Beautiful nickel over brass hoops and lugs. There are claims that it was originally designed for Buddy Rich who was looking for a snare drum that could go from Pianissimo to forte, be extremely resonant, and never choke. Cymbal post and snare stand are not included in this sale. . Here is some of what is up for sale. The set consists of these four drums only.
In studio or in smaller venues I played what I did prefer soundwise, and here is my workhorse for sale and for others who know what I am talking about. Shell has a few minor scratches, but looks good. And pardon the half-dead plant in the background. Sold separately and will be a great addition to anyones collection or kit. Like the wood shell drums, these were soon replaced with Beavertail lugs and the shells resolved to have five lines etched in the middle. If interested, let me know and I will send photos.
. I will put up pics later. It's believed that the Dynasonic was designed with Buddy Rich in mind. Overseas buyers must contact me for shipping quote to your country. Please contact us on 01255 221137 or with any questions or enquiries.
Whether Buddy Rich loved or hated the drum depends on who you talk to, but he certainly played one from its launch up until the end of his Rogers contract. I have the spurs, tom mounts, etc. If we can negotiate a deal, you wont have to wait on money. Model 4401 swivo HiHat stand. Some players like it, others do not. The Rogers Powertone was the work horse snare drum for the company. There are some drip stains on the interior from when the previous owner stained the set.
The screws are cheap and easy to find. Ludwig, Rogers, Gretsch, Leedy, Camco, Slingerland. The drum is in great shape. All Cleveland tags with flat grey interior. I will get to that this week. I will not give them away.
Our custom drum repair department can deal with any drum related problems you can think of from shell repairs to full drum kit refurbishments. Slingerland 1960's Artist model snare drum. This is a rare bird with factory Imperial lugs and round muffler knob. It was made to be the most sensitive snare drum on the market. I have spent lifetime playing drums for living, and I can assure you, I do know what is the best out there and how the best can be brought to the level only the old rats like me can actually put together. The top hoop is the Starclassic originally intended for a suspension mounting, but I used the holes for mounting the snare microphones.
It was just cleaned and rebuilt this week and there are no dents, scrapes, or rash on the drum. This is a 1970s Rogers Dyna-Sonic Snare Drum. I'm done explaining other than saying: this is your ultimate snare drum, period! Today, drummers will either claim it is the most responsive snare drum they have ever played, or will dismiss it as being too fiddly to set up and get a good sound. I am the original owner of this all original drum. In fact, we can do anything in wood.
Good This product is completely functional and shows some signs of use. These drums play well without the snare frame. The Rogers Super Ten Snare Drum was the Rogers Drum Company's answer to the Ludwig Supraphonic 400. Rogers 1960's vintage Rogers swan leg stands. No Cymbals or stands included.