Rogers Drums

Rogers Drums, is a drum company created in 1849 and based in Covington, Ohio. Their drums were embraced by musicians from the dixieland movement to the classic rockers of the 60s and 70s. However, the manufacturer was most closely associated with the "big band" and swing drummers of the 40s and 50s.

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Rogers Drums - Decline
... In 1983, CBS sold Rogers and Fender to a group of individuals, who were running the Fender division the new owners soon after decided to discontinue the Rogers Drums line ... In the late 1990s, the Rogers name was acquired by the Brook Mays Music Company ("BBMC") of Dallas, TX ... brand as a low-cost, but high quality import line of beginner-to-advanced drums, that were sold exclusively in the company's own chain of music stores ...

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