London Drum Company New Site Launch
The London Drum Company is one of our oldest clients, we built their first website in 2006!
The company is owned by Simon Jayes an internationally recognised drum technician. The London Drum Company is used by some of the most recognisable and respected artists, bands and orchestras from all over the world.
They have changed much of what they do during this time and so their new site reflects this. These days they are doing a lot of drum and percussion hire, even moving into supplying orchestras with percussion. So the new site has an emphasis on hire and the ability to find specific bits of kit.
You can search by drum or percussion type, sub-type and by brand to find the item that you want and submit an order directly from the site.
Take a look at their site they have a huge inventory of drums and percussion from all over the world, from leading manufacturers to the most boutique and unique instrument makers.
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