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1960s Aristocrats

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Oaklawn era Camcos in Silver Glass 24,13,16,18

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Posted on 10 years ago
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Roger, Beautiful kit !

Your drummers not much good is he!? What you need is someone that's as good as me. ! John Henry Bonham !!
Posted on 10 years ago
#2
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Silver glass,... not the most obvious finish but what an amazing looking drums Roger.

I bet that 24” with the 16”&18 floors must sound thunderous.

Where’s the rest,...;) ?

Posted on 10 years ago
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Wow!

24" Oaklawn...sure not too many of those around...

Back in around 1987,I had a Oaklawn kit in Silver Sparkle...18,12,14 and matching snare!Walking

Bet you wish you had those!

"Always make sure your front bottom BD lugs clear the ground!"
Posted on 10 years ago
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Thanks VFD and blair , I don't consider myself a collector so they would be useless to me. The Bop style kits are kinda cool but I prefer the big band/swing style. Plus this is the best sounding set of drums I have ever heard and I feel lucky to own them.

Posted on 10 years ago
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Absolutely a killer kit with killer sound and love the finish!Keep them forever...

Wayne

1967 Rogers Cleveland Champagne Sparkle
20,16,13,13.
1967/68 Rogers Dayton Champagne Sparkle
20,16,13,13.
1966 Rogers cob 7 Line Dynasonic Snare.
1967 Rogers "Humberto Morales" Timbales.
1980 Ludwig B/O badge 14x 6.5 Black Beauty Snare.
1980 Ludwig B/O badge Red Cortex
22,22,18,16,15,14,13.
1988 Sonor "Horst Link" HLD 590 14x8 Bronze Snare
Posted on 10 years ago
#6
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Eye Ball DROOL

that's all I got.

Jim

Bowing

60's Sonor Teardrops & 70s Premier AMs
Sabian
Vic Firth
Remo/Evans

"unless it's vintage, it's just another wooden tube."
Posted on 10 years ago
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