Shared August 2, 2019
When Tama first announced the discontinuation of its much-celebrated Starclassic Bubinga/Birch series, there was some consternation among fans of the legendary Japanese brand. The bubinga/birch drums were loved by a heavy contingent of pros and amateurs alike, and I know quite a few drummers who personally expressed their disappointment that the B/B drums wouldn’t be produced anymore. Enter the Starclassic Walnut/Birch series.
Tama shipped over a four-piece Starclassic Walnut/Birch shell pack with a 22" x 16" bass drum, 10" x 8" and 12" x 9" toms, and 16" x 14" floor tom in Lacquer Phantasm Oyster finish (a dope name that is indeed a stunning lacquer finish) for us to check out. How does it stack up to its predecessor?
Read the full review at https://wp.me/p7Np7V-4kn and check out more at drummagazine.com!
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