Saturday, November 28, 2009

A Wood Supersensitive?

One thought that has resurfaced is to find a trashed Ludwig Supersensitive with an intact strainer mechanism and transfer the parts to a wood shell.

I have been casually browsing eBay for an SS with an ugly, flaking Ludalloy shell (usually not hard to find) that I can cannibalize. I am pretty sure a 5- or 6-ply Keller maple shell would be a good host for the parts.

This goes on the back burner for now, but it's an idea that keeps coming up.

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