Founded by Herb Brockstein in 1957, the Pro-Mark Corporation marked its 50th anniversary in 2007. As a unique way of celebrating the occasion, the company partnered with the Stanbridge Drum Company to produce a limited-edition snare drum manufactured with the same types of woods as are utilized in their trademark drumsticks. The production was limited to 100 14-inch diameter, 8-lug drums, 50 of which were 5 1/2 inches in depth and 50 of which were 6 1/2 inches in depth. Each drum shell, manufactured using a stave method, was constructed of solid blocks of Japanese Shira Kashi White Oak, American Hickory, and Rock Maple. The shell was then inlaid with walnut in the company's two trademark stripes, and the wooden hoops were capped with Pau Ferro wood for durability and color contrast. All hardware was plated in 24 carat gold, and each Remo head was custom imprinted.
|Snare Drum Size||14x6.5|
|Misc||#43 of 50|