Hayman drums was an English musical instruments manufacturer established in 1968. The idea was to come up with a drum kit series to compete with the success of the large American companies of the time.
The shells were thin walled with rings, and painted white with what they called "Vibrasonic" interiors. The lugs were essentially a copy of the Camco designs. Hayman was out of business by 1975. The company started with the name George Hayman on the badge, then shortened it to just "Hayman" in later years. Read More