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Old 09-13-2012, 12:58 AM
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Default Best Snare Combo (Opinionated)

Hello, so I recently changed my snare heads/wires and I got this idea get everyone to put what heads they use, what snare wires they use, how they tune the heads, and possibly to describe the sound.

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On my main snare (14x5), maple, I use an Evans HD Dry over an Evans Hazy 300. The wires are Puresound Blaster snares. I tune both heads extremely tight. It is a very poppy, dry sound. Great for hip-hop and funk.

On my side snare (14x5.5), steel, I use a Remo Black Sude Emperor over a Remo Hazy Ambassador. The wires are Duplex 20 strand snares. I tune both heads farly loose, but I get a surprisingly crisp sound. It's great for jazz, and when you play really fast it sounds like bacon sizzling. Yum!
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Old 09-13-2012, 05:30 AM
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Default Re: Best Snare Combo (Opinionated)

I got a black panther for my snare (maple shell with an outer play of cherry). I usually use a coated CS over a hazy ambassador. Although I'm using a coated emperor as my batter since I have one more to burn through after I was given them for like a birthday or something. I tune both heads pretty darn tight, but I always tune tune the reso a bit higher for more body.

I'm interested in trying the Remo black x head though. One of my favorite drummers uses one occasionally and it always sounded amazing on his recordings.
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