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  • yamaha 840 or tama 1st chair?

    hi there,

    I have have a Yamaha HS1100 (gas spring), but it´s really heavy and the seat is simply huge! So, it´s like a hell to carry it on. I´d like a round seat and these two were the best I found. Which one do you prefer?


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  • #2
    i personally love the tama 1st chairs. they are one of the most attractive and comfortable thrones i have ever satten (hopefully thats a word) on. i am currently saving up for the four leg version of that tama throne. i say go tama!
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    • #3
      I've got a 1ste chair Tama Ergo-rider whit backrest and I love it !
      Clever design and sturdy as hell, but they aren't supposed to be called a lightweight.

      So I vote Tama o.c.

      But if your throne is still sturdy enough, why to change ?

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      • #4
        The Tama.
        Originally posted by Hunk-a-hunk-a-burning-love
        well if I was a chic I would never get out of bed playing with my lady bits, so that point is moot :p

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        • #5
          I have the Tama HT430 - good solid throne. Would still be my primary throne had I not given it to my 5 year old daughter. I'm currently using a Pork Pie round and my rear end could not be happier...
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Clone285051
            I've got a 1ste chair Tama Ergo-rider whit backrest and I love it !
            Clever design and sturdy as hell, but they aren't supposed to be called a lightweight.

            So I vote Tama o.c.

            But if your throne is still sturdy enough, why to change ?
            As I said before, it´s too big and heavy weight. So it´s really really dificult to carry it on gigs.
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