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Pearl UCA5014 ULTRACAST 14 X 5 ALUMINIUM
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  • VelvarVelvar

    Pearl UCA5014 ULTRACAST 14 X 5 ALUMINIUMPublished on 06/02/05 at 05:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for about 6 months and I am very happy, I was looking for a compromise between wood and metal, this snare is the perfect score of 2, it combines heat and sharp. Because I like metal snare, but their sound is often too aggressive. Aluminium is originally a metal rather feeble (compared to steel), low volume, but the 3mm are there to blow the eardrums! The rim shots are incredibly violent! It is also a snare ultra precise, perfect for the blast beat, for example! The setting is very soft, with a simple skin it There's a lot of harmonics, and with a double skin gives a little more heat and power, the finish is simple but class. Purists can add circles molded. This is definitely the hi…
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    I use it for about 6 months and I am very happy, I was looking for a compromise between wood and metal, this snare is the perfect score of 2, it combines heat and sharp. Because I like metal snare, but their sound is often too aggressive. Aluminium is originally a metal rather feeble (compared to steel), low volume, but the 3mm are there to blow the eardrums! The rim shots are incredibly violent! It is also a snare ultra precise, perfect for the blast beat, for example! The setting is very soft, with a simple skin it There's a lot of harmonics, and with a double skin gives a little more heat and power, the finish is simple but class. Purists can add circles molded. This is definitely the high end, and the long term, I will not hesitate one second!
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  • BalticWolfBalticWolf

    Did you say funky?

    Pearl UCA5014 ULTRACAST 14 X 5 ALUMINIUMPublished on 07/02/11 at 14:59
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    From 5-6 years, this makes me snare of loyal service. The sound is a good compromise between the maple and stainless steel, perfect for me who was undecided at the time. The warmth and roundness of wood, combined with the slamming of the metal version 14x5 "sounds really funky.
    Now, I tend to neglect this material in its solid or not deep enough. When you play the stoner, it is advantageous to ring in the grave!

    For mechanical, everything is excellent, the trigger of the shells through the hoops. They have not aged a bit while I do not play that rim shot.

    I just tried a Gretsch Renown Maple home in 6 ", and it really makes you want to retype it. My next purchase will probably be thi…
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    From 5-6 years, this makes me snare of loyal service. The sound is a good compromise between the maple and stainless steel, perfect for me who was undecided at the time. The warmth and roundness of wood, combined with the slamming of the metal version 14x5 "sounds really funky.
    Now, I tend to neglect this material in its solid or not deep enough. When you play the stoner, it is advantageous to ring in the grave!

    For mechanical, everything is excellent, the trigger of the shells through the hoops. They have not aged a bit while I do not play that rim shot.

    I just tried a Gretsch Renown Maple home in 6 ", and it really makes you want to retype it. My next purchase will probably be this one.

    The machine is (was, at the time) at a price less reasonable for this type of material. Had I known, I would have expected the supply of Model 6 ", but as I was young and impatient, I contented myself with the short version.
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