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Old 05-10-2013, 03:43 AM
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Here is my Mapex Saturn 14x5.5 and the Supraphonic I gave to my church. Peace and goodwill.
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Old 05-11-2013, 12:30 AM
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I've had many snares in my life: Mapex Saturn, Dunnett, DW, etc... but I have to admit that the Mapex Saturn remains one of the best ones so far...
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carter used it with dave matthews band on the central park album, i think he uses ocheltree snare drums otherwise. but anyway, this snare has the best crack ive ever heard. it exploads, and then you dont expect it to have such incredible sensativity at low volumes. no ring, overtones get a listen for yourself
I love the look of these, never played a Dunnet snare but if they taste as good as they smell the you must be a happy man!
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Modified Acro with Trick Hardware



5 "other" snares.....

I like you have 5 snare stands!!!
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Here is my Mapex Saturn 14x5.5 and the Supraphonic I gave to my church. Peace and goodwill.
What's the story with the Supra wearing bowties? Is this a reclamation project? Took me off-guard for a second...
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Old 05-13-2013, 06:29 AM
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With Yamaha's exact new direction up in the air, I think I will hold on to my Copper Nouveau snare in hopes that it will be more valuable in the future. Hopefully the "Made in Japan" stock will become collectible in the second hand market. In the mean time, it sounds incredible.





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Old 05-24-2013, 12:13 PM
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Hello, i want to buy a new snare. I prefer an 6.5 aluminium one because i like the sound of them.


- Pearl Sensitone Alu
- Tama Starphonic Alu (not exactly 6.5)
- New Ludwig Acrolite Limited edition.

The pearl is the cheapest one, the tama the best build (strainer, lugs etc) and the Ludwig has the best reputation (but i find the strainer pretty weak). What will be the best choice, i sometimes think that especially the Acrolite is overpriced and that you pay extra for the Ludwig badge.

What do you think ?

Thanks in Advance... Frank (NL)
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Not sure how good this one sounds, but it looks freaking awesome. It's from a local company from down here in SC called MBW drums.

7.75x13, 20-ply maple, custom made brass hardware.


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Old 06-04-2013, 09:40 PM
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Thought I'd leave a stamp on this thread with my new Zebrawood custom snare.
I posted a thread showing it but I guess this thread here is the place to show your snare drums.

Bought it from some guy who makes a custom exotic wood line of snare drums on his own:
http://www.miara-drums.com/

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Hi, I'm a newbie!



Evett's Jarrah ply with Blackheart veneer


These guys are Australian based snare makers - I hadn't heard of them till just recently.
I cam across this vid on the tube, not the same as the pic but man! it's nice!

Evetts 14x8 Blue Gum, Huon Pine Veneer Snare Drum
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Evett's Jarrah ply with Blackheart veneer


These guys are Australian based snare makers - I hadn't heard of them till just recently.
I cam across this vid on the tube, not the same as the pic but man! it's nice!

Evetts 14x8 Blue Gum, Huon Pine Veneer Snare Drum
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWfWaFqA7Tg
Nice! Pity the audio is processed with reverb added. Welcome to the forum :)
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So, I've been obsessed with brass snares recently. I want to get a new one, and I originally wanted a Black Beauty, but I can't afford the $650+ price tag.

I looked up the Black Magic line, and I really like the way they sound. And it's almost half the price.

Any of you guys used a Black Magic, and if so, how does it compare to the Black Beauty? Is the sound that much different? To me, it honestly looks like the BB just uses the heavy duty hardware, and that's the only difference.
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So, I've been obsessed with brass snares recently. I want to get a new one, and I originally wanted a Black Beauty, but I can't afford the $650+ price tag.

I looked up the Black Magic line, and I really like the way they sound. And it's almost half the price.

Any of you guys used a Black Magic, and if so, how does it compare to the Black Beauty? Is the sound that much different? To me, it honestly looks like the BB just uses the heavy duty hardware, and that's the only difference.
I think you should give the Pork Pie BOB a try. I've had the Bob and a lot of other brass snares sitting right beside one another and for the price, the Bob is perfect for less money.
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What's the story with the Supra wearing bowties? Is this a reclamation project? Took me off-guard for a second...
I bought it from Ebay like that, and it has been the source of much speculation since I bought it several years ago. It must have been some sort of special order back in the day. Peace and goodwill.
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Old 06-23-2013, 06:09 PM
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Check out the Vault Edge snare by sabian and DW, got the link here:

http://www.howtodrum.org/vault-edge-...on-snare-drum/

Its mint!! I definitely want one!
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Old 06-24-2013, 04:39 PM
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So, I've been obsessed with brass snares recently. I want to get a new one, and I originally wanted a Black Beauty, but I can't afford the $650+ price tag.

I looked up the Black Magic line, and I really like the way they sound. And it's almost half the price.

Any of you guys used a Black Magic, and if so, how does it compare to the Black Beauty? Is the sound that much different? To me, it honestly looks like the BB just uses the heavy duty hardware, and that's the only difference.
I own both the BB and the BM in 6.5 x 14. The BM is a great snare, at less than half the price, it is a great substitute for the BB.
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I own both the BB and the BM in 6.5 x 14. The BM is a great snare, at less than half the price, it is a great substitute for the BB.
I used to play deep wood snare tuned high for 15+ years (most recently Gretsch 7x14 maple snare) until I tried the Yamaha 3.5x14 David Garibaldi signature brass snare. The best snare I've ever had by a country mile. The model is discontinued in Europe but you can find it in Japan for a reasonable price (cost me less than $400 including shipping fee). That snare is extremely versatile despite the piccolo size. Looks great too!!
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Old 08-10-2013, 04:43 AM
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VLT 14x6. My fave wood snare. Tons of character and tone.
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Old 08-18-2013, 05:57 PM
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Picked this Truth Custom up a few days ago!
14x6 Maple Stave Shell w/ oak veneer, mini tube lugs
It came with a cheap throw off but i swapped that out for a dunnett!
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Picked this Truth Custom up a few days ago!
14x6 Maple Stave Shell w/ oak veneer, mini tube lugs
It came with a cheap throw off but i swapped that out for a dunnett!
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Beautiful snare...............does the throw-off make it difficult to fit in a case?
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Old 08-19-2013, 02:19 PM
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Beautiful snare...............does the throw-off make it difficult to fit in a case?
Not at all! It's currently in a 14x5.5 case and fits snug with no movement.
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Not at all! It's currently in a 14x5.5 case and fits snug with no movement.
What kind of case are you using?
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So I have a question about this one particular snaredrum that I can buy secondhand. It's a Pearl Masters Studio Birch 14x5,5", with Mastercast hoops. It's offered for €199, which is about $265,59. It has one small damaged area on the shell and it has light pitting. The seller told me this, I can't see it on the pictures though. Its series no. is 233622.

What are your experiences with this snare? And what do you think of the price? Also, does anyone know what year it's from?

I have a Pearl Chad Smith signature snaredrum, but I find that one a bit too direct and too loud. On the other hand, I don't like the sound of some wood snares live either. Some wood snares are just too woody in that you just hear the drum and almost no punch. On the other hand, I do like the body that deeper snares have that I played before.
In short: would a 14x5,5" Birch snare be a good move away from a 14x5 steel shell?

Pictures here: http://link.marktplaats.nl/707815614

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Old 08-19-2013, 07:46 PM
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What kind of case are you using?
At the minute it's in a cheap Mapex case, but soon it shall be in a 14x5.5 Ahead Case
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Old 08-21-2013, 11:42 AM
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So here's my new snare :)

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Evett's Jarrah ply with Blackheart veneer


These guys are Australian based snare makers - I hadn't heard of them till just recently.
I cam across this vid on the tube, not the same as the pic but man! it's nice!

Evetts 14x8 Blue Gum, Huon Pine Veneer Snare Drum
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWfWaFqA7Tg
That snare is just amazing looking.
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I just got a couple This one I got a few weeks ago 8 x 14 PDP limited 20 ply maple, DW mag throw 2.3mm hoops awesome nice fat tone. $230 new delivered.

I just got this one the other day because I cant go on vacation. 6.5 x 14 Tama Artwood birch. Evans G1 coated and hazy 300 stock nice wires. All I did was tune it, awesome punchy sound and extremely versatile. This is a exclusive at GC for $200, I got it for less because I know the manager and he gives me deals. Did help some for my lack of vacation.

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I just got a couple This one I got a few weeks ago 8 x 14 PDP limited 20 ply maple, DW mag throw 2.3mm hoops awesome nice fat tone. $230 new delivered.
if they made that in like a 6.5 or 7 x 13" , i would be all over one!


also...

i just got one of these too at GC, used tama artwood snare 7 x 13 ... i snap a pic of it tomorrow

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if they made that in like a 6.5 or 7 x 13" , i would be all over one!


also...

i just got one of these too at GC, used tama artwood snare 7 x 13 ... i snap a pic of it tomorrow

They actually do make it in a 6.5 x 14 ( which I have ) and a 7 x 13 they also make a birch in the 5,5 and 6.5 x 14. http://www.pacificdrums.com/snares/ and the price is nice on these,

Nice snare yourself, yes please post pics asap.
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They actually do make it in a 6.5 x 14 ( which I have ) and a 7 x 13 they also make a birch in the 5,5 and 6.5 x 14. http://www.pacificdrums.com/snares/ and the price is nice on these,

Nice snare yourself, yes please post pics asap.
oh wow they do sell a 13" one. so yours has bubinga on the outside and maple on the inside?

heres my new to me snare! looks like its not a wrap (i cant find the end of the wrap). i guess thats why its called an "artwood".

all maple too!

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Nice, that's awesome its not a wrap. Yeah 18 plies of maple and an inner and outer of bubinga, killer sound and great price.
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Nice, that's awesome its not a wrap. Yeah 18 plies of maple and an inner and outer of bubinga, killer sound and great price.
thanks!

hmmm, price seems good for that snare, im gonna look into
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220 with free shipping on the bay, I cant find any sound samples of that one but can imagine it would sound great too.
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oh wow they do sell a 13" one. so yours has bubinga on the outside and maple on the inside?

heres my new to me snare! looks like its not a wrap (i cant find the end of the wrap). i guess thats why its called an "artwood".

all maple too!

When it's not a wrap, it's a laquer... nice piece!
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220 with free shipping on the bay, I cant find any sound samples of that one but can imagine it would sound great too.
rats, well ill have to look around the internet to find a sample.

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When it's not a wrap, it's a laquer... nice piece!
yes its lacquer finish... thanks! it has a very nice crack to it
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Default TAMA Maple Snare 13"

Does anyone have one of these or has anyone played one before? It looks like a TAMA Artwood snare. All the owner knows is that its TAMA, Maple and 13". It sure looks purty though.

http://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/msg/4087609850.html

I'm looking to get a snare for my newly acquired PDP M5 kit (that I bought used without a snare) and this looks like it may be a winner. My second question is, he's asking $100 but right now I really only have about $70 to offer. Would that be a sheisty offer on my part?
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Does anyone have one of these or has anyone played one before? It looks like a TAMA Artwood snare. All the owner knows is that its TAMA, Maple and 13". It sure looks purty though.

http://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/msg/4087609850.html

I'm looking to get a snare for my newly acquired PDP M5 kit (that I bought used without a snare) and this looks like it may be a winner. My second question is, he's asking $100 but right now I really only have about $70 to offer. Would that be a sheisty offer on my part?
seller mentions that it is made of birch. he also mentions that it is new. i think 100 for it including the case and is a good buy. the head looks new too. i say go play it and if you like it get it!
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seller mentions that it is made of birch. he also mentions that it is new. i think 100 for it including the case and is a good buy. the head looks new too. i say go play it and if you like it get it!
You're right. Birch, not Maple.
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Well I pulled the trigger on this TAMA snare. It's a 13x6.5" TAMA Artwood snare. $100 to include a leather TAMA snare case. The owner said its birch but I wonder if it isn't maple. All the reviews online suggest this drum is maple. Anyone know for sure? It's got a nice black to dark silver burst lacquer with a very subtle sparkle to it.

The owner won it in a raffle and it was literally never used. I didn't believe it at first but there were no marks on the head until I started testing it. Sounds amazing with a tight "pop" that decays quickly. I probably won't even use any moongel on this.



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Very nice! Congrats! Now just imagine it with a Coated Amb!!!! ;o) Enjoy!
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