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Old 04-30-2010, 07:39 PM
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so guys i wanna change my reverse dot snare head or something a little different. i play rock mainly but jazz and blues also. my snare is a 14x5.5 steam bent solid maple snare with re-enforcing rings. im edging toward either an evans g1 coated or maybe a genera dry, i would prefer to stay using evans heads but i am open to other options also
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Old 05-04-2010, 10:48 AM
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so guys i wanna change my reverse dot snare head or something a little different. i play rock mainly but jazz and blues also. my snare is a 14x5.5 steam bent solid maple snare with re-enforcing rings. im edging toward either an evans g1 coated or maybe a genera dry, i would prefer to stay using evans heads but i am open to other options also
What reverse dot head are you using? I have a 13 x 5 stave maple snare with a genera hd dry batter and I find it's just too dead, the genera dry is even worse. I'm currently using power centre reverse dot coated batters on my other snares & will be changing the stave to the same. Nice focussed sound in the centre but lively near the rim. Great for rimshots. Just the right combo of flavours for me.
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