Drum Practice Pad  $200 Unopened $200 0

#696 - LIVE Boston: Sib Hashian's Ludwig Drum Practice Pad

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The Ludwig practice pad that started it all!
Description                           Estimate: $800+            

Sib Hashian's well-loved Ludwig practice pad which he used during his youth and beyond, measuring 6″ x 8″ x 2″, featuring a cast metal body, wingnut stand attachment on the bottom, brown rubber pad at center, and three heavily worn rubber feet (the fourth is missing). This was the first thing that Hashian practiced drums on during his youth, which soon led to his success: in his early teens, he earned money drumming to help support his family. Then, while attending Lynn English High School at age 15, Hashian began performing with future Boston bandmate Barry Goudreau, playing seven sets a night, seven nights a week. In very good condition, with some rust and other signs of age and use. Provenance: From the Sib Hashian Collection, and accompanied by a letter of authenticity from the Hashian family. Proceeds to benefit The Sib Hashian Scholarship

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