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Old 05-07-2008, 05:56 AM
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this is my mapex solid bronze snare, 14x6.5,(http://lpdh.yupoo.com/)










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Old 05-07-2008, 02:47 PM
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Ummmmmmmm, looks a bit distant, can't quite see it in the pics. I think. Lots of Oriental writing is about all I see.
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Old 05-07-2008, 04:59 PM
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Default Re: my mapex solid bronze snare

pics aren't working.

Is this the phosphor bronze snare? is it hammered or is it just the regular shell?
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Old 05-07-2008, 09:18 PM
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pics aren't working.

Is this the phosphor bronze snare? is it hammered or is it just the regular shell?
Yeah the pics arent working
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Old 05-07-2008, 10:42 PM
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Gorgeous! That is an amazing looking drum. I had to do a double take when i saw the shell from the inside: it looks like a wood drum with reinforcement hoops.

Have fun playing it
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That's a drum I can look at and just know it sounds great. Totally awesome. Interesting choice on the fiberskyn, too. How would you describe the drum's sound the way you tune it?
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How thick is that shell? Is it 3mm? Seamless?
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wierd, I can see it now.

nice snare. How old is this snare, because it's before black panther snares were introduced

How's it sound with those heads?
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Can you tell me the difference between your gorgeous snare and the one I see elsewhere that has the tag Phosphur Bronze.
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yeah i see it now too! nice snare!!!! what remo head is that?
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Can you tell me the difference between your gorgeous snare and the one I see elsewhere that has the tag Phosphur Bronze.

this snare drum have a good sound! the sound Sensitive, you can turned to rock sound, funky sound.....louder, very heavy.
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yeah i see it now too! nice snare!!!! what remo head is that?
this remo head have a warm sound, good for play brushes .
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Old 05-09-2008, 02:58 PM
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wierd, I can see it now.

nice snare. How old is this snare, because it's before black panther snares were introduced

How's it sound with those heads?
yes ! but i buy it new , this snare drum made in china, i am a chinese drummer,so.....
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