George Way Tradition Snare Rosewood
The George H. Way Drum Company is pleased to announce the introduction of the “Tradition™” line of snare drums. This model features the same shell architecture as the Studio model with one exception – the shells are entirely made from Walnut or Rose wood.
Size 14″ x 6.5″
The History of the George Way Drum Company
There has been no single person who enjoyed as long, varied and productive career in the North American percussion industry as George Harrison Way. Way spent his boyhood in Boston, where he took lessons from George B. Stone. He came from a wealthy family, but was practically disowned when he chose a career as a vaudeville drummer. Way travelled extensively with minstrel shows and circuses, finally settling down in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada with a job as a house drummer in a vaudeville theater, the Pantages, around 1918 when he married Elsie Johnson on July 13th, 1918. Together with the house electrician..Read More