If I ever get a 2nd kit -- the war will be on between Tama and Yamaha. For now, I'm in love with my Tama gear. I've been very impressed with their build quality across kits, snares and hardware.
I agree with Hector on their snares. So many great options and possibilities.
I understand and respect your point, Joe. And I never mean to speak for anyone else. What I said is strictly my opinion. I should have been more clear, that that was how I see it.
But still, best to the OP. I hope it works out for him better than it has so far.
Just spent 15 minutes looking for obscure canned foods. After articles lead me to obscure foods of Asia and Britain, I don't think I could ever live in either part of the world. Italy is looking better by the day. LOL
And then there's this. Fake I'm sure but still funny.
Especially when it...
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More drums = pretty good
Lots and lots more drums = stupendous
I'd like to know when personal opinions became something that can be quantified against each other. Like what you like, respect talent, ability and other musician's ability to diversify. I agree...how does this become a competition?