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Sonor Delite Maple 14 x 5" Snare
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Sonor Delite Maple 14 x 5" Snare

Snare Drum from Sonor belonging to the Delite series.

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Sonor Delite Maple 14 x 5" SnarePublished on 06/26/06 at 13:07
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I recently played the snare drum 14 "x6" who was in a backline.
It was a directory funk / pop / rock. Nickel.
For a guy's job, it will be terrible in any other context.
Never heard of this model before. Little publicity.
I rarely heard sound so balanced.
The rim shots are powerful and the ghosts of rare precision.
I think if Dede had played, he would never have turned to Yam.
PUT1 INSTRUMENT OF VERY HIGH VOL.
I rush to buy a site for the German Baguetterie sells 200 euros more expensive.
The price / quality ratio is good, despite its 500 euros displayed.
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Sonor Delite Maple 14 x 5" SnarePublished on 01/14/07 at 05:48
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Please note that this notice applies to the model 14 * 6 ". I have the snare drum for over a year and I am more than satisfied. This model has a superb medium tonalite with a touch of high harmonics, which gives it a grain truly exceptional. The trunk is also the appointment of these 6 "deep. The circles are very massive molds and allow a rimshot very powerful but you may be asked a little time to adapt. This snare is extremely versatile and suitable for all styles with the appropriate settings. While purchasing I could compare it with a Starclassic Maple and pearl mmx and despite the quality of these I really think the delite stood out. In return, it is a bit more expensive than its......
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Please note that this notice applies to the model 14 * 6 ". I have the snare drum for over a year and I am more than satisfied. This model has a superb medium tonalite with a touch of high harmonics, which gives it a grain truly exceptional. The trunk is also the appointment of these 6 "deep. The circles are very massive molds and allow a rimshot very powerful but you may be asked a little time to adapt. This snare is extremely versatile and suitable for all styles with the appropriate settings. While purchasing I could compare it with a Starclassic Maple and pearl mmx and despite the quality of these I really think the delite stood out. In return, it is a bit more expensive than its competitors but I do not regret the extra cost in order to acquire this jewel. A snare exceptional!
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  • Manufacturer: Sonor
  • Model: Delite Maple 14 x 5" Snare
  • Series: Delite
  • Category: Snare Drums
  • Added in our database on: 09/01/2004

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Other names: delitemaple 14 x 5 snare, delitemaple14x5snare, delitemaple14 x5 snare, delite maple14 x5 snare, delite maple 14x 5snare

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