Why are you only looking at those two brands? There are lots of brands out there and a lot of them make awesome drums. Unless either company was courting you for an endorsement deal, you owe it to yourself to see what other companies can provide.Hi i would like your opinions, what do you think about those kits? are they comparable in sound and quality?
i have the chance to buy a 4pc (10,12,14,22) dw collectors from 2004 used in very good condition or a 4pc (10,12,16,22)tama starclassic maple new
the collectors it's much more expensive than the starclassic in this case
This is ridiculously awesome advice, WOOOOO!!!!!!! But personally, I don't have too much experience with Starclassics', but I had three DW Collectors Series sets in the past and can attest to their build quality being flawless. This is not a knock at the quality of a Starclassic, because I've seen and heard them, and they seemed very nice as well. Let your ears tell you which way to go, if you can play a set of both.Or buy a used starclassic maple and have a cocaine + prostitute weekend in mexico.
This right here, is the way to go.Or buy a used starclassic maple and have a cocaine + prostitute weekend in mexico.
A little overstated, but relevant. DW Collectors hold their value better. I've watched two Starclassic maple kits sell for $600 here in Tucson in the past year and both were really excellent kits. I was honestly surprised at how low they sold (and kind of mad I didn't buy one).And the "Overstatement of the Year" award goes to....