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Old 05-01-2007, 06:11 AM
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Currently this is the collection, although, I have yet to take pix with the new Paiste 2002 Cymbals, as I have only had them a week.

Current Cymbals: Paiste 2002
14" Sound Edge Hats
16" and 18" Crashes
18" Thin China
24" Ride

Cymbals in these pictures: except for the one taken in 2002, Zildjian K Customs, These were on the brighter side of K Customs, at least the crashes were, They sounded great. I would have kept them, But ...I just really missed the Paiste 02s. The only reason they were sold was to fund the Paiste feavor.
Zildjian K Custom
14" K Custom Dark Top/A Custom Projection Bottom
10 Dark Splash
16" and 18" Dark Crash
20" Dark Ride
21" Special Dry Ride
22" High Definition Ride

My first drumset, Rogers 1977 Fullerton Big R 14x24, 9x13, 16x16, 16x18 Color is Silver Metallic. This pic was taken in my house, Oct. 2006. I got this set first week of Nov. 1979. Its changed slightly over the years, sold off a 14 and 15, added the 16 ft. Snare drum pictured is a Rogers Dynasonic 1980 ten ply maple, 8x14. Tama Pedals, DW 9000 series cymbal stands.





My Rogers 1965 Early Dayton Blue Glass Glitter, 14x20, 8x12, 14x14, 16x16, Powertone 5x14 Maple Snare. Rogers Swan Leg Cymbal Stands.


My Rogers 1964 Cleveland Red Wine Ripple, 14x20, 8x12, 16x16, shown with mid 1967Rogers Dynasonic 5x14, COB seven line.

Top of Bass Drum showing 9.9/10 almost zero fade finish.


My Rogers 1980 XP8 16x18, 8x12, 14x14 Green Glass Glitter, rebuilt and recovered, Cleveland era Swivomatic mounts. 1969 Slingerland 5.5x14, six lug Niles Badge original.


My Rogers 1976 Silver Metallic 14x20 (recovered Dayton) 8x12, 16x16 Snare is Rogers 1983 Dynasonic 6.5x14 10 Ply Maple. Stands are Yamaha, Cymbals are Paiste 2002. Pic was taken in Feb. 2002. (Currently DW Stands, Tama Pedals, Paiste 2002 Cymbals)


My 1995 Ayotte Custom Drums Shaded Cherry Gloss Lacquer, 16x22, 10x12, 16x16, 7x14 Ayotte Custom Snare in Piano Black Gloss. DW Stands, Tama Pedals, shown with Zildjian K Custom Cymbals. Oct. 2006 gospel concert. (The 14x14 is a Mapex M series, the color matched, the drum sounds decent.)

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Old 05-01-2007, 06:41 AM
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Beauties! How much did all your sets roughly cost you?
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Old 05-01-2007, 06:48 AM
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Dude....snap, awesome drums!

you know if you ever feel that one of those isnt needed any more...lol
How do like the 2oo2's?
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Old 05-01-2007, 08:08 AM
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Snare Drums






Rogers Powertone, 1964, 5x14 with reinforcing rings, Maple Blue Glass Glitter
Ayotte Custom, 1995, 7x14, six ply maple with reinforcing ringsPiano Black Gloss
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Rogers Powertone, 1963, 5x14, COB Cleveland
Rogers Powertone, 1968, 5x14, COB Dayton
Rogers Dynasonic, 1967, 5x14, COB Dayton
Rogers Dynasonic, 1968, 5x14, COB Dayton
Rogers Dynasonic, 1974, 5x14, COB Fullerton
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Rogers Dynasonic, 1977, 5x14, COB Fullerton Big R
Rogers Dynasonic, 1980, 8x14, Maple 10 ply Fullerton Big R
Rogers Dynasonic, 1983, 6.5x14, Maple 10 ply, Fullerton Big R Factory Dampener
Rogers Dynasonic, 1983, 6.5x14, Maple 10 ply, Fullerton Big R No Dampener
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Slingerland 1969, 5.5x 14, Niles Badge, six lug, Original Green Glass Glitter
WorldMax, 2005, 4x14, Vintage with single flange hoops Black nickel.

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Old 05-01-2007, 08:38 AM
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wow ! I love vintage drums... Your's are very beautriful !
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Old 05-01-2007, 08:42 AM
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Man, you got some sweet kits. Hot on the heels of Bobby Chiasson. Awesome display.
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Old 05-01-2007, 12:49 PM
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Wow, quite the collection. You could easily open up a drum shop in your basement. You have to give us the skinny on the cymbals though... (at least the zildjians)
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Old 05-01-2007, 01:13 PM
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Ok then....I NOW know who I hate the most on this site.....JERK!! :-)

WOW...those are beautiful!!! Especially the first one w/ the 8x14 snare.....wow...I think I just peed!! :)
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Old 05-01-2007, 01:33 PM
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Wow! You should open a museum and charge 5 bucks at the door!
Very nice looking vintage kits, I've never played a Rogers before. Are they similar to Slingerland?
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Old 05-02-2007, 01:12 AM
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Rogers are great drums, especially those mid 60s kits.
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Old 05-07-2007, 06:14 AM
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First pic with 2002 Cymbals.

14" Sound Edge Hats
16" Crash
18" Crash
18" Thin China
24" Ride.



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Old 05-07-2007, 06:33 AM
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BLUE SPARKLE!

I'm sad now haha
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Old 05-08-2007, 02:54 PM
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How do you like those sound edge 2002s? Are they loud enough to cut through loud hard rock? Great drums and cymbals!
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Old 05-08-2007, 03:43 PM
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Holy poop, man. After the first kit I thought I had some nice things to say. By the time I'd seen the second one my head was spinning a little. And by the end of your post I was completely stupid. Awesome, fantastic, sweet sweet sweet collection. And I love the 2oo2's too - I have a 2oo2 22" ride.
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Old 05-09-2007, 03:26 AM
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2002s were made for Rock.
I play gospel, in church and with a couple different Gospel groups, and sit in occasionally with a small country /blues group. They kind of cross the line. A lot of brush work in some of that.
As for the 2002s, they are great in the kind of music I play. I love their sound.
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Old 08-27-2007, 03:36 AM
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How do you like the 24" ride? I bought one off ebay on a whim but havent really used it all that much over the past 2 years. I now have a collection of 5 rides, most of which I use in jazz settings. I play the occasional gig that calls for my 24" ride but other than that it just sits there waiting for me to play it.
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Old 08-27-2007, 04:45 AM
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Woah. I wish I had the collection like yours!!!! Geez, if I only had the money :D

lmao. Love the stuff man, keep us posted on every peace of money you spend on drums!!!!


Ha ha....
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Old 08-27-2007, 08:18 AM
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I love the 2002 Thin Chinas. They're very musical,sort of mellow,not as clangy as most other chinas.Great choice of cymbals....
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Old 08-29-2007, 08:24 AM
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awsome Rogers, check out mine.... http://drummerworld.com/forums/showthread.php?t=30425
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Do you have a permit for those drums?
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Old 08-29-2007, 09:32 AM
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...............awesome.......lol !
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2002s were made for Rock.
I play gospel, in church and with a couple different Gospel groups, and sit in occasionally with a small country /blues group. They kind of cross the line. A lot of brush work in some of that.
As for the 2002s, they are great in the kind of music I play. I love their sound.

I got to say Ploughman, that that set of Ayotte's is one of the most beautiful sets of drums on which I have laid eyes. I want a set of Ayottes. Given their price tag, I am going to have to sell a house (which I am trying to do right now in fact) in order to afford my new set. BTW, I am currently playing a set of Gretsch Catalina Ash's and I am thrilled with their sound. However, I know the Ayotte's are quite a leap upward in quality and overall sound.
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Old 08-11-2010, 10:38 PM
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i second the compliment on them ayottes. they sound fantastic!

RE chungiemunchin:
I want a set of Ayottes. Given their price tag, I am going to have to sell a house (which I am trying to do right now in fact) in order to afford my new set.

-not necessarily true. given the state of the company now, many people are/have gotten rid of the kits for cheap. i picked up my '92s for dirt cheap off craigslist. keep your eyes peeled!
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Wow, what a great collection. Must be fun to play all those. Thanks for sharing your drum porn stash with us.
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Old 08-12-2010, 12:13 AM
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Thank you for the compliments.

I sold the Ayottes a couple months ago. I got break even money for them. I would have like to have had more, but, given the state of the economy, selling them off at their real value proved impossible. On any given day, I could get substantially closer to value for one of the Rogers sets. I did play them nine years for free.

And I kept the snare drum.

They were very nice drums to play, quality was beyond excellent, and they played closer to that vintage sound than anything Ive heard. My problem with the Ayottes came down to never liking the 10 inch deep 12. And replacement parts are impossible to come by.

Selling them funded a couple nice purchases, including a Rogers 1983 Superten that belonged to Gina Schock of The Go-Gos, and a 1984 Dynasonic that belonged to Doug Clifford of CCR.

Gina Schock Superten


1984 Rogers XP8 set I swiped on ebay for 400.00 two years ago. 18, 12, 13, 14 ft. All factory set.


In all, its been a good year.

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