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Building a SilverStar snare
Mchappie
#1 Posted : 6/14/2017 7:14:57 PM

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My daughter was given a SilverStar shell by her School of Rock instructor. He wants her to learn how to build one. I want to get the proper strainer and butt plate to go with it. Can anyone help on which are the proper parts?

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#2 Posted : 6/14/2017 8:09:30 PM
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Someone smarter than I will know, but in the meantime, here's the page you need: http://www.tama.com/worl...rum/strainer/index.html

Make a few measurements and you'll find what you need.

Looks like a great project. Do you get to keep the drum?
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#3 Posted : 6/14/2017 9:00:14 PM

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Someone smarter than I will know, but in the meantime, here's the page you need: http://www.tama.com/worl...rum/strainer/index.html

Make a few measurements and you'll find what you need.

Looks like a great project. Do you get to keep the drum?



The hole measurements match several different styles, I just want the correct style for that drum, especially with that low of a serial number. And yes, she gets to keep it.
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#4 Posted : 6/14/2017 10:54:33 PM
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That is so cool. I'm happy for your daughter, and Kudos to the teacher
for his style of encouragement.

yak
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#5 Posted : 6/15/2017 3:25:36 AM

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That's actually a limited edition Birch with Oak outer ply snare in natural finish, which I believe they sold exclusively at Sam Ash with the whole kit. Amazingly, I can't find a single picture. Anyway, RARE drum!
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Bill@Tama
#6 Posted : 6/15/2017 2:11:17 PM
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Yeah, this was part of a limited Tamo Ash kit that was made in 3 different finishes. This one looks to be the Matte Tan Tamo Ash finish.



This snare drum would have originally had the MCS70A and MCS70B strainer and butt.
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#7 Posted : 6/15/2017 2:13:26 PM

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Originally Posted by: Bill@Tama Go to Quoted Post
Yeah, this was part of a limited Tamo Ash kit that was made in 3 different finishes. This one looks to be the Matte Tan Tamo Ash finish.



This snare drum would have originally had the MCS70A and MCS70B strainer and butt.



Thank you so much! I will order those part today!
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#8 Posted : 6/17/2017 3:30:38 PM

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Not that it matters HW wise, but are we sure this is Tamo Ash and not Oak?
2015 Starclassic Bubinga, Made in Japan, LUM Magnetic Orange / Chrome, 24x16/13x9/16x14
Straight T Badge CW Superstars, 6/8/10/12/XX/13/15/18/24x16/24x16
2014 Silverstar Maple (Dale's Drum Shop Exclusive), Super Honey Burst, 10x8/12x9/16x14/22x18 with matching 14x6 snare
2011-2012(?) Silverstar Birch Transparent Blue Burst, 10x8/12x9/16x14/22x18 with matching 14x5 snare
Snares: Starclassic Select Walnut 14x5.5, 40th Anniversary CW 14x6.5, Silverstar Mirage 14x6, Metalworks Satin Bronze 14x6, Superstar Classic Cherry Wine 14x6.5
4 Starclassic Lug High Pitch Octobans with Stilt stand
Need 80-83 Straight T Badge Superstar, stained bearing edge, Cherry Wine: 12x8
Want: Superstar Hyperdrive Maples
Want: 2012 Starclassic Select Walnut kit
Want: Silverstars Transparent Black VL84RBD2
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