Late 60's Rogers Powertone

tamadrm

Platinum Member
Dotto that John.I've never even seen a 6.5 wood powertone.That's one very rare drum,tht's worth some bucks.Here's hoping you score that snare.

Steve B
 

JohnPloughman

Silver Member
They come up so rarely it is indeed hard to set a price. Thing is, they are always expensive, and leaning towards wood dynasonic territory.

Good luck.
 

Red Menace

Platinum Member
Wow Pete, did you really score one? I'm kind of getting giddy just reading John's reaction.

If you did then you have to share pics, just the polite thing to do...
 

JohnPloughman

Silver Member
Holy Grail.

THE Holy Grail. Want to trade for the Black Beauty, the 6.5 Supersensitive Ludalloy, the 5" Supra, and the mid 70s Acrolite?
 

JohnPloughman

Silver Member
They are a dime a dozen. Send it to me and I will replace it with an Adam 6.5 with original grime.



The 6.5 Powertone is very uncommon. Price range would be in the 400-600 range depending on economy and condition being excellent with no issues. Beat up, near destroyed, abandoned in a wet basement drums are always in the ten to twenty dollar range.

It is a really sweet drum.

Trade you a five inch Black Beauty Supersensitive for it.
 
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