From Church Pew to Drum Set
We would love to build a one of a kind drum kit from wood that is special to your congregation or from the pews we salvaged from an old church in Calhoun, GA. These kits not only have a rich, spiritual history attached to them; they also sound amazing! Contact us at 229-347-2853 or email us at email@example.com
Outlaw Drums has distinguished itself from other drum companies through their use of recycled wood to build their classic drums.
Instead of cutting down trees at a time where it is critical for the world to become more eco friendly, Outlaw Drums uses old buildings, structures, or any other wood they can find that is no longer used or needed, and turns them into their classic drums. As they say, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”, and this is nothing short of the inspiration on which Outlaw Drums functions. This method of using recycled wood isn’t just environmentally friendly, rather, the aged wood allows for the grains of the wood to tighten up making for a beautiful and unique sound with each drum built. Every piece of wood used it unique and has its own story, thus, once built into a drum, that uniqueness is carried over to the drum, giving it a one of a kind voice and story that is different from every other drum in the world.
In 2015 Outlaw Drums took this concept to another level when Gillionville Baptist Church in Albany, GA was in need of a drum set for the worship services. That’s when Michael Outlaw took old church pew that came from a church in Calhoun County GA, and with a lot of hard work and some incredible skills, Mr. Outlaw turned that old pew into a gorgeous one of a kind Outlaw Drum set. That same drum set is now used at the Gillionville Baptist Church and allowed another opportunity to serve! Click on the link below to see the beautiful rejuvenation and transformation of this old church pew into a gorgeous one of a kind Outlaw Drum set. Watch Michael Outlaw as he removes 30 year old gum from the pew and create a work of art for Gillionville Baptist Church!