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Drum Head from Evans belonging to the G2 series.

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  • saftisafti

    the worst model I've never played

    Evans G2 SetPublished on 11/01/14 at 04:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Carefully before created any controversy I speak of model 360 that came out at that time by the brand and reputation as extraordinary

    in fact it goes out of tune faster than g2 skin (normal)

    At the time I bought them, I had two models at the same time and each time I've had problems with 360

    it's annoying when the tone is lost every time

    This is why having always played on skin typing I just gave up and I turned to aquarium and remo

    I'll buy if it will return to old model but today it is found.
  • samarasamara

    Top Notch

    Evans G2 SetPublished on 09/12/14 at 01:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use them for just this year. The choice of these skins were justified by the use of its skin by my "mentor" George Kollias. Results: simply monstrous! A clicking sound with tight chest, or a thud and deep with a voltage more "loose". The sound is warm and perfectly controlled, perfectly clear sound even during passages most "nags" of my death and Black groups. FYI I'm using 8.10.12.13.14 and 16, only the 8 is a little hard to set 14 and 16 are simply monstrous! Good price / quality ratio, choice I will ever eyes closed.
  • gotirgotir

    After a good setting excellent.

    Evans G2 SetPublished on 08/30/11 at 07:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I play on a Tama Superstar. I wanted to change the skins home and asked my teacher (a career in jazz), what I had to be skins. He advised me G2 coated on toms, which had its drumkit.

    It was a very good advice, despite the difficult adjustment for my taste, the sound is very good dry, somewhat serious. On my 10''tom, I have very tight and when I type the sound of the snare reason (but it's not a good patch).

    So, I recommend it to everyone, but we can still do better!
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