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Pearl forum Snare
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The Forum FZ snare drum features a 6-ply poplar shell that delivers a rich warm tone perfect for any playing environment. The Forum snare drum is a g...Click To Read More About This Product
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The warm tone of poplar.
The Forum FZ snare drum features a 6-ply poplar shell that delivers a rich warm tone perfect for any playing environment. The Forum snare drum is a great beginner drum with a kit or as a standalone snare. Its sturdy construction and durable finish will stand up to years and years of playing.
Size: 14" x 5-1/2"
Shell: 6-ply poplar
Hoops: 1.6mm steel
Lugs: 8 ” NSL-03
Tension Rods: 8 ” T-062
Batter Head: ProTone coated
Color: matching FZ covering
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ok so ive had this snare for about 3 months is a great snare for the price but if you lookin for quailty depending on style i like to use pork pie .. i play death meatl so i play fast and i wanted sumthin loud but this requires ive found out alot of muting for the sound i like tht i can get out of my pork pie without mutting it so other then that its great
First things first. You will need to replace the drum head ASAP. It will start loosing paint EVERYWHERE. The sound quality of the snare is'nt bad but it certainly isn't good. The snare held up very well but the sound quality was average which is why I went out and bought a Joey Jordison Sig Snare.
I love this snare drum. It has a surprising tuning range, so it should take care of most of your needs presuming you can tune. I'm using a Fiberskyn 3 Ambassador and I tuned it fairly low. It produces a deep and ridiculously warm sound. When tuned high it sounds just like a piccolo with a cool, bright crack. I don't like using muffling, so I'm also happy with the shorter ring of this snare drum, which can be a huge problem, especially with metal snare drums. My only complaint is the snare throw-offs, which will rattle occasionally when in the off position.