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Old 06-14-2012, 06:11 AM
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took a nice photo of my starclassic today before rehearsal!

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Old 06-20-2012, 08:41 AM
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My new Tama Superstar Hyperdrive

24'', 12'', 16'', 18'', 14''
Gold Sparkle Finish

Zildjian A 21'' Sweet Ride
Zildjian 18'' K Custom Fast Crash
Zildjian 20'' A Custom EFX Crash
Sabian 14'' AA Rock Hihat

Evans EC2/Resonant Glass on toms.
Evand Dry/Resonant Glass on snare.

Love these drums, got them really low tuned now and they just rumble! :) gonna try and crank them up too, let them sing a bit!
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Old 06-25-2012, 04:20 AM
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Played on a 1966 Luwig set for many many years since about 1980. Pretty much got my fill on vintage drums. Changed over to a TAMA Superstar Hyperdrive EFX a year ago and love it. Going to sell the old Ludwigs here soon and try and recoop some bucks.

The TAMA's are:
2x8's 10, 12 toms.
14, 16, 18 floor toms.
Bass is 20x22.
Just swapped out the stock birch snare for a 13x6.5 Metalworks snare
Iron Cobra double pedal
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Sabian, Ziljian, Wuhan cymbals
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Old 06-25-2012, 06:39 PM
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Played on a 1966 Luwig set for many many years since about 1980. Pretty much got my fill on vintage drums. Changed over to a TAMA Superstar Hyperdrive EFX a year ago and love it. Going to sell the old Ludwigs here soon and try and recoop some bucks.

The TAMA's are:
2x8's 10, 12 toms.
14, 16, 18 floor toms.
Bass is 20x22.
Just swapped out the stock birch snare for a 13x6.5 Metalworks snare
Iron Cobra double pedal
RoadPro hardware
Sabian, Ziljian, Wuhan cymbals
Alesis Performance Pad Pro
Behringer 300watt amp







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Gorgeous kit. Love the color.
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Old 07-23-2012, 03:01 AM
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which really surprised me positively!







What color Tama kit is this called???
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Old 07-25-2012, 01:34 AM
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Here's my 82 cherry wine birch supes
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Old 07-25-2012, 06:25 PM
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@OldRock - who knew power toms could look so classy? Love the drum set.
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Old 07-25-2012, 11:09 PM
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@OldRock - who knew power toms could look so classy? Love the drum set.
Thanks Larryz
Tama did make some classy drums in the 80s. I had a lot of fun rockin out on them back in the day. with a good set of mics they sounded like a freight train comin at ya. I dont play them anymore i play a much smaller set of pearl masters . in fact i am getting ready to sell these
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Old 08-10-2012, 12:37 AM
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My new Silverstar in Transparent Blue Burst.
I realize this looks kind of funny, with the 18" off to the side, and the toms split, but I don't have the extra stands I need yet, so it is a work in progress.

Anyone on this forum that knows me or read a lot of my posts knows that I'm a huge Yamaha fan. So why did I go with Tama? Well, after waiting for some time for a check I was to receive, it came, but, so much time had passed, that Yamaha discontinued the color I had been lusting after for so so long. I was left with a choice. Go with another color, or a similar color and a different brand. Well, thus far, I am completely satisfied with my purchase. What you see here is both the 6 piece AND the 4 piece kits, on my way to having the entire line. Not all of the sizes are yet available, so it will be several months before I have them all. I bought the ZHTs for now, to hold me over for a while. They'll be fine for a while. They sound great, and as long as I don't beat the living hell out of them, should last at least until I can get into the A and K lines. The stock heads obviously leave something to be desired, and again, when finances allow, they will be upgraded as well. Down the road when I have the rest, I will post more pictures of the full set up. At least now I can finally play.

Update. After a week of playing, I went over all heads again, and got them tuned up. The stock head are better than I gave them credit for. These things really sing now, like birch should. I am pretty surprised, and quite happy. Time will tell how much endurance they have, but they have been surprisingly easy to tune, and keep tuned. They only required a little touch up, and took no time to do. I think these kits are a real bargain for what you get. The pedals aren't the best, but are decent for sure, and the rest of the hardware is all Road Pro. Nice. For the money, I think this is the best deal out there. That's why I bought them. Well done Tama. Well done.
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Old 08-10-2012, 02:31 AM
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Heres my Tama Starclassic Performer. I removed the tom mount from the bass drum, as i find that I can place my rack tom much closer to the snare.

The sizes are 20x18, 10x8, 14x11, and the snare is a 14x4.
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Old 08-10-2012, 02:43 AM
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Ya know, is it just me, or do real pictures taken with real cameras and regular video cameras really show off the true beauty of these things? I've seen drum sets that look like hell on a manufacturer's website, but then you watch a Greenbrier demo video or see pictures on here, and they are absolutely gorgeous. Evan, your kit is a prime color they like to kill. That deep, kind of honey amber with all that depth. Seems like a lot of companies shoot themselves in the foot when all they'd have to do is take a damn picture with a regular cybershot type camera and there you have it. There's a store in California that stacks them out in the sun for their pictures. Some I thought were the most awful colors until I saw them on there.
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Old 08-10-2012, 02:55 AM
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I agree, a lot of the stock pictures I see just showcase the drums as average and don't make them "pop" in my opinion, but most of the kits on here look amazing. Many eBay and Craigslist pictures look great as well.
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Old 08-10-2012, 01:21 PM
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Heres my Tama Starclassic Performer. I removed the tom mount from the bass drum, as i find that I can place my rack tom much closer to the snare.

The sizes are 20x18, 10x8, 14x11, and the snare is a 14x4.
Lovely finish! I have the same one on my Starclassic Maples! And in addition to that they are equipped with brushed nickel hardware. I will post photos of my own Tamas after I receive new drum heads.
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Old 08-11-2012, 04:20 AM
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Lovely finish! I have the same one on my Starclassic Maples!
Thanks, and I'd love to see your kit! Another Amber Gold kit is always welcome with me.
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Old 08-20-2012, 03:14 PM
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Evan,

Get at SoCalMike if you are interested in a plate to cover the tom mount hole. He made one for my Starclassic and it's great.

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Old 08-21-2012, 12:57 AM
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Mark, I have considered it but my only concern is that a plate may stand out more than just leaving the holes open because of the brighter color of my kit.
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Old 08-21-2012, 03:19 AM
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Here are my TAMA Superstars from 1983. I has Precision Drum Co cut the 12 X 13 into a 9 X 13. I absolutely love these drums. They are probably the most modern kit I'll ever need.
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Old 08-21-2012, 05:04 AM
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Here are my TAMA Superstars from 1983. I has Precision Drum Co cut the 12 X 13 into a 9 X 13. I absolutely love these drums. They are probably the most modern kit I'll ever need.
Ooh, those are sweet! I just picked up some of those (same year and finish!) a few months back off ebay. Mine has a 14x24, 9x13, 10x14 (only ever use one rack, and it's been the 14 lately), and 16" + 18" floors.

I'll post a pick when I get a good one (practice room is small and dark ...)
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Old 08-21-2012, 12:33 PM
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Ooh, those are sweet! I just picked up some of those (same year and finish!) a few months back off ebay. Mine has a 14x24, 9x13, 10x14 (only ever use one rack, and it's been the 14 lately), and 16" + 18" floors.

I'll post a pick when I get a good one (practice room is small and dark ...)
Thanks, and yours sound awesome! I really wanted the shallow bass drum. I'm looking for a 10 and 12 tom so I can make a huge kit like I wanted when I was a kid. I've been doing the 1 rack tom thing since about 1997, and I'm ready to try something else.
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Old 08-24-2012, 11:01 AM
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Hey!

This is my TAMA Superstar Hyperdrive kit that I've been using for about 5-6 year now. The sizes are:
8", 10", 12", 14"ft, 16"ft, 22" kick and 14" snare.
Unfortunately I don't know the depths but it's standard Hyperdrive.

Cymbals are the following:
8" Zildjian K Splash
9" Zildjian FX Oriental Trash Splash
10" Zildjian A Custom Splash
13" Zildjian K Hihat
16" Zildjian A Custom EFX
16" Zildjian K Dark Crash Thin
17" Zildjian K Dark Crash
18" Zildjian K-Custom Hybrid Crash
18" Sabian HHX Chinese
20" Sabian HHX Chinese
22" Sabian HH Rock Ride

Hope you like it

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Old 08-25-2012, 04:02 AM
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I call her Christine. Tama Superstar in Dark Mocha fade.
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Old 09-01-2012, 05:21 PM
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I've always loved Tama and used to own a Mahogony Super Star kit. I went the e-drum route for a while and still love them for all the reasons you can imagine, but I missed having an a-kit. I've been accumulating pieces and finally picked up this kit.
Tama Star Classic Performer B/B in Smokey Indigo Burst
mated to: HHX Evolution cymbals, 1982 8" deep Super Star snare.






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Old 09-03-2012, 01:01 AM
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@ mike d, that is a crazy paint job! No way that kit goes unnoticed! It's brilliant without being too loud. Beautiful.
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Old 09-03-2012, 02:24 AM
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@ mike d, that is a crazy paint job! No way that kit goes unnoticed! It's brilliant without being too loud. Beautiful.
Thanks! I'm super happy with it, and I gotta give Tama credit for putting out such a tasty finish.
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Old 09-05-2012, 03:39 PM
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I've always loved Tama and used to own a Mahogony Super Star kit. I went the e-drum route for a while and still love them for all the reasons you can imagine, but I missed having an a-kit. I've been accumulating pieces and finally picked up this kit.
Tama Star Classic Performer B/B in Smokey Indigo Burst
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WHOA! What a stunner. I've never seen that finish. Absolutely gorgeous.
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Well, here it is and it's just about coming up on the third year that I've had it. It's a Tama Starclassic full Bubinga 7 piece kit. This particular set of drums were manufactured in Japan before Tama started moving most of their manufacturing to China. The finish of the drums is called "scorched copper burst" and it is a lacquer finish. All hardware in the pictures is made by Tama, except the stick holders, they're made by Promark.

All the Cymbals are Zildjian A Customs and I added two since I shot these pictures.

The drums are:

22" x 18" bass drum
8" x 7" rack tom
10" x 8" rack tom
12" x 9" rack tom
14" x 12" floor tom
16" x 14" floor tom
14" x 5 1/2" snare

The cymbals on the picture are:

16" A Custom Crash
14" A Custom Hi Hats
20" Medium ride
18" A Custom Fast crash
12" A Custom splash
19" A Custom crash
20" Ping ride
18" A Custom Reso prototype China
9" Zildjian ZilBel
17" A custom crash

not pictured is a 15" A Custom crash to the left of the Hi Hats and a 10" A custom splash above the 12" rack tom.













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BY FAR, my favorite drum set... I had to revive this pic one more time. Its so beautiful.
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Old 09-07-2012, 06:01 AM
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BY FAR, my favorite drum set... I had to revive this pic one more time. Its so beautiful.
That is one beautiful kit!
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Old 09-19-2012, 11:50 PM
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Here's a quick photo from my phone can't see much but oh well..
Tama 1988 Swingstar
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Old 09-20-2012, 10:54 PM
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I mean no direct disrespect as I even have one of the kits, but I think that "hyperdrive" is the dumbest sounding name for short toms I have ever heard. I cringe every time I read it.
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Old 09-25-2012, 04:05 PM
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Thanks, and I'd love to see your kit! Another Amber Gold kit is always welcome with me.
Haha sorry but I sold my Starclassics about two weeks ago because I wasn't happy with the sizes. New drum set is on it's way here but they aren't Tamas this time.

But I still managed to take few pictures of them. Enjoy!
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Old 09-26-2012, 07:54 AM
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thats a shame! you had a really awesome older starclassic... i would have loved to take that off your hands!
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Old 09-26-2012, 10:02 AM
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thats a shame! you had a really awesome older starclassic... i would have loved to take that off your hands!
Yeah, there were many people who said that too! ;) They were awesome sounding drums I must say. I just didn't like die-cast hoops on toms and floortom because they tend to muffle them. And in addition I'm more fond of birch shells than maple shells. They just do the trick for me.
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Here is my current set up:
14 Dyno Beats
10 A splash
17 K custom
12 Z splash
19 Z custom
21 Z mega bell ride
18 Z china
17 A crash

10 12 14 16 22 Tama Rock star
Sonor 14 x 4 Lite piccolo
Tama Power Glide double
Tama and Pearl double braced hardware
Vater 3a Fatback sticks

I will post some video of one of my current projects - black metal band NecroNautical.
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Hey guys!

My set up at the moment is:

Tama Superstar Hyperdrive Sugar White
22" x 18" Bass Drum
10" x 6.5" Rack Tom
12" x 7" Rack Tom
14" x 12" Floor Tom
16" x 14" Floor Tom
14" x 5.5" Mapex Black Panther Series 'Black Widow' Snare

Sabian HHX Groove Hats 14"
Sabian AAXplosion Crash 18" & 19"
Sabian AAX Stage Ride 20"
Meinl Byzance Crash 20"
Wuhan Splash 10"

Tama Road Pro Cymbal & Tom Stands
Pearl H900W Hi Hat Stand
Mapex T765A Deluxe Cloth Top Motorcycle Throne

Tama Iron Cobra Single / Tama Speed Cobra Double Pedals
(depending on what sort of gig I'm playing)

Remo Coated Controlled Sound X on the snare batter
Remo Clear Pinstripes on all the tom batters
Remo Powerstroke Pro on bass drum batter
Remo Ambassador Clear on all Reso

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What up everybody? Hope youre all having a cool week so far...


FINALLY got my Tama Superstar Hyperdrive. The color I wanted wasnt available in New Zealand at the time, and I ordered a few toms as individuals to make a 7pce kit, so I had to wait for the container to arrive, which took over 3 months. Worth the wait though.... Hyperdrive in Copper Mist Burst... built it on Saturday, and very happy with the kit. Need to upgrade the factory tom top heads, but other than that, very cool kit.





Heres a few pix on my FB page...

My Long Awaited Tama Superstar Hyperdrive

and a link to a short jam I did the other day - a bit rusty and unlikely to impress anyone with my playing, but it gives you an idea of the room sound of the kit (a cramped spare room - hardly acoustic heaven)...

Tama Superstar Hyperdrive Sound - "Straight out of the box"


And..... a walk through of my kit, sizes, cymbals etc..... if youre interested...

My New Tama Superstar Hyperdrive - Tour
Have a good day!

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Tama Starclassics
Sabian HHX cymbals
Stewart Copeland sig snare
Iron Cobra peddles
Remo Roto Toms
Vintage Sabian poster...Priceless!!
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Old 12-15-2012, 06:36 AM
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My "Welcome Back to Drumming" set after a long layoff. I lived in an apartment as a young adult, now I just bought my first house at age 35 and rekindled my passion in music.

Tama Silverstar Lacquer Transparent Blue Burst. 22x18, 10x8, 12x9, 14x12, 16x14

I still have the stock heads on, but will eventually replace with Remo Clear Pinstripe Batters on toms and Remo Powerstroke 3 on bass drum batter.

Pork Pie Acrylic Snare 14x6 (just got it yesterday and swapped that in for the stock snare temporarily.)

All Zildjian A Cymbals (14" New Beat Hi Hats, 16" Med-Thin Crash, 12" Splash, 18" Med Crash, 16" Med Crash, 22" Ping Ride, 20" China Low)

Wuhan 18" China on my left, but the damn thing won't fit into my cymbal case because of the funky, knobby bell. So it sits at home for gigs although I like it's quick decay over the Zildjian China.

Sound Percussion Boom Stands: I used to have all Tama hardware on my old set, Roadpro, Stagemaster, Stilt but they sat in my friend's basement for years and rusted. So I went low-budget on stands but am happy thus far.

Tama Roadpro Snare Stand

DW 5000 Pedal, DW 5000 Hi-Hat Stand

Assorted LP Percussion: Rock Ride Rider Cowbell, Jam Block, Tambourine, Agogo Bells.....










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Great looking kit, AxisDrummer.
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