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My Dynasonic Snare Drums


Here is a picture that's been in Not So Modern Drummer and in Rob Cooks Rogers Book. It's of most of my Rogers Dynasonic collection, I've added some (wood and COB) since then.

Bruce

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Re: My Dynasonic Snare Drums


WOW - This is one impressive collection of drums
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I'd like to take this oportunity to welcome longroll (Bruce Felter) to the forum. Bruce is a San Francisco bay area drummer and has, probably, the most extensive Dyna Sonic collection there is! He also has some beautiful sets that I hope he'll post some pics of one day.

Welcome, Bruce

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Bruce. Is a profound Jazz drummer and loves to use its "Trademark" the Brushes!

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A Superb Collection and a great picture that captures them brilliantly.Great to see.
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I could die happy polishing that lot.
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 emoticon Holy crap, man! That's awesome!

It's nice to see so many Dynas in such good hands.
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............ Have anything inna blue sparkle pearl finish with bread n butter lugs, fruit tree stained interior with tall type 10 lug rims and a serial 1001?

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Re: My Dynasonic Snare Drums


quote:

Rogersoholic wrote:

............ Have anything inna blue sparkle pearl finish with bread n butter lugs, fruit tree stained interior with tall type 10 lug rims and a serial 1001?



This drum does exist, and I think it is Blue Sparkle. I remember talking to Bobby at the Drum Farm and he had it for a while.

I do have number 1343 (the 343rd Dynasonic made with exterior bage), a 1961 Rogers Dynasonic, fruit stained interior, B & B lugs (no cracks), clock face throw. tall hoops, Blue Sparkle, pointed end badge (early Dynasonic snare drum only), all original in excellent condition.

Thanks,

Bruce

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longroll. Would you happen to know when Rogers started using the round clockface strainer (without the black backround)? I ask because, I have a, what I believe is a '64-'65, Cleveland, serial # 7553 Powertone that has a '67 on, elongated strainer. I'm thinking that it is not the correct strainer? What are your idea's on this? Also, how can you tell if a snare originally came with a wrap, or not? Thanks. emoticon olddrummer
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