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The snare has 24 nickel-plated alternating tension rods with direct pull, ‘free from side strain’.
Trouble is, as Dave explains, “It takes an hour to take a head off! You have to use a banjo key and can only do a quarter-turn at a time and then take the key off and do another quarter-turn. I’ve done it once and never again!
“The snare strainer glides on and off beautifully, though the original circular tensioning knob has gone missing. I can’t find any information about the Black Panther Serenaders. I’d love to know if any readers have heard of them.”
Vintage Gear continues each month in Rhythm Magazine.