14x4.5" Maple/Spruce hybrid. 6mm shell. 4 ply Spruce with 2 inner ply of Maple.
I'm just watching this stream of his right now, showcasing his new snare. He said he wanted the price to be much lower to get it in the hands of many more people than his Aux snare. Also, the drum is made in Japan and has the same bearing edges as the Star series snares.Sounds good, hopefully they keep it affordable. The aux 10x6 at ~$1100...that's pretty crazy.
Nice snare! Is it just me or is the snare butt end mount installed upside down? The mount footprint has a third lobe that would better serve stability if installed in the direction of the snare tension forces.58000,00 JPY. So about 508 USD
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Play a Starphonic and you will reconsider your opinion on deeper snaredrums.A beautiful snare both sonically and visually. Erskine is right about the drum's ability to "spin on a dime." Shallower snares (i.e., 5.5" and smaller) can do it all, taking both low and high tunings quite well and supplying sensitivity and articulation throughout. Deeper shells have always seemed less adaptable to me. Though they add body to higher tunings, they can be wild and without focus at lower ones, and the extra space between the batter head and resonant head alters the feel of the drum in a way that doesn't meet my approval. This is why I play nothing deeper than 5.5".
Play a Starphonic and you will reconsider your opinion on deeper snaredrums.
I had the SLP birch 10” popcorn snare and like its sound but it was weak under louder playing conditions. Then I heard that signature snare with stave construction and it’s got the beef. And the price! Just too much for an aux snare.The aux 10x6 at ~$1100...that's pretty crazy.
DCP had a George Way kit owned by Peter in his transition from DW to Tama in the old store. I recall the gold trim diecast rims.I hope so. Erskine appeared to be very picky/finicky/particular about the gear on the Tama videos in which he promoted his yellow Star kit and his signature popcorn snare (which I wanted until I saw the $1100 price tag).