Reviews and Problems with Yamaha Stage Custom Birch
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17 December 2013
Summary: Practice and gigs, Excellent price point and lots of add on options to make this a very versitle kit. Could improve on the bass drum claws imo they need a rubber gasket to keep the wood seperate from the metal
Summary: When I was looking for a drum set i was dead set on a maple kit,after talking to my drum teacher, who has three Yamaha kits, he sugested the stage custon birch. I was concerned that birch would not be a good rock sounding kit,I put Remo Pin Stripe heads on this kit and it totally RAWKS \m/ With the money I saved I invested in higher quality cymbals. I couldnt be happier!!!
Summary: When I was looking for a kit, I was dead set on a maple kit. After talking to my drum teacher who has three Yamaha kits, he sugested the Yamaha stage custom birch. I was worried that this wasent going to be a good sounding rock kit. After putting Remo pin strips on all the toms it totally RAWKS \m/ With the money I saved by purchasing this kit I able to afford top quaility cymbals!
Summary: The most beautiful drums I've ever seen. Unfortunately, they discontinued the Sapphire Blue color. I was lucky enough to get my hands on a set. Amazing sound, sturdy hardware. Easily the best drums on the planet!
Pros: Beautiful Color, Great Sound, Huge Tone, Responsive, Sensitive, Versatile
Summary: I been looking for an overall great set of drums, and I was debating between this kit and the Tama Silverstar... The Raven black immediately caught my eyes! And the sound is just superior! Buy this kit! Bang for your buck.
Pros: Great Sound, Perfect Sustained Tone, Responsive, Sensitive, Versatile