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Ddrum Diablo Side Snare Drum with Mount
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The ddrum Diablo Side Snare Drum with Mount is a 5" x 10" 6-lug design with an integrated mounting bracket. The combination of small diameter with th...Click To Read More About This Product
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Snaps, crackles, and pops like frying bacon!
The ddrum Diablo Side Snare Drum with Mount is a 5" x 10" 6-lug design with an integrated mounting bracket. The combination of small diameter with the 9-ply basswood shell gives you a surprisingly wide dynamic range from a snappy crack to a fatter hip-hop tone. Includes a suspension mount and clamp for an easy addition. Unique Phat-Wrap color combinations that will spice up any drumset.
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- 5" x 10" 6-lug side snare
- 9-ply basswood shell
- Wide dynamic range
- Includes a suspension mount and clamp
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Wow where to begin, I purchased this side snare with very high hopes because i know ddrum makes quality products...This snare is no exception...It really does have that "snap, crackle, pop" tone to it. Piercing ear high pitched tone with no over tone...Just a straight "SNAP" Wow...Ddrum Impressed me once again.
this is a good snare for the price it sounds more like a tom tho dut the big problem is that its hard to fit on to some types of stands
extremely good. Amazing sound, but, you MUST buy a new head, because the coating got all over my sticks and in turn, my cymbals, my dads cymbals and my tutors! buy new head. but once you've got new heads, this snare is very hard to beat. (:
I own one, it have a super snap sound I coudnt belive the sound for the prices.It takes time to tune but onces you tune the snare you will be sorprices like I was.
I bought it because it was the cheapest 10" snare with mount I could find. The hardware isn't terrible but the shell was. Cheap wood and the bearing edge was no where near a flat plane. There where high spots and low spots all around. The adjustments on the snare strainer aren't very good either. It took awhile just to get it to sound like a snare drum. I picked up an DW 805 and I am much happier. For $30 more get a much better drum.
Everything about this little snare has been excellent except for one thing, the heads were bad. The resonator head ripped after a half turn and the batter head coating came off and all over my practice cymbals. Go buy new heads for it, other than that it is GREAT!!!