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Yamaha MS-8014 Field Corps Snare Drum
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12" x 14", 8-ply birch shell, 12 hi-tension lug casings, die-cast high-profile aluminum batter side rim, nylon and metal washers, 10 independently tu...Click To Read More About This Product
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12" x 14", 8-ply birch shell, 12 hi-tension lug casings, die-cast high-profile aluminum batter side rim, nylon and metal washers, 10 independently tunable FibreTech snares, 3 protective feet.
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This is a great "Old School" snare drum. We used these in an Alumni Drum Corps. I would only use mylar heads like Remo Powerstroke 77. Also makes good single tenor drum. I would not use these drums with a Kevlar head unless you want to keep the tension down. That's why they made free-floaters like Sfz and FFX - for the Remo Falams...
Ive been on a snare line for over 4 years now. Ive played several yamahas. This drum is my least favorite. Its drum tension is all right. The sound is pretty stock. No unique tone. The heads are pretty bad, And is hard to get a nice replacement for it. Although the drum is pretty well made, and can be suppported for a middle class drumline.
I have marched with a Div. 2 Drum corps for 4 years, so I have been around a drum or two.We marched some pearl drums one season that were ok, but nothing compares to the sound, presence, or durability of these suckers. our high school has had these for five to ten years, and even though the shells are warped, we were able to slap a couple of Remo Falams on these and the sounded Frickin' AWESOME.Buy these drums.