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I have a weakness, and my wife supports it. .....

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  • I have a weakness, and my wife supports it. .....

    So, I just couldnt live without these, my wife said so.......



    1966 Rogers Holidays, Cleveland with one tagged Dayton.
    20-12-16




    And they look good with these..........

    <div class="signaturecontainer">Rogers Drums<br />
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    Big R Era Dating Guides<br />
    <a href="http://theploughman.wix.com/theploughmansrogers#!resources-and-dating-guides" target="_blank">http://theploughman.wix.com/theploug...-dating-guides</a><br />
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    you never cease to amaze! thanks for sharing!
    i miss you, mark
    r.i.p. rudy

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    • #3
      Your wife loves you.

      Or, she has a fetish for Beauty, Old Rogers drums and you feed it.

      Like I said, she loves you.
      Missin' Marko46 http://www.harmonycentral.com/forum/...lies/frown.png

      "I've never been given more to bear than I can endure."
      Marty Mann

      "In a world where carpenters get resurrected, everything is possible."
      Elanor in Lion in Winter

      "Good time is more relative than family."
      1001gear

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      • #4
        I'd say your wife is a "keeper" oke:

        How many Rogers sets do you have? You seem to have (at least two) set up for presentation--do you have a room in your house that serves as a Rogers museum of sorts?
        <div class="signaturecontainer">&quot;If you can't play the blues...you might as well hang it up.&quot; - Dexter Gordon</div>

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        • #5
          I fapped
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          <div class="message">You've watched too many romantic comedies. In real life, spilling your guts never leads to spilling your nuts.</div>

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          </div> A story should be just like a good skirt. Long enough to cover the subject but short enough to keep it interesting.<br />
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          • #6
            nice wrap you dont get to see anymore!!!
            Jack of all trades....Master of none...

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            • #7
              She is a keeper--and probably deaf too. If I went for that stuff, MY wife would get me electronic drums, headphones, and make me play'em in the basement!

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              • #8
                Oh lovely!

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                • #9
                  nice wrap you dont get to see anymore!!!


                  just when i thought i had my mind settled on blue sparkle.
                  i miss you, mark
                  r.i.p. rudy

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                  • #10
                    the drum room..............

                    <div class="signaturecontainer">Rogers Drums<br />
                    <br />
                    Big R Era Dating Guides<br />
                    <a href="http://theploughman.wix.com/theploughmansrogers#!resources-and-dating-guides" target="_blank">http://theploughman.wix.com/theploug...-dating-guides</a><br />
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                    GG Member</div>

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                    • #11
                      the drum room..............



                      FAP FAPPITTY FAP FAPPA FIDDAPPATTY
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                      <img src="images/misc/quote_icon.png" alt="Quote" /> Originally Posted by <strong>Chicken Monkey</strong>
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                      <div class="message">You've watched too many romantic comedies. In real life, spilling your guts never leads to spilling your nuts.</div>

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                      </div> A story should be just like a good skirt. Long enough to cover the subject but short enough to keep it interesting.<br />
                      -Eighty year old guy at the bank.<br />
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                      <br />
                      Founding Member of the Vampire Batman Hunting Team</div>

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                      • #12
                        plough, i note a lot of big R stuff. i usually see some of that stuff at a decent price, but don't really know what's worth it. is there an era or model(s) worth looking for?

                        i heard some of the late 70's, early 80's isn't worth it. is that wrong?
                        i miss you, mark
                        r.i.p. rudy

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                        • #13
                          The Silver Metallic set in the lower left, was my first owned drumset. I bought those in 1979, I was 19 and had been playing for 5 years. The two chrome drums above them are Powertone COB 5x14 snare drums. The seven amber maple snare drums in the center are ten ply maple Rogers XP 10 snare drums, four are Supertens, three are Dynasonics. One of the Supertens belonged to Gina Schock of The Go-Go's. Two of the maple Dynasonics have consecutive serial numbers. One of those belonged to Cosmo Clifford (according to the San Diego dealer from whom I aquired the drum). Snare drums on the right, Four Superten COS, and Five COB Dynasonics, one of which is one of the earliest Beavertail Dynasonics made. The black set, upper right, is an 18, 12, 13, 14 factory set from 1983, very rare. The green sparkle set was put together from orpan xp8 drums. And the absolute best of the best are the three 60s sets. 1964 wine red ripple, 1966 steel gray ripple, 1966 blue sparkle.

                          I play them whenever I can.

                          The XP8 drums were produced from 1979 to 1984 when Rogers closed up shop. They were probably the best built drums in the America at that time. It wasnt quality that killed the company, it was the corporate parent.
                          <div class="signaturecontainer">Rogers Drums<br />
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                          Big R Era Dating Guides<br />
                          <a href="http://theploughman.wix.com/theploughmansrogers#!resources-and-dating-guides" target="_blank">http://theploughman.wix.com/theploug...-dating-guides</a><br />
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                          GG Member</div>

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                          • #14
                            Nice collection. I'm definitely partial to the Memri-loc era, or "Big R" as some like to call it. Had a few of those kits myself at one time. Built like a tank.
                            "If you can't SAY something with your instrument, try sellin' cars."-
                            The late, great Tony Williams

                            www.russleonardi.com
                            www.zephyrsound.com
                            — Sonor Designer Maple shell (heavy) 8 pc. for studio
                            — Premier Genista 7 pc. for live gigs
                            — Tama Silverstar "Metro" 4pc. for certain live gigs.
                            — Paiste, Bosphorus and Sabian cymbals, depending on what I'm doin'.
                            — Small collection of assorted snare drums to suit my mood.

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                            • #15
                              Holy **************** man!, I'd have a real hard time deciding which to bring to the gig. Is the green kick an 18" too?

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