- New Counter Hoops
- New Bowls
- Re-laquering of bowls
- Bowl Patinas
- Dent Removal
- Discontinued part replication
- Chrome Restoration
- Paint Restoration or alteration
- Frame Alignment
- Replacement tension rods
- Replacement T-handles
- Replacement Levers
- Replacement Head Covers
- Anheier cable to chain conversion (see below)
- German to American conversion or vice versa
- New Bowl lips
- Ask about upgrading to our new Quad Tuning Key for your renovation
- 10% Discount on any PCT snare with restoration order
- High School Packages available
- Inquire for additional services
Below is a beautiful pair of Baroque timpani restored for Timothy Jepson at the Kansas City Symphony. This pair went a long way from day one to the final product. (yes that one picture is a major oval not a camera angle)
35″ Ludwig commissioned by the Chicago Symphony in 1919 rebuilt and refurbished by Precision Classic in 2015. Pictured here again with the Chicago Symphony and David Herbert. ( pictured below )
Mark Guthrie dropping off a set of restored Mark XI Walter Lights for Cleveland Institute of Music
Dean Borghesani at the Milwaukee Symphony showing off his rebuilt Ringers. This set sports a custom paint job.
A set of restored Walter Light timpani for Jeremy Epp at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. In the background a 35″ PCT Chain Timpani customized with matching paint jobs.
A set of restored Walter Lights
Hinger restoration sent off to Singapore
Saul Goodman rebuild
Renovated 60’s Walter Light Set
Walter Light Metropolitan Renovation with timpanist Marc Churchill
Mike Crusoe with an O’ Donnel renovation
Mark Guthrie and David Herbert pictured after delivering an American/German conversion on rare brass framed Mark XIV Walter Light Timpani.
A set of used bowls converted to fit a brand new Precision Chain System.
Pair of Hinger bowls converted to PCT Chain mechanism at the National Symphony Orchestra
Walter Light Mark VII Timpani originally owned by Chicago Symphony rebuilt and off to the University of Connecticut
Anheier Cable partial conversion to chain.
Mount chain drive using existing brackets to eliminate cable breaking, stretching, and general issues. One of the best perks being that this conversion can be very cost effective.
Remember when Hurricane Harvey hit Houston? Houston Grand Opera’s Walter Lights were submerged below the water line for weeks. PCT got them patched right back up and into the hall.
Adams Bowl conversion to add Precision Chain Mechanism
Chain Conversion of Existing Bowls
- Conversion accepts most existing bowl configurations
- Convert your old pedal drums into more portable gig drums
- Change your old short collared drums into a large collar chains