Drum Set Reviews
Tama drums have been churning out great selling drum sets for decades, and are definately one of the biggest drum manufacturers today. Both their Starclassic and Superstar series have been really popular. Why? Because they offer good quality and sound.
To start off, Tama have their entry-level set the Imperialstar and they finish with the more exotic top-end Starclassic Bubinga. Enjoy!
This is the top set available in Tama's high-end Starclassic series. Made from 100% bubinga wood, it is a unique offering at this high price level. So what does an all bubinga drum set sound like? Tama Starclassic Bubinga.
Another one of Tama's high-end sets, this time made from 100% quality maple for a more conventional, classic sound with plenty of warmth and resonance. It's played by many pro drummers too. Tama Starclassic Maple.
An interesting combination of birch and bubinga has been used to make the Starclassic Performer B/B. It has the bright attacking qualities of birch, but also the powerful low-end presence of bubinga. Tama Starclassic.
Part of Tama's very successful mid-range Superstar series, the Hyperdrive has much shallower tom depths than is usual these days. The idea is to give players a very clear and powerful sound with plenty of top-end. Tama Superstar Hyperdrive.
Made from a mixture of birch and basswood, the Superstar Custom Accel represents the slightly cheaper end of the Superstar series. With some decent Tama hardware thrown in, is it a good deal? Tama Superstar.
The Imperialstar has been brought back and replaces Tama's previous entry-level Swingstar set. With some good hardware and a few quality features, the Imperialstar could offer new players a great starter set. Tama Imperialstar.