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Old 12-17-2011, 09:35 PM
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Default [DRUMSET TEST] TAMBURO OPERA Black Satin Oil Made In ITALY.

Hello drummers,

I just received a very very rare Drumset, I am fond of Tamburo for many years now.
I just bought a Black Satin Oil model with some custom shell sizes. This set was hand made by TULLIO GRANATELLO in 2006 @ San Omero Italy.

This a limited edition with Short Stacks (configuration on inquiry) because of the drumset size. I also got the snare with it equiped with a Super Sensitive Strainer that I really love !

Like you probably know, Tamburo Opera are made with Multilayer Stave Shells, 7 plies and 7.5mm. There are hand and the Epoxy reinforcement rings are patented by Tamburo from many years.

Set :

22*18 + 10*8 + 12*8 + 16*14 + 14*5.5 Snare
Black Satin Oil

- 7 Ply @7.5mm Multilayer Stave US Maple Shell
- Birch of Finland reinforcement rings
- Epoxy Bearing edges (Patented)
- Die Cast Hoops
- Die Cast Lugs
- Super Sensitive Strainer on Snare
- Tamburo Special Tom Rims


Heads

Snare : Jack DeJohnette batter, Tamburo reso
Toms : Remo Emperor Coated batter, Remo Diplomat Reso
Kick : Evans Emad 2 batter, Evans Remad Reso

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Old 12-20-2011, 03:40 PM
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Very nice looking kit. I had a look at the Tamburo video of shell making. Some smart thinking there. Not only does the process make a good shell, it also quite dramatically cuts down the labour time by virtually eliminating machining.
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Old 12-20-2011, 03:56 PM
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Default Re: [DRUMSET TEST] TAMBURO OPERA Black Satin Oil Made In ITALY.

Really nice looking kit (I love black kit)

Very stylish, a nice italian design on the bass drum claws, they won't be out of context on a Ferrari... :-)
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What's going on with that bass drum? It's like a tourne...
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Old 01-23-2012, 10:37 AM
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What's going on with that bass drum? It's like a tourne...
I did not understand.. you are probably talking about the stave design ? The shells are made in stave like the Brady drums.
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