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Very interesting stuff Tommykay - isn't the Internet a wonderful thing? Imagine trying to fine out this stuff without it.
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Tommykat, it's all about the passion! Now to track down Gina for her input! You have really put together some great documention or provenance for that snare drum. It just went up in value!
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Very interesting to find out that the Sunburst was a lacquer finish and not a wrap. Gives me some hope that I may be able to get my XP8's done in that finish.

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WOW! That was a great read. We should send him a t-shirt or something for his contributions.

-Rob
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I think with the collection of provenance you have made, and continue to make on this [sign in to see URL] value now is in the rare 60s wood dyna range, easily. Ive read this twice through now and am simply amazed at what youve accomplished.
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Ploughman, I regard you to be the resident expert on the XP8/XP10 series, so your compliment is humbling. Thank you, as always.
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Another thing I notice here is that JC is a man who very much appreciates the value of these rarer items from the Rogers factory. Notice his 10K for the Vented Rogers Dynasonic. Someday......... maybe not even 50 years from now, there will be another Mike Curotto........ who will pay handsomely for your Gina Shock Super Rogers. This is the kind of drum that ends up in that kind of collection. The finish on your drum is excellent and worthy.
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The 10K price shocked me. I like the fact that he has a lofty starting price, but I think that under present circumstances it's pretty far out there. Better to hold on, if he can, because if we're moving into a recession, the average collector--and buyer--will be needing to cash in, in my opinion.

Your point about the future collector is well taken, however, and any Rogers one-off will be shooting up in price sometime soon. And I think we should include your 1982/1983 XP10 Dynas and Supertens. I know of no-one else who has any of these, Ploughman, so they are as close to one-offs as there can be.

Buy Low, Sell High...

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Tommy. I am impressed - You've really outdone yourself here, that is some interesting [sign in to see URL] like the comment he made when he said "real drums".......This is awesome, talk about [sign in to see URL] like you're now a "collector" along with being an owner - Good stuff my man.
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Well done tommy that makes a great [sign in to see URL] [sign in to see URL]
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