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Hardware Parts (And Other Collectibles)
Although the hardware parts were often (not to say: nearly always) the first parts that lateron were replaced
at a drum kit, sometimes they are surprisingly still existing nowadays. Here’s the section where you can find
some of these vintage rarities and other collectibles, too, which do not fit well into any other section (all in
random order). Latest entries: On the top of this page.

Star brush(es) no. 5 from 1967 on (Randy, Vancouver, Canada)
Remarks: After the decades, the owner has just this one example left  …

Star drum sticks ‘Imperialstar E’ from the early 70’s (‘Djambo Beat’, Soignies, Belgium)
Remarks: Genuine drum sticks with the in golden letters imprinted wording IMPERIALSTAR E, which stood for a stick length of 16″

Star snare drum case no. 2314 from the early 70’s (Randy, Vancouver, Canada)
Although such cases are no exactly hardware parts, I’ve decided to show it here
Remarks: There existed another – earlier – version of Star cases, which did not have the white piping like this very rare case

Star ‘Floor Cymbal Stand No. 872’ of the ‘Stage Master’ series, from the early 70’s (Randy, Vancouver, Canada)
Remarks: Cymbal stand from the latest days of Star in remarkably still good condition

Star ‘Bass Drum Muffler No. 732’ from the early 70’s (Randy, Vancouver, Canada)
Remarks (Catalog quote):
‘Adjustable to fit any bass drum and placeable in varied position to obtain a full resonant tone without the annoying ring’

Star ‘Hi-Ace’ hihat stand no. 885 from the early 70’s (Randy, Vancouver, Canada)
Remarks: This pedal has an adjustable spring tension

Star throne from the early 70’s (Randy, Vancouver, Canada)
Remarks: A throne in a still very good condition, considering it’s age

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 almost do not exist any longer these days

Star Tuning keys and their pouches, from the end of the 60’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

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

Star ‘Deluxe’ bass drum pedal no. 725 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

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

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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