Single-ply Attack Fusion Drumheads have been specially designed to deliver the tone and punch you need to cut through the mix. The 5-pack includes 3 tom heads (10", 12", and 14"), one 14" snare head, ... Click To Read More About This Product
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Single-ply Attack Fusion Drumheads have been specially designed to deliver the tone and punch you need to cut through the mix. The 5-pack includes 3 tom heads (10", 12", and 14"), one 14" snare head, and one No Overtone 22" kick drumhead.
3 medium-clear one-ply tom heads (10", 12", and 14")
One coated one-ply 14" snare head
One No Overtone one-ply 22" kick head
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Comments about Attack Fusion Drumhead 5-Pack:
It's difficult to imagine that 5 drumheads for 30 dollars could possibly sound good, but in my opinion, the Attack 5 pack drumheads not only sound good but are as good if not better than some other top brands that are much more expensive. I have been buying the Attack prepacks for several years now and never had any problems with them. Starting with the 1 ply medium coated snare head, it has a deeper, crisper tone than the overated Remo ambassador. The ambassador has been around since caveman days and is probably the most popular snare drumhead but that doesn't mean it's the best. The Attack snare batter head is similar to an Aquarian satin textured coated head, the only exception is the coating will wear off quicker than an Aquarian, but so does an ambassador. It can be tuned hi or low and it does the job well. The tom heads are probably the weakest of the bunch. They are decent singly ply heads that have a good open tone, but not great. They have always been durable enough for me to last at least a few months but heavy hitters might have to replace them after a few weeks. The no overtone bass drum head is similar to a Remo powerstroke 3 or an Evans EQ4 and just as good. It produces a clean, punchy, deep tone without excess ring, but it's still best to use some type of muffling, whether it be a muffle ring or a pillow to keep the bass drum sounding too boomy. The powerstroke 3 and Evans EQ4 bass drum heads cost around 30 dollars each so getting 5 drumheads for 30 dollars that sound good and can last awhile is a fantastic deal.
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