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This Pork Pie piccolo snare is quite a find. Its one of the first Pork Pie snares ever built, dated 9/23/92. This snare was made when Bill Detamore was still making these drums out of his garage. The interior signature says:
"W.P. Detamore, #155, 9-23-92."
It has a replacement die cast hoop on the batter side, but the rest of the snare is all original. It also sounds incredible, and has quite a bit more warmth and depth than you might expect out of a piccolo snare.
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