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  1. FKA Tasty808

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    Default Namm 2022?

    Any news?

    Any wants?

    Post pics and links as you find them, crew!!!

    I saw someone mention in another thread that Tama has their 2022 offerings posted…
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Conover View Post
    Any news?

    Any wants?

    Post pics and links as you find them, crew!!!

    I saw someone mention in another thread that Tama has their 2022 offerings posted…
    Josh, I do believe the " Winter" NAMM was canceled for January. Next scheduled is in June 2022.
    Last edited by TMdrums; 01-02-2022 at 06:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMdrums View Post
    Josh, I do believe the " Winter" NAMM was canceled for January. Next scheduled is in June 2022.
    Read that as well. Makes good common sense.
    Still Way Too Much Crap

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    I'm good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumming-4-Life View Post
    As well as price increases across the board. If you've been wanting any specific gear, try to get it before it's out of stock or hiked in price!
    So true! Pre-ordered and payed for a couple of drums from Gretsch last June however, don't expect shipment to May. I'm guessing all drum equipment will most likely be experiencing price increases like most other products!

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    Oh bummer…

    I guess I was more or less just excited about new products. Are they canceling new products too? I hope not.

    I’d love to see Pearl kick up the Export and Decade line. Maybe add a few lugs to the floor toms and throw some Super Hoops on them. It’s crazy to me how frowned upon the Vision series was back in the day (2007?), but looking back, they were so well made compared to the Decades that basically took their place. The new Exports and Decades are on par with older Forum series drums imho.

    I’m always excited to see the new snares they have to offer.

    I’d love to see some more big crashes from Zildjian, 21” and 22” are great…
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Conover View Post
    Oh bummer…

    I guess I was more or less just excited about new products. Are they canceling new products too? I hope not.

    I’d love to see Pearl kick up the Export and Decade line. Maybe add a few lugs to the floor toms and throw some Super Hoops on them. It’s crazy to me how frowned upon the Vision series was back in the day (2007?), but looking back, they were so well made compared to the Decades that basically took their place. The new Exports and Decades are on par with older Forum series drums imho.

    I’m always excited to see the new snares they have to offer.

    I’d love to see some more big crashes from Zildjian, 21” and 22” are great…
    I'm sure the various drum, percussion and cymbal manufacturers as well as all musical instruments will advertise "pimp" there new products via websites for 2022 regardless of the cancelation of NAMM 2022

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Conover View Post
    Oh bummer…

    I guess I was more or less just excited about new products. Are they canceling new products too? I hope not.

    I’d love to see Pearl kick up the Export and Decade line. Maybe add a few lugs to the floor toms and throw some Super Hoops on them. It’s crazy to me how frowned upon the Vision series was back in the day (2007?), but looking back, they were so well made compared to the Decades that basically took their place. The new Exports and Decades are on par with older Forum series drums imho.

    I’m always excited to see the new snares they have to offer.

    I’d love to see some more big crashes from Zildjian, 21” and 22” are great…
    My friend had some original birch visions and that kit blew me away with how well it was put together and how good it sounded. Those kits were crazy value for the money. His was a cool transparent black fade too, it looked great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keaton_86 View Post
    My friend had some original birch visions and that kit blew me away with how well it was put together and how good it sounded. Those kits were crazy value for the money. His was a cool transparent black fade too, it looked great.
    exactly .. That series was just basically a pro kit priced at value IMO.. The did not cheap out on parts like the spurs, floor tom brackets.... lugs etc.. Go compare the parts on a Decade Maple to a Vision . LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh Conover View Post
    Oh bummer…

    I guess I was more or less just excited about new products. Are they canceling new products too? I hope not.

    I’d love to see Pearl kick up the Export and Decade line. Maybe add a few lugs to the floor toms and throw some Super Hoops on them. It’s crazy to me how frowned upon the Vision series was back in the day (2007?), but looking back, they were so well made compared to the Decades that basically took their place. The new Exports and Decades are on par with older Forum series drums imho.

    I’m always excited to see the new snares they have to offer.

    I’d love to see some more big crashes from Zildjian, 21” and 22” are great…
    I'd love to see Pearl discontinue the Decade's entirely. That entire product line is a black stain on their reputation IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HPD260 View Post
    I'd love to see Pearl discontinue the Decade's entirely. That entire product line is a black stain on their reputation IMO.
    What makes you say that?

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    Tama has already been launching some stuff...

    Star Reserve Stave Ash

    "This 14"x6.5" Stave Ash shell is the newest edition to the STAR Reserve series. Characterized by its brightness and sensitivity, Ash wood has a wide tonal range. Similar to a conga drum, 16 pieces of 10mm thick Ash wood staves are used to form this unique shell, delivering a quicker response and deeper tone than that of a ply or solid shell drum."
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    Club Jam Pancake kit

    "The Club-JAM Pancake kit combines the benefits of a compact & easily portable drum kit with professional quality sound and durability.
    This is achieved through the lightweight and minimalist design of the Club-JAM series. As the lightest and smallest option in the Club-JAM series, this Club-JAM Pancake kit offers a professional quality sound in any situation.
    The 3.5" deep tom and floor tom, paired with a 4" deep snare drum and bass drum can be easily packed in just a single bag thanks to the ultrashallow shell. The single-headed toms produce a crisp and warm sound with a strong attack. The double-headed snare drum produces a bright and sharp sound, along with significant low-end from the double-headed bass drum."
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    I can also say I've had a little preview of the new Natal stuff, I'm staying tight lipped but there's some great gear on the way from them!
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