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Pork Pie Pig Iron Snare Drum
14x6.5 in. Tin Plated Satin
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The Pig Iron Snare from Pork Pie is a unique drum with a shell made with iron and it has a satin finish plated in tin and coated with clear lacquer. ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Give your backbeat cast-iron strength.
The Pig Iron Snare from Pork Pie is a unique drum with a shell made with iron and it has a satin finish plated in tin and coated with clear lacquer. Eight chrome-plated brass tube lugs give this snare drum a classic look. A Pork Pie Percussion throw off, 2.3mm hoops and high-quality snare wires with Remo heads are standard on this drum. Get the bite of a steel shell with a nice warm bottom end make this drum great for any application.
- Snare Size: 14" x 6-1/2"
- Total Pieces: 1
- Case or Bag: Not Applicable
- Stand: Not Applicable
- Shell Material: Iron
- Shell Construction: Solid
- Shell Thickness (mm): Info Not Available
- Bearing Edge: 45
- Reinforcement Ring: No
- Hardware Material: Steel
- Hoop Type: Triple-flange
- Lugs: Tube
- Throw-Off: Side
- Internal muffler: No
- Snares: Info Not Available
- Heads: Branded
- Finish Type: Lacquer
- Country of Origin: Taiwan
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Comments about Pork Pie Pig Iron Snare Drum:
This is a really cool drum and has a lot of tone. It came to me with the heads pretty slack so I had to tighten them up a bit. With the top head at 80 on the DrumDial and the bottom around 78 it was huge but also had huge sustain. The ring would last for ~ 5 seconds -- seriously! Especially with the snares loose. If I tightened them up then I could get it to choke the bottom head a bit and reduce the sustain. With a zero-ring on top, this low tuning just made for a fat monster of a snare sound.
I tightened it up and eventually landed at about 85 on the top head and around 80 on the bottom. This made for a nice all around pop but it still didn't lose the impact. Again loosening the snares allowed for more ring and tightening the snares controlled it a bit. I ended up with 1 moongel just above the pig's eyepatch (on the stock head).
So overall I found the "Pig Iron" sound to be less like a chrome-plated steel shell drum and actually closer to an aluminum shell like the Ludwig Supras or Acrolite. My USA Brass Pork Pie snare was a bit more dry sounding. I find some steel shell snares to be a bit harsh, but this Pig Iron is smooth. It's also well built, like my other Pork Pies. I may do some experimenting with heads as these are the stock "Remo UT" (not USA). I'm thinking Evans Dry HD or maybe Remo CS coated on top.