One day a box of drum badges could turn up or in many cases new serial number badges were put on top of older serial number badges making it difficult for us today to know exactly when the drum was made.This web site is connected to a large drum forum related to vintage drums where you could do even more research and or become a member to ask qeustions and learn from people that have been collecting for many years.Since we can't list it all here, our Vintage Drum Guide houses all the research and history on Rogers Drums and that is the place to get your answers!Thanks for stopping by and take a moment to try some of our special e Bay searches on our Shopping page.The Vintage Drum Forum can be found by clicking here.We are here to answer your Rogers drum history questions.There is a special article on the tuning and set-up of the Rogers Dynasonic snare drum and a complete history of early Rogers Farmingdale Drums.As always, we are learning and researching and adding new items to this web site.
The pedal was soon joined by the double bass pedal, the rotating-base and cable remote hi-hat stands.Since 1987, when Vintage Drum Center began, Ned has inspected and repaired thousands of drums.His technical and historical articles on vintage drums have appeared in Modern Drummer and DRUM Magazine.Buy items with the above icon and you'll get free shipping and free gear. Ned’s background in music has prepared him well for what he does. Who else is better qualified than a fellow drummer with hands-on experience and decades of tech expertise? When you call or email, Vintage Drum Center founder and owner, Ned Ingberman, will personally help you. That gives him a better sense of what gear suites you best.