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Any idea when the label is made in relation to the finished build of the drum? Here is the sticker on my 2015 14x14 that I ordered to match my 2012 classic maple set.I'm just wondering if labels could be printed out well before a drum was finished or do the labels get printed out as soon as the drum is finished being built? Ironically the set was made in May 2012 and the floor tom was May 2015.Unfortunately the person(s) that does the stamping is not totally accurate a lot of the times leaving the stamp to be smudged. Ludwig stopped putting serial numbers on badges sometime in 2012-2013 and now use a barcoded sticker inside the drum. The large keystone badge was used up until 2013 where they switched to the brass recycled trumpet badge as the main badge for classic maple. Hopefully you got a great deal on them as brand new Ludwig classic maple drums are quite expensive now. It might be hard to narrow down exactly when your drums were made but I'm thinking 2014-2015 as that yellowed version of the chip wmp was made available in the last couple of years.My 2012 classic maple set has sequential serial number B/O badges and the 14x14 I added in 2015 has the sticker inside. Sometimes there is a 3 digit date stamp in older classic maple sets. The regular WMP they use is a chip pattern that is true white. Are there any kind of date stamps in any of the drums? Sounds like the set was made within the last 5-8 years. Hopefully you got a great deal on them as brand new Ludwig classic maple drums are quite expensive now. kurt, called the dealer and the set was sold in june 2014 and he figured they were thusly probably made in march 2014 as they were custom made. i have a smaller set of cm`s(20/12/14) and love those drums.I can't recall if they have 2 badges, but I'm playing that kit tonight, so I'll look. I looked last night, & the 8x12 Sable Black tom I got last year (2010) has one badge. I bought the RS 8x12 late in 2008, or early 2009 (can't remember), & it has 2 badges, so they would have stopped doing 2 badges on toms between '08 -'09....maybe '10....BTW, Ludwig has *always* had a 26" bass drum available (*since they started offering them).That way, no matter what size was used, a badge was facing out.

The champagne is a perfect match to the set as well so I was really happy about that!

A couple years after I got my original Super Classics (January of '90) I was getting more toms and they came with 2.

I think they did the two badges so the badge could face out on either side of a mount.

For reference, my Classic Maple Downbeat kit was made in July, 2012, with consecutive serial numbers on the badge. I'm not sure if anyone is keeping records of current serial numbers. The large keystone badge was used up until 2013 where they switched to the brass recycled trumpet badge as the main badge for classic maple. My 2012 drums are date stamped inside with an ink stamper.

Ludwig stopped putting serial numbers on badges sometime in 2012-2013 and now use a barcoded sticker inside the drum. The regular WMP they use is a chip pattern that is true white. Are there any kind of date stamps in any of the drums? Sounds like the set was made within the last 5-8 years. On the drums that use a sticker on the inside, I don't think they put a date on the tag anywhere. The large keystone badge was used up until 2013 where they switched to the brass recycled trumpet badge as the main badge for classic maple. My 2012 drums are date stamped inside with an ink stamper.