Tama Starclassic 14 x 5.5" Snare
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Starclassic 14 x 5.5" Snare, Snare Drum from Tama in the Starclassic series.


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Tama Starclassic 14 x 5.5" Snare tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Tama
  • Model: Starclassic 14 x 5.5" Snare
  • Series: Starclassic
  • Category: Snare Drums
  • Added in our database on: 10/20/2006

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Tama Starclassic 14 x 5.5" Snare user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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yoyo8508/10/2007

yoyo85's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Tama Starclassic 14 x 5.5" Snare
I mean the Starclassic in Rabl (Maple)

- How long have you use it?
3 years now almost all the time. I have also an old Tama 14x3, 5 birch which I do not ever dbarasserai

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
a warm, full of rounded and not too harmonics. I use the skins Evans power-center. The rim-shot trs are powerful, but the acute attack the ears. I never used the mat-sound. Just a small piece of tape in some concert halls.
It is years Lumire a crate metal.

on the other hand, tooutes shades are permitted with the fund. Big advantage for many of its potential. Ideal for rock and funk.
But in the big inconvnient knowledge of recording. She does not forgive anything. She did not ease the pieces of Czech fast and linear

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
I had the birch MODEL waiting to receive the MODEL (order at the same time that the drumkit complte Birch)
I liked much less. Too sharp and sound too dry.

- How do you report qualitprix?
Pay 350, I have a high-end snare that I can not replace.

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
Currently looking for a snare easier to record mtal, I tried the Tama Warlord steel (big sound, big attack, good sound linearis), David Silveria signature (power metal combines the warmth of wood), bubinga, maple was pais, a pearl aluminum, copper, Manu Katch signature (I really do too much harmonic AIM)
I want to try one bronze.
All are good snare trs (500,700 each)

I found none that are as many shades as mine. Even if it is that I like, I will not sell my maple! Is that of happiness.
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Intolight01/11/2008

Intolight's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Tama Starclassic 14 x 5.5" Snare
I'm talking about the 14 * 5.5 Birch / Bunbinga

- I have 6 months
- It is a snare highly reactive, accurate sound supporting the ghost notes extremely well, while retaining warmth and body.
the rimshot are powerful.
- CC is a really excellent, versatile. Personal I use in pop, rock or metal.
- Easy to give, not the parasite, coarse obtained very quickly.
- The price is very good quality and really there! ... nothing to report high quality finish, molded circles, skin original Evans G1 coated.
- The choice I would do again in a heartbeat.
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