Questions to Ask Our Competitors

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Before you buy from anyone, here are some important questions to ask:

Frequently Answered Questions

Our answer:
Yes.  We make every effort to stock every wrap we list, and for the most part in large quantities.  (And we also do this for nearly all of our hardware parts.)  If we do not have it in stock we will let you know as soon as possible. Our motto:  "If it's not sitting here, we can't sell it."  Our accountant is not happy, but you will be when you need wrap or hardware now, or in the future.

Our answer: No.  We custom cut each order according to specifications that we work out with you over the phone; except for holes to accommodate your hardware, there should be no need for you to cut anything, if you use our hi-bond tape.
Our answer: Yes.  When you purchase drum wrap from us, our eyelet installer tool is available for $3.99.  If your drum wrap order exceeds $100.00, the tool is included free of charge.
Our answer: Not if you choose our hi-bond tape. For a small charge, we provide the tape, and place it on our material for you.
Our answer: Many sellers of drum wrap don't care about your drum shells, or how your shells will fair later on "down the road" from their glue.  If wrap needs to be replaced later, or a color change is desired (some sets are re-wrapped on a daily basis), it is best not to glue them.  There is no added benefit for the use of glue.  Damage can result even on drums made in the United States when individuals use contact cement or other glues, when wrap is later removed, pieces of wood often come up, especially when our removal procedures are not followed
Our answer: Yes.  In a cooperative effort, we have worked with our supplier to use a 100% Mylar reflective film (material used for a very high grade reflection), combined with a clear coat on top of the Mylar (added protection against scratching), plus a protective, peel-off-film on the top. Our mirror chrome also comes with an ABS backing (for durability) that makes it the best quality mirror chrome drum wrap found anywhere.
Our answer: Many sellers of drum wrap don't care about your drum shells, or how your shells will fair later on "down the road" from their glue.  If wrap needs to be replaced later, or a color change is desired (some sets are re-wrapped on a daily basis), it is best not to glue them.  There is no added benefit for the use of glue.  Damage can result even on drums made in the United States when individuals use contact cement or other glues, when wrap is later removed, pieces of wood often come up, especially when our removal procedures are not followed
Our answer: Many sellers of drum wrap don't care about your drum shells, or how your shells will fair later on "down the road" from their glue.  If wrap needs to be replaced later, or a color change is desired (some sets are re-wrapped on a daily basis), it is best not to glue them.  There is no added benefit for the use of glue.  Damage can result even on drums made in the United States when individuals use contact cement or other glues, when wrap is later removed, pieces of wood often come up, especially when our removal procedures are not followed
Our answer: Many sellers of drum wrap don''t care about your drum shells, or how your shells will fair later on "down the road" from their glue.  If wrap needs to be replaced later, or a color change is desired (some sets are re-wrapped on a daily basis), it is best not to glue them.  There is no added benefit for the use of glue.  Damage can result even on drums made in the United States when individuals use contact cement or other glues, when wrap is later removed, pieces of wood often come up, especially when our removal procedures are not followed
Our answer: Many sellers of drum wrap don''t care about your drum shells, or how your shells will fair later on "down the road" from their glue.  If wrap needs to be replaced later, or a color change is desired (some sets are re-wrapped on a daily basis), it is best not to glue them.  There is no added benefit for the use of glue.  Damage can result even on drums made in the United States when individuals use contact cement or other glues, when wrap is later removed, pieces of wood often come up, especially when our removal procedures are not followed
Our answer: Yes.  Most businesses you ask this question, will probably not know what you are talking about. However, if you think about it, the quality of the wrap is what you are buying. We have a high standard of what we will sell, and what we will reject even if we have to throw it away (which we have done several times in the past).  We have rejected entire shipments from factories because the material was not up to our standards. Even though we are working with the best factories for drum wrap, still, once in awhile, products are sent to us that we reject. Most people do not understand that all sheets of wrap are not created equal.  We understand that human error is a part of the manufacturing process.  But, because we buy in large quantities and work closely with  four different drum wrap manufacturers, this makes returning wrap material easier delivering a higher quality product to you.  Not only are all sheets not created the same, but sometimes different lots/batches are not the same. Because we have been carefully examining wrap for many years, we are more selective about what we accept.  This benefits our customers in getting a higher quality wrap. We have a reputation with the factories we deal with of being very "picky" about quality. In the past, a factory representative told us, "We have made the material, but I know you will just send it back" (meaning it's not up to your standards).  Keep in mind that this was a batch made specifically for Jammin Sam.  And of course, we waited for the next batch of material, even though we were completely out of it.  On one occasion, we waited ten months to get a quality batch of material that we were out of. We do not like to be out of stock on anything, but we will not sell substandard materials.  When it goes out of here under our name, we want nothing but your satisfaction when you receive our wrap and place it on your drums. Sadly, some of our competitors just pass to you whatever they get, without much of a quality check.  So, asking, "Do you have a quality standard?", is a very important question to ask.

Our answer:
Many sellers of drum wrap don''t care about your drum shells, or how your shells will fair later on "down the road" from their glue.  If wrap needs to be replaced later, or a color change is desired (some sets are re-wrapped on a daily basis), it is best not to glue them.  There is no added benefit for the use of glue.  Damage can result even on drums made in the United States when individuals use contact cement or other glues, when wrap is later removed, pieces of wood often come up, especially when our removal procedures are not followed

Our answer: Yes.  We use a three stage, factory line approach to the production of your order. As each step is completed, that worker performs an inspection check, and a re-check is done by the worker at the next step.  This promotes quality and accuracy in the completion of your order.
Our answer: Yes.  When you order wrap from us (with our hi-bond tape), you will receive detailed, written, thorough step-by-step instructions.  See our on-line, written instructions. The Best we've ever seen. Also go to our free online video to see the owner of the company recovering a drum.
Our answer: First, we never send full credit/debit card numbers with any order or through the mail.  Second, we do not store any 16 digit credit/debit card numbers in any database or software on our computers.  In this way, there is no threat of "hackers" retrieving your credit card number from our systems.  It's simply not there to have.
Our answer:
Yes.  We double-box some items for extra protection while in transit. Of the many orders we send out, it is very rare that we ever have a damaged box.
Our answer: Yes.  Our hi-gloss solid colors are a multi-layered product made in the United States. They are made to our specifications to produce a drum wrap thickness that is a professional grade thickness at 24-30 mil. (a mil is 1/1000th of an inch) Also, on top of the material is a peel-off-protective-film for added protection while you're applying the wrap to the drum shell. The bottom line for our solid color wraps is that we deliver a high grade vinyl that fights color fading, has a deeper look, richer color, has increased durability, lasts longer and has a ripple free appearance.
Our Answer We ship all over the globe. To order visit our website Custom Shop at: Custom Shop Form Then after the estimate has been sent to you via email, if you wish to speak to someone and confirm the order, call us.
Our Answer: On the last page of the included printed instructions is an email address that we do not advertise. We also ask that you do not share it with anyone else. You can also read more about how to take great photos and more at:Send Pictures of Your Wrapped Drums for Our Website
That would be a special order. You must call and speak with Sam about it. Realize if there is not enough demand for a particular wrap color it can become a very expensive special order.

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