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Punchy, potent sounds for groove players.
This convenient Remo pack for the power drummer includes one 14" Coated Powerstroke X drumhead, one 14" Ambassador snare-side drumhead, and one 22" Clear Powersonic bass drumhead.
Coated Powerstroke X snare drumheads are constructed with a coated single-ply 14-mil polyester film with a 2-mil inlay ring for easy tunability and overtone control. Tonally, the Powerstroke X snare heads are a perfect medium between the Coated and the Emperor X.
Snare-side resonant heads are responsible for the projection and sustain of your drums. With a fresh Ambassador resonant head, you will achieve more clarity and vibrancy in your drum sounds.
Clear Powersonic replacement bass drumheads give the drummer controlled mid-range and low end for the most powerful bass drum sound that's It, right out of the box. The Powersonic bass drumheads are constructed of 2-ply 7-mil Mylar with two specifically placed internal subsonic dampening rings with External Snap-on Dampening System (ESDS) technology. The two mounted 3/4" internal dampening rings enhance low end without affixing trays or hard-backed dampening materials to the drumhead. The unique patent-pending ESDS system employs snaps mounted directly to the drumhead to eliminate the possibility of vibration. This allows you to easily customize your muffling, feel, and sustain for different playing situations by "snapping" the strategically placed weighted pillow to the drumhead. Also included is the Falam Slam--a stick-on beater pad--for added attack and durability.
Superb for heavily rhythmic rock, funk, & R&B. Order yours today!
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Comments about Remo Groove Drumhead Pack with Free Ambassador Snare Side Head:
First of all, this pack is one of the best drum head deals I have ever purchased. I have never used a remo head on my bass drum and the powersonic is probably the best sounding bass drum head that I have ever used. I have tama rockstar and it makes the bassdrum really boom, so on higher quality drums sets it would sound great. Also, the external muffling really adds possiblities to the sounds you can get with out needing to remove a head. The Powerstroke X snare head also sounds wonderfull. Its probably not the best for jazz, being that there is very little sustain. I previously had a Emperor snare head and it had a little too much sustain causing my snar to ring. It has a nice quick attack and just the right amount of sustain for me and ghost notes also sound nice and crisp. So if your into rock, funk, latin or some combination of the three these are excllent heads for those types of situations.