13" x 7" maple limited-edition OCDP custom USA snare with Dunnett strainer. The 10-ply shell provides plenty of volume, with all the warmth and musicality sound that have made maple a favorite drum wo... Read More
13" x 7" maple limited-edition OCDP custom USA snare with Dunnett strainer. The 10-ply shell provides plenty of volume, with all the warmth and musicality sound that have made maple a favorite drum wood. Chrome hardware, premium snare wires, and Remo heads complete this classy, high-performance snare drum.
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This is an outstanding drum that is super tight and poppy, and able to provide a punch that stand out no matter how loud the music youre playing is. I've had this drum about 6 months but I doubt ill ever get another snare drum
Before I�ۡ���ve purchased this snare, I was playing �ۡ����Pork Pie�ۡ��� 12 x 5 �ۡ����Little Squealer�ۡ���. I still love pop & punch of the little snare. However, I wanted a snare with wider range of tuning. I also wanted a snare that can provide me a �ۡ����Fatter�ۡ��� sound for rock or ballad music where you do need deeper voice. I�ۡ���ve tried various 14-inch wooden snares with wider depths, and a lot of those sounded �ۡ����Too Deep�ۡ��� or �ۡ����Too Rounded�ۡ��� which would be difficult to cut through the mix in live situation. After trying a number of 13-inch wooden snares, I�ۡ���ve decided that 13-inch snare would be a good fit to satisfy my needs. When I saw this snare for the first time, I assumed that 7-inch depth would sound just like another 14-inch snares that I�ۡ���ve tried before. Also, I was not a big fan of �ۡ����Wrapped Drum�ۡ��� with glitter. I always thought natural finish without a wrap would provide better sound than wrapped ones. In spite of all the skepticism I had, the exact word that came out of my mouth was �ۡ����Wow�ۡ��� after playing for a few minutes. It had the �ۡ����Fatter�ۡ��� sound with �ۡ����Warmth�ۡ��� that I was looking for while still providing clear punch & crack to cut through the mix. I play a lot of ghost notes, so clear projection of those are also an important factor when choosing a snare. This snare had very clear projection of ghost notes while providing �ۡ����Openness�ۡ��� of maple wood & triple flanged hoop. I believe those tighter & more solid sound is the advantages you get with ODCP drums. I�ۡ���ve been playing this snare almost 6 months so far. It is very well-constructed product with much of craftsmanship. I also like �ۡ����Dunnett Swivel Throw Off�ۡ��� which is very convenient when you don�ۡ���t have much space to work with. For amount of money I�ۡ���ve spent for this snare, it was well worth it. I would recommend to any drummer who plays Rock, Funk, R&B, or etc�ۡ��_
I Picked up this snare about 4 days ago, and It is the best snare I have owned by far. Extremely easy to tune, and gives a very bright, tight, poppy tone. I would recommend this snare to anyone who is looking for an upgrade, you will not be disappointed.