I am going to donate that kit to the Hope Mission, which is an Edmonton inner city resource centre. A former neighbour of mine works for them and runs a musical outreach program. As much as l would be too much of a drum snob to play these, they will be much appreciated.I donated my Tama kit to the local University. The music department was very grateful and I got paperwork from the Administration for a tax right off. Might be something to consider
I had a mint 1970 WMP Powertone set I sold that I kind of regret now... Not too fussed about a Dynasonic, usually I play that set with a Pre Serial COB Super 400..and a full set of pre serial 602's.. That's a Copper phonic with the '69 set.Holy mother of...what a dream kit. I'll now sit and stare at this kit for a minimum of 5 minutes even though a dynasonic is missing. Is that a rogers drum key I see on your 16?.