Here's a swell high set of 4 Academy Concert Toms in a goes-with-anything LIGHT BROWN. 6x6, 7x8, 8x10, 9x12; plied maple; satin wax.
Check out how "Stair-Step-y" these look (I just think that that's supercool!) When 8 toms aren't enough, go for 10! By combining our Standard and Large Concert Tom sets and adding in a fun new 9" x 11", this setup lets you whack on even MORE good stuff! Note: 11" tom head choices are very limited. 6x6, 7x8, 8x10, 9x11, 10x12, 11x13, 12x14, 13x15, 14x16, 15x18; plied maple; satin wax.
Here's yet another Add-On possibility: SHRINK 'EM! This is a set of 8 standard-diameter Concert Toms where the customer wanted everything a bit shorter than normal…Sure! 5x6, 6x8, 7x10, 8x12, 9x13, 11x14, 12x15, 14x16; plied maple; satin wax.
Gotta have more voices on your kit? This would be a fantastic way to get there -- the customer who ordered this package thought so! 7x8, 8x10, 9x12, 10x13, 12x14, 13x15, 14x16, 15x18, 9x8, 10x8, 11x8, 12x8; plied maple; satin wax.
Congrats on your invitation to perform at KMEA, Olathe West High! These drums will get you there and serve you for years to to come! Oh, and everybody notice the neat way they're gonna split the set across multiple players, each with their own drum and stand. 8x10, 9x12, 11x13, 12x14; plied maple; satin wax.
This customer was looking to round out the low end of their 8-10-12-13 Academy Concert Toms. Keeping a single-headed design for consistent sound, these “squared” floor toms will do just the trick! 16x16, 18x18; plied maple; satin wax.
Built to order: these 3 drums feature equal depths with timbale-esque tones and grooves in mind! 6½x10, 6½x11, 6½x12; plied maple; satin wax.
Yet another approach: square Concert Toms. That is, same depth x diameter (no, the shells aren't square…) 8x8, 10x10, 12x12, 13x13; plied maple; satin wax.
You can order your Academy Concert Toms in Natural Maple, Light Brown, or Earth Brown. Scott wanted his LARGE EIGHT drums in Light Brown. 8x8, 9x10, 10x12, 11x13, 12x14, 13x15, 14x16, 15x18; plied maple; satin wax.
I asked Jason about creating a drum that matched the look of my kit, and provides a deep, resonant boom that could approximate an Odaiko/Taiko drum sound in my acoustic kit, without the weight, space and expense of the real thing. We discussed shell diameter, thickness and depth, kit placement, and heads selection to arrive at the design that made most sense.