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Old 05-21-2010, 01:18 PM
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thanks to Mikey777 for sending me some sample badges for the Japanese drum history page!

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Is there anyone out there that wants take on a challenge for Japanese drums? As you all know, I have my hands in a lot of projects and I just can't keep up on the details.

There are two pages I want need/want help with.

The goal is to categorize the Pearl Japanese Imports, Tama Japanese Imports and then the "" Japanese import names and Badges.

I started moving things around last night on this page.

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This page also needs better organization.

Japanese Drum Names

I know some of these might be Taiwan or Chinese imports so if anyone has more details and can help get these sections organized please let me know.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Old 05-24-2010, 01:17 AM
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anyone want to contribute?
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Old 05-24-2010, 01:49 AM
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Jonnistix is the guy as well as Osakabop...There you will find 90% of the answers.
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Old 05-24-2010, 02:36 AM
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I will help out with this David. Let me take a look at it this week, and hopefully Eric and Blake will help as well. Between us, we should be able to send up a mushroom cloud....I mean....we work together well!
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Old 05-24-2010, 02:41 AM
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Hey David,Give me a week or so i will mail out to you a photo CD with all the japanese badge's i have or should i say one's you don't have posted. I know my last email photo's were not that good to small..Mikey
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Ok, some guys on the bandwagon....

This will be a big help.

I will sticky this topic to keep track of it.

Mikey777, yes the early photos were blurry. If you have any not shown that would be a big help.

In fact if anyone has badge photos that would be great to add them to the page.

If we can break it down to lugs, strainers, parts and shells then the visual ID would be a great resources for drummers.

THEN maybe an article on how to improve the sound quality (hint hint) all in one spot.

Thanks!

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Old 05-24-2010, 05:57 PM
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I have a Star made "Duke" kit in White Satin Flame. I didn't see that badge on the site. Let me know if you would like me to send a pic.

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anyone want to contribute?
I have a Majestic drumset bought on 1982. It is totally original and I have never changed anything, not even the drumheads. The only thing I have bought some years after are the cymbals. I hope you can see my photos and please tell me any stories about the drumset.
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Cool outfit and cool pictures, my friend!!
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Hello,

Thought I would share with all of you one of my drum sets. Its a Tama Artstar Cordia from 1982. I've had this for 13 years now and just last summer I added on a second kick drum and most recently a 18" floor tom. I love these drums, but I will say I've been tempted to sell them to get Tama's new Stainless Steel or Bubinga Warlord kits... they're just to bad ass!

Pictures are here on my page.. www.myspace.com/drummerfromhellmusic
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