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Offline pmack

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Re: So lumabas na ang mga bagong Tama snare drums no...
« Reply #50 on: November 14, 2006, 08:14:04 PM »
Lumabas na sa musiciansfriend.com ang prices ng mga bagong Tama products:evil:

Who wants P30,000 snare drums?!?!?!!



mahal pala, hahaha, akala ko mura lang yan. pero meron silang warlord na $600 lang.


$600 US IS 30,000 Php
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ang yaman niyo sir panterica nakakainggit...
lang sa inyo ang $600.
 :lol:
« Last Edit: November 14, 2006, 08:26:09 PM by pmack »

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Re: So lumabas na ang mga bagong Tama snare drums no...
« Reply #51 on: November 14, 2006, 08:52:31 PM »
I know you would say that at for the record di mo ako kilala ROOKIEBOY. Tinawag kitang rookie at di lahat, IKAW LANG GET IT. Hanggang dyan ka na lang....puro cheap shots - Pallas

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Re: About The Gladiator...
« Reply #52 on: November 15, 2006, 09:55:38 PM »
Actually, meron talagang bell bronze snare drum.  Google it...

But since we're talking about Tama snare drums, bro Gep may be referring to Tama's famous Bell Brass snare drums.


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tama stag series w/ 18" bass drum
« Reply #53 on: February 27, 2007, 09:53:57 PM »
mga sir nakita nyo na ba yung stag series ng tama yung 18" na bass drum ang cute kasi eh parang ang daling bitbitin ....( kung pwede lang binulsa ko na hehehehe) help naman sa mga masters konting review nag iisip kasi akong bumili ng kit ko eh .... ang pinag pipilian ko eh yung  stag series saka yung fernando sa jb w/ 20" bass drum.... trip ko lang yung maliit ... ano po kaya ang mas maganda ... ano apo ang mga dis advantage  at advantages nung dalawa? tnx mga masters kitakits sa eb
My arms are numb ............ can still hear cymbals ringing in my head ....

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Re: tama stag series w/ 18" bass drum
« Reply #54 on: February 27, 2007, 10:22:24 PM »
IMO fernando pre. more bang for the buck talaga. bitin ang 18" lalo na kung rock ang tugtugan.


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Re: tama stag series w/ 18" bass drum
« Reply #55 on: February 27, 2007, 10:53:53 PM »
Go for the Fernando...

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Re: tama stag series w/ 18" bass drum
« Reply #56 on: February 28, 2007, 10:05:54 PM »
rnb tugtugan eh..... sabagay more bang hehehe tnx mga bros..... e one more mga sir tubgkol naman sa quality..... ?????? mas ok parin ba yung fernando saka hindi naman kaya over priced?
My arms are numb ............ can still hear cymbals ringing in my head ....

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Re: tama stag series w/ 18" bass drum
« Reply #57 on: March 01, 2007, 08:27:04 AM »
pareho lang taiwan/china ginagawa yun, same quality

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Tama Drum Rack
« Reply #58 on: May 01, 2007, 10:55:18 PM »
Available po ba ung Drum rack ng Tama...
eto po siya eh http://www.tamadrum.co.jp/world/products/hardware/images/pts.gif
Salamat po!!

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Re: Tama Drum Rack
« Reply #59 on: May 01, 2007, 10:57:59 PM »
better check audiophile to be sure  :lol:
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Re: Tama Drum Rack
« Reply #60 on: May 01, 2007, 10:58:50 PM »
Thanks Po. :-)

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TAMA Drumset Owner!!!
« Reply #61 on: September 30, 2007, 08:04:27 PM »
For TAMA Drums set owner..
pls post a picture of your own TAMA drums..

I own a TAMA SWINGSTAR drumset......
A TAMA ROYALSTAR snare, mas malutong ang tunog....

Eto ung picture ng drums ko..



Eto pa ibang VIEW



Good sounding to mga tol I love the sound maganda siya...
Im planning to add some extra TOMS and cymbals....

Pls show your set.....
« Last Edit: September 30, 2007, 08:07:24 PM by G_CLEFT2004 »
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Re: TAMA Drumset Owner!!!
« Reply #62 on: September 30, 2007, 10:31:24 PM »
Ako magkaka-Tama soon!

(Hehe panget nun ah, parang sobrang delayed na pagkalasing.)

Maganda kasi yung tunog at itsura nung mga Superstar Custom na nakadisplay sa mga Audiophile, kaya naintriga ako sa Tama... ngayon, nagpa-quote ako ng special order na Starclassic Performer. Mukhang depende sa presyo nun kung Starclassic ba o Superstar kukunin ko. Kaso basta Tama na 'to!

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Re: TAMA Drumset Owner!!!
« Reply #63 on: October 01, 2007, 06:04:08 AM »
Ako magkaka-Tama soon!

(Hehe panget nun ah, parang sobrang delayed na pagkalasing.)

Maganda kasi yung tunog at itsura nung mga Superstar Custom na nakadisplay sa mga Audiophile, kaya naintriga ako sa Tama... ngayon, nagpa-quote ako ng special order na Starclassic Performer. Mukhang depende sa presyo nun kung Starclassic ba o Superstar kukunin ko. Kaso basta Tama na 'to!

astig nga tama,
lalo na yung superstar na ocean blue finish,
ganda pa ng tunog,
tapos die cast na yung hoops,
sana magkaron ako nito.....

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Re: TAMA Drumset Owner!!!
« Reply #64 on: October 01, 2007, 08:01:33 AM »
here's mine:

tama superstar sk in sugar white, fusion size with a 22 kick




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Re: TAMA Drumset Owner!!!
« Reply #65 on: October 01, 2007, 08:18:47 AM »
Wow Pare yan ang Drum...   Sana magkaganyan din ako.. Hehehe...
'Nice Kit pare....

astig nga tama,
lalo na yung superstar na ocean blue finish,
ganda pa ng tunog,
tapos die cast na yung hoops,
sana magkaron ako nito.....


You're right mga brod...  Kung etong akin nga swingstar lang Actually this is the lowest bottomline ng TAMA and yet Astig padin tumunog?? 

TAMA will be a great choice.  Astig ang mga hardwares and ang kapal ng ply ng pagka kahoy nya pare di ka magsisisi.......

Take my words mga pare...
« Last Edit: October 01, 2007, 09:52:40 AM by Akira JUMBO »
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Re: TAMA Drums and Hardware thread
« Reply #66 on: October 02, 2007, 02:02:46 AM »
i'm an owner of powerglide twin pedal and an ancient imperialstar snare..
very heavy steel snare.. after my consultation with peeves for the snare il post my pics........ :-D
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Re: TAMA Drums and Hardware thread
« Reply #67 on: October 06, 2007, 04:53:14 AM »
To Tama Superstar drumkit owners...

Tell us something about your Superstar drums.  Maybe you can share some reviews or feedbacks or comments or whatever experience you had with it, after owning it and playing it for quite some time.

The Superstar kit is one of my prospect kits for Christmas.  I've already tried and played on a Superstar kit a number of times, and I enjoyed it.  But I hope to read feedbacks from actual Superstar owners.  Thanks in advance!  8-)

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Re: TAMA Drums and Hardware thread
« Reply #68 on: October 07, 2007, 07:07:26 PM »
for me d best ang superstars! kse i own one hehehe, anthony magnda tlga ang superstars, madali itono, mganda ung pgkkgwa ng shells, dide-cast hoops, ganda nung mga hardware n i really love the starcast monting system, as of now ala akong reklamo s superstars ko, and about the sound, alam mo nman ung sound nito, ung kit ko ung gamit nyo dun s penguin hehehe, bgay n bagy s malagkit mong grooves hehehehe, galilngan mo p groove master anthony :D

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Re: TAMA Drums and Hardware thread
« Reply #69 on: October 07, 2007, 08:30:36 PM »
Wala akong Superstar Custom kaso sobrang nakilatis ko rin yung series na yan sa paghahanap ko ng bagong kit.

Para sa presyo, solb na solb ka na sa Superstars. Ganda ng pagkagawa sa shells: bearing edges, finish, kahit yung kahoy na gamit (birch na may onting basswood) eh sobrang okay lahat. SOLID yung hardware: die cast hoops tapos naka-starcast pa. Yung mga issue ko lang sa Superstars eh di ko gusto ang mga available na finish (kahit maganda yung pagkagawa, ayaw ko lang talaga yung available options) tsaka ayaw ko itsura nung bridge lugs. In short, cosmetic lang ang mga shortcomings ng Superstar. Kaso kung sa tugtugan lang - maganda tunog, madali itono, durable yung hardware - wala ka nang hahanapin pa.

Kung ikumpara sa mga kit na ka-price range nito (yung mga 40-70k), maraming lamang ang Superstar. Mas maganda ang shells nito kesa sa Pearl Export; mas solid ang construction ng shells at ng hardware nito kesa sa Gretsch Catalina Maple. Kumpara sa Yamaha Stage Custom... ewan. Maganda ang tunog nun at mukhang solid yung drum itself kaso dubious lang talaga yung plastic na lugs nung Yamaha. Siguro ang competition lang ng Superstar pagdating sa magandang quality sa price range na yan eh yung mga mid-range series ng Mapex (Pro M tsaka M Birch), kaso di ako sigurado kasi di ko pa nakita ang mga yun ng personal (then again, ako itong nagbabalik bumili ng Black Panther hehe)
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Re: TAMA Drums and Hardware thread
« Reply #70 on: October 09, 2007, 09:38:53 AM »
Yes I agree na hindi ko rin nagagandahan ang available color options dito ng Superstar although gusto ko yung Mahogany Fade sa Audiophile.  I bought a Vintage Blue kit and ended up rewrapping it.  Compared to the cost of Superstar EFX, comparable yung price ng SK kit ko + new wraps.  So it ended up like a customized Superstar EFX!  Hindi ko rin gaano gusto yung 1-piece lug but considering the benefits of a 1pc high tension lug, mas less ang stress nito sa shell compared sa split lugs.  Other than that, everything in this kit is a winner; price, shells, hardware, sound, etc. everything you need in a high end kit is already here.  :-o 

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Re: TAMA Drums and Hardware thread
« Reply #71 on: October 09, 2007, 09:46:06 AM »
Thanks for the feedbacks!  Keep 'em coming.

I recently wrote a blog entry regarding my thoughts about the Superstar drums.  I want to share some excerpts (http://anthonydio.multiply.com/journal/item/110).


"Right now, I'm feeling Tama drums.  Tama is very much what's in my heart.  I proudly own and play two Tama snare drums and a Tama Iron Cobra double bass pedal.  It's also a brand of drums that I'm very familiar with and feel so at home with.  Some of the best kits I ever played on are Tama kits, such as their Starclassic Bubinga kit (Here's my old blog entry about that kit - http://anthonydio.multiply.com/journal/item/75/Bubinga).  The Superstar drums are one of the best mid-level models available right now.  With its birch shells, die-cast hoops, Star-Cast tom mounting system, and strong, dependable and well-designed hardware (which is Tama's strongest reputation), these can pass as high-end models.  I've tried and played on a Superstar kit a number of times, and it was always a pleasure.  It felt wonderful and it always sounds great."


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Re: TAMA Drums and Hardware thread
« Reply #72 on: October 09, 2007, 10:28:09 AM »
Yun nga e... pinagiisipan ko pa kung worth it ba na halos doble ibayad ko para sa Starclassic Performer (kumpara sa Superstar) dahil lang sa itsura. Kaso ang ganda kasi ng Antique Sunburst e! Tsaka ang panget din kasi ng bridge lugs.

Kung Performer B/B kaya? Para at least may bubinga... hayop siguro bass drum nun! Focus ng birch, kaso low end ng bubinga! Parang kanyon dapat yun hehe

Consolation ko siguro eh kung yung Starclassic kunin ko, panghabambuhay na yun. At dahil Tama yun, pwede naman iexpect na pwede ngang panghabambuhay yun.

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Re: TAMA Drums and Hardware thread
« Reply #73 on: October 09, 2007, 01:38:10 PM »
Add ko pa nga pala...For my Superstar kit, I really like the sound of my bass drum.  It produces a deep and boomy tone yet still punchy, it really gets into your chest.  Its a 20x18 kick with EMAD batter and stock front logo head.  The toms are all fine, nothing of so much difference as my Pearl session.  The Superstar bass drum is really a dramatic change from my Session kick.

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Re: TAMA Drums and Hardware thread
« Reply #74 on: October 09, 2007, 07:25:43 PM »
Add ko pa nga pala...For my Superstar kit, I really like the sound of my bass drum.  It produces a deep and boomy tone yet still punchy, it really gets into your chest.  Its a 20x18 kick with EMAD batter and stock front logo head.  The toms are all fine, nothing of so much difference as my Pearl session.  The Superstar bass drum is really a dramatic change from my Session kick.

naalala ko yung tama drums sa crush the cherry studio,
luma na un pero pag upo ko nabigla ako!
grabe ang sarap,
ganda ng tunog,
parang naka subwoofer,
grabe ung bass, bumabayo,
kaya gusto ko talaga ng tama,
tsaka ang sabi sa forum,
nag focus daw talga ang tama sa sound ng kit nila ( birch with bassswood) kya kahit ndi sila makapag produce ng madaming finishes bebenta parin dahil sa tunog,