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  • Evans EQ4 Batter

    Evans EQ4 batter clear 22"Publié le 05/09/10 à 15:00
    I'm a drummer. I'm originally from Brazil. I play in a band called Glint.

    One of the big characteristics of my drum set sound, it's a violent low, deep, explosive sound. The Evans EQ4 Kick Drum Batter is part of my recipe to get a super defined attack with a full and vigorous low-end kick drum sound. I've never like to stuff my kick drum with pillows, blankets or any other muffling device. I like to leave the drum to 'speak by itself'. I do understand that once in a while some damping here and there can definitely improve the sound, but there is nothing better than feel the skin vibrate freely. And the feeling I get from the EQ2 is superb.

    You can get this skin for a price ranging......
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    I'm a drummer. I'm originally from Brazil. I play in a band called Glint.

    One of the big characteristics of my drum set sound, it's a violent low, deep, explosive sound. The Evans EQ4 Kick Drum Batter is part of my recipe to get a super defined attack with a full and vigorous low-end kick drum sound. I've never like to stuff my kick drum with pillows, blankets or any other muffling device. I like to leave the drum to 'speak by itself'. I do understand that once in a while some damping here and there can definitely improve the sound, but there is nothing better than feel the skin vibrate freely. And the feeling I get from the EQ2 is superb.

    You can get this skin for a price ranging from $35 to $50 depending on size of your kick.

    <a href="http://www.glintonline.com">http://www.glintonline.com</a>

    The EQ4 gives not only the low-end drive that I love but also a clean and strong punchy attack.

    This skin is great for applications which require a big and live bottom from your kit. For more clean and intricate foot work go with the EQ2.

    The EQ4 is a 10 mil single-ply batter, with a internal control ring in its edge.

    EQ4 is a great option for those drummer, who like me, love very low drum tuning and very deep sound without loosing a punchy attack.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Evans EQ4 batter clear 22"Publié le 08/12/09 à 03:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This excellent skin EQ4.

    I use a Pearl Export Bass Drum 22 "and double pedal, the sound is enormous, both for the Blues as metal, through the Rock.

    Use coupled to a resonant quality, open, and there is only happiness.

    And very strong on top of that.
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