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Yamaha PHX 22" 5pc Shell Pack - Textured Mono Black
£7499.00 RRP £8999
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Yamaha PHX 22" 5pc Shell Pack - Textured Mono Black - Undrilled Bass Drum
Upon inspection this kit has a small factory mark on the inside of the bass drum next to the bottom air vent. This mark has had no effect on the sound or overall appearance of the kit as it is on the inside of the bass drum. As a result of this tiny mark we are able to offer this kit at an unbelievable price with an even better saving! for more information please contact usPlease Note Picture has been provided by Yamaha and actual finish may look slightly different
At YAMAHA, prototype drums are the starting point of each drum's evolution. These prototypes are created in the Drum Laboratory where YAMAHA continually pursues the essence of musical perfection. Under a completely new concept, the PHX (pronounced "phoenix") Series is the pinnacle of excellence in this prototyping process. Handcrafted by our expert technicians, it's based on over 40 years of history, tradition and experience and technology. The newly developed PHX Series reveals YAMAHA's all-out pursuit of the ultimate in drum craftmanship and sound.
Hybrid Shell Construction
YAMAHA's wood specialists have discovered new materials that provide optimal drum performance. Jatoba, a Brazilian wood and the hardest material in the PHX hybrid shell, is positioned as the core ply and centre note of the drum. It is surrounded on either side by layers of kapur, a Malaysian hard wood. North American Maple, which had long been considered a classic, high-quality drum shell material because of its hardness and viscosity, is actually the softest wood in the shell construction; maple is the outer and inner plies of the shell. This is the process used to complete the hybrid shell, in which the stiffness of the shell shifts from the centre toward the outside: the woods are hardest at the centre and get softer toward the outer surfaces in either direction. This results in an "excitation structure" that maximizes the shell's performance. The excitation structure increases the head's vibration to its full extent, achieving a sound unlike anything you've heard before.
YESSII Shell Mount System
YESSII shell mounting system acts as a shock mount system for the drum, allowing for optimal shell vibration. Utilizing a unique rubber insert and a maple wood plate, the YESSII mount is primarily located at the nodal points (where no vibration occurs), causing the resonance to stay, within the shell as opposed to transferring through the hardware and being stifled. In larger tom sizes, the rubber inserts are also positioned on the shell where overtones are present to help produce the appropriate mixture of sustain and overtone control.
Hook Lug System
Hook Lug system has emerged through the progression of the Nouveau Lug, which was an innovation in drum-lug design. This new lug minimizes the rotation of the lug casing during tuning and firmly supports the tuning bolt through the wide and straight post, even at high tension.
Rather than positioning the Hook Lug at the nodal point, Yamaha placed it at the area of the shell that produces undesirable overtones, thus muting them and allowing for an unobstructed, richer fundamental tone.
- tom 1 - 10x7
- tom 2 - 12x8 Floor tom 1 - 14x13
- floor tom 2 - 16x15
- Bass Drum - 22x16