The Rogers drum badge and Rogers finish pages are also very helpful when dating Rogers Drums.We have a huge collection of snare drum and drum set catalog scans for you to look at to date the year of your Slingerland drums and look at the timeline of Radio Kings and how the name was used over the companies history. Founded in 1912 in New York City, Mapes started its wire production operations in operations in the mountains of east Tennessee in 1951. Founded in 1912 in New York City, Mapes started its wire production operations in the mountains of east Tennessee in 1951.
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In addition, Mapes is one of the countrys oldest manufacturers of musical strings for use on pianos, guitars, banjos, and mandolins." "#1 Wire Mill Road, Elizabethton, TN 37643. In addition, Mapes is one of the countrys oldest manufacturers of musical strings for use on pianos, guitars, banjos, and mandolins." "#210 - 2106 Main Street, Vancouver, BC V5T 3C5 Canada.
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The look was interesting, granted, but the metal was soft and prone to crack; the shells were porous second-grade Asian softer-woods, overly flexible, and often untrue or out-of-round.
If you were playing drums back then, as I was, you’ll recall throwing away such drumsets.
They had no value as trade-ups to prestigious brands they emulated: Slingerland, Gretsch, and occasionally Rogers. I know I certainly missed the point all these years.
All I know is what I heard…when playing these budget kits in moments of weakness. I remember writing some vague forecast, in a Canadian, American, or German magazine, to the effect that the first wave of Japanese-made stencil brand drumsets would become the next object of affection for those who seek out anything smacking of “classic” or “vintage”.