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Fat Cat Snappy Snares 20 Strand
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Since 1995, Fat Cat Snappy Snares wires have been engineered for high performance, superior sound and long life. Made of high carbon steel wire, atta...Click To Read More About This Product
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14"x 20 Strand Snappy Snares with Pitch SS+90% CW.
Since 1995, Fat Cat Snappy Snares wires have been engineered for high performance, superior sound and long life. Made of high carbon steel wire, attached to stainless steel end plates for the finest quality and durability.
Deciding which snare wire is best can be determined by the depth of the snare bed on the drum. Some snare drums have little to no snare bed which will require choosing the P style end plate. This will work the best because when the Fat Cat is attached and fully tensioned, it will automatically force the snare wires into the bottom head resulting in minimal un-wanted rattling and maximum contact and sensitivity. Choose the NP (No Pitch) style end plate for snare drums with a deep cut snare bed. In this case, the deep bed is creating the contact and there is no need for the reverse angle on the end plate. Fat Cat endplates are designed to use both Cable or Strap with minimal off-set and can be used to attach to most standard throw-offs.
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Comments about Fat Cat Snappy Snares 20 Strand:
I tried these on DW maple, Gretsch stave shell and steel shell snare drums. They are not only overly-sensitive and have excessive buzz imho but they also continue rattling (not same as buzz) against the head long after the stroke. This is with no other sounds in the room. They are very sensitive to being installed perfectly flat so no (none at all) twisting of the installation strips or cords allowed. I hope for everyone else's sake I got a set that had clips not parallel to each other or defective in some other way. I cut mine down to a Steve Gadd 10-strand configuration and they are acceptable on the steel drum. I also have Fat Cat 30-strand wires and they are ok with none of the above issues even though both are "with pitch".
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