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September 9, 2004
Taye Drums announced three more drumset configurations for 2004, catering to different styles with an expansive 15-piece set, oversized 5-piece, and double kick drum set.
The three drumsets are as follows:
Taye Ultimate Monster Drumset -- fifteen piece drumset -- includes kick drum (available in 18", 20", 22", or 24" sizes), two floor toms, four rack toms, matching wood snare drum; also includes two additional StainlessSteel snare drums; two timbales; three GoRack toms -- hardware included. Estimated street price: $3395.
Taye Ultimate Classic Rock Drumset -- five piece classic oversized drumset -- 24" kick drum; 16" and 18" floor toms; 14" rack tom; 14" snare drum -- includes hardware pack. The Ultimate Classic Rock Drumset is available as part of Taye's StudioMaple, TourPro, and RockPro lines.
Taye Nine Piece Double Kick Drumset -- two 22" kick drums; 14" and 16" floor toms; 8", 10", 12", 13" rack toms; 14" snare drum -- hardware pack included. Estimated street price: $1145.
For more information, visit their web site at www.tayedrums.com