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Old 12-05-2011, 07:30 PM
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Default Heads for Beech shells?

Hello, everyone. I am currently running a Sonor late 70's Phonic kit, 6 piece, with 9 ply beech shells, with clear Pinstripes up top and coated Ambs below. Whats a good head combo that would make the true tone of the beech come through, without having the ring of single plys all around? Or am I just being nitpicky? Any thoughts?
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Old 12-06-2011, 06:50 AM
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Default Re: Heads for Beech shells?

pinstripes aren't single plys.

my favourite drummer (benny greb, who also uses beech shells) uses coated emperors over clear ambassadors, and i think his drums sound fantastic! (also a sonor kit)
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Old 12-06-2011, 02:00 PM
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Default Re: Heads for Beech shells?

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pinstripes aren't single plys.

my favourite drummer (benny greb, who also uses beech shells) uses coated emperors over clear ambassadors, and i think his drums sound fantastic! (also a sonor kit)
Oh yea, I know. Sorry, sometimes I dont punctuate correctly to get my point across lol. I like benny grebs sound. I think I will have to try the coated emps over clear ambs. Thanks for the response.
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