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    Neil Peart's "Artstar" kit

    Thank you for those spec I always knew those Tama drum were birch shells.He didn’t start using maple until Ludwig.
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    Neil Peart's "Artstar" kit

    Your wrong the artstars didn’t come out until 1986. That when Tama started investing into maple shells and they were 9 ply canadian maple
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    Neil Peart's "Artstar" kit

    Correct Elvis. The second tama kit was 4 ply birch shells.
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    Neil Peart's "Artstar" kit

    Those candy apple red tamas were 4 ply birch shells. Tama didn’t star making maple shells until the artstar ll drum and those didn’t come out until 1987 after Neil left tama.You can look it up in the history of tama drum. The first tama kit was the superstar 8ply birch.
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