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Single ply. Medium thick. Ideal for the studio.
2 ply clear drumhead bonded at the collar for focused sound with moderate attack and response. Internal...
Single ply drumhead with dampening ring. Designed to balance tone conrol and response through the use of a...
A dark-sounding and durable WeatherKing synthetic drum head. 2 free-floating plies. Open tone.
Clear, articulate projection.
Thin underlay subtly dampens unwanted over-ring. Coated drumhead. Comes with self-adhesive impact pad.
Controlled center sound without unwanted overtones. Single-ply, dual-zone head offers you a combination of...
Translucent, single ply. Medium weight. Replaces bottom head on your snare drum.
Allows you to customize your bass drum tone to your preferences.
Single-ply, dual zone head for a combination of medium and heavy-duty drumhead characteristics,
Constructed of 2-plies of 7.5-mil polyester films, it features the sensitivity and snare response of the...
2-ply Remo Pinstripe batter head for your tom drum. Ebony version gives a low-pitched sound. Very focused with...
Characteristic Ambassador drumhead sound in an ebony version. Excellent projection with open, clear tone. ...
2-ply WeatherKing batter head from Remo. Bright sound and clear resonance.
Double ply. Internal muffling decreases high overtones and excess resonance. Fat sound with moderate attack.
Balanced response and tone control. An all around batter head for your drums.
There's a lot to love about percussion, but one of the best things of all is the amount of choice it gives you. Every single component in your kit can have dozens of options, and it doesn't stop at sticks and hardware: you can even shop for drum parts individually to rebuild your instruments for a completely new sound. If that's your goal, you're off to a good start by taking a close look at this selection of Remo individual drum heads. They have more than half a century of experience standing behind them, after all.
In fact, Remo is more than just a senior player in the drum head industry: we have the company and its founder, Remo D. Belli, to thank for the drum head as we know it today. When Remo Belli was gigging as a drummer in the 1950s, percussionists were still using natural calfskin heads. Although they sounded great, those drum heads were at the mercy of humidity, and needed re-tuning whenever the weather changed. Remo decided there had to be a better way, and looked into plastic alternatives. That's what led to the company starting up in 1957.
Today, plastics aren't the alternative anymore: they're the standard. Not only are they consistent in any environment, but improvements over the years allowed their sound quality to quickly catch up to the older-style heads. The next step after that was diversification, and Remo's variety of heads can give you all kinds of different sounds depending on what you choose. For instance, do you like a bright-sounding two-ply head? Check out the Remo Emperor Coated Drum Head. Would you rather have something with a meatier sound? The Remo Clear Pinstripe Head can give it to you. Looking for the benefits of modern synthetics with the vintage look and feel of skin? If so, the Powerstroke 3 Simulated Calfskin Fiberskyn FA Bass Drum Head ought to be right up your alley.
Those are just to name a few examples of what you'll find here. The point is that the choice is yours to make, and with Remo individual drum heads, there's no shortage of options. For tweaking the sound of a single drum or mix-and-matching your way to a completely refreshed set one skin at a time, these individual heads are second to none.