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Old 08-13-2013, 02:12 AM
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Default Re: Looking for great maple snare for studio. Rock, pop, country.

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Originally Posted by nightraider43 View Post
I have a Mapex Black Panther Phat Bob that is amazing! It's 14x7, 12mm maple that delivers a phenomenal sound. Tunes from high to low with ease and can cover all the bases you're asking. I believe it's 7 ply. I have a Evans Genera dry head on batter and a Evans hazy 300 reso. There's a reason why they call it "Phat" Bob. Enjoy the hunt but you most definitely need to check this bad boy out.

Steve
Thanks man I just checked out some videos, sounds great.

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Originally Posted by mrmike View Post
The new ones sound good too. I sold my DW Craviotto because I like my 14x6.5 Ludwig Classic maple much more. No offense to Craviotto, I think it was the DW part I did not like. DW cut the edges and beds on all the Craviottos and sure enough, it sounded like a DW maple snare. Never liked any DW maple snare I have ever owned for some reason.
Just checked it out too. That is sweet.
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