Episode 16: Nick Jones, Noble & Cooley, Part 2 with Special Offer

Welcome to Drum Showroom Episode 16. It’s the second half of my conversation with Nick Jones of Noble & Cooley, who is the seventh generation of the family and vice president, one of just three people who build Noble & Cooley drums. If you haven’t heard Part 1 yet, it’s easy to find: it’s Episode 15, and I definitely recommend you listen to it first.

This second episode covers Nick’s favorite kit he’s built and the resulting CoolMount he developed; reintroduction and evolution of the Horizon and Solid Shell series kits, acquisition of Witt Percussion and the resulting Walnut snares, the N&C Alloy snare drum, their new branded logo option, a look into their product development process, and some news about a new offering: Walnut drum sets!

Noble & Cooley has generously extended two special offers for listeners of the show. You can use promo code DRUMSHOWROOM to get 50% off all accessories, and promo code DRUMSHOWROOM1 to get 15% off all Web Special drums at noblecooley.com through the end of 2017.

In this episode:
  • New partnership with Sennheiser
  • Skipping NAMM… they’re too busy making drums!
  • Nick’s favorite kit he built for his brother
  • Inspiration for the CoolMount, on which Nick and N&C hold a patent
  • Bringing back Horizon series drums
  • Solid Shell kits and expanding into deeper and larger drums… now including bass drums!
  • The N&C Alloy snare drum
  • The newly offered branded “burned” N&C logo option
  • The product development process at N&C
  • New Walnut drum sets! Available in 13/16/22 only for now, in February 2018.
  • Exploring chestnut for possible limited production

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Listen to Drum Showroom Episode 16 here, and if you haven’t heard it yet, the first part of our conversation is here. Please subscribe and leave a review if you like what I’m doing. It would really mean a lot.

 

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