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Old 12-11-2010, 08:04 PM
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A mystery indeed... LOL! There really is NO WAY that it would have left the Rogers factory assembled that way... plus! ... notice that the resonant/bottom head on your drum is an Evans, which Rogers never used/supplied... meaning ... someone had to change out the bottom head at some point in the drum's life, and that would necessitate removing the hoop with the guards attached and the snare frame of course... mystery solved! :-D Upon reassembly, the hoop was put on "backwards" with relation to the guards/butt/strainer, thus the snare frame was remounted backwards as well. Really not a problem and an EASY fix! Regardless, a beautiful and well maintained drum irrespective of the wrongly installed hoop/snare frame.

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Old 01-17-2011, 11:57 PM
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hi tommy could ypu please help me id this snare i picked up a dynasonic cob with 7 lines and serial #9821 can you tell me what year and whats it worth as im a ludwig guy and just bought it because of how clean it is off craigs list ohio
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Old 01-18-2011, 10:03 AM
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jaghog!...

Your COB 7 line Dynasonic, with a serial number of #9821, dates to 1966. Value is totally contingent on CONDITION despite the fact that you have an excellent/desirable year drum. Could be a nice find there! Pics? Pics will tell all!

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Old 01-18-2011, 12:57 PM
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A mystery indeed... LOL!

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Haha good one. No matter what he says about never being serviced, it does look like NOS.

Let me know if it goes up on eBay.
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Old 01-18-2011, 03:05 PM
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SamS!...

NOS wasn't in question here at all!... ( the drum does indeed look MINT! ) ... so hows 'bout the bottom/resonant head isn't OEM. Rogers NEVER installed Evans brand heads during any point in their production history, and certainly NOT in 1967... 'twas all Remo. Plus, again, there's no way this drum would have left the Rogers facility with the bottom hoop/guards installed... backwards. Just didn't happen, especially so during this period when Rogers was still KING with regard to manufacturing/assembly/service. All this said...

a BEAUTIFUL specimen indeed!! Well worth your interest should 008452 offer it up for sale!

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Old 01-18-2011, 05:28 PM
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SamS!...

NOS wasn't in question here at all!... ( the drum does indeed look MINT! ) ... so hows 'bout the bottom/resonant head isn't OEM. Rogers NEVER installed Evans brand heads during any point in their production history, and certainly NOT in 1967... 'twas all Remo. Plus, again, there's no way this drum would have left the Rogers facility with the bottom hoop/guards installed... backwards. Just didn't happen, especially so during this period when Rogers was still KING with regard to manufacturing/assembly/service. All this said...

a BEAUTIFUL specimen indeed!! Well worth your interest should 008452 offer it up for sale!

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Good pick up. I just thought your response was quite reserved given the OP's assertions.
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Old 01-18-2011, 11:34 PM
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i thank you tommy the dyna came from a estate sale from the son and just wanted to give it up hes got a sweet ringo set but wont part with it yet so i get some pic its clean no dents that i can see and strainer seems right i dont know enough about them except what i read here has black strainer tie
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Old 01-22-2011, 10:38 PM
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Tommy i have been trying to post pics as i spent a 1/2 day taking the dynasonic apart and cleaning/polishing i see that its a dent free snare and very slite pitting on lugs shell has been cleaned and polished looks great now to show an tell would be nice as im ready to install the strainer so opinions would be great ive have sd chip in here and cant get the pics to upload
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