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During the late 1970s, Slingerland introduced its TDR marching snare drum, with a novel strainer and synthetic-gut snare that produced a distinctive sound.Another late-'70s innovation was the Slingerland cutaway multi-tenors that were carried in trios, quad, or quint arrangements.
Exceptions to nearly every strict product taxonomy existed.
Radio King bass drums and tom-toms were made from mahogany, with maple reinforcement hoops.
These drums are known for their "thuddy" sound; very warm, with quick decay.
The "Slingerland Drum Company" was founded by Henry Heanon "H. Slingerland had won a correspondence school of music in a card game aboard one of the gaming boats that once cruised Lake Michigan.
He then opened a music school in Chicago, and soon turned to manufacturing instruments as well.
After introducing the Magnum series in the late 1970s, Slingerland lost its footing, and the company folded.