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Old 09-12-2012, 08:15 AM
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Hi amigos !

Here a new topic and I hope that everybody is going to participate.
I'm a French drummer for your information.

I share the pictures the snares I've been playing from year 2007 to 2012. I sold almost the whole collection. I'm waiting for a very rare Pearl Classic African Mahogany limited edition 14X6.5, only made for the European market. I'll share the pictures once I get it)

Please show us the snares you owned and and tell us the VERY best one.

WINNER : Gretsch Retro Mahogany 13X7 ! Killer Snare, very versatile, warm and well sound-balanced !!

CHOICE 2 = Pearl African Mahogany or Remo Gold Crown

CUSTOM YELLOW COPPER 14x5.5 (1 mm shell) Assembled in France

MING FULL CARBON 14X6 (1.2mm shell)

GRETSH FULL RANGE Retro Mahogany (6 ply) 13X7

DRUMCRAFT SERIE 8 ALUMINIUM DieCast SHELL 14X5 (5mm diecast shell)

REMO GOLD CROWN 14X6 ADV. ACOUSTICON Made in USA (solid fiberwood shell)

GRETSH USA Maple Jasper Shell 14X7 Made in USA (6 ply Gumwood and Maple)

PEARL BLACK BRASS limited Edition 14X6.5 (1.2 mm brass)

PEARL MMX Maple Sparkle 14X6 (Maple shell)

PREMIER NEW XPK Maple 14X5.5 (7 Ply Maple shell).5

SALMIERI Prodipe SAPELI 14X5.5 (Sapeli African wood, 5 ply)

TAMA STARCLASSIC Maple 14x6.5 (USA Maple with reinforcement rings) made in JAPAN

TAMA SUPERSTAR Birch 14X5.5 (Birch wood)

TAMBURO OPERA Black Satin 14X5 made in Italy (Stave USA Maple Wood)

WORLDMAX BRONZE Vintage 14X5

TAMBURO OPERA Zebrawood Maple 14X6.5 Made in Italy (Stave USA Maple Wood)

TAMBURO Formula Maple 14X5.5 (USA Maple Shell)

PEARL CLASSIC African Mahogany Limited Edition 14X6.5 (African Mahogany wood)

LUDWIG Black Beauty 14X5 (single sheet brass shell)

PREMIER Signia Marquis Maple (Laminated 7 Ply USA Maple)

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Old 09-12-2012, 03:19 PM
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That's a hell of a collection. Once my pain meds kick in I will get up and take some pictures of some of my snares.
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Here are my main snares. I have got a few others that sit around that I never use.

Trick 14x5 Kodiak. One of the best snares I have ever heard.



Trick 14x6 Copper.



Tama 14x8 Artwood



Trick Aluminum 14x7

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How do you like that carbon fiber snare? Any sound clips?
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My humble snare collection:

8" x 14" Gretsch Hand-Hammered Brass Snare (my favorite, it's a monster!)
5.5" x 14" Yamaha Stage Custom Birch Snare
6.5" x 14" Pearl Limited Edition Walnut Snare







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Old 09-12-2012, 05:51 PM
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That's a sweet gretsch snare. I had one of their black nickel 5x14 snares... I miss it. Such a great all around snare! I also had a porkpie cherry wood that I let get away. Very cool sound, kind of like a wet sound...
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Great snares dude, how do you like the Tricks?
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LOVE THEM! I have a full kit, far and beyond the best sounding kit I have ever played on. And I have worked in drum shops before, and done some touring. So I have had the chance to play quite a few kits.
The snares are great too. I was just playing on my 14x7 Trick snare, it's so versatile. It sounds great playing Foo Fighters and it sounds great playing metal, without even having to mess with the tuning. It just falls in to place. The S hoop is really cool too. The Kodiak is a really cool snare, it's just a shame they are so hard to find!
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Hey guys !

Nice snares too !
If you had to keep just one snare, which one would you get ?
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How do you like that carbon fiber snare? Any sound clips?
Carbon snares are very versatile, what I love with full carbon models (I mean the ones with Carbon hoop) : they sound awesome and they very very light ! Good choice for gigs :) Crossticks are magic, better than Diecast hoops and than wood hoops as well !
They sound inbetween Birch and Maple, hard to describe but they really worth while.

Ming cymbals are also very nice !

Check Carbon set sound here :

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Hey guys !

Nice snares too !
If you had to keep just one snare, which one would you get ?
As I mentioned my post, my 8x14 Gretsch would be my keeper :)
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I would probably have to keep the kodiak trick. But it would break my heart to get rid of my other snares, especially my 14x7.
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I would probably have to keep the kodiak trick. But it would break my heart to get rid of my other snares, especially my 14x7.
How lucky you are American drummers... here in France, Trick is almost impossible to find. :(
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Old 09-13-2012, 07:32 AM
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As I mentioned my post, my 8x14 Gretsch would be my keeper :)
Deep snares are my favorite too, especially for the 13 inch models.
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Old 09-13-2012, 09:11 AM
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this is my collection (i've never sold a snare i've owned):



this is my favourite:
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My latest customs.

6.5x13 Koa/Copper
5.5x14 Birdseye Maple/Stainless

The 13" is my current main. New 6.5 Rosewood shells are on their way for the 14". Fantastic snare drums.
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Old 09-13-2012, 06:29 PM
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Goergous ! Really love the Evetts one !
I'm jalous :)

PS : I updated the pictures I just received My Pearl African Mahogany 14X6.5 limited Edition :



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Hi guys.
There is The Good Snare thread to check out as well if you like snares. It is old now and many pics are gone sadly.

I have some of my snares on display in my gear thread. About 40 odd I think. I still have loads to add but who has time? Hopefully one day. There is some nice gear, old Ludwigs, Sonors etc etc. I have a pic of one that is about 113 years old but have yet to add it.

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My latest customs.

6.5x13 Koa/Copper
5.5x14 Birdseye Maple/Stainless

The 13" is my current main. New 6.5 Rosewood shells are on their way for the 14". Fantastic snare drums.
I just recently heard about these Acoutin snares. Found a video of one on youtube and it sounds amazing:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2F0GtvHFYI

Can you tell us more about yours?
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Hi guys.
There is The Good Snare thread to check out as well if you like snares. It is old now and many pics are gone sadly.

I have some of my snares on display in my gear thread. About 40 odd I think. I still have loads to add but who has time? Hopefully one day. There is some nice gear, old Ludwigs, Sonors etc etc. I have a pic of one that is about 113 years old but have yet to add it.

My thread can be found in my signature.
I checked out your thread and there are some awesome snares too ! yeah
Thanks for sharing !
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Old 09-17-2012, 10:39 AM
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Nice collection Daniboun ! and that is a surprising winner you chose..
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Nice collection Daniboun ! and that is a surprising winner you chose..
The price is not always a criterion for selection when you get a snare.
I can ensure you that this 140$ Gretsch Retro Mahogany is really magic ! This snare sounds warmer than my Pearl African Mahogany, has a fantastic attack and blends perfertly with my drumsets. This is the most versatile snare I've been playing.

My next buy is going to be the Drumsound Mahogany Khaya 14X6.5. This is what we consider as being the real Mahogany wood (from khaya senegalensis Senegal)



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Hi Guys,

I just extended my collection, no need to introduce these ones :



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Of all of the snares I've owned, my favorite sounding one is my 1928 Slingerland solid mahogany. Well, at least for the moment. My preference changes all the time, depending on my mood and on the gig...
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Of all of the snares I've owned, my favorite sounding one is my 1928 Slingerland solid mahogany. Well, at least for the moment. My preference changes all the time, depending on my mood and on the gig...
Does it look like the Radio King one ? Single ply shell ?
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Interesting that a few of you name mahogany as your favourites. It is getting me thinking I should build one. I have this 100 year old mahogany bed that I bought just for that purpose.



Has a neat history too

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Not in order shown
1 Pulse Piccolo 3.5 x 14
2 1972 Ludwig Acrolite 5 x 14
3 Ludwig Blackrolite 5 x 14
4 Crush black ash snare 5.5 x 14
5 Tama Metalworks 6.5 x 13
6 OCDP ash snare 7 x 13
7 OCDP black brass 7 x 13
8 Tama Metalworks 6.5 x 14
9 Crush 6.5 x 14 Aluminum snare
10 Ludwig Acrolite LTD 6.5 x 14
11 Crush acrylic 7 x 14
12 Mapex MPX maple 8 x 14 with die cast hoops
13 Ludwig Black Magic 8 x 14
14 maple 10 x 14 custom made snare with trick throw and die cast hoops
15 PDP 805 6 x 10 maple popcorn snare.
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Its to hard to pic a fav but since I must it has to be the 10 x 14 maple I made, just the depth and all the time I put into making it out of an old Pearl free floating snare shell.
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Not in order shown
1 Pulse Piccolo 3.5 x 14
2 1972 Ludwig Acrolite 5 x 14
3 Ludwig Blackrolite 5 x 14
4 Crush black ash snare 5.5 x 14
5 Tama Metalworks 6.5 x 13
6 OCDP ash snare 7 x 13
7 OCDP black brass 7 x 13
8 Tama Metalworks 6.5 x 14
9 Crush 6.5 x 14 Aluminum snare
10 Ludwig Acrolite LTD 6.5 x 14
11 Crush acrylic 7 x 14
12 Mapex MPX maple 8 x 14 with die cast hoops
13 Ludwig Black Magic 8 x 14
14 maple 10 x 14 custom made snare with trick throw and die cast hoops
15 PDP 805 6 x 10 maple popcorn snare.
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Its to hard to pic a fav but since I must it has to be the 10 x 14 maple I made, just the depth and all the time I put into making it out of an old Pearl free floating snare shell.
Nice collection ! Really great.
Which is the best one ?
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Nice collection ! Really great.
Which is the best one ?
Thanks, I just sold the blackrolite so its not in the mix anymore, My fav is probably the one I built out of the pearl 10 x 14 maple free floating shell, (bottom bottom right). It just sounds well deep and killer, plus the satisfaction of doing it yourself is a plus as well. Now I have my eyes on a Natal Old world bronze snare, it never ends, lol.

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CHOOSE THE BEST ONE! CHOOSE THE BEST ONE!

Are you a pet owner? Choose your best pet.

Are you a parent? Choose your best child.

Snares are all different. Some work better in some applications than in others but each has it's place. I wouldn't choose one definitively without knowing where you are going to use it.
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CHOOSE THE BEST ONE! CHOOSE THE BEST ONE!

Are you a pet owner? Choose your best pet.

Are you a parent? Choose your best pet.

Snares are all different. Some work better in some applications than in others but each has it's place. I wouldn't choose one definitively without knowing where you are going to use it.
Or choose your favourite testicle? Why, I'm quite attached to both thanks...
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Or choose your favourite testicle? Why, I'm quite attached to both thanks...
One point of view... agree to say that all the snares are different. But I keep on saying, that we can have a favorite one.
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Yamaha brass



Slingerland COB Krupa



15 Ply OCDP



10 ply Cw Series



CW PurpleHeart Segment



8 ply Cw Series 13"



10 ply Cw Series 13"


FAV= PURPLEHEART
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Very interesting... My next one is a Purpleheart Segment Snare 13X7 (horizonta grain)
Ooh, very nice. How does it sound in that size? Im thinking of building another one for myself.
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Ooh, very nice. How does it sound in that size? Im thinking of building another one for myself.
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Revive! Bring more snare porn!
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Great thread that really gets the heart rate going! Here's my humble contribution...

DW Collectors 10+6 Maple 14 x 6
SJC 10 Ply Maple 14 x 6.5

In 1st place: DW Collectors 10+6 Maple 14 x 6
In 2nd place: .......well what else could it be?!



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More snare porn it is...

http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/s...addy%27s+snare
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[quote=Ben_k;1104217]Great thread that really gets the heart rate going! Here's my humble contribution...

DW Collectors 10+6 Maple 14 x 6
SJC 10 Ply Maple 14 x 6.5

In 1st place: DW Collectors 10+6 Maple 14 x 6
In 2nd place: .......well what else could it be?!

I like that SJC!!!
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