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Old 01-14-2007, 07:42 PM
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Default My Current Snare Collection

Recently added a couple of new snares to the arsenal, so I thought I'd post updated pics.

Left to right:

5x13 Yamaha Steve Gadd Sig- Birch
5x14 DW Satin Maple
5x14 Brady Jarrah Ply
4x14 Sonor Designer White Sparkle Maple
5x14 Sonor Brass Symphonic
5x14 Ludwig Bronze Supra
6.5x14 Yamaha Manu Katche Sig- Brass

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Old 01-14-2007, 08:43 PM
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Which is the most balanced and or versatile?
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Old 01-14-2007, 10:37 PM
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Im i dreaming?? Nice collection.
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Wow!! I've been wanting to get a supra, how is it?
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wanna sell me one? :D
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Old 01-15-2007, 03:36 AM
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I want the Steve Gadd birch incredibly bad. Awesome collection you have there.
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Thanks for the comments! My favorite of the bunch is the Brady. Very versatile. Can be tuned way up or down, and is very sensitive. The Gadd snare is a very good "pop" snare tuned up. The supra is really nice. The bronze sounds fairly dark, more so than brass, but not as dark as copper. The 2 sonor's are amazing, the symphonic is especially sensitive and I love the stick chopper rims. Thanks again!
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Wow, thos are some beaty's you got there!

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I love that DW Satin Maple...how much?
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Do you really use all of them?
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Hey can i come over? Is it true that the Steve Gadd Signature snare untunes easily?
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Beautiful, love to get my hands on a supra.
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Hey can i come over? Is it true that the Steve Gadd Signature snare untunes easily?

Sure.. .come on over! I have only had the Gadd snare for about a week, but I've played it quite a bit. It has yet to de-tune on me. I put new heads on it, let it sit over night at a tight tension, then set the tuning to the desired sound and it has been fine ever since. And, I use a lot of rim shots, which can quickly de-tune a snare drum. So far so good!

Do I play them all? Not all at once! But, I do rotate them or change them out based on what songs they work best in. Otherwise, they are a collection. Almost all of them I have acquired as really, really good deals on ebay or drum forums. It you are patient, you can get good deals out there!
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