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The Tama Starphonic PBR146 Brass Snare Drum has the new snare sound from the "golden age", with the...
The enhanced low end and warmth of bubinga combined with the excellent focus and powerful punch of birch.
A high-gloss, stylin' maple snare.
The snare is the center of every drum kit, both in where it's located as well as in terms of its distinctive tone. That's why it's important to find a snare that reflects your personal taste and complements your individual musical style. Tama Drums can help with that. For decades, Tama has been manufacturing drums, with an emphasis on bringing innovation, quality, and value to the marketplace. Its selection of snare drums is varied to say the least. Tama makes snares from all kinds of different woods and metals, with varying hardware and in a range of sizes to please the players of a basic 3-piece, an extended setup and everything in between.
With such a wide selection of snares, you're sure to find the perfect one to complete your kit. The Tama Mini Tymp Steel Snare Drum, for example, is a great little timbale-style side drum. It features a tunable head and an omni-ball clamp for easy mounting and positioning, and produces a bright, crisp sound that's a great addition to any drum set.
If you're looking for a more central, powerful drum, the Tama S.L.P. Black Brass Snare Drum is sure to catch your attention. This snare's shell is crafted from brass for a fat, loud tone with warm resonance to cut through any performance. The Steel Mighty hoops provide a wet sound and allow for articulate rimshots, while the 42-strand snares are snappy and provide a strong attack.
For something truly top-of-the-line and unique, you'll want to take a look at a drum from the innovative Starphonic line, like the Tama Starphonic Titanium Snare Drum. This snare is powerful and precise, and is capable of delivering impressive dynamic range. Meanwhile, the Freedom Lug and Claw Hook provides greater control over the tension rods and tuning, and the detachable butt plate makes replacing the top and bottom drumheads easy to maximize the lifespan.
Lars Ulrich of Metallica, Bill Ward of Black Sabbath, Stewart Copeland of the Police, Larry Mullen, Jr. of U2 and Paul Mazurkiewicz of Cannibal Corpse are only a few of the big names that already use Tama drums for their live sets and recordings. Why not join the ranks to discover for yourself what's so special about Tama snare drums?