Premier HTS200 – $200 (usd) +S&H

I have a very fine black Premier HTS200 snare drum for sale.  Easily in 9 out of 10 condition. Few scratches on the black painted hardware.  Practically none on the shell wrapping.  Beautiful inner shell.  No corrosion on the snare mechanisms.  Head is the original Tendura and it looks to have been played very little.  Includes case and strap.

I also have a Gibralter extended height snare stand for sale.  You can put the drum on the stand while you practice.  Cost for the stand is additional $35.  I am willing to sell the stand separately (but S&H is extra).

Located in Wyoming, USA.  I would entertain international shipping, but the costs will be borne by the buyer.

Questions, additional photos?  Please contact via email.  Thank you.

Price: $200 (USD) Contact: R. Gomez | Email User
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