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  1. B&BLugMug

    Rogers Shells - Species of the plies ?

    Just want to revive this thread to say that myself and a few other Rogers enthusiasts/historians have hired a wood DNA specials and expert in microscopic wood identification to get to the bottom of what the shell composition actually is. The results are in from the samples we sent early 60s 3...
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    More Rogers

    Thats a beautiful first gen 4403 stand made for Rogers by Walberg & Auge. Very valuable. The 4402 is also first gen. If the rest of the drums date to the 7 line they are 64 indeed. Covington beauties
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    Rogers BDP

    Beautiful Headliner outfit. You should remove any more than two set screws in the ball and socket joint as it was designed for. Any more than two works against the design and will eventually strip out the ball which is a softer metal than the set screws. I'd hate to see any damage done to...
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    Rogers Restoration

    The light restoration of a 1950s Rogers Monitor snare drum. I hope you enjoy the process.
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    "Tom Mills" Drum as furniture ?!?!?!?

    My homie Eddie's videos are top notch
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    Rogers 1955 Holiday Trifecta Complete

    heading down to the machine shop ;)
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    Rogers 1955 Holiday Trifecta Complete

    They are getting harder and harder to find as well. Soon enough they will be impossible to find. Such an elegant lug
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    Rogers 1955 Holiday Trifecta Complete

    MY GOODNESS !!! Damn Gary ... I'm sweating
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    What would you pay…

    man... 16x14 FT and 14x18 BD???!!! That set is basically priceless
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    What would you pay…

    worth every single cent. Beautiful drums assembled by Richard Studebaker and Othie Shields. Original factory front bass drum head ... wonderful killing Swingtime outfit
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    What would you pay…

    I'd love to get eyes on that Covington beauty
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    What would you pay…

    Beautiful piece !!! Is that an internal bass drum muffler system ?
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    What would you pay…

    14x14 Rogers Covington built floor toms range from $1200 to over $2000 depending on the finish and condition. a short video about them here since this video I've acquired another with a set of black onyx drums ... seen in the photo below
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    Rogers Drums question

    I apologize man... I didn't mean they were a mess as in not a good set of drums ... my mind is always in Rogers purist mode ... it's a fault I have.. so when I see holes drilled and modern parts put on vintage drums my red flags go off. This set will be absolutely killer as a players kit...
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    Rogers Locations - What's the deal???

    Thanks brother
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    Rogers Drums question

    Zolatone interiors started in the summer of 68 when production moved from Covington to Dayton shortly before the move to the Fender plant in Fullerton. Those drums are a mess and the top drum is either not a real Rogers drum or was a concert tom that someone added lugs to. Would need more...
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    Drum wrap companies of the 50s and 60s

    Great thought I have every physical copy I'll take a look
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    Drum wrap companies of the 50s and 60s

    I could hit up Ronn Dunnett he has all of the documentation
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    Drum wrap companies of the 50s and 60s

    does it say Rowland ?
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    Rogers Locations - What's the deal???

    Thanks Gary means a lot brother
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