A quieter bass drum is now as simple as switching the beater on your pedal. Soft Sound Beater provides a significant decrease in volume, but allows you to use your regular bass drum pedal and bass drum head with a natural and accurate feel. It's useful not only for low volume gigs and applications but also practice at low volume.
The first timekeeper designed specifically for the band's timekeeper, TAMA's Rhythm Watch has everything a drummer needs to make sure they stay on tempo-live and in the studio. Like the original Rhythm Watch, the RW200 features plenty of volume to use while playing real drums, a dial for quick tempo adjustments, separate volumes for quarter notes, eighths and triplets, but now features a large, easy to read backlit display, a more durable housing and keypad, and even more memory for pattern storage.
Message in a Snare Drum...
Stewart Copeland's signature model is a faithful reproduction of the snare drum of "mysterious provenance" that he used with the Police and everything else from that time period. A brass shell that's 0.5mm thicker than the standard 1mm shell and the combination of a die-cast batter hoop with a triple flanged bottom hoop provides sounds that easily penetrate what Copeland describes as the "dirge from the bass and the ear-piecing sounds of a guitar."
The Cocktail-JAM Kit™ is a TAMA original in both appearance and sound. It’s ideal for hip-hop, jazz, intimate acoustic settings, and tight rehearsal rooms. Completely compact, this kit can easily be set up and played using a throne in spaces much smaller than a typical drum set. Additionally, the Cocktail-JAM Kit and its hardware can be easily packed into just two bags (included with the kit), making it super portable and easy to transport to any gig.