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Re: Tama bubnjevi

Post by Woody » May 13th, 2011, 12:22 am

Dobro, jel' neko probao SC? Mozda ne izgleda moderno kao demon ili axis, ali verovatno dobro radi, a svi mrace kao da je nedajboze amati :wacko:
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Post by Boris J » May 13th, 2011, 9:56 am

Jel ima negde kod nas da se proba? (u nekoj radnji?)
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Post by ProFTW » May 13th, 2011, 11:15 am

Kod nas mislim da nema. Koliko se ja razumem Mix radi Tamu, ali ja nisam video da imaju SC u radnji.

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Probah je ja kad bejah u amriki, ne nesto preterano, drkao sam duplu jedno lapo sata sto je, slazem se, nikako dovoljno da se stekne utisak o pedali, ali meni licno se nimalo nije svidela, cak ni na prvu loptu.
Sto se tice odluke Gavina - nijedna Chain drive pedala ne moz bit brza od bilo koje direct drive pedale (fizika i tako to) tako kontam da je njegov potez cisto marketinske prirode.
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Re: Tama bubnjevi

Post by Woody » May 13th, 2011, 12:19 pm

Ma, naravno, reklama bato... samo kazem da sumnjam da bi takav svirac uzeo losu pedalu samo zbog love... mozda gresim :smor:
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Re: Tama bubnjevi

Post by Niki67 » May 18th, 2011, 12:36 am

Tama Warlord Exotix Kit

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Tama tried something different in 2006 with its Warlord collection snares, obviously appealing to the goth/ Warhammer fantasists out there. So the shock of seeing this complete Warlord bubinga shell kit is somewhat diluted. It’s still a fearsomely majestic sight, though.

Tama was one of the earliest companies to use bubinga, otherwise known as African rosewood, back in 2003. It’s still an exotic timber, but has caught on with several companies including Peace, Dixon and ddrum. Tama has a tradition of releasing a limited edition Exotix kit each year, and 2007’s was this Warlord kit, inspired by the 2006 Masai Warlord snare.

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The kit is essentially a Starclassic Bubinga which has been armed with Warlord lugs, Swarovski crystals and Exotix finish. As with previous Exotix special editions, it is only available as a fixed seven-piece kit.

Four Warlord snares were premiered in 2006 – two in wood (bubinga and maple) and two in metal. Our Warlord kit is based on the bubinga Masai Warlord snare, which is included in the package. Each shell is 100 percent bubinga ply with an outer veneer of quilted bubinga.

The finish is called African Twilight, a high-gloss lacquer which has a dark chocolate middle fading to light brown with the swirling grain of the quilted bubinga top and bottom of each shell. The character of the rosewood leaves a slightly rougher nap on the inside of the shells than, say, maple. Examining each shell for neat, angled joins and perfect roundness is a pleasure, since everything looks spot on.

There are three mounted toms (8"x7", 10"x8" and 12"x9") plus two floor toms (14"x12", 16"x14"), all with 7mm/nine-ply shells. The 22"x18" bass drum is a little thicker, with an 8mm/nine-ply shell. And the Masai snare is 14"x6" with an even thicker 10mm/12-ply shell. Each drum has a paper plate inside, bearing a serial number and signed by the individual handicraftsman.

On the edge

Bearing edges are nice and sharp, cut at 45 degrees inside and out and landing on the second or third ply, about one quarter of the way into the shell. The edge finish is silky – not quite as amazingly shiny as the Pearl Masters MCX, but just as functional. The show-stopping Warlord lugs are thick tubes ornamented at both ends with gothicstyle squared fixing posts. Each drum also has a large star-shape badge in similar style. Both lugs and badges have small, jet black Swarovski crystals inserted centrally.

Together with the denser than average shells, this makes for a seriously heavy kit overall. Toms are mounted via Tama’s Star-Cast brackets which, thankfully, are aluminium, so you save a bit of weight there. Each mount is contoured so that it snuggles right in under the die-cast rim of the drum. This makes it easier to position your toms closer together – handy when you have three of them.

The hoops are Star-Cast die-moulded zinc, and the rods have Hold-Tight washers of stainless steel, which are cup-shaped and have rubber insert rings to prevent loss of tension under heavy playing. The metalwork is finished in brushed black nickel, contrasting handsomely with the brown shells. The bass drum claw hooks have rubber spacers that help protect the wooden hoops. Hooks and hoops are integrated so that they can’t separate or rattle, even on loose tunings.

Each bass drum spur has 10 calibrations so you can get the exact length of spur extension to level up your bass drum precisely.

The Masai snare has a short-throw, radial action lever strainer, which is as smooth as they come. The 20-strand hi-carbon steel snares have brass end plates and can be tensioned from both strainer and butt ends. And the butt plate is cleverly designed so that, using a drum key, you can remove it while the snares are still attached. This allows you to change the bottom head (or alter its tuning) while keeping the snare attached and at the tension you’ve set.

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Bubinga is said to be around 50 percent denser than either maple or birch, and when you come to pick up the drums you’ll certainly believe it. Whereas maple is warm and bright, birch darker and more focused, bubinga seems to accentuate the extremes. It certainly has depth, but it also cuts through.

If it misses out anywhere it’s in the middle frequencies, and the advantage of this is it cuts out any muddiness. The thicker shell of the snare drum accentuates the higher overtones so that it really does have an impressive edge. The bass drum comes fitted with a single-ply, 10 mil Evans EQ4, a warm head that brings out the depth. Changing it for a Remo Powerstroke-3 confirmed it had a solid bottom end with impressive power.

Again, the bubinga character of extra top and bottom with less middle is attractive, as it stops the bass drum from booming quite so much as, say, a maple drum. It combined a hard edge with deep tone.

The toms, particularly the smaller ones, have a startling attack, a real blast followed by good sustain. And that’s with the supplied twin-ply Evans G2 batters. With a single-ply G1 there was even more of a blast. We assume Tama fits double-ply batters because the kit is aimed at heavy hitters. We had no problem getting distinct interval jumps between each drum in the set.

With the wide range of five toms you can have great fun thundering round doing your best Adrian Erlandsson impression. In fact, tuning is made easy by the die-cast rims. The smallest tom has just four lugs, but the Star-Cast hoop is plenty strong enough to hold the tension true. The smaller toms all tune in just a few micro-turns of the key. The difference between a piercing ping and a deep thwack is less than one full turn of the key.

Despite the Star-Cast bracket, changing batters on the small toms is easy since when you undo the tension bolts the whole mounting assembly comes off with the hoop. A small moan, though: there is very little clearance between lugs and hoops so, unless you have dainty fingers, it’s almost impossible to do the bolts up to finger tight – you need a key all the way. This slows down the operation. Changing the bass drum head, for example, takes ages.
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Re: Tama bubnjevi

Post by Woody » May 18th, 2011, 12:58 am

Dakle starclassic sa sminkom... Hvala nik, svaka cast za research :thumbup:
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Post by Matija » May 18th, 2011, 1:08 am

losom sminkom. :D

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Re: Tama bubnjevi

Post by Woody » May 18th, 2011, 10:22 am

Dobro, to je vec pitanje ukusa... lepo pise da su im ciljna grupa ovi sto se loze na gotiku i Warhammer. Wardrums... bum bu-bum bu-bum bu-bu-bu-bum...
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Re: Tama bubnjevi

Post by Boris J » May 18th, 2011, 10:49 am

ako je sudeci po ovom klipu zvuchi senzacionalno... sad, shto koshta toliko zbog kristalchica i ovih chivija itd je druga stvar, ali ono to je svakako marketovano za odredjene ljude koji se loze na to i imaju mnogo para... ali generalno, tama hejteri, kazite mi shta ovde ne valja:

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shto kaze batica u klipu, zvuchi kao san... minus ceo taj look i cena ali zvuchno 'ebe mame...
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Post by ProFTW » May 18th, 2011, 11:19 am

Boris J wrote:...ali generalno, tama hejteri, kazite mi shta ovde ne valja
Taj Tama logo na prednjoj plastici... :thumbup:
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Post by Boris J » May 18th, 2011, 11:33 am

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ili ako smeta i taj logo, poshto u poslednje vreme mnogima smeta...

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pa uzivajte u zvuku bez opterecenja :thumbup:
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Re: Tama bubnjevi

Post by Matija » May 18th, 2011, 12:19 pm

da citiramo jednog uvazenog gospodina italijanskog porekla: "What should I play? Tama and Paiste, perhaps? Come on..." lol

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Post by Miron » May 18th, 2011, 12:25 pm

:D :D :D WIN!!! Da ne kažem Winnie :D
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Post by Woody » May 18th, 2011, 1:41 pm

Boris J wrote:kazite mi shta ovde ne valja
Lik za bubnjevima :smor: Btw, osim par poznatih endorsera, uglavnom se duduci slikaju za ozbiljne firme i postavljaju zvanicne review-ove :blink: WTH? Kad bih po ovoj "reklami" odlucivao, nikad se ne bih odlucio za taj banj.
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Re: Tama bubnjevi

Post by Boris J » May 18th, 2011, 2:45 pm

ako mislish na ovaj klip koji sam ja ostavio to je neki dechko iz poljske prodavnice bubnjeva koji je samo snimio demo za set, nije nikakav endorser itd...

a, na temu vinnie-a lol jbg, ja obozavam njegovo sviranje ali nisam bash lud za njegovim "zvukom" :)

mada tama je definitivno osamdesetih sa hair metal bendovim i powersized tomovima dobila reputaciju bubnja za "glupe metalce" :) meni to nikad nije smetalo, ja volim bon jovi :D
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