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Pearl FREE FLOATING 14"x6,5" LAITON
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Pearl FREE FLOATING 14"x6,5" LAITON

Snare Drum from Pearl belonging to the Free Floating series.

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jazzystochatjazzystochat

Pearl FREE FLOATING 14"x6,5" LAITONPublished on 02/11/05 at 05:08
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I use this snare for 1 year, it's been awhile since I was looking for a new OCCAZ because the prices really too taient levs, I stumbled upon the MODEL I was looking for it silent nine and 215 euros (thank you those who do not care about losing money ..!!) is truly a MODEL versatile, it can be used in a rock for a fat backbeat , as well as in in great ghostnote funk, jazz, and Afro-Cuban, without muting with his wide open, leaving the brass ft and its harmonics type expression.
Bcp bcp for trying to cash I can tell you that anyway she always sound, you are in a small bar in pure acoustic in the studio or in a large room with the big sound is happiness guaranteed!
With 10 rods can be......
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I use this snare for 1 year, it's been awhile since I was looking for a new OCCAZ because the prices really too taient levs, I stumbled upon the MODEL I was looking for it silent nine and 215 euros (thank you those who do not care about losing money ..!!) is truly a MODEL versatile, it can be used in a rock for a fat backbeat , as well as in in great ghostnote funk, jazz, and Afro-Cuban, without muting with his wide open, leaving the brass ft and its harmonics type expression.
Bcp bcp for trying to cash I can tell you that anyway she always sound, you are in a small bar in pure acoustic in the studio or in a large room with the big sound is happiness guaranteed!
With 10 rods can be sure of a tune with onions, mussels and double circles SETTING THE tension of the patch ..
I would do without this purchase hsiter.
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keulu82keulu82

Pearl FREE FLOATING 14"x6,5" LAITONPublished on 10/02/06 at 03:03
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CC J'utile the past over several decades now, I am still satisfied. Of course amateur big thud maple past your way but if you like when ca slap with a little bit of depth without harmonic inmétrisable you throw it. I ordered a personal Billy Cobham (Maple-Yamaha) to turn to my left to hold the mat.Le Repport Excellent value for money is as dear certe performance performant.Entre time is extremely large numbers of DC are passed between my legs (to 1 degree) no other claim not to replace the momment.Si had to do it again of course I would remake the same chosse
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Antoine-SAntoine-S

Pearl FREE FLOATING 14"x6,5" LAITONPublished on 03/11/08 at 02:27
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- How long have you use it?
I use it only for 15 days will be my opinion can be biased.

- What is so special that you like most and least?
most: ease of regalge, easy to give the double adjustment of the stamp, molded circles, and especially the sound ... rich, powerful, slamming with beautiful harmonic easy to control, sensitivity ... that's good!
the least: the coating begins to be bitten after a while.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
A few:
a pearl low-end steel, a wooden basix are two bowls that do not deserve to be called Snare
pearl chad smith signature one, a very good snare snapping powerful but does not compare to this beautiful face cash
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- How long have you use it?
I use it only for 15 days will be my opinion can be biased.

- What is so special that you like most and least?
most: ease of regalge, easy to give the double adjustment of the stamp, molded circles, and especially the sound ... rich, powerful, slamming with beautiful harmonic easy to control, sensitivity ... that's good!
the least: the coating begins to be bitten after a while.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
A few:
a pearl low-end steel, a wooden basix are two bowls that do not deserve to be called Snare
pearl chad smith signature one, a very good snare snapping powerful but does not compare to this beautiful face cash
- How would you rate the quality / price?
since I bought € 215 including postage in OCCAZ I find it excellent.

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
YES YES YES YES YES YES BORDEL!
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  • Manufacturer: Pearl
  • Model: FREE FLOATING 14"x6,5" LAITON
  • Series: Free Floating
  • Category: Snare Drums
  • Added in our database on: 02/11/2005

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Other names: free floating 14"x6, 5" laiton, freefloating14"x6, 5"laiton, free floating 14"x 6, free floating14"x6, free floating 14"x6, 5" laiton

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