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Tama Superstar drum kit used by Pulled Apart by Horses
The drummer in hotly-tipped band Pulled Apart by Horses has spoken about his use of a Tama Superstar drum kit.
Lee Vincent, a member of the Yorkshire-based group, said the equipment is probably the most solid drum kit he has ever used - making it ideal for the band's energetic live shows, reports MI-Pro.
"It sounds huge, the tones are awesome and you can beat the hell out of it with the complete confidence that it can take everything you can throw at it and more," the musician said of the Tama Superstar drums.
Pulled Apart By Horses are set to embark on an extensive tour of the UK next month, beginning with a gig at the Southampton Joiners on September 6th 2010.
They will then go on to play shows in towns and cities including Newquay, Cardiff, Oxford and Liverpool before bringing the tour to a close on September 26th at the Guildhall in Gloucester.
ÂPosted on 24 Aug 2010 11:36 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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