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Tama Artstar 2

Artstar 2, Drum Set from Tama in the Artstar series.

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Bobaille 07/16/2003

Tama Artstar 2 : Bobaille's user review

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Well I bought this drumkit it There's about 3 weeks (a Artstar 2) but I had already used it There's a studio three or four years. What I love in the first place in this kit is the kick drum: full, full of bass attack phenomenal (for a small patch Remo or Evans to the point of hitting the bat). Then the toms, also maple, sound quite good, warm, round and with a bit of gaffer (but not too much) the resonance is well controlled to have just enough sustain without altering the power of was. I bought this drumkit as it is used more mass-produced for many years so I'm not as good as the original skin Tama but I know that they are normally Evans so I'm getting not too worried. From my side I put Remo Pin Stripe by typing on the toms (ambassador in resonance) and Evans EQ3 on both sides of the big Cais, including the front breakthrough. The sound is completely huge! It's simple at each stroke of the bass drum books in my library break the mouth ... They must believe the buggers a Bercy Then when you start a plan for double-pedal the Apocalypse is not far. I have no snare Artstar copper of origin but a Starclassic Performer pete who also fire and the whole drumkit is a pure killing. Heavy-Metal resolutely facing the Artstar satisfy all the fans of big sound and it's not for nothing that big bullies like Lars Ulrich chose this kit in the 90's;)
- With experience, you do again this choice? ...

Yes! I am completely in love with the drums and the Starclassic apart in the same brand, there's this model that makes me dream! If you have a chance to see a move Artstar Artstar or two on occasion, fairly priced and in good condition, so go there with closed eyes, ca butts!