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    Tama Roadpro Series Boom Cymbal Stand
    $7999
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    Tama Quick-Set Cymbal Mate
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    Tama Roadpro Series Snare Stand
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    Tama Iron Cobra 200 Series Single Bass Drum Pedal
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    Tama Cymbal Attachment
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    Tama Iron Cobra 600 Series Double Bass Drum Pedal
    $24999
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    Tama Iron Cobra 200 Series Double Bass Drum Pedal
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    Tama Superstar Classic Custom 7-Piece Shell Pack
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    Tama Nylon T Nut 2-Pack
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    Tama Starclassic Performer B/B Snare Drum
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    Tama Speed Cobra HP310LW Double Pedal
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    $450
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    $499
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    Tama Imperialstar 5-Piece Drum Set with Cymbals
    $69999
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    Tama Rhythm Watch RW200
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    Tama Multi-Clamp
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About Tama:

The company we know today as Tama was first introduced by Hoshino Gakki in 1965 as Star Drums (Hoshino is “star field” in Japanese). The drums were manufactured at Hoshino's subsidiary, Tama Seisakusho, which had opened in 1962 to manufacture Ibanez guitars and amplifiers. Though the production of guitars and amps was moved out of the factory by 1966, the production of drums there continued to grow. The two higher lines of drum models, Imperial Star and Royal Star, were introduced to the American market and were successful lower-cost drums competing against more expensive American-made drums.

By 1974, Hoshino had decided to make a concerted effort to make high-quality drums and hardware and resolved to start marketing the company’s drums under the Tama brand, named for the owner's wife, which means "jewel" in Japanese. In keeping with its heritage, "star" continues to be used in the names of Tama's drum models to this day.

Tama's high-end line of drums is called the Starclassic series, and is usually made from maple or a birch/bubinga combination. Starclassic series drums come with a more streamlined version of Tama's Star-Cast mounting system, made from aluminum, air-cushioned floor tom legs, "Hold Tight" washers (which keep the tension rods in place), die-cast hoops, and Evans drumheads as standard equipment.

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