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Designed for precise articulation and increased projection.
This 13" x 11" SFZ Marching Snare from Yamaha is designed for precision, enormous projection, and durability. The snare's 6-ply birch shell provides bright attack with body and ensures strength snare-side tension.
The Air-Seal System manufacturing ensures the shell starts round and stays round. The Yamaha snare's in-round shell tunes clearer and provides a pure fundamental tone.
The extra-thick suspension ring stays round even under the torque of Kevlar heads. It eliminates stress on the shell and is tall enough for use with a plastic drum head.
The rims are made from die-cast, high-strength aluminum in a solid design. They stay round even with the high torque of Kevlar heads and provide even tuning, yet they are lightweight and durable.
Stabilizer Power Posts
The Stabilizer Power Posts maintain alignment of the tube lugs to make bottom head changes easy. They support the tube lugs to withstand stick-clicks and accidental hits, and also cut shell overtones that blur articulation.
The strainer on the SFZ snare drum is a quick release system that allows quick and easy bottom head changes.
Tension Rods And Washers
The 6 mm tension rods with double steel washers, ensure smooth and stable tuning at high tension without breaking.
Three protective feet protect the snare mechanism and bottom head.
The included Yamaha Field Corps Aluminum Tubular Carrier by May has a patented lightweight, ergonomic design and is optimized for comfort. These carriers are lift front and adjustable.
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Comments about Yamaha 13" SFZ Marching Snare with RM-TSFZ Carrier:
The drum was totally worth the money. I got it in 3 days with free shipping, and it came in to boxes. One with the carrier and the other is the drum. Comes with everything u need even a drum key tuner. It took me a while to set up everything it was worth it though. I tuned the drum so many times, and finally figured out that it was the batter head that needed to be really tight. I does sound dull, but either I need to tune it more or get a better drum head. Go for it I garantee u will like it.