Rogers 24-14-18 XP8 kit for sale - price reduced again - SOLD

DanC

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It's been recovered in a translucent red gloss wrap, has natural hoops. I added vintage Eagle badges to it when I was putting it together. It's hard to reuse those Big R stickers, and the Eagles look really nice... The kit has nice chrome, and good heads all around. The wrap looks very cool on these drums.


It's a good sounding kit, but I don't play venues where I can use it very often - and I am trying to thin the herd as well.



NOTE: I will try to ship the kit, but I would prefer to deliver it in person, even if I have to drive an hour or 2 to do it.

Asking $750 $675 obo
 

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Cool! I'm always a fan of natural BD hoops with a different finish. Some say those XP8 shells were Rogers best, they do sound amazing, imo.
 

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Once again nice work Dan.

Where do you access those Eagle badges? Reproductions maybe?
 

DanC

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Once again nice work Dan.

Where do you access those Eagle badges? Reproductions maybe?

Bob, I've had a bunch of those early drums (kit drums and marchers too) come through 'the shop' that were trashed beyond repair over the last 20 years. I don't think I have any badges left, but I did have around a dozen at one time...
 

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Oh man. You make it so temping. These are so cool. I like the badges a lot.

I wish!
 

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