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One of the most important elements of a drummer's kit is their snare. Typically played on the backbeat, it's not only the most recognizable drum to a listener's ear, but it's also the one that most band members follow to stay in sync and on time. For this reason, the snare you go with should pack a punch in volume, and also be durable enough to hold up through countless hits, and for that, Yamaha has you covered. Trusted by drummers around the world, Yamaha snare drums come in a variety of styles, from custom steel and oak snares to birch, copper and even aluminum models.

Before choosing a snare drum, your own tastes and preferences should definitely be considered. After all, there are many different types of snare drums, and each one has very specific sound characteristics. For example, steel snares are known for their ringing sound and long decay, and the Yamaha Custom Steel Snare is a big seller. One of their most popular models, this versatile snare delivers a full-bodied attack with cutting highs, and contains triple-flanged hoops for a big open sound. Overall, the Custom Steel Snare is very suitable for both rock and jazz bands.

Another often-used snare drum is made of copper. With their quick decay and dark tone, copper snares are ideal for orchestras, and the Copper Nouveau Snare is nothing short of top-notch. Boasting an enhanced low frequency and featuring quick-release low-contact Nouveau lugs for a wider dynamic range, this snare has a warm tone and great projection.

Every drummer has their own unique set of influences that combine to create their own distinct playing style. Of course, Yamaha completely understands this, which is why they're so dedicated to designing snares for percussionists of all skill levels and tastes. So by all means take a look through their catalog and explore each option; you'll have no problem finding what you're looking for.