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Pearl SK-800C Steel Snare with Rolling Cart
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The convenient Pearl SK-800C Steel Snare with Rolling Cart includes a 5" x 14" steel snare, heavy-duty basket-style snare stand, "Gladstone"-style pr...Read More
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Hauls easily to school or on the road.
The convenient Pearl SK-800C Steel Snare with Rolling Cart includes a 5" x 14" steel snare, heavy-duty basket-style snare stand, "Gladstone"-style practice pad, nylon backpack-style carrying bag, and drum sticks. Everything mounts on the rolling cart for super portability.
- 5" x 14" steel snare
- Heavy-duty basket-style snare stand
- "Gladstone"-style practice pad
- Nylon backpack-style carrying bag
- Drum sticks
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Reviewed by 15 customers
Great deal. If the snare is tuned well it sounds great. The bag it comes with is really cool because it is high quality and road style, plus it has a convenient little pocket on the front the the stand fits into. The only downside with this deal is that the snare stand stands very high even at its lowest height. I had to change my whole setup just to incorporate this snare stand. But it's worth it. Only the best from pearl.
Although I'm partial to maple snares (DW Collector's Maple in particular) this is a very nice snare, provided it's tuned right and it has good heads on it. As of right now, I have an Evans coated head on the batter and a Remo hazy on the side. Still, this snare has to be tuned well. I did run into the problem of low quality hoops and lugs, however that can be remedied by putting Pearl Super Hoops and Tama lugs on. Also, the stand is a bit tall for a conventional setup. I was highly disappointed in the mute pad included, but no big deal. The case, however is very impressive. All in all, this is a very nice sounding snare, well worth the money.
I got this snare drum seventeen years ago. I still have the original head on it, and it still sounds pretty good. If I changed the head, it'd probably sound better. The snare wires are still in great condition. Using this drum to learn on, and being around for so long, it has taken quite a beating over time. It's still a great drum. I definitley reccommend it to any drummer of any skill.
it is the best snare drum i ever ownded in my life if you where to ask me about one i need to recamend this pearl snare drum it can play any kind of music you want it to play.... you should get this snare no matter what....
This snare is the 1st that I bought. Actually, I rented it through my school when I was in 4th grade and starting to play. I tuned it high overtime when I actually learned how to manipulate a snare drum, and so far my other snares don't match that all-around sound that this one has. The muffling is built, by the way, with a pad underneath the head that can be tuned to muffle or not with this little metal wheel. It's great! I'm even still using the original head, because it just worked.If you're indecisive about the styles you would use a snare drum for, or you want an all-around snare drum, then just buy this one. It works in almost every situation that I've played in.
I Had used this before and it is soooo amazing.If ur looking for a good snare drum buy this one its the best and it comes with a rolling kart and stand and one pair of drumsticks its the best there is.
This is a good little steel snare kit. It has a nice loud sound if you tune it high, and it sounds cool recorded if it is tuned low for a good classic rock sound. You do have to tune it pretty precisely, because it can sound bad if you don't tune it almost perfectly. That means constant retuning. But it does sound good, and the stuff it comes with makes it worth it. Great for a drum set too, but definitely take the mufflers on the inside out. It wills sound better and the mufflers constantly rattle.
I don't have the exact one, mines 13 by 5, but it's the same type of package, with the bag and stuff. Anyway, it's a great sounding snare. First of all, I think you will want to replace the head, I have some Evans reverse dot head and it sounds great.Anyway, the snare has a very nice high crack when tuned high, with a tiny bit of overtones, but they sound good. When tuned low, it has a warm presence with no overtones, it almost sounds like a copper snare. Overall it's a great snare for the cash, and I would highly reccomend it.
Well i got this to play in the school band, and the snare switch broke on the first day. But i bought it used so, what can you expect. It is very hard to get tuned into the right way. I guess i was displeased with the snare switch. I enjoy playing it and will soon be getting a set. So if you are going to start out with drums, get this snare so you don't waste all of your money on a drum set and find out that you don't want to play.
I got this drum and its pretty messed up.The snares make a really annoying buzz,but I think its cause I bought it used and whoever had it first abused it.Its still a good drum.