Tama Starclassic Drum Set 4 Piece

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This Tama Starclassic set blends bubinga and birch together in each shell for a more focused attack with full resonance. Each drum has several plies of bubinga on the inside and several plies of birch on the outside. As with other kits in the line, they feature chrome hardware with Star cast mounts, and Evans heads on each drum. Sizes are 18x22" bass drum, 8x10" and 9x12" toms, and 14x16" floor tom. Snare drum, hardware, and cymbals not included. Bass drum 8 bubinga inner plies5
birch outer plies Toms 7 bubinga inner plies4 birch outer plies Star Cast Mounting SystemThe Star Cast Mounting System has always provided maximum resonance and stability for TAMAs pro drums. Now theyve improved it. A new streamlined design makes it easier to position toms closer together for greater ease and comfort than ever before. In addition, a switch to aluminum provides lighter weight and even truer tonal vibration. Last but not least, Star Cast is now plated to match your drums shell hardware! Sliding Tom Holder Performers completely redesigned tom holder expands setting flexibility with a sliding connector unit that moves back and forth up to 50mm 2 inches. Simply unloosening one bolt allows you to adjust the proximity of the tom toms. Now any sized drum can be exactly positioned with ease! Die Cast HoopsHoops not only affect drum tuning; they also affect drum sound. That's why the choice of hoops was so important to the designers of Tama's professional drum lines. For the Starclassic Performer, they chose zinc die cast hoops, which are manufactured by injecting molten metal into molds. Die cast hoops have more density and are more consistent in shape than triple flanged hoops, which are manufactured by bending metal plates. Die cast hoops make tuning more consistent and easier to achieve because the tension bolts always contact the hoop properly. Drums fitted with die cast hoops also offer crisper attack, clear and resonant highs and much m


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