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Old 05-17-2018, 07:00 AM
seantdrums seantdrums is offline
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Default Vintage John Grey Bongos Edmondo Ros 1950's Rare

I bought these bongos from a boot sale for 1.00GBP. The guy wanted a tenner and i told him the bongos are worthless especially with a broken skin. He knew no different so he said give us a quid as a gesture. These bongos are rare these days Made in England and named after the famous Edmundo Ros. These were made by John Grey 50'S/60'S. I wrap all my own drum heads with calf skin so wrapping these no probs. Ive been making my own drum heads for the past 20 yrs. What i do need if anyone has one is the John Grey tuning key for these.
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Old 05-17-2018, 08:05 AM
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Default Re: Vintage John Grey Bongos Edmondo Ros 1950's Rare

Speaking of bongos probably should start another thread found a set in bro no badge made well reigns looks like slight lugs but most likley mj no pick as usual
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