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    I did some checking around today and I seen a set of Tama imperial star
    and a set of tama super star

    The super star ws 899 which included hardware and the imperial star was
    699 including all hardware.

    I was just wondering if anyone had any opinions on either of these sets.

    Allan

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    If it's a choice between those two, I would choose the Superstar, because it is an intermediate set, as opposed to the Imperial Star, which is a beginner set. You would be able to see a difference in the quality of the hardware on the two sets, as well as other quality enhancements on the Superstar. If you are serious about your drumming, go with the intermdiate, Superstar, kit. The "intermediate level" kits are also called the "student level" kits for a good reason. They are simply a better quality for the serious student drummer.

    Just out of curiosity, (1) are you able to go to a local music store to check out the kits that you are considering, and (2) why are you focusing on the Tama kits when there are other quality kits that have a lower price tag? Allan, everyone has their reasons, so I'm just asking.
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    I just got back from the music store and I purchased the Tama supstar set ,Bronze colored.
    I believe I got a good deal.
    I paid 800..tax and all and the kit is new and it includes all hardware,it doesnt include any cymbals,That will have to wait a few weeks ,my instructor said that would be ok.

    I take my first lesson next friday.

    Im ready to go and very excited

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    Cool Aunkster! Sounds like you did well! Congrats on the new kit. Now we'll expects you to post pics of it on the "Show Us Your Drums" thread, so that you can show it off, and we can all ooh and ah for you! It is cool to be able to see each other's kits. It's inspiring.
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    cool man, congrats. the superstar will do you well for many years till you are in need of a higher end kit. tama has always had good build quality.

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    another newborn drummer! congrats on the cool kit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aunkster View Post
    I just got back from the music store and I purchased the Tama supstar set ,Bronze colored.
    I believe I got a good deal.
    I paid 800..tax and all and the kit is new and it includes all hardware,it doesnt include any cymbals,That will have to wait a few weeks ,my instructor said that would be ok.

    I take my first lesson next friday.

    Im ready to go and very excited
    Ya show us rockin your new kit. Blessings........

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