The new Tama Starclassic Copper snare offers a 5 1 / 2 x 14 "1.5 mm thick copper shell for a sound that's Both dark and loud." Dark and loud are Usually Considered Mutually exclusive terms, "Said Ace Okamoto of Tama." But The combination of copper and a thick 'G shell' Gives this limited edition snare Both deep rich dark tones and unbelievable projection. "
Tama's Starclassic Drums Were Originally Designed with thin, resonant shells. Starclassic Maple snares with thicker G-shells (as in "G-force") Who Were added for drummers wanted Stronger That projection is thicker shell Afford. In addition to the regular projection thick maple shells, Tama Starclassic HAS Offered limited edition snares with thicker metal shells Such as the new copper model.
The Starclassic SCS1455H year features antique plated finish, brushed nickel and brushed nickel hardware shell die-cast hoops. The list price is $ 549.99
------- ------- Max Gebhardt
Awesome! I am now playing for 15 years and I Have to tell you: this Tama drum Is One of the best snares I ve ever Played it. I Ordered the drum in germany (359 ¿) HAVING no idea of the exact sound. The description on Harmony Central really IS right. Aditionally the drum IS very dynamic and a lot of HAS Warmth and body. This drum is perfect! Warm recommendation, limited purpose icts Greetings Max
Marvin L ------- -------
Finding a cooper I've been for months and the pearl FFS use copper to be my first choice, and After Trying SCS1455H this, i know i was wrong ... i recommend ALL drummers to go and buy, or at least try, this snare ... you'll love it .. Produce the deep tone it really IS one of a kind ...
------- ------- My opinion
No surprise, this snare is as dark as a thick wood, and snapping like steel, it would almost be discreet, but for metal, it will do wonders (for jazz too, as it is impressive when discretion when the touch).
Those looking for a snare everywhere and loud, go your way!
Those who hesitates between wood and metal ... It is a good compromise ...
Attention: Limited Edition ...
9 / 10. (Nothing is perfect ...).