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NAMM 2013: See Yamaha's New Acoustic Drum Kits and Accessories
The Oak Custom Drums are designed with a greater focus on playing in live situations, and are cunstructed from 1.2mm oak plies.
Available Emerald, Amber and Black Shadow Sunburst finishes, as well as Black Wood, the kits feature hardware designed to with innovative ideas to deliver incredible stability and reliability even in the most demanding stage environment.
Also launched is the Snare Set and Drum Trigger Set. Both feature the DTX500 Drum Module, and are the easiest way to add hundreds of extra sounds to your acoustic Yamaha kit.
Keep an eye on our NAMM page for all the latest product launches from the NAMM Show.
Posted on 24 Jan 2013 19:45 to category : Instruments News
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