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Old 03-10-2011, 01:15 PM
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After 6 years being away from drums, i planned to buy my new drums set. I'm not short in money and want to get an nice drums set. What is the best Japan made drums set that i can buy?
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Old 03-12-2011, 08:03 AM
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Welcome to DSC jimmydrums.

Most drums are imported and you really should go to the drum shops and try before you buy.

Then you need to shop around for the best price.

Some sites to consider are:
Musiciansfriend.com
EBay.com
Craigslist.com
Shopzilla.com

and so on before you settle for a drum kit. I'm sure that there are many members here on the forum that will be able to help.

We also have a "Used Drums for Sale" posts here st DSC.

Good luck to you and happy drumming.
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Old 03-12-2011, 10:50 AM
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Hey guy, welcome to DSC.

Japanese, Japanese...hmmm...

I'm pretty sure a nice Yamaha would be good for the introduction back into the drumset world.

Like Tainojim said, musiciansfriend.com or ebay.com is a good place to start looking.
Have a nice look.

By the way, what style you play?
Shelbs
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Old 03-12-2011, 02:36 PM
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Canopus Japanese sword drum kit.... drums..sweet

You may be lucky to find a rare 70s Hoshino drum kit or star stencil.....
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Canopus Japanese sword drum kit.... drums..sweet

You may be lucky to find a rare 70s Hoshino drum kit or star stencil.....
The guy said he has no money and you suggest a vintage year?

tisk, tisk.
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Old 03-12-2011, 04:08 PM
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I could have suggested beach combing for some Yamaha drum kits as driftwood.....
Thats If you like radioactive drum kits...they glow in the dark like the new Spaun drum kits...
when your "not short in money" that normally means you have it..........
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I could have suggested beach combing for some Yamaha drum kits as driftwood.....
Thats If you like radioactive drum kits...they glow in the dark like the new Spaun drum kits...
when your "not short in money" that normally means you have it..........

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Chernobyl disaster
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