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Old 02-14-2015, 09:42 AM
daniboun daniboun is offline
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Default NEW PICS of my Tamburo Opera and Richter Elm Snare

Hi guys,

I already share on a previous thread a test of my Italian Tamburo Opera Zebrawood. Here some new pictures of My drumset with my German Richter Elm Snare.

The drumset is handmade in Italy (Sant Omero) and the snare in Germany (Berlin).

This is, for my ears, a fantastic set and sounds so great ! I play Pop Rock standard music and this is a very versatile kit.

Here the spec again :

Tamburo Opera 20x16 / 10x8 / 12x8 / 14x14

Multilayer Stave : US Maple / Zebrawood with birch reinforcement rings
Epoxy rounded bearing edges (patented)
Die cast hoops
High gloss finish, hand applied

Snare, Richter German Elm 14x6

Selected Elm wood
Birch reinforcement rings
Sonor Dual glide Strainer
die cast hoops

Zultan CS B25 handmade in Turquey cymbals

All Soho double braced hardware
Phatom Direct drive pedal
LP Click Hihats
LP Red block













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Old 02-14-2015, 10:47 AM
davidbehrens3.14 davidbehrens3.14 is offline
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Default Re: NEW PICS of my Tamburo Opera and Richter Elm Snare

Those look seriously beautiful. What are the specs on those bearing edges? They look sharp.
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Old 02-14-2015, 10:55 AM
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Those look seriously beautiful. What are the specs on those bearing edges? They look sharp.
This is a patented Epoxy bearing edges. The Birch reinforcement rings is wrapped by this Epoxy layer. Its gives to the shell a perfect rounded edge.

You can see the process in the factory tour, watch @ 7mm and 20s :
You'll understand :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLqv905NQsM
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Old 02-14-2015, 06:15 PM
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Default Re: NEW PICS of my Tamburo Opera and Richter Elm Snare

Absolutely beautiful drums and hardware.
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Old 02-14-2015, 07:19 PM
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Absolutely beautiful drums and hardware.
Thanks, forza Italia :)
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