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Old 04-04-2007, 10:05 AM
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i bought this kit second hand for £800 ($1600), when new it was bought for £4500 ($9000), at least thats what they told me. Anyway as you can see it is not a round shell it is made in an octagon/dodecahedron....whatever pattern, with pvc bearing edges.

anyways sizes are:
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Zildjian A 10" fast splash
Zildjian ZXT (uggh) 14" Hats, 16 " Crash, 20" ride(ride doesnt sound too bad)
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well this is my first time putting up my kit for you so, enjoy.

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Old 04-04-2007, 08:25 PM
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Wow, very exotic set! I assume it's stave construction since it's Tamburo. The finish is stunning and hardware looks exquisitely machined. Tamburo makes great custom drums - you should be very proud of owning such an exclusive set!

What are the specs on the snare and bass drum?

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Old 04-04-2007, 08:28 PM
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oh yea i am very vey proud. bass drum 22X16, snare drum 14X5.5 (im not sure on depth i think its that though.)

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Those are great looking. Can you describe the PVC bearing edges. Are they round or cut at 45 or 60 degrees. I guess they are made to last forever.
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Old 04-04-2007, 08:55 PM
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im sorry i dont know much about the bearing edges, they look through the skin as if they are 60 i think im not sure though, when i replace a head ill update.

they are really easy to tune tho and keep their tuning for ages.

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nice kit! How do the aquarian studio x's (thats right?) sound on the floor toms...Why are they only on the floor toms?
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Old 04-04-2007, 10:36 PM
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Forgive me for my ignorance, but what are the advantages of stave-shell drums as opposed to, i guess, whole-shell drums? how does tonality change/improve with staves, if it does at all? is it just for aesthetics?
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Old 04-04-2007, 10:54 PM
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Welcome to the Tamburo owners' club! Sadly mine's just a ply kit... very well made though.

Stave drums have less glue between the segments and as a result are supposed to improve the tone.
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nice kit! How do the aquarian studio x's (thats right?) sound on the floor toms...Why are they only on the floor toms?
they sound nice, warm, tonal and they cut off excess resonance.
only on floor toms because without them they boom for ages, alot of resonace which sounds good, just not the sound i was after.

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that finish is very cool...almost like a patina
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Forgive me for my ignorance, but what are the advantages of stave-shell drums as opposed to, i guess, whole-shell drums? how does tonality change/improve with staves, if it does at all? is it just for aesthetics?
Glue is sonically inert and reduces the density of the shell. Less glue means more of the actual wood sound comes out of the drum. That can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on what kind of sound you're into. Those who like solid shells and staves believe the construction method allows truer, richer, and more melodic sounding drum. Vertical grain bearing edges conduct vibration and resonance through the shell far better than any other shell configuration.

Drums made of one piece of wood, bored and lathed, have no glue at all. Next would be a steam-bent board, which has a little glue to join the board ends, then a stave drum with a little glue between the staves, then a segmented drum with more glue between the blocks, then a plywood drum, which has much more mystery glue between the plies.

Stave drums cannot be stamped out on an assembly line. They must be meticulously hand crafted by a skilled drum maker who has spent his/her life mastering this craft. They are quite expensive.
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Looks very exotic, and the lugs really caught my eye. Is it hard to find 15" floor tom heads, are you limited in what you can get? Or have i just not really heard of them and they're normal? anyway, nice drums.
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Old 04-05-2007, 10:36 AM
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nah 15" heads are out there, not many shops stock them near me but theyre fairly accesible via internet and/or short drive.

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they look awesome buddy, take care!
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Awesome man.

looks like you got one hell of a deal.
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Old 04-09-2007, 07:38 PM
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A tamburo stave snare showed up in a pawn shop nearby recently, they asked 200$ for it. The bearing edge was a PVC ring with a round edge, like on your drums i guess.
Infortunatly that particular snare sounded awful, i think it had been abused or dropped. I would love to hear tour kit, enjoy it anyways!
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cheers for all comments guys.

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There's been a lot of discussion lately about stave drums and I wanted to bump this Tamburo thread. Check out how the shell is apparently unlathed. Instead of being a circle, the shape of each drum is a many-sided polygon, which each stave forminga side of the polygon.
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Old 09-21-2007, 05:32 AM
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yo, performance II's are great heads but WHAT ON EARTH ARE THEY DOING ON A STAVE KIT!!!!!!!!??????????, ya have a stave kit because they reeeeeeeeeeeessoooooooonattttteeeeeeeeeeee.
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Quite a unique kit; I've never seen one quite like it.

You should be quite proud of it, I know I would be!
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wow very nice kit ! I don't know anything about tamburo drums but they looks soooo cool...
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I've never seen a bass drum hoop like that. Doesnt look like wood...
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I've never seen a bass drum hoop like that. Doesnt look like wood...
And no claws. Holders for the tuning bolts are integral to the hoop. Trippy.
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Hi Chris,

Believe it or not I have a kit with the same finish as yours! What a pleasant surprise to find one the same as mine on the net. I dont have as many toms as yours, just the 10, 12 & 14 and my kick has a wood hoop with chrome claws, the 10 & 12 toms have ISS mounts too, apart from that they appear identical.

I've managed to get hold of a catalogue showing the Tamburo Opera series and the finish is called "Mineral laque - Green", there is an equivalent blue too. As far as I can gather you have what looks like the "Rock" kit, and mine is the "Plus".

I hope you enjoy playing it as I have mine, I hate to admit it but they leave my Premier kit behind as far as the sound goes. I've had it for a couple of years now and love it, if you ever think of getting rid of yours I would love to have a chance of adding it to mine. - :o))

Take care Chris, regards from a fellow Chris - :o))
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Believe it or not I have a kit with the same finish as yours! What a pleasant surprise to find one the same as mine on the net. I dont have as many toms as yours, just the 10, 12 & 14 and my kick has a wood hoop with chrome claws, the 10 & 12 toms have ISS mounts too, apart from that they appear identical.

I've managed to get hold of a catalogue showing the Tamburo Opera series and the finish is called "Mineral laque - Green", there is an equivalent blue too. As far as I can gather you have what looks like the "Rock" kit, and mine is the "Plus".

I hope you enjoy playing it as I have mine, I hate to admit it but they leave my Premier kit behind as far as the sound goes. I've had it for a couple of years now and love it, if you ever think of getting rid of yours I would love to have a chance of adding it to mine. - :o))

Take care Chris, regards from a fellow Chris - :o))
Dude, abosultey awesome to hear from you!

I'm actually quite glad of your little differences in the kit, makes both of ours unique in their own small way!

Thanks for the information, I couldn't see any info on our kits on Tamburo's website, and if that catalogue is in electrical format, i.e. pdf, I would love a copy if that wasn't too much of an imposition. The finish actually made me fall in love with the kit, and the sound made my guts fall out, seriously the loudest souns i have heard, and the best. Such tone to the drums. I hope you too are equally enamored with it as I am. I would love to see the blue kit, in fact any other colour i would love to see.

As far as playing it goes, seriously the best kit i have played or heard. Better than my Yamaha Birch Customs by a long shot, and better than the Pearl Masterworks i got to play. These are in my opinion leaps and bounds over any other kit i've heard, even DW.

I've had these for just over 3 years now, and they still make me smile evey time i play them. Unfortunatly no plans to sell them, I wouldn't even know how to price them fairly, being so close to my heart. This is currently my recording, and tour kit, except for the addition of cymbals and replacement of the crap ones.

Great to hear from you dude! Keep rocking the Tamburo's!

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Hey there bonzo can i come round and have a go sometime? Lolz oj but seriously i live just around the corner from u mate. The kit looks amazing, although i think you're being a bit optimistic with the $ conversions lol. Where did u get it from, anywhere i would know?

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They're like the TAMA GRP hoops you see on the old performers and rockstars and the new imperialstars. Probably nicer though lol.
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Hey there bonzo can i come round and have a go sometime? Lolz oj but seriously i live just around the corner from u mate. The kit looks amazing, although i think you're being a bit optimistic with the $ conversions lol. Where did u get it from, anywhere i would know?



They're like the TAMA GRP hoops you see on the old performers and rockstars and the new imperialstars. Probably nicer though lol.
Well the price conversions were correct at time of posting, maybe i should update due to the credit crunch! These came to me 3rd hand, but in great condition, and were bought back in the day 90s.

I got it from Repercussion on Beverly Road, Hull. Do you know it?

And you can have a go...just will cost ya!
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Well the price conversions were correct at time of posting, maybe i should update due to the credit crunch! These came to me 3rd hand, but in great condition, and were bought back in the day 90s.

I got it from Repercussion on Beverly Road, Hull. Do you know it?

And you can have a go...just will cost ya!
do i ever? Yeah i used to have lessons there and everything! Some really great used deals in there i must say.

Ahh well if i have to pay then maybe not :p still nice though.
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do i ever? Yeah i used to have lessons there and everything! Some really great used deals in there i must say.

Ahh well if i have to pay then maybe not :p still nice though.

Ah, cool man, yeah Simon and Joe there are great guys, if you ever need a kit talk to them, they are very helpful.

Nah just kidding about paying dude. You in a band or anything at the mo?
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Ah, cool man, yeah Simon and Joe there are great guys, if you ever need a kit talk to them, they are very helpful.

Nah just kidding about paying dude. You in a band or anything at the mo?
Yeah i think they're great, i saw they were selling a couple of TRX cymbals on ebay too. Might ask them about some next time i go in there. In fact speaking of kits, i DID buy a used kit off them actually!!!



You might have seen it rotting in the shop for several months before i took it off their hands lol it was £450. Pretty good i thought.

Yes i am in a band, it's not really amazing or anything but it's alrite ;)

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Hello again Chris,

Looks like we are unique with our kits after all then! :o) I will try to attach a pic that shows the minor differences in with this post but to be honest I haven't done it before, hope it works.

I couldn't agree more with you as far as the sound goes, they are full on brilliant and yes I too am impressed every time I sit behind the kit, I'm told they sound good out front too.

The catalogue I have is a hard copy, if you'd like I can scan it and send it to you via e-mail. I was lucky to get hold of it I think, came up on e-bay and I jumped on it. I have sent an e-mail but no reply as yet, give us an answer to confirm addresses and I'll get the scans to you.

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These drums would look great with the saluda earthorks cymbals.This picture is of one of the less paina'd one but they are custom so could almost get it close enough to match your drum kit.
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Dude, abosultey awesome to hear from you!

I'm actually quite glad of your little differences in the kit, makes both of ours unique in their own small way!

Thanks for the information, I couldn't see any info on our kits on Tamburo's website, and if that catalogue is in electrical format, i.e. pdf, I would love a copy if that wasn't too much of an imposition. The finish actually made me fall in love with the kit, and the sound made my guts fall out, seriously the loudest souns i have heard, and the best. Such tone to the drums. I hope you too are equally enamored with it as I am. I would love to see the blue kit, in fact any other colour i would love to see.

As far as playing it goes, seriously the best kit i have played or heard. Better than my Yamaha Birch Customs by a long shot, and better than the Pearl Masterworks i got to play. These are in my opinion leaps and bounds over any other kit i've heard, even DW.

I've had these for just over 3 years now, and they still make me smile evey time i play them. Unfortunatly no plans to sell them, I wouldn't even know how to price them fairly, being so close to my heart. This is currently my recording, and tour kit, except for the addition of cymbals and replacement of the crap ones.

Great to hear from you dude! Keep rocking the Tamburo's!

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Hi Bonzo_88!

I was surfing the net searching for nice Tamburo sets and I came across this one, which is a kind of "extended version" of yours: I thought you could be interested.

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Hi Bonzo_88!

I was surfing the net searching for nice Tamburo sets and I came across this one, which is a kind of "extended version" of yours: I thought you could be interested.

http://www.ancientplace.it/antoniomelis.html

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Wow cheers dude, great to see them in a big kit like that!
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These drums would look great with the saluda earthorks cymbals.This picture is of one of the less paina'd one but they are custom so could almost get it close enough to match your drum kit.
Wow they do look nice, and if my band get signed and i can somhow get an endorsment from Saluda i will get all my cymbals in that style, only with the green rust thing like my kit!

Thanks for informing me of them.
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Yeah i think they're great, i saw they were selling a couple of TRX cymbals on ebay too. Might ask them about some next time i go in there. In fact speaking of kits, i DID buy a used kit off them actually!!!



You might have seen it rotting in the shop for several months before i took it off their hands lol it was £450. Pretty good i thought.

Yes i am in a band, it's not really amazing or anything but it's alrite ;)

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Ah cool man, what is that? A gretsch?

Just listened to you myspace song, bit short i would be interested in hearing more, sounds good!
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Ah cool man, what is that? A gretsch?

Just listened to you myspace song, bit short i would be interested in hearing more, sounds good!
It's actually a TAMA starclassic performer. It's the old style with the big starclassic logo rather than the big TAMA logo like today's
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It's actually a TAMA starclassic performer. It's the old style with the big starclassic logo rather than the big TAMA logo like today's
Ah right cool, what are the sizes on that thing?
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