yeah in Australia, and i want to know the price for 7 pc not 5 pc, did they ever sale the advantages in 7 pc before? and did it come with all the hardware/cymbals/pedals?Don't know but if you want ppl to help you could suggest a country, currency, when it actually came out etc
In Australia a 5pce was around 1800 from memory.
i don't think yours is the advantage series was it?They always came with a hardware pack, and I know the more recent ones were sold with paiste pst3's but I can't tell you much more.
I paid $380 (2nd hand) for a 2009 5 piece in good nick if that's any help. Complete with cymbals, hardware, even a stool.
According to this early 2000's catalog, Yamaha only grouped Stage Customs and Stage Custom Advantages in 5-piece kits: http://www.yamaha.com/yamahavgn/Documents/Drums/DrumMiniCatalog.pdfHas yamaha stage custom advantage ever been sold in 7 piece?
If you're enquiring about the red kit you've purchased, it will have been a 5pc with two toms added on. If you have 8/10/12/13/16 toms it will originally have been 12/13/16 and the 8 and 10 were add ons. If you have 8/10/12/14/16 it will originally have been 10/12/14 with the 8 and 16 added on. Your kit is also not an Advantage, it's a 1st generation which only ever came as "Stage Custom".did they ever sale the advantages in 7 pc before? and did it come with all the hardware/cymbals/pedals?
Yup and if it's already paid for and the deal is done nothing you can do about it anyway. Time to just play and let it go.I guess this thread is related to your other thread about the kit you bought for, what was it 1150 dollars Australian?Young man,you're obcessing over nothing.You just aquired this kit recently.Just set them up properly, as a 4 or 7 piece kit(yet another thread),and play them.......,and stop fretting about their value.If you like them,and they sound good to you,then they're worth what you paid.PLAY YOUR DRUMS.
hmm suffice to say $1 was worth $1 back then and will be worth $1 in 18 years timehow much would 1 dollar worth 18 years ago?