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It has the looks, feel and sound of a fully-fledged pro kit - just like the more expensive kit it replaces.At the end of last year Tama transferred the production of its Starclassic Bubinga and Starclassic Maple kits to China.
With a single exception (the 18" floor tom), each diameter of drum can be supplied in at least two and as many as four different depths, including Tama's super-short Hyperdrive sizes.
The new Bubinga kit is also over £500 cheaper than the Japanese kit it replaces.
With Starclassic Bubinga kits now being supplied as snareless shell packs, the five-piece review kit is made up of an undrilled 22"x20" bass drum, 10"x8" and 12"x9" rack toms and 14"x12" and 16"x14" floor toms.
The equipment includes: "New Imperial Lugs", "Classic Tom Mounts" Tom rossettes from the "ATLAS" hardware series, "Silver Legacy Badge" series plates, "Fold Out Spurs" bass drums and "Cast Claws" tensioning claws.
Tama's reputation suggests that it would never rush into a decision and a great deal of preparation has clearly taken place before the transferral of the production of one of its flagship lines to China.
While China has become a destination of choice for countless manufacturers at lower price levels, production of high-end pro ranges such as the is less common.
What lies behind the switch is the perennial need to keep costs down, and the price difference between this new Chinese-manufactured Starclassic Bubinga and an equivalent made-in-Japan Starclassic Elite tops £1200.
I'm in the process of listing a bunch of cymbals and I have several old Sabians- I did a google search to find a site dedicated to dating Sabian cymbals, but nothing came up. drummers don't have piles of money laying around, just piles of drums." -- Gord the Drummer Haha! I can't figure out why rivets were put in this thing, it's so thick! Doing some research it seems that the Italian cymbal company Tosco was the beginning for Sabian and was tasked to make cymbals under the Sabian name.
"95% of the average 'weekend warrior's' problems could be solved by an additional 30 minutes of insightful practice." -- Anonymous "Let's be honest... Here's the weirdest cymbal in the lot: a 22" 3470g Ride with 4 rivets.
A number of cymbals manufacturers were founded in Pistoia after the*First World War, starting a competition.On January 6, 1931 four companies (Marradi-Benti, Zanchi & Biasei, Rosati Leopoldo and A. Fratelli Tronci) founded a*cooperative society*called UFIP to stop the competition between cymbals manufacturers.*In 1947 Zanchi left UFIP to start his own company, Zanchi*(later spelled "Zanki").*In 1968 UFIP changed from a cooperative society to an actual production company.*The grandson of Rosati, Buiani, co-founded with Giovanni Spadacini the Tosco company in 1974.
In 1979,*Robert Zildjian*took over Tosco and transformed it in a*Sabian*subsidiary.
Bubinga is an extremely dense wood - over 50 percent harder than maple and birch and so the drums are distinctly, although not uncomfortably, heavy.