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The P-1672 mounting bracket features a wing bolt that screws into the casing.

This bracket was used as follows: To secure the three legs on the 14" x 14" floor tom, As a cymbal mounting bracket on the bass drum As mounting brackets for the bass drums spurs Though both drum kits incorporated this bracket as a tom mount when new, the second kit was retro-fitted with a Rogers Swiv-o-matic tom mount.

Some believe these to be the finest drums ever produced, and the sound, build quality and design would certainly lend well to this accolade.

Predominantly manufactured across two locations in America – Cleveland and Dayton, Ohio (Pre-CBS ownership) and Fullerton, California (Post CBS) – the Rogers brand was originally introduced by Irish migrant Joseph Rogers, who began manufacturing drumheads upon his arrival in America in 1849.

Now, less silver glitter and more a sort of pewter, this drum set has taken on a lovely aged ‘Ginger Ale’ appearance.

The colour change is no indication of a poor quality finish; many drum sets from this era spent their days (and more likely, nights) in smoky bars and clubs and quite often, tobacco staining can be a factor of the colour change.

The bass drum spurs and floor tom legs also used a knurled texture surface in the area where they inserted into the mounting brackets.

Here's what I found clever: the unused existing holes were filled by first inserting a metal sleeve which was the depth of the shell.

Ordinarily the snare head side, or the bottom of the shell, must be formed with snare beds in order to insure the engagement of the snares with the head, and their vibration when the upper head is beaten.

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