Rogers Park Lane 
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No flash.
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All back together!
All back together!
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Where did that rust go?
Where did that rust go?
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Ooh! Big change here!
Ooh! Big change here!
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The snare drum (the one in the middle) didn't come with this kit originally.
The snare drum (the one in the middle) didn't come with this kit originally.
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You must admit, though, the color is a REALLY good match.
You must admit, though, the color is a REALLY good match.
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If I didn't tell you the snare wasn't part of the kit originally, you probably wouldn't notice.
If I didn't tell you the snare wasn't part of the kit originally, you probably wouldn't notice.
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Note the Swivomatic tom mount on the snare. That was on there originally. The snare came from a Rogers kit that featured a snare mounted directly to the bass drum. It would also mount to the floor tom to create a cocktail setup--a setup just like the Parklane! So I don't have to drill for a mount--I have an original mount! Also notice the main drum has a Rogers
Note the Swivomatic tom mount on the snare. That was on there originally. The snare came from a Rogers kit that featured a snare mounted directly to the bass drum. It would also mount to the floor tom to create a cocktail setup--a setup just like the Parklane! So I don't have to drill for a mount--I have an original mount! Also notice the main drum has a Rogers "Eagle" badge, and the snare a Rogers "Script" badge. The snare is a little later--maybe a year or two. (I also DO have the Swivo tom mount for the small tom, it's just not installed. I DON'T have the Knobby mount missing from the main drum yet. I will get one, though. They're not hard to come by.)
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