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Old 07-03-2016, 10:39 AM
vintagerules vintagerules is offline
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Question 60's Rogers Luxor black and gold duco

Pick this drum up and realized its kind of rare. Ive searched eBay and I've seen similar luxors but not with this finish/ lug type. Do the "bread and butter" lugs indicate an earlier model? All luxors I seem to find have the "beaver tail" lugs. It came with the stock 16 strand snare wires and original heads
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Old 07-03-2016, 12:22 PM
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Default Re: 60's Rogers Luxor black and gold duco

Sorry to break it to you but that isn't a rare drum. Can't use feebay as a guide there are less posts there because of the fees these days. Black/gold duco was a lower end finish(not pearl). The script logo and ridged fragile b+b lugs date it to around 1960-63. The 6 lug Luxor was their low end snare.

The best thing about you drum is that is stock with heads and snares. All that said it is a 100-150.00 snare. If you re going to play it as found the lugs will crack. There are methods to brace the lugs.

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