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The Super Strainer (also known as the clamshell) was an attractive design but proved to be rather fragile and difficult to adjust. government placed limits on the manufacturing use of essential materials such as brass and steel for non-essential items.

Despite its shortcomings, the Super strainer was offered up until the early 1960s. As a result, American drum companies were forced to manufacture drums that were comprised of only 10% metal parts.

While they are quite rare, a metal shell Broadcaster was also available in 1935.

Few examples exist today................................................................................................................................................................................................................ toms were available in various sizes: 6x10, 7x11, 8x12, 9x13, 12x14, 16x14 and 16x16.

By 1937, most lugs were equipped with spring-loaded, threaded inserts, which eliminated cross threading problems.