Rogers kit for sale Something or nothing? Nyack NY $500.00

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  1. Rockin' Billy

    Rockin' Billy Well-Known Member

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    Man that's a killer deal. Wish I was closer, I would snag them immediately. Are they close to you Billy? I'll pay for them if you pick them up!
     
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    I'd buy those!
     
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    Dang, silver sparkle Londoner for $500. Somebody is going to be happy when they buy those.
     
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    I want the snare.I love the kit.
     
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    Killer deal. That snare looks like a King Beat? If so, that's a top snare as well.
     
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    Yes, it is a killer deal! The snare drum is the King Beat with the Rollerbed strainer system. Drummers will pay quite a bit to obtain replacement lugs for the 6.5" drum, which had been prone to cracking. If all the lugs are good, the snare drum alone is worth at least 3 bills!

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    Little road trip but I would gladly help you out.. Keep me posted. I thought they might be 'something' and also thought about getting them, but I need to say no and pass the ad along and glad I did. Hope it works out for you!
     
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    Thats a deal you have to run for!
     
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    The snare alone is worth $500!!
     
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    500 is no brainer....looks to be a zildjian crash, a wuhan S (some are decent) and maybe zil hats....pass the snare on for a 100 or so, maybe the cymbals for another 100 or so, then what you have is a nice Rogers kit for 300 (200 if you give him 400, or less.....he is moving and needs to sell.....oh, and it IS a Rodgers :D )
     
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    Gone
     
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    Neat deals like that pop up somewhat routinely. A lot of people don't think drums or cymbals can be worth all that much.
     
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    Anybody on 'here' get them?
     
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    Not it.....
     

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