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Help me identify a Vintage Tama Imperialstar kit! Last viewed: 4 minutes ago

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Those are fantastic drums in my book & with a load of cymbals, pedals & a throne that is a good price, especially for the euro market. I can't really help with serials, but the type of tom mount indicates at least late 80's. skål!

1964 Ludwig Champagne Super Classic
1970 Ludwig Blue Oyster Super Classic
1977 Rogers Big R Londoner 5 ebony
1972/1978 Rogers Powertone/Big R mix ebony
60's Ludwig Supersensitive
Pearl B4514 COB snare ( the SC snare)
Pearl Firecracker
PJL WMP maple snare
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Posted on 8 years ago
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Star had Swing, Royal and Imperial series. Superstar came later around '76 when Tama's name was already established, Starclassic is from the 90's. As far as I know Star never had serial numbers, I own a few snares and none of them have serial numbers.

Posted on 8 years ago
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funkypoodle;381581

Those are fantastic drums in my book & with a load of cymbals, pedals & a throne that is a good price, especially for the euro market. I can't really help with serials, but the type of tom mount indicates at least late 80's. skål!

Thanks for the input! Funny though how 'Skål' is probably the most known Swedish word Cool Dude

Posted on 8 years ago
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neorich05;381583

Star had Swing, Royal and Imperial series. Superstar came later around '76 when Tama's name was already established, Starclassic is from the 90's. As far as I know Star never had serial numbers, I own a few snares and none of them have serial numbers.

Haha, shows how much I know about Star Drums Mind Blowi Genuinely thought that Superstars and Starclassics were older than that. The more you know :cool:

Posted on 8 years ago
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