Earlier this year (way earlier), the good people at Sakae shipped over one of the company’s new Road Anew drum sets. The series is Sakae’s first foray into the mid-level market for U.S. consumers, but it’s loaded with high-end features so I was really excited to check it out. We’ll get to the specs in […]Read more "Sakae Road Anew Drum Set Review"
They’re back! Tama’s original run of Superstar drums have an excellent reputation among collectors, and are favored for their full, focused, and punchy tone. The first-run Supes were available from approximately 1976-1986, and mostly featured 6-ply, 9mm thick all-Birch shells without reinforcement rings (although earlier models were built with a 4-ply, 6mm thick all-birch shells […]Read more "Tama Superstar Classic 5-piece Shell Pack Review"
Sometimes an instrument just speaks to you. From the second you sit down, playing feels like a conversation with an old friend. Every note is right where you need it, and each sounds better than the last. It feels like you’re getting answers to questions before you knew you wanted them. It’s a weird sensation. […]Read more "Sakae Trilogy Series Drums Review"
Sakae Drums sent over a beautiful five piece Trilogy kit, an aluminum snare, and a selection of hardware for review. Can’t wait to share the full write-up with you. Here’s a quick teaser. See the full Trilogy review here.Read more "Sakae Trilogy Drums, Aluminum Snare, and Hardware Review Teaser"