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Pearl 2002 Export Select 6-Ply Wood Snare Drum
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6-ply all-mahogany snare with 8 CL-50 lugs and 1.6mm hoops for ear-splitting rimshots. 5-1/2" x 14"....Click To Read More About This Product
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6-ply all-mahogany snare with 8 CL-50 lugs and 1.6mm hoops for ear-splitting rimshots. 5-1/2" x 14".
8 CL-50 lugs
SR-14N vertical pull strainer
5-1/2" x 14"
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I got this snare when I bought the shells and I have never really been truly pleased with it. I constantly have to tune it and no matter what I did it just never quite seems to sound right. the Bolts dont seem to want to hold the tension and after about a year of solid use (pratice kit) the throwoff just broke good sna.re to beat the hell out of but expect to do allot of maintanence on it
The snare tensioner keeps loosening, but it's not really much of a hassle. gets a good sounds, and can take a serious beating.
This snare is a great beginners snare and offers a good warm sound. No good for rock sounds though. Best used with a Remo CS black dot batter. Can produce a ringing sound with age.
this is an okay snare drum... i mean it's not totally crappy or anything, it's just not really what i'm looking for. it's an average snare you could say.
The edges on this snare are warped and uneven, it doesn't matter what you hit it with or how hard, it still sounds like you're slapping it with a fly swatter.
I own a new export snare and it is great. Mine is tuned very tight on both sides and has great tone. It had a bit of a ring at first but I put some tape on it and fixed the problem. great rimshot and rebound. Very easy to turn on and off the snares. I don't know the differance between the 2002 model and the 2005 model, but mine sounds great
This is a great snare if you know how to tune it right. It took me 6 hours to find it out.
I've had this snare drum for about three years. I really don't like this snare drum. I have a Remo Emperor for the batter and a Renaissance Snare side head. I've tried to do everything to make it sound "right", but it just sounds dead and uncrisp. I'm probably going to get a yamaha snare drum and sell this one.