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Yamaha Stage Custom Birch
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Drum Set from Yamaha belonging to the Stage Custom series.

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  • Yamaha Stage Custom BirchPublished on 06/19/13 at 06:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long have you use it?

    I use since April 2010.
    In May 2012, I added a bass Tom 18 "* 16"

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    I Rock With model slightly larger measurements
    24 "* 17" 12 "09 *" 16 "* 16" and 18 "* 16"
    All mounted with ambassador in reso and powerstroke 3 strikes and GC Evans Emad reso and powerstroke 3 hits
    The bass is very present in this configuration.
    It is very easy to have a powerful sound with great resonance in this model.
    No brainer to grant drums for hours.
    The finishes are simple with a varnish that reveals the wood grain.
    I think the nail a little sensitive, but with protective covers to move it suits well.

    How......
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    How long have you use it?

    I use since April 2010.
    In May 2012, I added a bass Tom 18 "* 16"

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    I Rock With model slightly larger measurements
    24 "* 17" 12 "09 *" 16 "* 16" and 18 "* 16"
    All mounted with ambassador in reso and powerstroke 3 strikes and GC Evans Emad reso and powerstroke 3 hits
    The bass is very present in this configuration.
    It is very easy to have a powerful sound with great resonance in this model.
    No brainer to grant drums for hours.
    The finishes are simple with a varnish that reveals the wood grain.
    I think the nail a little sensitive, but with protective covers to move it suits well.

    How would you rate the quality / price?

    For this price, I think it is a good investment
    A little disappointed with the weak side still

    With experience, you do again this choice?

    Yes, I really like my drumkit.
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  • Yamaha Stage Custom BirchPublished on 04/06/10 at 02:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    After much hesitation, I bought this kit (version Fusion 20 "natural wood color). The finish is very pretty. Lacquered natural wood reveals the wood grain with a really pretty bright side. ... In short

    I left with happiness (I had a custom course in my youth) Yamaha build quality and ease of mounting the drumkit. What happiness hardware Yam. It is well thought out, it's easy to mount, the toms do not move a hair ...

    His question, I have not changed the original skins and really took time to settle but I can say that it is good quality, good drumkit medium low range. The kick drum cons, sounds at once (20 * 17). It is clear, it is round and powerful, what happiness ...

    In short I......
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    After much hesitation, I bought this kit (version Fusion 20 "natural wood color). The finish is very pretty. Lacquered natural wood reveals the wood grain with a really pretty bright side. ... In short

    I left with happiness (I had a custom course in my youth) Yamaha build quality and ease of mounting the drumkit. What happiness hardware Yam. It is well thought out, it's easy to mount, the toms do not move a hair ...

    His question, I have not changed the original skins and really took time to settle but I can say that it is good quality, good drumkit medium low range. The kick drum cons, sounds at once (20 * 17). It is clear, it is round and powerful, what happiness ...

    In short I recommend this kit for every type of drummer (from beginners to advanced). For my part, I make the drumkit for over 20 years and I preferred to put the package on the snare and cymbals .. A small Stage Custom set correctly, it sounds always ..

    To buy.

    Good luck to all.
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  • Yamaha Stage Custom BirchPublished on 07/05/10 at 01:43 (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - For how long have you been using it?
    Since 5 months

    - Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    Yes, I started to begin with Stagg Tim but I tried lots of other models during my 7 years of practice as a Yamaha Recording Custom Oak or custom and also a former model Stage custom, in Tama Superstar Custom then with a Pearl Vision Birch VBx (conservatory).

    - What thing do you like most/least about it?
    Frankly I find great noise. I say this also because the next Tim Stagg worth nothing at all. What I like most is the bass drum that sounds very good when you rule well (not too taut skins and small sheets, cushion) and snare drum sounds great by changing skins and timbre.......
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    - For how long have you been using it?
    Since 5 months

    - Did you try many other models before getting this one?
    Yes, I started to begin with Stagg Tim but I tried lots of other models during my 7 years of practice as a Yamaha Recording Custom Oak or custom and also a former model Stage custom, in Tama Superstar Custom then with a Pearl Vision Birch VBx (conservatory).

    - What thing do you like most/least about it?
    Frankly I find great noise. I say this also because the next Tim Stagg worth nothing at all. What I like most is the bass drum that sounds very good when you rule well (not too taut skins and small sheets, cushion) and snare drum sounds great by changing skins and timbre. I love the suspension of the toms with good quality shells and feet of the floor tom to not give up when we play a little strong. And finally, it is 100% birch, so no complaints about the sound of drums. Personally, I play Rock, Hard Rock, Funk, Fusion, Reggae ... I put Remo Emperor hitting and Ambassador in reso on the toms, the snare I put a smooth white Ambassador and hitting another ambassador stamp.

    What I do not like is the hardware supplied with the drumkit (foot snare, hihat and poles): they just put the models of lower quality of their brand: single base etc ...

    - What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    The value for money is good.

    - Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
    Most definitely, yes.
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