The Ludwig legacy
Since 1909, Ludwig drums have had one of the proudest legacies in percussion and are a favorite of Sweetwater drummers for their warm, punchy sound. The world has heard them under the sticks of Cream's Ginger Baker, keeping the pulse behind Queen at Live Aid, and laying down the monstrous beat of Led Zeppelin's "When the Levee Breaks." But their biggest break came when Ringo Starr proudly played them on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964, making Ludwig a household name for aspiring and superstar drummers alike.
Ludwig Black Beauty Snare Drum Features:
- 6.5" x 14" snare drum
- Black chrome finish over brass shell
- 10 vintage brass lugs
- Triple-flanged hoops
- P85 Supraphonic strainer