Show off your TAMA !

mind_drummer

Platinum Member
Going in the same path of every "Show off" thread, this one is exclusively for TAMA owner.

I'll begin with mine.










Now yours...
 

Mr. Pasquini

Gold Member
2005 Tama Stagestar purchased new December, 2006
Mckenzie snare (the green one is my old Mapex M Birch)

10x8
12x9
14x12
18x14
14x6




 

Drummer Karl

KARL MEMBER
Still have my Tama... :)

Tama Superstar Custom, 22" Bass drum, 10", 12", 14" toms, 14x5.5" snare drum.
It`s currently set-up as a four piece (10", 14" toms)...





Karl
 

razorx

Platinum Member
I'll post pics in about two weeks. I currently have two rockstars and superstar is on the way. I can't wait.
 

metal overlord

Gold Member
Heres on of my kits ( I take on my Dads drum loving and collecting skills, unfortunatly).
It's a Superstar, with Mienl cymbals. It still sounds good, amazingly enough. I play it from time to time on gigs, same with this one Yamaha (it's kinda the same as this one, exept it's a Yamaha) set I got.
 

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NIMBY

Senior Member
Heres on of my kits ( I take on my Dads drum loving and collecting skills, unfortunatly).
i notice you have 2 holes in each bass drum, im thinking about doing the same because i reckon it looks rad.

how dramatically does it change the sound? like, is it alot dryer than with one hole?
 

rmandelbaum

Platinum Member
Great stuff,
Here is the majority of my vintage Superstar kit. I plan on stripping and refinishing it this next summer. In addition to what you see in the picture I have a pair of "6 & 8" concert toms, a 16x24 bass, 13" & 14" standard toms. I plan on adding 10" & 12" standard toms before I refinish.
 

metal overlord

Gold Member
i notice you have 2 holes in each bass drum, im thinking about doing the same because i reckon it looks rad.

how dramatically does it change the sound? like, is it alot dryer than with one hole?
Actually, if you tune the batter properly it sound'nt make a dramatic differance. It (in my case) is a bit louder, but there shouldn't be an extreme differance.
 

metal overlord

Gold Member
Great stuff,
Here is the majority of my vintage Superstar kit. I plan on stripping and refinishing it this next summer. In addition to what you see in the picture I have a pair of "6 & 8" concert toms, a 16x24 bass, 13" & 14" standard toms. I plan on adding 10" & 12" standard toms before I refinish.
As so its a double-bass kit? I'de imagine that would be fun to play on. If it's vintage, would it be a pro level kit? Because supes were pro level way back when.
 

rmandelbaum

Platinum Member
Yes double bass, 22x16 and 24 x 16 - 6, 8, Concert Tom

10, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18 Power toms

13, 15 standard toms - I will ad the 10 and 14 before I refinish.

I have R.I.M.S mounts for all the mounted toms, well except fot the 6 and 8 concert toms


And yes the vintage Superstars are pro level for sure.

I have R.I.M.S mounts for all the mounted toms.
 
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