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History of the Gretsch Drum Company - Gretsch 3-Ply Drums - Gretsch Drum Sets

Welcome to The Gretsch Drum Experts!

We are here to answer your Gretsch drum history questions. If you are learning about your Gretsch Drum Set or Gretsch Snare Drum and want help then please ask the Drum Experts.

We have an extensive section devoted to Gretsch Drums over on our Vintage Drum Guide web site. There is an entire section devoted to Gretsch Drums, including the history of Gretsch Drums, drum badges, catalog pages on their snare drums as well as drum sets.

As always, we are learning and researching and adding new items to this web site. Since we can't list it all here, our Vintage Drum Guide houses all the research and history on Gretsch Drums and that is the place to gain more information about your drums!

There are a lot of ways to pinpoint a range of dates in determining the age of your drums. The silver interior paint, gretsch paper tags and the number of plys in the shell. So if you are not sure or need more help visit the Vintage Drum Forum and post a photo.

Please email us with any questions and let us know how we can help you and visit our Shopping page to see some special Gretsch searches set up on eBay


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This web site is not affiliated with Fred Gretsch or Gretsch Drums. It is a web site dedicated to Gretsch Drums and Gretsch drum history. We have an extensive collection of Gretsch catalogs and scans of Gretsch snare drums and Gretsch Drum Sets. We also have a Gretsch badge timeline and ways of dating Gretsch drums.

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