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PDP by DW SX Series Hammered Brass Snare Drum
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5" x 14" snare makes a great backbone for any rhythm section. Pro-style throw-off is reliable and easy to use on the fly....Click To Read More About This Product
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5" x 14" snare makes a great backbone for any rhythm section. Pro-style throw-off is reliable and easy to use on the fly.
- 5" x 14" snare
- Genuine hand-hammered phosphorus brass
- New pro-style throw-off
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This drum has a crack that rings which makes it perfect for the hard rock I play. My bandmates love the sound and look it gives. It's such an upgrade from my Mapex snare. I use a Remo CS head on it which really adds to it's punch.
This snare is so awesome! It's the best snare I have ever played on! It's got a gorgeous look and a lovely nice pop! Good for accents and rolls like a machine gun! Not to mention it's nice and loud.
I bought this snare about 3 weeeks ago. It does exactly what I was looking for. It really sounds good cranked tight! Definitely worth the dough. I play reaaly hard and it seems like it will be able to withstand a BEATING!
I have been playing with this snare for about maybe about 2 1/2 months now it's a good snare I would recomend it to anybody it has a lot of crack and overall just a good snare I have used it for recording and practice and it is very clean and has a nice bright tone
I had been playing a steel snare and had always wanted a brass snare, and seeing as how this one is one of the only options available that doesn't cost a ridiculous amount of money, I decided to try this one out. I love this snare, it's awesome in any setting. This drum was a lot more sensitive then I was used to, and would get kind of loud at times. But after I played it for a couple of days I got used to it. Depending on where and how you hit this, you can get a wide range of sounds to come out of this thing. I'm glad I got it and recommend anyone who would want another alternative to wood or steel snares, shoud definitely check this one out.
I just got this snare about a year ago and it still has an amazing sound. It is extremally versitille. All you have to do is tighten the snares or the head and you have a different snare. I love this Snare drum.
I have owned this drum for about 11 months now. This snare is an excellent snare drum. Tunes well in all ranges, though I mainly keep it nice and tight. I have tried a variety of heads, and singly ply coated heads generate the most pleasing tone to my ears. Oddly enough, a tension rod will loosen over time on the snare side, but this never effects the tuning. All in all, it's one heckuva snare drum. Well worth the money.
This drum has many good features and is a great value for the money. Unfortunately, it's also made very cheaply, so there tend to be a lot of quality control issues with it. The drum I got had a flawed shell that was both out-of-round and bulged outward, making it nearly impossible to mount the heads (Remo Ambassadors) and resulting in a bad, "choked" sound.
I play this snare like its my own. My friend owns it but I most definitely play on it more than him. Tuned well with a Remo head gives it the nice attack and pop or crack a brass shell should offer. I have contemplated over buying this snare myself for months now, but the drum does not stay in tune for a good amount of time. I'm constantly tuning it. It's great for the price but for a little extra dough go for a Tama Artwood snare... much better.