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Re: Dynasonic Snare Frames


Just as a matter of interest Bruce - the Dyna I posted in the "Dyna COB refurbishment thread" - serial #15402 - what frame would be correct?

Thanks very much - trout.

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Just as a matter of interest Bruce - the Dyna I posted in the "Dyna COB refurbishment thread" - serial #15402 - what frame would be correct?

Thanks very much - trout.



Hey trout,

The third one up from the bottom would be the right one for your Dynasonic.

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Hey trout,

The third one up from the bottom would be the right one for your Dynasonic.
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Thanks very much Bruce. A point of interest (hopefully to other members too)

Would you say that the lack of height adjustment on the blunt end frames makes for a less responsive snare drum?

I wonder why Rogers dropped this feature?

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If you take your time and use very small strips of different weight felt, you can achieve the same effect as the adjuster inserts.

I think the blunt end frame and the lack of the adjuster inserts is just a further example of the cost cutting and the reduced attention to detail that CBS had on Rogers drums. Rogers was going down hill.

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Re: Dynasonic Snare Frames


Speaking of snare [sign in to see URL] buddy brought over an old COB Dyna, with a missing snare frame. Any idea of where to get one, and what I should be paying for it?

He also has a set of silver sparkle Powertones that I will be restoring for him.

Thanks for your help.

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Chicagoed, they come up on eBay all the time. I think $100 - $150. You'll want to research which is the correct one for your year/era. Any one will work, but originality counts.
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Thanks for the reply...
I will investigate the snare more thouroughly today. Even with no snare frame it sounded better than the one he plays in the band !

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I am interested in frames which were designed to hold nylon and/or gut snares rather than wire snares. Were there also a number of different versions of those frames? Does anyone have pictures of such frames to post? Were they only made for certain vintage drums? How hard is it to find them? Thanks.
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I believe the Dynasonic came only with wire snares. The late, lamented, Bruce Felter (Longroll) states in this thread which of the frames would be proper for your drum. Also, the Rogers Book (a must-have) has very elaborate photos of all of the different frame versions.
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I do recall seeing a 5x15 cob Dyna with nylon/gut snares on eBay so there were some made or retrofitted.

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