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  • Bob SiemerinkBob Siemerink

    Awesome drum

    Asama caisse claire woodPublished on 09/02/18 at 08:18
    I'm using this snare drum for my "dweilorkest". A dutch/german music group for parties. The nice thing about this drum is that its very strong. It fell on the ground for a couple of times but no damage on the drum. The rims are a little bit oxidised, but I'm using this snare drum in every weather condition. Sound is good. Especially for this price!
  • rhaaboudinrhaaboudin

    Asama caisse claire woodPublished on 02/15/08 at 12:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I play the snare drum depth 5.5 "for six months, the stamp has a tendency to respond in a delayed ghost notes, an easy game" laid back ", the shells have a clipping system chimneys unusual but silent and they pride themselves easily and the trigger side should be treated with some aspects, the outer ply is a pretty light caramel extremely fine lens and not one as some models photoflam 8 "might suggest, the drum is a multiple (7?) of Unidentified light wood stained mahogany (?) the sound is quite round and not aggressive strikes cerlage a 2.3 mm could give him a little tone, Dunnett's not, it's playable but it is probably not the only priced, a 80-120 would be more realistic in that I also h…
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    I play the snare drum depth 5.5 "for six months, the stamp has a tendency to respond in a delayed ghost notes, an easy game" laid back ", the shells have a clipping system chimneys unusual but silent and they pride themselves easily and the trigger side should be treated with some aspects, the outer ply is a pretty light caramel extremely fine lens and not one as some models photoflam 8 "might suggest, the drum is a multiple (7?) of Unidentified light wood stained mahogany (?) the sound is quite round and not aggressive strikes cerlage a 2.3 mm could give him a little tone, Dunnett's not, it's playable but it is probably not the only priced, a 80-120 would be more realistic in that I also have 8 "deep past fifteen years, it still more successful but far from worth the bargain price recommended;

    my opinion is based on the practice of sixty cases, I paid the 5.5 "100 euros if it had been in very good condition the deal would have been correct; too much oxidation (seen too late) are that the case is very limit limit;
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