Yamaha Corporation Rogers Drums is an American drum manufacturer. It was founded in and originally based in Covington, Ohio. This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
Dating a Rogers Dyna-Sonic snare | [DFO] Drum Forum
Up for sale vintage drum snares rogers snare drum made in usa in rogers 70's vintage 14x5 dynasonic brass shell snare drum has the history plus dating. Johnploughman sign in to follow or a number of dating guides for rogers drums have surfaced over the years the dynasonic rogers snare drum Find great deals on ebay for rogers dynasonic snare shop with confidence. I'm not a rogers expert, but i'd say it was a 70's drum rogers chrome snares are not highly thought - really the only rogers snare worth having is the dynasonic wood , but that's more of a collectors item than a studio drum. Identifying a rogers dyna-sonic i recently picked up a rogers big r dyna-sonic snare at an estate sale it has a dating guide and a collection of catalog.
Some of you will know the history of this snare drum, but if not, then here goes… The drum was launched in in both a wood and metal shell in varying depths, fitted with a unique snare frame often referred to as a snare cradle. The snare frame that held the snare wires evolved through various versions in an attempt to perfect the set up of the wires. The basic premise was to have a drum with floating snares which could be tensioned without putting any pressure on the head.
Rogers dynasonic snare drum The answer to your primary question must be no. One is not necessarily better than the other. I currently own 15 Rogers Dyna-Sonic snare drums. The earliest is unplayable. The lugs are cracked.