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    These have G14 (360 model) on top and G1 (regular model) on bottom. Kick has a PS Pro on batter and PS3 logo head on reso.

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    I went to the Musik Messe in Frankfurt last wednesday.

    Check out the pictures and vids at the Yamaha Drummers fan page.

    More vids (including interviews) will follow soon.
    Last edited by musiqman; 04-12-2017 at 09:16 AM.

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    -update-

    A new public group has been made. Please come, follow and share the love and knowledge.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/384811858569052/

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    Just picked up an Anton Fig snare!

    I'm not sure how to rotate an attached file on here...
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    i thought i fixed it but now it smaller

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    Thought I'd jump in and add my sons set we just got. Any info/tips/tricks would be great!!! I posted in the main area before I saw this post:

    Here is a kit I just got for my 8yr old son, (well he is paying for part of it)

    Yamaha Beech Custom, Made in Japan

    6 pc set:
    10x8 - WTT810 0M-5643
    12x9 - WTT812 0M-5643
    14x11 - WTT814 0M-0134
    16x13 - WTT816 0M-5657
    22x18 - WBD822 0M-5688

    The cymbals are junk (except for 1) so that is the next upgrade path.

    This is a terrible iPhone recording of him playing them for the first time at lunch. He was pretty excited couldn't hardly play.
    https://soundcloud.com/user-36429101/doublebass





    Last edited by blowery; 08-22-2017 at 05:55 PM.

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    ^Nice kit! Thanks for sharing.

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    I had the pleasure of hearing this kit in person last night during a clinic put on by jazz great Jeff Hamilton.

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    It's Yamaha's flagship Phoenix line in Textured Amber Burst. This is the only model still handcrafted in Japan and it looked and sounded amazing.

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    11 plies make up this kit. The center ply, jatoba, is an extremely hard wood that provides the drum's core note. On either side are four plies of kapur, which is a softer wood than jatoba. The inner and outer plies of the shell are customized, using maple or a combination of a burled ash outer ply and a maple inner ply.

    Kapor is a dipterocarp hardwood from trees of the genus Dryobalanops found in lowland tropical rain forests of Malaysia, Indonesia and South-East Asia. It is a durable construction tropical timber.

    Jatoba is probably most commonly known in North America as “Brazilian Cherry,” and it has been adopted largely by the flooring industry.

    Specs:

    Rack tom: 12x8"
    Floor tom: 14x13"
    Bass drum: 18x16"

    MSRP for 3pc: $4,699.98

    Features:

    30 degree bearing edges
    Die-Cast hoops
    Quick "pop off" lugs.

    Here's a really short :14 sec video I took with my phone to give you an idea how it sounded.

    Last edited by late8; 11-03-2017 at 07:58 AM.

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