Normally I'd recommend a Remo PS3, but if you're after a "studio" sound I'll assume your after something with a sharp thuddy attack and no sustain. Sounds like you need to try one of the EMAD's by Evans.I like a good studio sort of sound,
Or you might need a new beater.Check out the EQ series or an EMAD. Just as a side note, if you break a bass drum head, you've either had it on for too long or you're using the wrong head for your playing style.
Sounds good. Feel free to PM me if you have any questions.Im still using the same stock bass pedal that I got with my Pearl Forum, and I havent changed the skin for the bass drum since.
Thanks for the info, Ill look at the Evans EMAD, they sound the right choice for me.
Don't throw that thing on an EMAD!Yeah, the Evans BD heads are great.
I would get a GMAD and put a Falams (or however you spell it) patch on it so you dont break it again.
No, but you'll doom us all by creating a black hole near our solar system which will suck us all in.lol......a bit of shameless promotion perhaps?
Here's one to stump a loyal employee......will my drums explode if I use an Evans batter with a Remo reso?
We don't do a 26" G1 simply because there really isn't the demand for a wide-open single-ply bass head without the EQ overtone ring. The EQ4 still offers an open, fully resonant tone that can be tune super low without sounding boxy.Does Evans even offer a 26" bass drum head that DOESN'T have a muffle ring in it?
Just a plain 26" coated G1?