There is on the purple, red or black label. If its not there you can post pictures and I can help you with that.HARDWARE QUESTION:
Does anyone know how to identify Yamaha cymbal stands models? Bought them ages ago and now am selling so I'd like to get a fair price. Can't really tell from the Yamaha website. Is there a model number printed on the stands anywhere?
Looking good Neal! That's a timeless finish on those Oak Customs; those drums are always going to get it done. And, I remember your excitement about the Jade Green Sparkle finish when Yamaha introduced the AH line.Played a couple of weddings this past weekend, about a 4 hour drive away. It was going to be a really tight pack, not much room in the van as it had to carry our whole PA, lights, drums and some guitar gear too.
So, I thought I'd dust off my Silver Sparkle Oak Customs 10/14/18. I hadn't ever played these with coated heads on the toms and I was dying to try it, thinking that coated heads would balance the bright Oak shells just right. Boy, did they ever. Coated Emperor now my goto head for Oak Custom toms.
This 18" x15" bass drum has a lift, and I have it fitted with a clear PS3 batter and a Fiberskyn reso. Small towel inside only touching the resonant head.
Snare duties for this setup was my new-ish Absolute Hybrid in Jade Green Sparkle. No trouble with that!
Oak Customs still a knock out after all these years.
In search of a 12" tom for this kit!
Thanks Jason!Looking good Neal! That's a timeless finish on those Oak Customs; those drums are always going to get it done. And, I remember your excitement about the Jade Green Sparkle finish when Yamaha introduced the AH line.
Maybe these will help:Anyways from what I can gather, they are Yamaha Beech Customs, Made In Japan. Any info on the date or things about these? Very hard to find info on them.
6 pc set:
10x8 - WTT810 0M-5643
12x9 - WTT812 0M-5643
14x11 - WTT814 0M-0134
16x13 - WTT816 0M-5657
22x18 - WBD822 0M-5688