This Drop-T logo drumhead was created by Eddie Stokes for Ringo's Ludwig Hollywood maple kit but was never used. It was briefly seen being carrier by Mal Evans at the beginning of the Let It Be movie. Details based on research and forensic photo analysis. It is completely handmade using the same flat tempora paints as the original and on the same white 22" outer-coated drumhead.


Offered in a New or Aged look.

(AGED means that the head was given an aged look to match what a 50-year old drum head would look like today.)


"The drumheads are hand-painted replicas by well-known Beatles drumhead authority, Russ Lease, based on his in-person, hands-on, and forensic photographic research. Lease has also developed a vintage aged finish for the heads identical to the patina on the original Ed Sullivan Show drumhead which he owned for over 21 years. Russ was also commissioned by Ringo to replace all of his original drop-T Beatle drumheads which had been lost over the years.
Each drumhead is serial numbered and comes with a letter of authenticity signed by Russ Lease. Additionally, since each head is hand-painted to order, any of the seven drop-T's can be applied to any size drumhead, even if it's not historically accurate."


Please know that we are offering the drumhead with the graphic artwork only.


NOTE: Each drum is made to order, allow two weeks for shipping.

#7 1969 Beatles Drop-T "Let It Be" Drumhead