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Pearl MHX 14x6,5 Acajou
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Publié le 11/06/06 à 02:47
Snare of the master series in Pearl.
The MHX was a mahogany 5mm + bevel reinforcement in Saddle of 5mm.
The finish is what is expected of a Masters Series: circle was pretty molded finish treats, dclancheur of quality.

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The overall sound is deep and rich with natural compression lgre.
The stamp with onions RULES (pluttsche and percussive or greasy and runny)
Attention is far from a copper Picollo is a snare wood deep enough so the sound is warm with a "saturation" natural. Difficult to explain in writing.

The report price is plutt good quality I think. We find this snare around 430 euros, which is quite COMPTITE compared to other brands for which it often takes longer 500 or 600 euros.

For those looking for a good snare sound SPECIFICATIONS "wood" and "hot". It's all good. A consultant for more jazz, rock tempo acoustic music content or plutt for funk or rock or metal fast.
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