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Remo Falams K-Series Smooth White Batter Head White 13 in.

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From the inventor of the first synthetic drum head, Remo Belli, come the heads that proudly bear his name. Remo offers the widest variety of sizes, coatings, weights, and styles of any manufacturer. T... Read More

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From the inventor of the first synthetic drum head, Remo Belli, come the heads that proudly bear his name. Remo offers the widest variety of sizes, coatings, weights, and styles of any manufacturer. This K-Falam smooth white batter head is made of Kevlar to withstand the demands of the high-tension marching environment. Smooth white 14".

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One year warranty on heads.
5 year warranty on hardware and practice sets.
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RemoFalams K-Series Smooth White Batter Head
 
3.0

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3.0

Don't "Falam" Too Hard

By FatDrums

from Johnson City, TN

Comments about Remo Falams K-Series Smooth White Batter Head:

The Remo Falam II K is fine for High School marching lines, but if you are involved in Corps or indoor-line you will find them deficient at best. They have a bad tendency to pull when "boned" down. It all depends on how high you plan to tighten them.

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