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Although the hardware parts were often (not to say: nearly always) the first parts that
were replaced at a drum kit, sometimes they are surprisingly still existing nowadays.
Here’s the place where you can find some of these vintage rarities (in random order).
Latest entries of photos: at the bottom of this page.

 Imperial Star ‘KingBeat’ bass drum pedal from 1972 (it’s mine)
 Foot plate with Imperial Star logo
 Remarks: rare overall genuine condition
(Note: a replica of the torsional spring, each one inside of the two casings, is available on request. You may email me if interested.)

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 Star ‘Cosmothrone No. 744’ drummer’s throne from 1972 (Mirko, Grasellenbach, Germany)
 The plate beneath the seat shows the Star logo
 Remarks: a very rare find

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 Star ‘Deluxe’ bass drum pedal no. 710 from the 60’s (Randy, Vancouver, Canada)
 Bass drum pedal still in the hands of the first owner
 Remarks: the leather strap is a replacement

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 Star ‘Hi-Ace’ snare stand no. 880 from the early 70’s (Randy, Vancouver, Canada)
 This snare stand is still in the hands of the first owner
 Remarks: the latest snare stand model from Star

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 Star Tuning keys and their pouches, from the middle of the 70’s (Randy, Vancouver, Canada)
 These keys also have their genuine pouches and are still in the hands of the first owner
 Remarks: key (left side): for the adjustment of the rail consolette, key (right side): for tuning screws at the drums

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 Star snare stand no. 705 from the 60’s (Randy, Vancouver, Canada)
 This snare stand is still in the hands of the first owner
 Remarks: one of the early snare stands model from Star: rare, because they do not exist any longer these days

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