Tama True Touch Training Kit

cbphoto

Diamond Member
I'm posting this 'cuz I thought someone was looking for a low-volume kit. It's a new entry into the realm of practice kits.


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larryace

"Uncle Larry" - Administrator
Staff member
I betcha they will be flying off the shelves.

Thanks Chris for turning us on to this cool Tama product.

We know how much you despise the Tamas :p
 

drumnut87

Silver Member
looks good, im waiting till the prices come out to determine if i want one or not
 

harryconway

Platinum Member
Not seeing anyone selling it yet, though.
 

cbphoto

Diamond Member
Hope they sell the individual parts too, I'd love to get just the kick pad and keep using my Black Holes for the rest (the kick drum Black Hole is a POS, I've resorted to just pulling out the mesh head and putting it on a spare kick, but now I need that kick for other uses)
 

cbphoto

Diamond Member
Looks pretty nice. Wonder if they will have an option for wider diameter heads?
No! Because it's about...

AAD (Accuracy Articulation Dynamics)​

 

cbphoto

Diamond Member
Well, price seems kind of high, but, it does look like it's high quality.
My humor has been lost in translation. My apologies. I mentioned “AAD” because it’s a marketing point for that Tama training kit, and it’s weird (to me).

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cbphoto

Diamond Member
Hey, I'm not saying that idea is wrong. My idea, when I put this practice kit together, however, was to have it set up similar to my acoustic kit for easy transition.

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Another center-mounted hi hat spotted in the wild! Nice.

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Timmy

Active Member
Another center-mounted hi hat spotted in the wild! Nice.

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Hmmm, never seen hi-hat cymbals like that. I need to search them on YouTube & check them out.



Wow, ok, those are very different. lol Not sure I could use them as my main hats (I'm mainly a jazzer), but, as a secondary? Absolutely.

Hey, BTW, what brand mics are you using? I'm building a kit and trying to get as many ideas as I can. I bought these on a whim. Haven't used them yet because I've yet to get a mixer. They were inexpensive, so, if i don't like them, oh well.
 
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cbphoto

Diamond Member
Hmmm, never seen hi-hat cymbals like that. I need to search them on YouTube & check them out.



Wow, ok, those are very different. lol Not sure I could use them as my main hats (I'm mainly a jazzer), but, as a secondary? Absolutely.

Hey, BTW, what brand mics are you using? I'm building a kit and trying to get as many ideas as I can. I bought these on a whim. Haven't used them yet because I've yet to get a mixer. They were inexpensive, so, if i don't like them, oh well.
At first the PSTX cymbals are very loud compared to solid cymbals, but I love the sandy, dissonant sound.


Those mics will get you up and running and give you the opportunity to learn about placement, gain, eq, etc. The room where the drums are played is the most important factor when recording drums, IMO.
 
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