About Super Tangerine Glass Glitter

Drum Wrap Material: Example of Super Tangerine Glass Glitter on a drum shell also known as crushed glass.
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This wrap color is more reflective than our regular Tangerine Glass Glitter. And is sometimes known as “Lava Glass”.

There have been glass glitters made in the past (mostly in the early 1980’s), but the appearance was not as favorable as the sparkle finishes. The newer crop of glass glitters (offered in the late 1990’s) are the best to date, which are extremely popular. Others may have referred to our glass glitters as “broken glass”, “crushed glass” or “sparkle glass”.

Tangerine glass was one of the original finishes offered in the late 1990’s and has a very pleasing look. Since then, there have been three issues of it:

  • The first issue came with the original ones offered, but was barely noticeable that it was different than a sparkle finish.
  • The second one (3-4 years later) was much better, but still did not equal the level of reflectiveness of the original (and current) glass glitters.
  • But the third issue was first sold by Drum Workshop (DW) around the mid 2000’s, and has been referred to as “super tangerine” glass glitter. And this finish has been sought after by many drummers.


As of today, we sell more custom cut, glass glitter kits, than we do sparkle finishes. The colors we sell in this type of wrap are: silver, red, gold, black, blue, deep blue, green, deep green, purple, tangerine, true black, turquoise, root-beer and pink.

See our History of Drum Wrap to read the history of drum wraps. Then take a look at our pricing information. We also sell lugs, tension rods, t-handles & claws, base spurs, rims and hoops, floor tom mounts and legs, tom arms and mounts.

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