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Electronic Drum Module from Tama belonging to the Techstar series.

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  • the large digital

    Tama Techstar TAM500Published on 04/03/13 at 17:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    recently purchased c module qualitée sounds very good sounding eighties 1985 date of manufacture. sounds very interesting. can create its propes kick snare ... it can triger on a drum machine and effects kelkes perfect c over c and heavy for the digital addikts its worth it and at least we have his original sounds different from all other existing boxes ryhtmes. that happiness. there are 5 channels, the sound is clean malgrés his age made in japan of course.
    honestly a test
  • Touuuuuuuuh! Poooooooh! Pfffffff! Oumfffff! Baoooooooh! Quichhhhh!

    Tama Techstar TAM500Published on 02/11/11 at 14:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I own one since more than 30 years now. (Year 80)

    I got a full drumkit. Today plastic pads are completely dead and buried but sound module is still operational.

    It's like an R12, it was the body of the redneck, now it's nostalgia.

    His side. We just not say whether transandant but it is well worth some digital sounds "foo foo" today. at least those here feel good anal, logic!

    Pardon!

    Sounds like what?
    Touuuuuuuuh! Poooooooh! Pfffffff! Oumfffff! Baoooooooh! Quichhhhh!
    what that thing in this kind there. no effect recess but warm.
    A mono output for the whole or a separate output for each pad. much more interesting to put back a compressor moogfooger.
    then a little reverb on it......
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    I own one since more than 30 years now. (Year 80)

    I got a full drumkit. Today plastic pads are completely dead and buried but sound module is still operational.

    It's like an R12, it was the body of the redneck, now it's nostalgia.

    His side. We just not say whether transandant but it is well worth some digital sounds "foo foo" today. at least those here feel good anal, logic!

    Pardon!

    Sounds like what?
    Touuuuuuuuh! Poooooooh! Pfffffff! Oumfffff! Baoooooooh! Quichhhhh!
    what that thing in this kind there. no effect recess but warm.
    A mono output for the whole or a separate output for each pad. much more interesting to put back a compressor moogfooger.
    then a little reverb on it and it gets really interresting.

    To conclude. I used to take a supplement of percu electro sound good to my batteries. the mixture is super interresting in terms of creativity.





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