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Old 09-20-2013, 04:07 PM
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Default Re: Are Ludwig Supraphonics really that good a snare

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Originally Posted by Les Ismore View Post
That being said and the fact the drums design virtually hasn't change makes the drum dated sonically IMO. I was over, tired of the sound in the 70's.

Any up and coming drummer's snare sound is not going to be heard as new/original if they play a 400/402, their sound is old news already IMO.

If you want ('need') to sound like a million other drummers past, than do get a 400/402.

The BUDWISER of snare drums.
Am I wrong to take offense to this post ? Which snare drum one uses does not dictate what they sound like. The drummer is mainly responsible for that. Supra's are great snares, loaded with character, IMO. And even if you don't think so, using one isn't going to automatically make you sound like everyone else. Is a guitar player going to sound dated, and like everyone else, if he plays a Strat ? This is just silly.

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