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  • Keplinger Keplinger 6x14" Stainless Steel Snare Drum
  • Keplinger Keplinger 6x14" Stainless Steel Snare Drum
  • Keplinger Keplinger 6x14" Stainless Steel Snare Drum
  • Keplinger Keplinger 6x14" Stainless Steel Snare Drum
  • Keplinger Keplinger 6x14" Stainless Steel Snare Drum
  • Keplinger Keplinger 6x14" Stainless Steel Snare Drum
  • Keplinger Keplinger 6x14" Stainless Steel Snare Drum
  • Keplinger Keplinger 6x14" Stainless Steel Snare Drum
  • Keplinger Keplinger 6x14" Stainless Steel Snare Drum
  • Keplinger Keplinger 6x14" Stainless Steel Snare Drum

Keplinger 6x14" Stainless Steel Snare Drum

Article number: KEPSS614
$1,150.00
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Size: 6x14" 
Material: Stainless Steel

Features:

  • Tube Lugs
  • Triple-Flanged Hoops
  • Dunnett R4 Throw Off
  • 16-Strand Snare Wires
  • Remo Coated Emperor Batter Head

Snare Stand Not Included

About GREGG KEPLINGER

Gregg Keplinger is a rare hybrid of drumming talent and percussive artisan.  Early in his career, Gregg toured Mexico straight out of high school, worked with the house band for a circus, haunted the halls of his jazz-drumming hero Elvin Jones in New York, and worked closely in-studio and on stage with a young Matt Cameron during Soundgarden's "Superunknown" glory days and continued on with Matt to work with Pearl Jam.

After finding a 1930s Ludwig 6.5x14" steel snare with an otherworldly tone and a price to match, Gregg followed in the footsteps of the elite class of drum craftsmen to which he now belongs - he improvised and innovated.  Sourcing stainless steel from an industrial pipe manufacturer in Seattle, Gregg set to building the first of many custom snare drums, and thus the "Keplinger" vision - for hefty metal-shell snares, and percussion with an industrial personality - was born.  Fittingly, Elvin Jones was the proud recipient of one of "Kep's" first snare drums.

Gregg's instruments are truly for players, by a player, and each shows Kep's utilitarian sensibility and bears its maker's individuality.   

Solid, dynamic, handcrafted, and unique – that’s what “Keplinger” means.

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