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Posted: Sunday, January 7, 2018 11:56 AM


Early 2000's Tama Rockstar (Red sparkle, mahogany shells. I've played metal gigs, jazz gigs, folk pop gigs, and electro-style gigs with this kit. I've also recorded with it in the studio and brought it with me on a 1-month US tour. It truly holds it down in any musical situation. It's very durable and built to last forever-- that's what being a ROCKSTAR is all about).
--22" X 18" left kick drum
--22" X 18" right kick drum (w/ Tama transporting bag!)
--8" X 7" rack tom
--10" X 8" rack tom
--12" X 10" rack tom (w/ Tama transporting bag!)
--13" X 11" rack tom (w/ Tama transporting bag!)
--16" X 16" floor tom (w/ Tama transporting bag!)
Take this shell pack for $650! (Tom mounting and single kick drum pedals included).

Snare Drums:
--Early 2000's 14" X 6.5" Pearl Sensitone. $200. (brass shell).
--Early 2000's 10" X 6" Pearl Popcorn. $200. (maple shell)
...or take this pair of snare drums for $375!

--18" Paiste Signature Power crash. $275. (This cymbal has GUTS!)
--15" Paiste Dimensions hi-hats. $150. (These are rare and LOUD! It's the precursor to Paiste's Alpha series).
--20" Paiste 302 ride. $50.
--12" Han Chi china cymbal. $30.
--13" Sabian B8 hi-hats (20 year old cymbals with no cracks, ready to last another 20 years!). $30.
--16" Zildjian ZBT-Plus china. $25.
--18" Paiste 502 crash (slight crack along the edge). $25.
--10" Sabian Pro-Sonix splash. $25.
...or take all these cymbals for $550! (Includes Tama cymbal bag that fits all these cymbals).

--Gibraltar ultra-adjust snare drum stands (2). $50 each, or $80 for the pair.
--Two Enduro hard snare drum cases, both 14" X 6.5". $75 for the pair.
--Gibraltar 3-leg swivel hi-hat stand (with bonus extra clutch). $50.
--Gibraltar double-boom stand (capable of mounting a third stand). $50.
--Gibraltar double bass pedal. $50. (It's an entry level pedal, comes w/ transporting bag!)
--Gibraltar straight cymbal stand. $30.
--Tama no-leg hi-hat stand mount (attaches to the rim of the left kick drum to support a no-leg hi-hat stand, facilitating a comfortable double kick drum setup). $30.
--Tama cymbal stand BASE. Free-- just take it! (needs the top half of the stand which is cheap to buy new).
...or take all this hardware for $320!

The total for everything listed here is $1900. But if you want to take everything in one shot, it's all yours for $1500!

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