I'm not much of a fan of 14x5.5 snares at all. The Starclassic sounds good...but I can't get a nice high pop from it like I like. The Artwood does it easily and sounds great.Just wondering how come you like the Artwood better than the, supposedly pretty good, Starclassic?
I know what you mean. I seem to favor deeper drums with a high crack (or snap or pop or whatever) as well.I'm not much of a fan of 14x5.5 snares at all. The Starclassic sounds good...but I can't get a nice high pop from it like I like. The Artwood does it easily and sounds great.
The SC is a much higher quality drum but the Artwood gets it done for me. I paid $98 for the Artwood. I tend to favor maple snares more so than other shell types.
Would Dave have a last name that anyone might know? Donn Bennett used to have that same snare with a signature from its previous owner, who now plays DW drums - when he's not playing guitar, that is.My buddy Dave gave me this. Its a 1980s Superstar 14"x8" in Maple finish. He used it in the early 90's but now he mostly plays guitar....
Just fitted it with a new Aquarian Hi-Energy which he recommended to me....
Unfortunately the wire snares are not the full length original ones.
Are these them?
http://www.samash.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_14 20 Strand Snare Drum Wires_-1_10052_10002_-49998251?cm_mmc=Froogle-_-Snare Drum Wires-_-14 20 Strand Snare Drum Wires-_-TMS20R14S
i own the copper snare, done many gigs with it. have got nothing but amazing things said about it heres a video of me with it at guitar center drum offAnybody try the Tama Starclassic Copper snare?
what kind of hoops are on the acylic snare? doesnt look like diecast, looks like bell brass hoops BUT its not the same color as the tama BB hoops. prob just another version of diecast?Here it is...legendary
Tama bell brass snare.
Tama fibrestar snare
Tama acrylic snare
Look all my tama snares on facebook groups "tama slovenija" and "zildjian slovenija".