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Old 03-02-2012, 07:16 AM
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***First thing I'd like to do next is get a second bass drum; Then, either add a 16x18 Floor Tom to the right (and slide the 12x14 floor to the left), OR add a picolo to the left. Any suggestions?
New reso heads...I need to do the same. :D
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Old 03-02-2012, 02:12 PM
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Added another snare to my kit, mind you the snare drum is custom made.

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Old 03-24-2012, 03:51 AM
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If any of you dudes are looking for plates for your kits hit up SoCalMike. He just did one for me. It turned out fantastic.

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Without (as I played it for almost a year):


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Old 03-24-2012, 05:20 PM
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[quote=marko138;978825]If any of you dudes are looking for plates for your kits hit up SoCalMike. He just did one for me. It turned out fantastic.

And with the new plate:




Thant looks great! I can't find a cover plate for my Mapex Meridian anywhere. I am going to ask SoCalMike to see if he could help me out with one.
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Beautiful kits guys! Here are a few of my Tama kits,,,

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Old 03-26-2012, 04:39 PM
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If any of you dudes are looking for plates for your kits hit up SoCalMike. He just did one for me. It turned out fantastic.

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Thant looks great! I can't find a cover plate for my Mapex Meridian anywhere. I am going to ask SoCalMike to see if he could help me out with one.
Mike's work is great! He'll do awesome work for you too!
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Old 03-26-2012, 04:49 PM
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Thant looks great! I can't find a cover plate for my Mapex Meridian anywhere. I am going to ask SoCalMike to see if he could help me out with one.
Let me know how it looks if you do get one - It's something I'll be looking to do when I get my Meridian in Cobalt Blue!
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Mike's work is great! He'll do awesome work for you too!
He is helping me out and I can't wait to get my plate back! Am very greatful for his help.
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Let me know how it looks if you do get one - It's something I'll be looking to do when I get my Meridian in Cobalt Blue!
No worries. I will post pics when I get mine in.

So how far out are you from getting your kit?
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Mike's work is great! He'll do awesome work for you too!
Marko, have you thought about taking your plate to a trophy shop or something to get it engraved? I'm thinking about doing that when I get mine.
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Marko, have you thought about taking your plate to a trophy shop or something to get it engraved? I'm thinking about doing that when I get mine.
Yeah, I've thought about it. Not sure what my next move is.
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Old 03-26-2012, 10:21 PM
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Marko, have you thought about taking your plate to a trophy shop or something to get it engraved? I'm thinking about doing that when I get mine.
You Guys would have better luck finding a decal for those plates
I don't think they are thick enough to get them engraved but who knows never looked into that.........
The silver Yamaha plate has a nice stamp / paint don't know the correct name for it......
and the black, red and blue had another way that removed the Anodized finish to give you the text





My Bad I forgot this was the Tama thread.......
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Old 03-26-2012, 10:28 PM
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You Guys would have better luck finding a decal for those plates
I don't think they are thick enough to get them engraved but who knows never looked into that.........
The silver Yamaha plate has a nice stamp / paint don't know the correct name for it......
and the black, red and blue had another way that removed the Anodized finish to give you the text





My Bad I forgot this was the Tama thread.......
LOL! Those look great, Mike. I'm not too worried about mine being blank. Looks much better than the hole that was there for sure. I might try to find a dark grey Tama logo to keep it subtle or just keep it plain black. Either way it looks awesome.
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Old 03-30-2012, 06:58 AM
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LOL! Those look great, Mike. I'm not too worried about mine being blank. Looks much better than the hole that was there for sure. I might try to find a dark grey Tama logo to keep it subtle or just keep it plain black. Either way it looks awesome.
Thanks Mark...........
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Here are some pics of my Tama kit being raped by the guitarist in my band. Not literally of course.



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Sorry. I forget that every time I get a new one of these I have to post it here.....

Pretty flash, eh? A new 2011 Tama Starclassic Performer Limited Edition birch/bubinga kit in lacquered black oyster. 16x22 bass, 7x10, 8x12 rack toms, 14x16 floor tom, and my coveted 5x14 Stewart Copeland signature snare. I am lovin' these drums. Note the CHROME front reso head. I remember these were stock items back in the 80s when I got my first ever Tama, a cherry wood Superstar kit in 1984, and when the 80s went out, so did these. But the stock head that came with these Tamas was a yellow-ish fiberskyn, and that color just does not go with the black oyster and greys. I had to fix that!
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Sorry. I forget that every time I get a new one of these I have to post it here.....

Pretty flash, eh? A new 2011 Tama Starclassic Performer Limited Edition birch/bubinga kit in lacquered black oyster. 16x22 bass, 7x10, 8x12 rack toms, 14x16 floor tom, and my coveted 5x14 Stewart Copeland signature snare. I am lovin' these drums. Note the CHROME front reso head. I remember these were stock items back in the 80s when I got my first ever Tama, a cherry wood Superstar kit in 1984, and when the 80s went out, so did these. But the stock head that came with these Tamas was a yellow-ish fiberskyn, and that color just does not go with the black oyster and greys. I had to fix that!
oh my....YES !!!!!!!!!!

where did you find that chrome head ? i must have one.

sets your kit off PERFECTLY !!!
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oh my....YES !!!!!!!!!!

where did you find that chrome head ? i must have one.

sets your kit off PERFECTLY !!!
I walked into a Guitar Center looking for a smooth white 22 Remo Powerstroke 3 (that they actually had - it was to be my original front reso head for the bass drum), and they had the chrome head on the wall. It's a Remo Starfire head. Remo still makes them, but they're rare and not everybody has them. I told them I'll buy the one on the wall, but they didn't want to lose their display head so he went rummaging around in the warehouse and they had ONE left. $40 and I was out the door. I took the smooth white PS3 too. Got 'em home, and used Cutex nail polish remover (with acetone) to take off the Remo logo, and then applied my own Tama decals I bought off a seller on eBay (he sold me five a long time ago). And voila! Instant new front resos!

I'm itching to put a mic inside the drum, so I may cut a hole in the white PS3 and use that when I want to record. What I should've done was get TWO of the chrome heads and cut a hole in one of them.....
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came with these Tamas was a yellow-ish fiberskyn,
i really liked that reso on that finish.. or at least on the one in my local shop... they're all different, the one in my local shop has more white coming through than black. very nice on the chrome though :)
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I am also rocking a Starclassic with a Copeland snare ;) perfect combo!!
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I am also rocking a Starclassic with a Copeland snare ;) perfect combo!!
Isn't it? I ordered a matching black oyster snare for this kit that has been back ordered through June. I'm wondering if I actually need it.....

So I guess the dilemma is if I'm getting it to have a complete black oyster kit to be fashionable or if I really need it as a tool. It can't be that ;)
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My Tama Rockstars.
10, 12, 14, 22 & 14x5.5
Paiste 802's in 14, 2x16, 18, 20 & Wuhan 18 china.
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That kit looks familiar! I follow you on Tumblr. =]
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Imperial Stars, made in Japan in 70's (I think)
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i really liked that reso on that finish.. or at least on the one in my local shop... they're all different, the one in my local shop has more white coming through than black. very nice on the chrome though :)
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I walked into a Guitar Center looking for a smooth white 22 Remo Powerstroke 3 (that they actually had - it was to be my original front reso head for the bass drum), and they had the chrome head on the wall. It's a Remo Starfire head. Remo still makes them, but they're rare and not everybody has them. I told them I'll buy the one on the wall, but they didn't want to lose their display head so he went rummaging around in the warehouse and they had ONE left. $40 and I was out the door. I took the smooth white PS3 too. Got 'em home, and used Cutex nail polish remover (with acetone) to take off the Remo logo, and then applied my own Tama decals I bought off a seller on eBay (he sold me five a long time ago). And voila! Instant new front resos!

I'm itching to put a mic inside the drum, so I may cut a hole in the white PS3 and use that when I want to record. What I should've done was get TWO of the chrome heads and cut a hole in one of them.....
hmmm. did the Remo come off cleanly ? it looks great in the photo, i thought it was stock. is the Tama logo clear backed ?

i too dislike the yellow/brown look of Fiberskyns. i saw some grey/black on white (or light grey) that appear to be Fiberskyns, but i haven't been able to verify that they are. can't remember where i saw them now, either. i think they would look good on my Piano Black Imps.

i see that Vintage Logo http://www.vintagelogos.com/ can make up any head of choice. i think i'll get a Partridge Family made up. although that KC and the Sunshine Band is looking rather sweet.

thanks for the info, Bo.
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Old 04-01-2012, 01:26 AM
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No worries. I will post pics when I get mine in.

So how far out are you from getting your kit?
With the current bookings the band(s) have then by the end of the year. More realistically though I can get capital on the old kit spares and can expect cash around my birthday this September - so probably another 6 months... Unless my wife lets me pay it off if I buy it earlier!
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Here some pictures of some of the Tama's kits I had over the years, there's a couple kits missing, but I don't have any pics of them :)

Tama Imperialstar circa 1980

Tama Artstar Cordia circa 1984 or 1985

and the current kit bought in 1989, an Artstar II
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Those are some great looking kits there, Henri. I would buy some Artstars if I came across a good deal. I saw a set of Artstars a couple months ago with a cool Pink Panther theme. They were Pink, but I could get away with it because I look very intimidating. (ha! not really)
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My Tama !

which really surprised me positively!







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Tama Starclassic Performer B/B - LAVA GLASS GLITTER
18x22 bass, 8x10 and 9x12 rack toms, 12x14 and 14x16 floor toms, 6.5x14 Tama Metalworks Snare

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6" Cup Chime, 8" Cup Chime, 10" Splash, 12" Splash, 18" Thin China, 18" Novo China

***First thing I'd like to do next is get a second bass drum; Then, either add a 16x18 Floor Tom to the right (and slide the 12x14 floor to the left), OR add a picolo to the left. Any suggestions?





nice looking kit! i was wondering how much your rack cost? i recent bought a Tama Superstar Hyperdrive 6piece and im debating wheather to buy a rack or not
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hmmm. did the Remo come off cleanly ? it looks great in the photo, i thought it was stock. is the Tama logo clear backed ?

i too dislike the yellow/brown look of Fiberskyns. i saw some grey/black on white (or light grey) that appear to be Fiberskyns, but i haven't been able to verify that they are. can't remember where i saw them now, either. i think they would look good on my Piano Black Imps.

i see that Vintage Logo http://www.vintagelogos.com/ can make up any head of choice. i think i'll get a Partridge Family made up. although that KC and the Sunshine Band is looking rather sweet.

thanks for the info, Bo.
Sorry - late on this reply. Yes, the Remo crown logo comes off cleanly on their non-coated heads (so don't try it on a coated head, it'll just smear). But, you have to use the Cutex nail polish remover that has acetone in it (or maybe pure acetone if you have that and don't want to fess up about owning nail polish remover). And the Tama logo stickers I got were from a seller who made very good ones. They go on backwards, and when you take off the backing, it just leaves the black part. Very nice job on the logos.
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here my Tama Superstar Hyperdrive 6piece i bought recently :) i just love this kit!
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Okay, here are some older pictures.
I have not added any new or used gear in awhile because
either it`s LONG DISCONTINUED, OR it does NOT exist!
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Here`s some pictures of my kit, and again I haven`t added onto it in a long time,
because, what I want either does NOT exist anymore, was a 1 of item, or
is NOW selling for 5 times the original retail price online.
Okay, here`s some pictures.







And here is the E kit I want to have in the back like Neil Peart

And here is the CYMBAL set-up that I want

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Sorry, I forgot to show the Percussion stuff.

I NEED those 2 Percussion racks, and
THE SUPER LONG WINDCHIMES above the concert toms.
THEN, my kit WOULD be COOL!
Although, it`s half way there, those super long windchimes and 2 percussion
racks do NOT exist! I WISH a Drum maker or Company would get smart
and make them! And the Electronic drums are just WAY TOO expensive
to play 2-3 songs on them. and with the NEW Roland TD-30 module, and the
Hart drums and cymbals, $7,000+ I just can`t justify it.
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Hi everyone,

Wow, lots of nice kits already posted. I didn't see any examples of the older Tama super sunburst finish, 2 nice kits were newer sunbursts. So I thought I would share mine. Here is my full Tama kit, super sunburst finish. Drum finishes are all original. I don't have the snare that came with the kit, I switched to a Ludwig snare. A fun, great sounding kit to play. I use the same Tama hardware & stuff with my Ludwig kit.

14 x 6.5 Ludwig Supraphonic 402 snare
(2) 22 x 14 Bass drums
12 x 8 tom
13 x 9 tom
14 x 10tom
15 x 12 tom
16 x 16 fl tom
18 x 16 fl tom
6", 8", 10", 12" concert toms
26" Ludwig fiberglass tympani
29" Ludwig fiberglass tympani
26" Paiste gong
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2 King Beat Tama pedals

1979 Tama Superstar Super Sunburst kit with some additions
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Old 05-29-2012, 04:07 AM
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i too dislike the yellow/brown look of Fiberskyns. i saw some grey/black on white (or light grey) that appear to be Fiberskyns, but i haven't been able to verify that they are. can't remember where i saw them now, either. i think they would look good on my Piano Black Imps.
Both my Fiberskyn (FA) are light grey...
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Hi All,

My beauty. Superstar Custom HD, finish is MNS.
I just received an additional 148" Tom-tom from Thomann.




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Steven K. Wow, how often do you take these out to play live, or do you ever. You need Neil's drum tech to condense the set up into one day.
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I got another Tama kit and forgot to post it here. Here it is a bit more condensed. When I got it it was 11x12, 12x13, 16x16 toms and a 16x22 bass drum. I just added a new 6.5x13 Tama Artwood maple snare (love it), and sold off the 12x13 tom. I removed the tom mount off the 12" and plugged with holes with through bolts, and put it in a snare stand. Now that I gig with just one cymbal (my 20" K Custom Dark Ride), I mount it on the bass drum tom mount to eliminate a cymbal stand.

New heads round out the kit - coated Evans G2's on top, and clear G1's on bottom, the bass drum gets a clear EQ4, and these thick birch shells absolutely sing. If you look closely, the white marks you see on the bass drum are where the finished was nicked hard enough to go down to the bare wood. I had to re-glue one of the bass drum hoops where a ply split and cracked, but it's holding pretty good now. I also eliminated the original T-rods for drum key-operated rods on the bass drum. The finish looks better in person, it is very 80s, it's called Lipstick Red. Enjoy!
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