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Old 09-24-2012, 07:51 AM
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My Tamburo Opera 14x6.5 snare 100% handmade in Italy
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Can you explain "multilayer stave"?
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Can you explain "multilayer stave"?
They're ply staves assembled into a composite top & bottom bearing edge component.
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They're ply staves assembled into a composite top & bottom bearing edge component.
humm, not the real explanation.
This is a multislayer shell, 7 Plies in US Maple assembled in Stave with a reinforcement ring in Birch with a special epoxy resin (patented from Tamburo, 45 rounded). This is really helpfull to tune your drum and it works great.
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humm, not the real explanation.
This is a multislayer shell, 7 Plies in US Maple assembled in Stave with a reinforcement ring in Birch with a special epoxy resin (patented from Tamburo, 45 rounded). This is really helpfull to tune your drum and it works great.
Wow, I've never heard of that method. Why chop plywood into staves? Why just not make a traditional ply rolled shell, or use whole wood for staves?

I know Latin Percussion uses stave ply construction for its congas.
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Thought I'd better include our steam bent Origin series English ash beauty here, before all the English ash becomes extinct!

A terrible week for such an important British woodland species :(

Ultra light drums. About half the weight, or less, of "average" ply drums.

Evangkol segmented hoops. Hard wax finish.
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KIS: Still, every time I see either of the Guru kits, I stop and stare.

The only problem is that I'd need another 50 grand on top of the kit price for home renovations, I wouldn't want my crappy looking house to bring down that amazing kit.
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Hey KIS can you PM me a quote for a 13x8" snare?

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Thought I'd better include our steam bent Origin series English ash beauty here, before all the English ash becomes extinct!

A terrible week for such an important British woodland species :(

Ultra light drums. About half the weight, or less, of "average" ply drums.

Evangkol segmented hoops. Hard wax finish.
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This kit is a new form of life, the most beautiful one ever.
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Thought I'd better include our steam bent Origin series English ash beauty here, before all the English ash becomes extinct!

A terrible week for such an important British woodland species :(

Ultra light drums. About half the weight, or less, of "average" ply drums.

Evangkol segmented hoops. Hard wax finish.
Also, what's the dealio with the trippy lugs? They look like some kind of no-penetration floating design. Awesome.
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Also, what's the dealio with the trippy lugs? They look like some kind of no-penetration floating design. Awesome.
Yes, & a lot more than that. All aluminium hardware, special lugs to interface with RIMS mounts rather than using tension screws, special floor tom leg & bass drum spur brackets that don't contact the resonant shell (all aluminium too), & of course, completely undrilled shells! Here's a picture of the inside of a padauk Origin series floor tom below.

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Hey KIS can you PM me a quote for a 13x8" snare?

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Sure Dale, what vibe are you seeking? What haven't you got?!!! PM coming.
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Believe me. That little kit is an absolute monster. I've never heard a bass drum like it. I was fiddling around with the 20"x12" all day unleashing it at unsuspecting passers-by on occasion. I think we all had fun with that.

And the whole kit weighs practically nothing. It's amazing. You expect drums to have some heft but you almost end up throwing the tom over your shoulder because it weighs so much less than you think!
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Believe me. That little kit is an absolute monster. I've never heard a bass drum like it. I was fiddling around with the 20"x12" all day unleashing it at unsuspecting passers-by on occasion. I think we all had fun with that.

And the whole kit weighs practically nothing. It's amazing. You expect drums to have some heft but you almost end up throwing the tom over your shoulder because it weighs so much less than you think!
Yes Duncan, good point, we should put a sticker on it "YES, I REALLY AM THIS LIGHT". I had such fun handing the tom to visitors at our stand, & watching their expression of complete surprise. Nothing needed to be said :)
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Here is my humble Yamaha Stage Custom Birch kit. This pic is when I first got the set.


I've since moved the toms off the bass drum and onto a stand.


I've said it before: They are the best drums in the world..........My world at least.
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Here is my humble Yamaha Stage Custom Birch kit. This pic is when I first got the set.
I've said it before: They are the best drums in the world..........My world at least.
Beautiful clean lines, & obviously cherished. Lovely looking drum set, & looks much more comfortable to play with the toms off the bass drum.
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Old 11-21-2012, 01:19 AM
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I'm loving all the natural wood kits here. Being Finnish they always remind me of the warm woody surroundings of a Finnish sauna.

Here's my 33 year old Yamaha 9000 kit in "Real Wood" finish.

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I'm loving all the natural wood kits here. Being Finnish they always remind me of the warm woody surroundings of a Finnish sauna.

Here's my 33 year old Yamaha 9000 kit in "Real Wood" finish.

That's absolutely one of the nicest Yamaha kits I've ever seen. Stunning :)
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I think this belongs here :)
Wow this kit is stunning, do you have any audio clips of it in action?

That must be a liberating feeling to step back and know you built that. This is seriously drum porn.
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Here's some stave snares that were completed in October.

From the top-down:

14 x 5.5 - Ghana Mahogany
14 x 6 - AAA Grade Canadian Maple
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That must be a liberating feeling to step back and know you built that. This is seriously drum porn.
Thank you. Yes, high quality & totally honest unprocessed recordings just released here:
http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=97800

Go to the video "The Guru sessions" part 2. Examples of room mic & close mic captures. No EQ! Use good headphones :)
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Go to the video "The Guru sessions" part 2. Examples of room mic & close mic captures. No EQ! Use good headphones :)
She's a beaut. Sounds it too. Kind of a modern look about it.
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Here's some stave snares that were completed in October.

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14 x 5.5 - Ghana Mahogany
14 x 6 - AAA Grade Canadian Maple
14 x 6.5 - African Bubinga
Wow! Beautiful.

All of them totally unstained, correct?
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Two recent ones (sorry, mobile phone shots)

Bubinga stave.

Cocobolo steam bent with matching segmented hoops.
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I've never seen Bubinga that looked so light! beautiful looking snares Andy, your/Guru's work is so impressive!!

If you guys ever have any extra drums that are just taking up space and you need to get rid of them, please just let me know. I'd be happy to help. :)

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I've never seen Bubinga that looked so light! beautiful looking snares Andy, your/Guru's work is so impressive!!

If you guys ever have any extra drums that are just taking up space and you need to get rid of them, please just let me know. I'd be happy to help. :)

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Cheers Jonathan, & great to hear from you :) How's your band going? Sounded superb last time you posted.

No drums going spare I'm afraid. These in the pictures have gone to their new homes too. We built the cocobolo snare as one for our display at the London Drum Show. I was pretty disappointed when someone bought it :(

The bubinga snare is made from the area that transits the sapwood & heartwood, hence the lighter sections. That said, if you look at the darker sections, you can see that this wood has great beauty, and looks nothing like the bubinga that's usually used in other drums.
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Wow! Beautiful.

All of them totally unstained, correct?
That is correct. I just put a thin coating of sealer, and then a few layers of lacquer. I try to select wood grains that don`t need a stain.
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That is correct. I just put a thin coating of sealer, and then a few layers of lacquer. I try to select wood grains that don`t need a stain.
Good call, & lovely work right there :)
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Good call, & lovely work right there :)
Many thanks for the kind words. Your Guru Drums are a definite inspiration for me here across the pond. Amazing designs, and they sound amazing!
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Here are a few recent addons.

Canarywood sisters



Ziricote with matching throw off accents


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An Oak with walnut vent.




And a sasafrass and cherry 13X6.75

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Stave snare of wild olive wood.
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The offset lugs look like hell, but the olive wood is stunningly beautiful.
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The offset lugs look like hell, but the olive wood is stunningly beautiful.
The offsets are trippy - I think centered offset might have looked better.

Amazing to see all this naked, unstained wood. I had no idea.
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The offset lugs look like hell, but the olive wood is stunningly beautiful.
You' re right. I regreted very much about those offset lugs... This snare would look much better with sigle point lugs. The olive wood is maybe the most beautifull wood and the wild olive even more pretty
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You' re right. I regreted very much about those offset lugs... This snare would look much better with sigle point lugs. The olive wood is maybe the most beautifull wood and the wild olive even more pretty
So is the olive wood quite easy to get in Greece? My best friend is Greek, his Mom still has a place there. I wonder if I could get him to bring me some back next time he goes over. It is some of the nicest wood I have seen, so many great building woods are dark, like the Ziricote I posted up top, it is nice to see the figuring so easily in that Olive.
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Not seen this thread before. Hmmm... I don't appear to own many wood finish kits.

Sonor Signature kit in Makassar Ebony:







Yamaha Beech Customs in Lime Green:








Yamaha Oak Customs in York Honey Amber:







I'm now thinking on what to go for next.
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So is the olive wood quite easy to get in Greece? My best friend is Greek, his Mom still has a place there. I wonder if I could get him to bring me some back next time he goes over. It is some of the nicest wood I have seen, so many great building woods are dark, like the Ziricote I posted up top, it is nice to see the figuring so easily in that Olive.
Olives are not big trees..... You cannot buy olive wood at the wood supliers. If your friend has land with olive trees maybe he will be able to bring you, BUT. Olives usually are roten inside and you cannot get enough wood from one tree, also has many cracks.
Once i cutted two olive trees and i didnt get enough wood even for one snare.
I have a friend who carries olive wood in USA for his girlfriends father!!!.
Olive is a very hard wood.
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Not seen this thread before. Hmmm... I don't appear to own many wood finish kits.

Sonor Signature kit in Makassar Ebony:


Yamaha Beech Customs in Lime Green:

Yamaha Oak Customs in York Honey Amber:

I'm now thinking on what to go for next.
Stunning kits all of them, especially the makassar ebony. But which have natural unstained finish? This thread is just for kits with unstained wood with minimal oiling or change to the natural finish
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Stunning kits all of them, especially the makassar ebony. But which have natural unstained finish? This thread is just for kits with unstained wood with minimal oiling or change to the natural finish
The Signature has an incredibly thin layer of clear laquer giving the drums a waxed look; no staining whatsoever.




The Yamaha's have laquer over stained finishes, so probably they shouldn't be included.

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