I have been using 4 ans.J got a vintage model now.
I like the sound prcis and warm. It's a great snare that does not sound metal. (Not invasive in frquences high, rather medium)
runs well and has power is when the good slap!
It is excelente jazz recess, and trs comporet well on other styles like rock and Funck.
I have stamp parallle trigger and ease of tuning.
It costs 800 euros new ... It's a short but the quality of manufacture (United States) and the sound are that price.
It's high-end Ludwig, who made this choice I think is not.
Right now I play on a vintage 1960 model is the same CHARACTERISTICS with just over
according to the possibilities of his hits ... in fact there are more harmonics.
I think this comes from aluminum which is a bit different now.
Excellent short product!!
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prof cool's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I restored my super sensitive LM410 in 2004. MODEL is one of the 70.
I love the precision and the possibility of rponse rglages.
I use the second snare (THE FIRST as a ludwig SLAR).
During the restoration I ran to the problem of missing inviting muted.
To complicate matters you should know that several types of mutes t have to mount this era. It is important to trs vrifier the direction of the holes (the biggest in over under ...). Fortunately dtach spices are not too complicated to find.
Long live the net!
This kind of stuff is expensive trs see too much opportunity but it is possible to find happiness if they spend time a good recovery.