Yamaha Tour Custom Drum Set (cobalt blue) from the late'80s, with all original hardware and light touring cases. I ditched the bulky floor tom and added the smaller 10 a long time ago, which is a much better set up and easier to lug to gigs. Plus, these killer birch and mahogany shells are pretty dark and deep sounding.Having the 10 alleviates some of that redundancy in the bottom end. Set includes: 22" bass drum 10" tom 12" tom 13" tom three tom mounts two boom cymbal stands (plus another non-boom) hi-hat stand snare stand bass pedal five light-duty touring cases (one for a snare drum) gear bag No snare included (since we all like our personalized snares). There is road wear on the drums (it was a gigging set for ten years) but nothing major and nothing that affects their playing. I still love them, in fact, but I finally went super lightweight and bought a little cocktail set. Thought I'd keep these around for other gigs, but they're just sitting, being sad. The fine print: the bass pedal is the original.
I actually still use it on my Ludwig set, since I've always enjoyed the feel of it (more than DW and all the fancier pedals). I will regretfully part with it. The snare stand is missing one rubber cover to the drum hold (as you can see in the photo), but it works just fine and would be easy enough to rectify. One of the boom stands is also missing a rubber foot, but I will include an extra non-boom stand (with a few bolts cannibalized). You can use it for parts itself or fix it up for a THIRD cymbal stand (all Yamaha, double-braced and beefy).
I have the original hi-hat stand, too, but a friend traded me his Pearl, which is much beefier. He bought his kid a set, and he's not using it much. Wondered if I'd like the better hi-hat stand.If you want the original, I can swap it back, no problem. I would, however, recommend the Pearl. It's a far better piece of equipment.
The Anvil cases are vulcanized fibre. They have some wear, too--they're cases, after all, and saw some action in California and Texas--but they keep the drums safe. They were bought when I still had the bigger floor tom, so the 13 tom goes in a case that's bigger than it needs to be.
I always liked the extra room, however, for odds and ends at gigs. There's also a gear bag, bought within the last few years (after my last one pretty much disintegrated).
It's felt lined and allows you to keep stands in their longer positions. The item "Yamaha Tour Custom Drum Set (Cobalt Blue) with Hardware and Cases" is in sale since Saturday, January 4, 2020. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Percussion\Drums\Sets & Kits".
The seller is "sickvenus1" and is located in Carrollton, Georgia. This item can be shipped to United States.