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The distinct and traditional Birch sound enjoyed for over thirty years, has reached a new plateau by using...
Back in the 1970's Tama realized that the quality of drum shells was seriously lacking worldwide... so they decided to do something about it. And ever since then they've been recognized by drummers everywhere and in every genre for their superior hardware. Easy to setup and even easier to play on, offering a playability and tone you won't find anywhere else, Tama shell packs have become the standard against which almost all other drums are compared. So whether you're just getting into drumming or you're looking to upgrade your current kit, you'll definitely find what you're looking for in this section.
If you're just starting out, begin your search with something simple like the stunningly designed Tama Silverstar Accel-Driver 5-Piece Shell Pack. Featuring a kick, two toms, a floor tom and a snare, it has maximized both high-end cut and deep bass response making it as versatile as you need it to be. Crafted of birch for a punchy attack and full, projecting tone, it sounds and looks absolutely incredible.
More interested in something a little more professional? Then you're here for the Tama Starclassic Performer B/B EFX Limited Edition 6-Piece Shell Pack. With three toms, a mounted bass drum, two floor toms and a snare, all constructed with five outer plies of birch, and three inner plies of bubinga, these drums have a sweet and deep hybrid tone that demands attention. And with a more intuitive design and aluminum hardware, it has a lightweight, streamline feel you'll appreciate every time you get behind your kit.
Tama is a name that truly means something in the music industry. That's why headliners like Metallica's Lars Ulrich, John Tempesta of White Zombie, Anthrax's Charlie Benante, Prince drummer John Blackwell and so many other big names have all integrated Tama shells into their setups. Don't you think it's time you joined that list as well?