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Tama Starphonic Maple PMM146
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Tama Starphonic Maple PMM146

Snare Drum from Tama belonging to the Starphonic series.

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« Tama Maple Snare Drum »

Published on 10/05/01 at 15:00
well the snare drums in my school band are really crappy. so one day my grandpa gave me a blank check and told me to go to the music store( sigh...arent grandparents the greatest!) i really like tama and the quatlity drums they make so the maple snare caught my eye. I got it at B&B music store in Dover Deleware. it cost around 150 to 350

its really a beaut! the snare head always seems like new and i havent had to change it yet! the swich thing is very easy to use and never gets stuck and isnt hard to pull down for wimps like me. its very lite wieght and would be great for traviling.

hmm the only thing i can think of is that it has a slight ring that i cant get rid of.

wow. the maple coat is really nice and the smare head is beautiful

any way i think you should buy it. wheter its for your band at school, a practice drum or just a addition to your set. its a great snare to buy.

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