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Tama Starclassic Bubinga Omni-Tune SO42FHS
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Drum Set from Tama belonging to the Starclassic series.

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  • Tama Starclassic Bubinga Omni-Tune SO42FHSPublished on 03/03/06 at 15:55
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    I possde this little snare drum for a month - MODEL 14 x 6.5 ... <br>Omnitune ... This is a cool concept even if it is minimal intrt claire.le principle for a case I leave you discovering the site TAMA will be faster. <br>the day I buy this DCID I've tried CC CC 7 the Starcaster diffrent of Virgil Donati signature ... and bubinga was my choice (even if I had a pr Frence to a tone at the price was too lev for my purse). <br>The bubinga wood ... xotique with a rather nice amber color. no mean look at tama has treated its customers. <br><br>in sound then the focus of ca sends Dcibel Manir sound pretty cool ... I would compress enough to sustain. I changed the original skin after 3 rpeter!......
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    I possde this little snare drum for a month - MODEL 14 x 6.5 ... <br>Omnitune ... This is a cool concept even if it is minimal intrt claire.le principle for a case I leave you discovering the site TAMA will be faster. <br>the day I buy this DCID I've tried CC CC 7 the Starcaster diffrent of Virgil Donati signature ... and bubinga was my choice (even if I had a pr Frence to a tone at the price was too lev for my purse). <br>The bubinga wood ... xotique with a rather nice amber color. no mean look at tama has treated its customers. <br><br>in sound then the focus of ca sends Dcibel Manir sound pretty cool ... I would compress enough to sustain. I changed the original skin after 3 rpeter! even if I'm in class that does not nag mla CATEGORY m'tait dcidment evans never happened like the sound but not life (REFERENCE to EC2 ). <br><br>on omnitune at dpart I met some problem dsserage of the drum head (which probably has messed up). Tama has not actually install the teflon washers as on most snare of such range, but instead there are two washers ... me to have them replaced with plastic washers odds and ends damage to the house ... even when prices! <br><br>c'tait again if I would put the dish only I would take the voltage sytme classic (2 good shells were not found better). the omnitume has little of interest on a CC, it is using to replace the drum head and they do not know his durability.
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  • Tama Starclassic Bubinga Omni-Tune SO42FHSPublished on 08/17/06 at 08:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it now for 1 month
    The principle to grant the drumkit is really great pens and very practical, sound is really very hot and very powerful.
    Before buying it I had a first APK, a pearl forum, a PDP FX series, a DW. But I have several batteries dj jou designer, yamaha OAK ...
    Price lev but value for money. The quality comes at a price.
    I would do without this choice hsiter.
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