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Good floor tom recommendations ?
Old 15th August 2011
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Good floor tom recommendations ?

I'm looking for a decent 16' floor tom , not too expensive though with a nice bouncy full tone ?

Thanks ,Brett
Old 15th August 2011
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I usually use the floor tom that comes with a kit.
Old 17th August 2011
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Probably one that matches the rest of the kit would be best...

Unless, it's not for use with a whole drum kit?
Old 19th August 2011
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I have an 18" that came with the kit I have . Though would like second 16" with a good but different kind of tone .

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Brett
Old 19th August 2011
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Pearl Floor Toms generally give a fat full tone.
The best sound I`ve ever heard is a Yamaha Recording Custom Floor.
These are mostly easily to rent as it is a well known studio set.
Try to find one of those.
Old 19th August 2011
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Originally Posted by horizon View Post
Pearl Floor Toms generally give a fat full tone.
The best sound I`ve ever heard is a Yamaha Recording Custom Floor.
These are mostly easily to rent as it is a well known studio set.
Try to find one of those.

Thanks for this I will look into it.
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