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Old 12-25-2012, 05:52 PM
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Tama Starclassic Maples, SLP G-Bubinga Snare.
Sabian/Meinl cymbals, Mapex, Pearl, Dixon, Tama, Gibraltar hardware.

More pics/descriptions in my kit show-off thread.
Apologies for cellphone quality pictures, they're all I have.

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1981 Tama Superstars
6in, 8in, 10in, 12in, 15in, 16in concert toms
12in, 14in, 16in, 18in, dual headed toms
2 - 24in kicks

Super mahogany finish

Original Tama leather stickbag

7x13 DW maple snare
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Just wow... That is a beast!
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The rarity is the stick bag, you do not see those anymore.

Very cool!
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Old 01-10-2013, 04:21 PM
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I know ! When I got this kit on Ebay, the stick bag was not mentioned.
I got a tear in my eye when I found it unpacking the drums !
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Very cool! again you just dont see those around very often


I had a similar experience, I picked up a superstar kit and did not see a snare in the pick but 350.00 for a vintage 5 piece super mahogany with stand, standard depth toms was all I was after. Opened the boxes when they showed up and it had a mastercraft rosewood snare with it.

I love it when that happens ;-)

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Old 01-12-2013, 12:37 AM
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Just some pics of my current findings :)
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I need more pics of this kit. That's my childhood 1977 fantasy kit!
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1981 Tama Superstars
6in, 8in, 10in, 12in, 15in, 16in concert toms
12in, 14in, 16in, 18in, dual headed toms
2 - 24in kicks

Super mahogany finish

Original Tama leather stickbag

7x13 DW maple snare
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...and the remaining 50% Tama, so.... still counts!

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Just some pics of my current findings :)
I have a 6.5x14 Tama King Beat that is EXACTLY like this one... It has quickly become one of my favorites in my snare collection. Very versatile. sounds amazing!
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My old Rockstars in Custom Mahogany Fade (10/12/14/16/20)


My Starclassic Performers in Gold Crush Glitter (12/14/16/22)

Note, I bought used. Fortunately there is a new Tama/Starclassic branded BD reso inbound.

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My Starclassic Performers in Gold Crush Glitter (12/14/16/22)
What's that monster china? Looks like a Wuhan.
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Old 01-29-2013, 04:46 PM
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What's that monster china? Looks like a Wuhan.
Good eye. It's a 24" Wuhan. A relic of my youth and generally not a great cymbal. Although interesting to ride on with brushes.
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It is nice instrument and cutting thru even when low tuned, easy to record as well. However I am now recording with Cordia Snare as this nice steel drum lost quickly lot of snare wires... need to get steel and brass wires from Puresound company... EDIT: They do not produce this anymore, but similar can be found from stdrums after quick search.

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My new Tama Starclassic B/B in Red Sparkle Burst[IMG][/IMG]
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I'll play. No such thing as showing it off too much!



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Some shots of the Tama Starclassic B/B at the studio!
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Here's my 5 pc Rockstar DX I just picked up on Saturday. It's in pretty good shape. I wish I could tell what year it was made, there are numbers on the badges but I googled them and they don't translate to anything. It has a Tama double bass pedal, Zildjian hi hats, a 16" Sabian crash and the ride I can't tell what it is because the logo is faded. I'm just starting out, so I wanted something basic, but a little more heavy duty than the beginner brands. I'm real happy with it. I'd like to get a second crash, but otherwise it's perfect for me. Even the heads are fairly new.

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Here's my 5 pc Rockstar DX I just picked up on Saturday. It's in pretty good shape. I wish I could tell what year it was made, there are numbers on the badges but I googled them and they don't translate to anything. It has a Tama double bass pedal, Zildjian hi hats, a 16" Sabian crash and the ride I can't tell what it is because the logo is faded. I'm just starting out, so I wanted something basic, but a little more heavy duty than the beginner brands. I'm real happy with it. I'd like to get a second crash, but otherwise it's perfect for me. Even the heads are fairly new.

Nice. I have the exact same kit but in Wine Red. They are pretty good kits. I think the year is '89.
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Old 02-08-2013, 05:55 AM
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I can't tell you how much I love that finish! What's the side snare?
Thanks!!!! The Scandinavian Birch looks like it is melting--outrageous! And the 8 plies of BOOBANGA do it right. And I hear it adds something to the sound--who knows? You know what a tremendous sound the Tama Bubinga is. Wow.
Right now, I am actually using the Tama snare that came with the kit. The Ultra Violet Microflake snare is a 12"x7" 8 ply maple Pearl Masterworks with black diecast hoops and a Dennis Chamber three way snare throw off. It is pretty tits. I ordered it right when they started the masterworks line. It is my side snare now.

The side snare pictured is one that Cadeson gave me back in 2003 at NAMM. It is a 12x5 slop maple. It actually sounds pretty cool. It has a tom mount on it.

I am in mutual admiration of your kit as well. The tom mounts are way cool, and the double kicks, whoah. It's a beauty.
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Here's my '89 Rockstar. 12-13-16-22. Zildjian 14-16-20 Scimitar cymbals. I put the 12" over the bass when the head on the 13" split! My bands drummer Sam gave me a Remo Powerstroke 4 so I put that on it. The snare is terrible but am hoping to upgrade to a Gretsch Maple 12ply 14"x8" soon from thomann. Sound pretty good and is fun to play.
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The rarity is the stick bag, you do not see those anymore.

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I was digging the Kenny cowbell!
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Here's my 5 pc Rockstar DX I just picked up on Saturday. It's in pretty good shape. I wish I could tell what year it was made, there are numbers on the badges but I googled them and they don't translate to anything. It has a Tama double bass pedal, Zildjian hi hats, a 16" Sabian crash and the ride I can't tell what it is because the logo is faded. I'm just starting out, so I wanted something basic, but a little more heavy duty than the beginner brands. I'm real happy with it. I'd like to get a second crash, but otherwise it's perfect for me. Even the heads are fairly new.

I had that exact kit.................bought it 88 / 89. Ended up in Fort Polk, LA needing cash, pawned it. Long story short, I deployed overseas and was not able to get it back. They got everything, drums, hardware, cymbals, etc. for $200. Still pisses me off to this day
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I am in mutual admiration of your kit as well. The tom mounts are way cool, and the double kicks, whoah. It's a beauty.
Thank you, I appreciate the compliment! I like the streamlined look of the new tom mounts, one of the reasons I went with Tama. Does a nice job of showing off the finish and remaining subtle. I have more in store for my monster but I'll hold off on the surprise!
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I just picked up this '89 (I think) Rockstar Pro shell set. I did a little research on them and found out that this is the best line of Rockstars you can get. So, I got them because they are a classic and I used to have a Rockstar set that I liked. I like the lugs on this older model, made in Japan, from the 80's. The serial number is pretty low too. 009200.

It's a little scuffed up. I might re-wrap it if I get that far. First I'm getting new heads all around. Probably Emperors over clear Ambs, or Amb X over Ambs. SuperKick II on the bass drum, of course. Next will come the hoop upgrade to 2.3mm powerhoops, re-sand and re-paint the wood hoops, and shine up all the hardware. Then, I'm thinking of upgrading the tom post to vintage Imperialstar style because that's the one thing about this kit I'm not so keen on. Luckily, I have a vintage Imperialstar tom post just laying around. I only need the mount bracket for the bass drum. Hopefully, that won't be too hard to find. Lastly, I'll re-wrap it with some Sparkle Brite or my favorite cheap plain white wrap from Precision Drums.

Update: So far I have the new 2.3mm rims, a 12, 13 & 16 set of coated emperors (which have the Pro Drum Shop logo on them BTW), and Pro Drums had an old vintage Imperialstar Bass drum mount sitting in their spare parts drawer. Got lucky there. I got the rims and talked to the guy at BoneYard about rewrapping it in my favorite white wrap from Precision Drums. My biggest hurdle will be getting those badges off safely intact. I'd prefer letting BoneYard do the wrapping part. He did a good job on my orphan kit. Well, I'll post an 'after' pic when it's done.

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I've got a Starclassic 6 piece kit, and I'm trying to figure out all the manufacture dates, but it appears that all the drums have different serial numbers on the badges. Just wondering if I'm looking in the correct place, and if anyone knows of an online dater, or something easier than trying to get in touch with Tama's customer service. The supposed "minus ten from the first two numbers" rule that I see around every once in a while would date each drum to 1992, before the Starclassic line was released.

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Here is my Starclassic Maple kit, in Red Sparkle Burst finish. Sounds really good with coated G2's, really warm sounding. Sizes are 22x20" (I prefer 22x18" but started to get a better sound out of it with EMAD batter and slight internal muffling), 10x8", 12x9", 14x12", 16x14". Pictured are my old 13x6" Mapex Black Panther maple snare, I now have a 14x6,5" Tama SLP Power Maple (and also a 14x5,5" Mapex Black Panther Thomann S.E. Mapa Burl, maple snare). Cymbals pictured are (I have others as well, mostly Meinl):14" Meinl Soundcaster Fusion hats, 16" Meinl Mb10 Medium Crash, 18" Meinl Mb10 Medium Crash, 22" Paiste 2oo2 Rock Bell Ride, 18" Paiste Rude China, 10" Bosphorus Trad. Splash, 10" Bosphorus Antique Splash, Gibraltar Road Series Rack, Yamaha DFP-9500C double pedals and mix of Pearl/Tama cymbal holders/stands-
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Here's my modest 1983 Superstar in Cherry Wine. I had Precision Drum Co. cut the toms down to standard depths. I also have an 18" at home.
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I keep saying that "I'm done!" but I just added my homemade acrylic octobans and moved some things around to accommodate them. Hope you enjoy!

Tama 6 pc. (with added 8" birch tom stained and poly to match) Silverstar Birch with Tamo Ash outer wrap (8', 10", 12" rack toms, 14" and 16" floor toms, 14 X 5 snare, 22" kick)
4 homemade shorty acrylic octobans (11, 12, 13, 15")

I also have a 14 X 6.5" Tama SLP Power Maple snare and a 1965 14" Ludwig Pioneer snare with the rare Sky Blue Pearl wrap!

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16" Sabian HH Thin Chinese
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Old 03-12-2013, 01:35 PM
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Here are my Tama Starclassic B/B
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Crappy mobile-phone pics of my kit from last Sunday, as we were testing microphones to record a couple of songs in the studio where we normally rehearse.
You can see the studio's actual drum kit against one of the walls in the last pic :)

Slightly awkard cymbal positioning as we didn't have too much time to put the kit, mikes, mixer together in our allocated slot :-)

My only kit (if we don't count a Roland TD-4 at home). Bought it new back in 1998. So it's a birch/basswood Tama Starclassic Performer. 22" 10" 12" 14" and with a new 16" suspended floor tom as well (http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=95336)

There is also an 80ish Yamaha Club Custom birch/mahogany snare drum hiddens somewhere in the cases.






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Here is my Rockstar set. The snare is a Yamaha. I picked these up in January and plan on recovering them when I get the time.



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Here are some shots of my most recent acquisition... Tama Starclassic Birch Performer (Made in Japan)
-In the top post, you can sort of see my new ( to me) World Max Bronze Hawg 6.5x14 snare.
-In the rest of them, it is shown with my Yamaha Elvin Jones 7x14 Signature snare with wood hoops.











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Wow, they still make shag carpet?
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Ha...yea! I bought it for my living room but with any sort of traffic it sheds pretty bad, as you can probably see in some of the pics. Perfect drum rug!
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Took the bass drum rack mount off and tried some different setups.



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