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Pearl Morgan Rose Signature Snare Drum
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The Pearl Morgan Rose Signature Snare Drum features stainless steel tension rods for incredible tuning precision, and a nasty green metallic finish w...Click To Read More About This Product
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A force to be reckoned with.
The Pearl Morgan Rose Signature Snare Drum features stainless steel tension rods for incredible tuning precision, and a nasty green metallic finish with a glow-in-the-dark "Alien" graphic that can't be missed.
When rocking with his band Sevendust, Morgan Rose needs his drum to be loud, powerful, and full of attitude, so his mean 5" x 14" steel drum has all the projection to cut through huge speaker stacks and subwoofers.
- 5" x 14"
- Steel snare drum
- Stainless steel tension rods
- Green metallic finish with glow-in-the-dark "Alien" graphic
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This is the best snare I've came across. It sounds wonderful tuned up super high for jazz, reggae, funk, and metal. Or sounds great loose for dirty new orleans or r and b. When I say loose I mean you can tune the drum literally to the point of where the head is wobbling and it still sounds fantastic. Best snare ever, pick it up. You won't want another snare ever again. At least I won't.
I played it at a music store. It sounds AMAZING! Really bright! Its got top of the line hardware on it too! The only things are that I don't like the throw off model even though it IS really quality, and I generaly prefer deeper snares, but it sounds reaallly good!
The snare drum is the one voice on the kit that is truly unique to the player. Everyone's tastes and views on what doesn't and does sound good varies as much as personal opinion on politics and religion. That said, I am writing this review for the simple fact that straight out of the box (without my snare preference customization) this snare TO ME sounds AMAZING and I am very excited it about it. It CRACKS, plays like butter and while I typically prefer a hazy dipomat and a narrower snare bed underneath, this thing sings with IMHO unparelled clarity. Yes, the snare throw is generic but Canopus utilizes this exact same mechanism on their metal drums. Speaking of which, if you want a good sound/play comparison, the Canopus 5x14 "Steel" would be a good place to start. Green is my favorite color and Aliens don't bother me (actually give the drum character). The price is absolutely right and it saddens me to not see this drum not used by more pros. It is literally one of only two snares (of the 19 I own) that didn't need mods right out of the box to, once again, meet my personal preferences. In short, no, I cannot tell you that this drum is for you or buy it now or whatever. What I can tell you is that is has an enormous tuning range and that it IS, in fact for me. If you prefer bright, versatile snares, this sig model has to be yours. Not a Pearl fan and while it shares the same specs as the Chad Smith (snares and strainer aside), I just don't hear the similarities. 14x5 and steel is the right combo on this drum.
this snare drum is the sweetest snare drum in the world. I brag about it to all the drummer who i play shows with. I don't think the picture does it justice, The green is soo much brighter, and the snare belt is easily double the size of normal ones. The attack of this drum is so sharp and extravagent it has no competition. Buy this now.