Ulysses G. Leedy began his career as a professional percussionist in the 1890s. His personal need for instrument improvements led him to begin crafting his own. By 1920, Leedy annual sales were in excess of $250,000.00 and, as the world,s largest manufacturer of percussion equipment, Leedy made it all. Except for cymbals, the Leedy Drum Company manufactured everything that it sold. .
VINTAGE 1930'S LEEDY & LUDWIG 6.5X14 NICKEL/BRASS SD
Item # 103062847 | Condition: Info
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