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Yamaha Band and Orchestra 14x12 MTS Series Marching Snare Drum Only
Cable Snare Unit
Located beneath the batter head with on/off control.Enhanced Snare Response and Additional Sound Color
Perfect for indoor/outdoor marching use AND pipe band drumming.Head
Smooth white Falams II K-Series head comes standard.Lugs
12 tubular aluminum lugs.Self-tensioning, steel wire upper snares
Delivers a bright tone with crisp articulation and solid projection, and clearly differentiates from the bottom snare sound.Self-leveling mechanism
Keeps the upper snares at the proper height for a consistent sound.14" Model
Offers dynamic, full-bodied sound with articulation.SFZ specifications
All other specs are based on the Sforzando series marching snare drum; 6-ply birch shell provides bright attack with body and ensures strength snare-side tension, Air-Seal System way of manufacturing ensures the shell starts round and stays round; an in-round shell tunes clearer and provides a pure fundamental tone, extra thick (thickest you can find) 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), and 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.
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Comments about Yamaha 14x12 MTS Series Marching Snare Drum Only:
The MTS series is a must have. For three years I have used a snare from this series, and I have put it through hell. These are rugged; my harness was a little messed up and would randomly through my drum onto the ground(only happened once in performance). You defiantly need to slap a Remo weather/white/black max on it. My conductor quite and her replacement was cheap, and my last year I ended up marching with an Evans head.***Never do it***Evans sucks...well not too bad on bass heads, but for snare stick with Remo.