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Tama metalworks 13"x 6.5"
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Tama metalworks 13"x 6.5"

Snare Drum from Tama belonging to the Metalwork series.

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igor444 igor444
Publié le 02/24/09 à 01:03
Value For Money : Excellent
I use it for 1 year and a half. Her look is trsrussi!
I was looking for a specific on his slamming me dmarquer. These features recall the normment joey from slipknot jardisson and the sound is substantially the same (with a little less than a harmonic of the thickness of the drums: 1.2 for metalworks and 1mm for jardisson) I recommend a little skin for an optimal Paisse *
The dclencheur is of excellent quality but the stamp is a surveillbr /> I use trsrgulirement and aged very well
It easily passes the walls amp and sonorise very well.
It must, however, that play pretty tight and the tuning is maintained regularly.
purchased 170 with the cover has baguetterie, the price quality ratio is excellent for this fund DEFINITIONS East mtal or large rock!
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