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Old 02-20-2009, 10:22 AM
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Hi folks,
just a quick question: I'm thinking about buying new tom holders. I own Yamaha's Power V set, so if I buy new tom holders, say from Thomann, will they fit?
Was thinking about buying this one:



So, do you think it will fit with the hole in the bassdrum?

Any thoughts?

PS! Might be a bit confusing..:(

Any help will be appreciated :)
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Old 02-20-2009, 10:42 AM
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Power V kits were built in England, under license, is the story I have. The picture you show is a standard Yamaha double-tom unit. The pipe that fits into the bass drum should be 7/8". Measure the hole in your kick. If it's 7/8", you're good to go.
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Old 02-20-2009, 02:29 PM
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The tom/addon mount on the bassdrum has been the same for over 30 years. So it will fit ;)

But be noticed, the Power V didn't came without a Yess mount (the Yess mount was first introduced on the 20th anniversary sets in 1987) so you need long rods on the ball, the ones you wan't to buy, are the short ones. Offcours these will fit to, but you won't have any space left for placing the toms right. So look for the TH940A:

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Old 02-20-2009, 02:35 PM
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Default Re: Question about Yamaha's hardware

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The tom/addon mount on the bassdrum has been the same for over 30 years. So it will fit ;)

But be noticed, the Power V didn't came without a Yess mount (the Yess mount was first introduced on the 20th anniversary sets in 1987) so you need long rods on the ball, the ones you wan't to buy, are the short ones. Offcours these will fit to, but you won't have any space left for placing the toms right. So look for the TH940A:


Yep you beat me to it. I have a pre yess mount 14" tom hanging off a cymbal stand on a yess ball mount like above and for that it works great but over the bass you'll probably want the longer arms shown above for better placement ;-) And yes that mount should fit your bass.
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Old 02-20-2009, 03:33 PM
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hey! Thanks for the information. Exactly what I was hoping to hear:P
Thank you all


alright then:)
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