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Old 12-11-2006, 04:40 AM
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DELTA V
Dunnett Titanium 14X6.5
Those of you who know snares, know about the Dunnett Titanium Snares. Ultra thin titanium shell in RAW finish, wide snare beds,
non-vented, 8-classic chrome tube lugs,
Nickel Drumworks Strainer, 40 strand snappy snares, 2.3mm Triple flanged hoops.











HEAVY METAL
Drum Workshop introduced a special Collector's Series Edge snare drum.
DW Edge 30TH Anniversary Neil Peart snare
14X6 Brass center/Maple Rings
24 Karat Gold hardware
10 lugs
The Neil Peart Edge snare drum features
DW’s exclusive brass and maple Edge design.
that includes Rush’s famous “Starman” logo and
is finished to match Neil’s own kit in Black Mirra
Lacquer finish with 24-karat gold hardware and
DW's new Delta ball-bearing throw-off.

"We worked very hard with Neil on the new kit, and
we knew that this new setup was really something special,"
commented John Good, DW drum designer and executive vice-president.
"From the custom shell design and Rush logo graphics ...

Amazing drum equaled only by the Sonor Signature Bubinga, one of my two favorites











JUNGLELORD
The Zebrawood Stave by SMD
13X5 Diecast Hoops all in Gold
.5 inches thick
8 lugs and tension rods all in gold
Sounds similar to the DW Edge, I assume thats due to the high silica content of the Zebrawood that gives it a nice brass sound





open fire/both barrels



BONHAM
Sonor Signature Bubinga Heavy 14X8
12mm Beech
Diecast Hoops
12 lugs







WILDTHING
The Joshuatree Purpleheart/Paduk Stave 14X5
Diecast top/triple flange bottom
.5 inch thick
10 lugs brass rods
sounds like Stuart Copelands from the Police


Playing side snare on the Signature Kit and fits in perfectly both sonicly and visually






MISSING IN ACTION
Gretsch Maple Snare 14X5
Diecast hoops/10 lugs
maple gretsch snare on the floor now sold
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Old 12-11-2006, 05:49 AM
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I really like that stave.
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Old 12-11-2006, 06:05 AM
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I really like them all. Those are beautiful. That titanium one must be soo loud, also must have cost a fortune
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Old 12-11-2006, 06:08 AM
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I got the titanium on ebay for $540.
watch ebay and every three months or so you get one for around 500 to 550.
they will have the old style throw off.
the new R dunnett throw off is only a $40 upgrade.
I have not bothered doing that yet but I could put that upgrade on the Ti, and both Staves.

Its not overly loud actually, but it is a wonderful snare...very sensitive and seems to blend well with many styles of music
If I had to choose between the five snares for my favorite I would go
#1 DW Edge
#2 & #3 tied between Titanium and Signature
#4 Zebrawood Stave
#5 Purpleheart/Paduk Stave
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Old 12-11-2006, 06:24 AM
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The only thing I have heard of ti snares, are from the indoor storm sound samples.

Could you charactarize the sound vs steel or other metal snares? Thanks.
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Old 12-11-2006, 06:58 AM
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That is quite a nice selection of beautiful snares. I like the variety and that Peart snare is sweet!
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Old 12-11-2006, 02:32 PM
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Awsome snares :D I like the Dw the most
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Old 12-11-2006, 05:13 PM
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The only thing I have heard of ti snares, are from the indoor storm sound samples.

Could you charactarize the sound vs steel or other metal snares? Thanks.
well I had a pearl Export steel snare that was totatlly Bonham sounding...this drum is not like that.
I actually loved that Pearl steel snare.
I have to say I really like brass snares and its not like those either.
The Titanium is not like any of those....it is very versitile and has wonderful sensitivity but they have a sound all their own. Not to sure how to describe it but any drummer would love it, I know that. Its not for death metal but would be great for anything else I would think....I would go steel for death metal.
I use it for country, rock, jazz, big band...very versitile and I also dig the sound.
If you get one you will keep it.
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