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Tama Silverstar 4-Piece Jazz Shell Pack
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The Tama Silverstar 4-Piece Jazz Shell Pack delivers quality backed by decades of Tama's proven drum-making expertise, all at an affordable price tha...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Tama Silverstar 4-Piece Jazz Shell Pack delivers quality backed by decades of Tama's proven drum-making expertise, all at an affordable price that makes it an ideal entry-level or backup set for the serious drummer on a budget.
The Silverstar 4-Piece Jazz Shell Pack provides a classic configuration perfect for jazz, fusion, drum 'n bass, and jungle styles. The pack is built around a compact 18" x 14" kick drum with tom mount and lifter; 12" x 8" tom; 14" x 14" floor tom; and 14" x 5 snare.
Tama Silverstar drums are built with birch shells for punchy attack and resonant, penetrating tone. Outfitted with triple-flanged hoops, streamlined Star-Mount tom mounts, and versatile sliding tom holders that allow more flexible positioning, Tama Silverstar drums provide an exciting new choice for entry-level and intermediate drummers.
18" x 14" kick drum with tom mount and lifter
12" x 8" tom
14" x 14" floor tom
14" x 5 snare
A streamlined, compact shell kit that delivers with the punch and precision of birch.
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Comments about Tama Silverstar 4-Piece Jazz Shell Pack:
Like the heading says, a great little kit. Very high quality for the price. I own a set of Starclassic Maples and these are very comparable in sound capability and distinction. The closest kit on the market are the Gretsch Catalina Club (mahoghany, not the USA maple ones) and Tama's kit is without a doubt superior to that one.
100% birch shells in a compact size made by the best drum manufacturer out there. The sliding tom-mount is a great addition because I'm taller so I set farther back and moving the toms a few inches closer makes them much more comfortable.
These things tune in a jiff and sustain that tuning. If you play them light with some splashsticks or the like they'll lay back and give some solidity to what you need and when you need to lay into them they will not let you down. I'm not enamored with the snare but that's only because I prefer metal instead of wood.
Seriously? For this amount to get this much punch and definition you really can't beat what Tama is offering.