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Old 05-03-2008, 02:42 PM
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Re: Snare suggestions


Found it; Evans ec reverse dot snare head.
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Old 05-03-2008, 09:24 PM
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Re: Snare suggestions


Ahh! I reckon the head is the problem! I've used that head before and that barstad enormous dot just focusses everything into one big splat.

I would recomend either the remo powerstroke 3, the evans genera powercenter (which I use) or the evans genera dry.

The power stroke 3 is a straight-up good responsive head for the remo user. The powercenter is very similar but for the dot of extra mylar in the middle for a little focussing and the genera dry will give you a lot more crack for your buck.
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Old 05-03-2008, 10:19 PM
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Thanks, which head is the problem, the Remo thats on there? I don't have the Evans one if thats what you mean, enlighten me, please!
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The Evans head that i would use id the evans ST head, This is a strong head look up evans
drum heads on the web and it will give you a run down on all the type of heads.This is the way i would go(or look into). I have been using Evans for three years and haven't had a problem yet.There Durable and can take a lot of pounding and still preform.The tone is bright
and durability is high made with two ply7.5 mil full bandwith rimshot.Take a look at Evans ST.
I think you will be happy.
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Old 05-11-2008, 03:41 PM
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Went with the Evans dry, and like it, a-lot! Thanks Lad's and Lass'. Now one of these days I'll buy a 13X7 and have the 5.5 on the side........Thanks again.
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good choice.
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