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Old 02-13-2019, 10:05 PM
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Default For anyone interested in vintage drums - Rogers in particular

A video I just put up discussing and documenting the process of replacing original B&B lugs with Rogers modern reproductions.
Some of the reason to do this and some situations you may run into doing so... also some things that may make keeping the originals organized for a later date easier.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1CXynm0SF0&t=0s
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Old 02-13-2019, 11:17 PM
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Excellent video. Definitely like how you have the lugs labeled to go back in their exact spots. I have a frameless COB Dyna, and have never been happy with it. It has no sensitivity. After hearing yours at the end, I'm for sure getting a frame and returning it to how it should be. That snare sounds amazing.
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Old 02-13-2019, 11:56 PM
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Excellent video. Definitely like how you have the lugs labeled to go back in their exact spots. I have a frameless COB Dyna, and have never been happy with it. It has no sensitivity. After hearing yours at the end, I'm for sure getting a frame and returning it to how it should be. That snare sounds amazing.
thank you

there is a reproduction frame available that is amazing

exactly like the originals ... I have it on my '69 Dyna

https://www.sweetwater.com/store/det...th-snare-wires
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I agree excellent video-very well organized and I love you have your cake playing a vintage while still maintaining the integrity of its components. Gosh I'm getting senile seems like I remember you discussing Rogers dynasonic before and I was on fire to go buy a newer version. Listening to you play it reminds me why-man it has such definition and crispness like brass wires but better. What are the wires made of? I just love the whole idea of the mechanism-cool inventive wise. Great job again.
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Nice video! I subscribed
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