Hello everyone. I use this snare for the past six months and I am satisfied Peline. I have a MODEL in 14 * 6.1 / 2 Mount with Remo Ambassador Remo sand and strikes in rsonnace anbassador snare and it sounds serious. This snare drum has the warmth of wood and the power of mtale making it a super versatile instrument in a rock record. The sound is powerful (note the ears) and his style is fabulous. BMOL when even a small snare drum because it is quite difficult in these amtriser carrment beginners but becomes enjoyable to play with time. She does several times qualified as an instrument for quality by its ing either live or in studio. Finally if you have the opportunity to snare the acqurir Do not hesitate a single second.
pataploumf's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Mapex HAMMERED SERIES PHOSPHOR BRONZE
I have this snare for two years now. I like the sound, but it is modern as it should. Sound like a slap metal case but the warmth of wood with hammering. I had tried long ago and fell in love. I looked for a year and a half into an opportunity and I ended up finding it. Newfoundland is a bit expensive for the Taiwan made it and used it almost impossible to find. In the harder it is to try it in stores because it is not in stock. I use it in funk and even reggae I am very satisfied. For the jazz is a bit against the "hard". I think she is perfect for rock even though I play more. I have version deep (6.5 inches) and I sometimes wonder if it does not suit me better in 5.5 including jazz. But it's a great snare drum with a real personality, a modern sound, versatility, and precision attack of the metal with the warmth of wood. Finally I that I love is that well-ordered, it does not need to mute, which to me is really a sign that it's a great body.