True Series Hoops [Walnut | 12-ply]

True Series Hoops

Made exclusively of one standard wood, the True Series amplifies the wood’s character and creates a pure tone and resonance true to its species.

Configure: Walnut

Ply Count 12-ply

Diameter 18"

Depth 1.5"

SpeciesWalnut

Walnut is a desirable wood due to its strength, grain and color. This hardwood is resilient with a moderate texture, and makes an attractive, classic shell exterior.

Configuration
All Walnut
Thickness
6ply = 4.3 mm
8ply = 5.7 mm
10ply = 7 mm
Origin
Michigan
Hardness Level
1010
Sustain
Medium
Tone
Warm, Dark

Shells are cut according to the size indicated above, but are shipped raw to maintain affordable pricing for our customers. This also allows our customers to finish the shell exactly as desired. Shells may contain markings from the mill or slight amounts of glue from the manufacturing process, but can be easily removed prior to finishing the shell.

Glue remnants should be addressed during shell preparation, prior to finishing the shell. To easily peel off the glue remnants, simply soak a small rag in acetone and place over the glue for about 10 mins.

It is important to always sand the shell before finishing with paint, stain or clear coating. Start with 150 grit and gently sand the shell a couple times. A final sanding can be done using 220 grit, but it is not recommended to go beyond 220 (the wood pores will close making it harder for stain to permeate). And finally, keep in mind that this is a natural product and will not always be perfectly uniform.

Shells are cut according to the size indicated above, but are shipped raw to maintain affordable pricing for our customers. This also allows our customers to finish the shell exactly as desired. Shells may contain markings from the mill or slight amounts of glue from the manufacturing process, but can be easily removed prior to finishing the shell.

Glue remnants should be addressed during shell preparation, prior to finishing the shell. To easily peel off the glue remnants, simply soak a small rag in acetone and place over the glue for about 10 mins.

It is important to always sand the shell before finishing with paint, stain or clear coating. Start with 150 grit and gently sand the shell a couple times. A final sanding can be done using 220 grit, but it is not recommended to go beyond 220 (the wood pores will close making it harder for stain to permeate). And finally, keep in mind that this is a natural product and will not always be perfectly uniform.

Shells are cut according to the size indicated above, but are shipped raw to maintain affordable pricing for our customers. This also allows our customers to finish the shell exactly as desired. Shells may contain markings from the mill or slight amounts of glue from the manufacturing process, but can be easily removed prior to finishing the shell.

Glue remnants should be addressed during shell preparation, prior to finishing the shell. To easily peel off the glue remnants, simply soak a small rag in acetone and place over the glue for about 10 mins.

It is important to always sand the shell before finishing with paint, stain or clear coating. Start with 150 grit and gently sand the shell a couple times. A final sanding can be done using 220 grit, but it is not recommended to go beyond 220 (the wood pores will close making it harder for stain to permeate). And finally, keep in mind that this is a natural product and will not always be perfectly uniform.

Shells are cut according to the size indicated above, but are shipped raw to maintain affordable pricing for our customers. This also allows our customers to finish the shell exactly as desired. Shells may contain markings from the mill or slight amounts of glue from the manufacturing process, but can be easily removed prior to finishing the shell.

Glue remnants should be addressed during shell preparation, prior to finishing the shell. To easily peel off the glue remnants, simply soak a small rag in acetone and place over the glue for about 10 mins.

It is important to always sand the shell before finishing with paint, stain or clear coating. Start with 150 grit and gently sand the shell a couple times. A final sanding can be done using 220 grit, but it is not recommended to go beyond 220 (the wood pores will close making it harder for stain to permeate). And finally, keep in mind that this is a natural product and will not always be perfectly uniform.

Shells are cut according to the size indicated above, but are shipped raw to maintain affordable pricing for our customers. This also allows our customers to finish the shell exactly as desired. Shells may contain markings from the mill or slight amounts of glue from the manufacturing process, but can be easily removed prior to finishing the shell.

Glue remnants should be addressed during shell preparation, prior to finishing the shell. To easily peel off the glue remnants, simply soak a small rag in acetone and place over the glue for about 10 mins.

It is important to always sand the shell before finishing with paint, stain or clear coating. Start with 150 grit and gently sand the shell a couple times. A final sanding can be done using 220 grit, but it is not recommended to go beyond 220 (the wood pores will close making it harder for stain to permeate). And finally, keep in mind that this is a natural product and will not always be perfectly uniform.

Shells are cut according to the size indicated above, but are shipped raw to maintain affordable pricing for our customers. This also allows our customers to finish the shell exactly as desired. Shells may contain markings from the mill or slight amounts of glue from the manufacturing process, but can be easily removed prior to finishing the shell.

Glue remnants should be addressed during shell preparation, prior to finishing the shell. To easily peel off the glue remnants, simply soak a small rag in acetone and place over the glue for about 10 mins.

It is important to always sand the shell before finishing with paint, stain or clear coating. Start with 150 grit and gently sand the shell a couple times. A final sanding can be done using 220 grit, but it is not recommended to go beyond 220 (the wood pores will close making it harder for stain to permeate). And finally, keep in mind that this is a natural product and will not always be perfectly uniform.

Shells are cut according to the size indicated above, but are shipped raw to maintain affordable pricing for our customers. This also allows our customers to finish the shell exactly as desired. Shells may contain markings from the mill or slight amounts of glue from the manufacturing process, but can be easily removed prior to finishing the shell.

Glue remnants should be addressed during shell preparation, prior to finishing the shell. To easily peel off the glue remnants, simply soak a small rag in acetone and place over the glue for about 10 mins.

It is important to always sand the shell before finishing with paint, stain or clear coating. Start with 150 grit and gently sand the shell a couple times. A final sanding can be done using 220 grit, but it is not recommended to go beyond 220 (the wood pores will close making it harder for stain to permeate). And finally, keep in mind that this is a natural product and will not always be perfectly uniform.

Shells of Distinction

The quality of the woods have been great, no separations and beautiful veneer. And you guys save us 3 hours by cutting a straight edge on the ply sheets.

Bill Cardwell, Owner of C&C Drum Co.

Working directly with Nordic has been essential, they perfectly fit our approach and share our values. With both look and sound, Nordic shells are at the heart of what we do.

Lane Pederson, Co-Owner of Twin Cities Drum Co.

I have been working very close with Nordic for several years now. Customer service is unmatched and the quality is top shelf. You will not find a better shell for your build.

Bill Detamore, Founder of Pork Pie Percussion

Nordic has changed the game in the high quality custom drum shell world, and their True Series off-the-shelf stock is out of control. These shells not only look beautiful but sound amazing!

Preston Parsons, Owner of Vessel Drum Co.

These shells are AMAZING! I absolutely LOVE them. I'm very excited that I am now using Nordic Shells exclusively.

Swede Grooms, Owner of Swede Custom Drums

We purchase the majority of our shell making veneers from Nordic. The quality is top notch as is the customer service. This has allowed us to take our own shell making to the highest level possible.

Christopher Carr, Owner of Bucks County Drum Co.

Our order comes in perfect every time, which is incredible considering the variety of thicknesses, combinations and species of woods they offer. Plus the quick turnaround is a breath of fresh air.

Peter Lazos, Owner of Rukus Drums