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Title: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jun_BALARAW on July 28, 2006, 05:01:49 PM
"hello guys. newbie ako dito sana welcome ako dito." :D

help naman... balak ko kasi bumili ng snare. eto ang pinagpipilian ko



TAMA - (Mike Portnoy) melody master $569.99
(http://img3.musiciansfriend.com/dbase/pics/products/6/5/9/252659.jpg)
5-1/2" x 14" maple shell with die-cast hoops. Special design throw-off sets to 3 positions (off, loose, and tight) to give you 3 distinctly different sounds



or



PEARL - (Virgil Donati)  $359.99
(http://www.samash.com/images/items/lg_PVD1450XX.JPG)

The VG-1450 Virgil Donati signature snare drum features a 14 x 5 shell with 4 outer plies of 100% Maple over 4 inner plies of 100% Birch. The 8 ply shell produces a super bright tone accentuated even more by the 4 inner plies of Birch. With a rounded top bearing edge many drummers will find that they can play this drum wide open without any muffling.



papadala ko from states. so kahit wag na tignan yung price. yung quality kasi ang tinitignan ko. gusto ko yun bang hindi ko pagsisisihan. parehas ko naman sila idol eh. so hingi lang ako ng payo niyo guys.

thanks!
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: Gep on July 28, 2006, 05:08:21 PM
Melody Master = Starclassic maple with special throwoff
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: jun_BALARAW on July 28, 2006, 05:09:58 PM
Quote from: Gep
Melody Master = Starclassic maple with special throwoff

yan talaga 1st choice ko. pero hingi din me advice sa marami para talgang mas palagay ako na yun ang kukunin ko
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: Gep on July 28, 2006, 05:12:45 PM
Medyo partial ako sa Tama kasi hindi talaga pumapalya ang hardware niya e, at saka ok ang maple niya. So yun.  :wink:
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: jun_BALARAW on July 28, 2006, 05:19:15 PM
ah ok. antay pa tayo may mag comment na iba.

meron pa nga si portnoy na 5" x 12" hammered steel shell with die-cast hoops. kaso ayoko masyado maliit and ayoko ng steel.
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: peeves24 on July 28, 2006, 05:21:45 PM
welcome! hehehe

parehong high quality yan but you said the magic word: price does not matter! so why limit yourself to those two?

my impression is that your choosing a name when most buyers would be more conscious about the sound. there are a lot of other equally good or even better snares out there (some at a lesser price too)

research  :D but first of all, what do you want to hear from your new snare?
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: jun_BALARAW on July 28, 2006, 05:29:30 PM
Quote from: peeves24
welcome! hehehe

parehong high quality yan but you said the magic word: price does not matter! so why limit yourself to those two?

my impression is that your choosing a name when most buyers would be more conscious about the sound. there are a lot of other equally good or even better snares out there (some at a lesser price too)

research  :D but first of all, what do you want to hear from your new snare?

sir thanks!

mismo yung tunog ng snare ni portnoy gusto ko at pati yung kay donati type ko din.
ayoko nung masyadong high pitch ang sound kaya ayaw ko ng picollo. pinoy rock, heavy rock, prog kasi tugtugan namin. at the same time gusto ko din yung versatile para sa ibang genre
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: jun_BALARAW on July 28, 2006, 05:31:32 PM
PLUS+ gusto ko din magkaroon ng signature snare ng idol ko. actually 2 na snare ko dito pero dream ko talaga magkaroon ng snare ng idol ko. tsaka good investment na din diba?
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: Eni on July 28, 2006, 08:58:41 PM
ano yan collection? lol
bat dalawa lang.
id say the virgil donati.

or mapex black phanter. hand hammerd brass or traditional maple or birdseye maple. u cant go wrong with black phanters.

honestly u cant get the sound what you want from ur idols.
magugus2han mo lng pag narinig mo na.

kung ayaw mo ng high pitch, u need more than 5" depth.
depends sa tuning.
so i recomend blackphanters
just me.
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: jun_BALARAW on July 29, 2006, 11:59:08 AM
Quote from: Eni
ano yan collection? lol
bat dalawa lang.
id say the virgil donati.

or mapex black phanter. hand hammerd brass or traditional maple or birdseye maple. u cant go wrong with black phanters.

honestly u cant get the sound what you want from ur idols.
magugus2han mo lng pag narinig mo na.

kung ayaw mo ng high pitch, u need more than 5" depth.
depends sa tuning.
so i recomend blackphanters
just me.


ganito ba sir?
(http://img3.musiciansfriend.com/dbase/pics/products/3/2/6/373326.jpg)


ganda nga
thanks sir. pagiisipan ko. :D
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: Eni on July 29, 2006, 12:01:22 PM
kinda. :lol:
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: jun_BALARAW on July 29, 2006, 12:34:05 PM
yung bibilhin ko kasi eh pang collection ko na lang parang investment ba. kasi may 2 snare na ko dito na ok na ok na sakin yung tunog. so parang trip ko na lang magkaroon ng signature snare ng idol ko. ganun :D
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: drummerboy827 on July 29, 2006, 03:00:45 PM
Of course get MIke Portnoy's
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: jun_BALARAW on July 29, 2006, 03:48:32 PM
Quote from: Eni
yaman ka siguro 8)

nako po. hehe. lazer nga lang drums ko eh. sira2 pa hahaha. minsan post ko kit ko. bulok
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: jun_BALARAW on July 30, 2006, 01:45:17 PM
may thread na ba dito na pwede mag post ng kit?
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: Eni on July 30, 2006, 06:10:15 PM
meron sa thread ko, "lets see those sets" hanapin mo buhahahah
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: panterica on July 31, 2006, 09:57:29 AM
Quote from: Gep
Melody Master = Starclassic maple with special throwoff


+1  :D
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: Gep on July 31, 2006, 11:24:43 AM
Yang si panterica magkakaroon ng Melody Master na 12" x 5" hehehehe!
Title: snare HELP! (newbie, sana welcome fellow drummers)
Post by: panterica on July 31, 2006, 08:39:35 PM
Quote from: Gep
Yang si panterica magkakaroon ng Melody Master na 12" x 5" hehehehe!


wahahahaha next wik pa! excited! wahahahaha
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: ciro on August 15, 2006, 04:46:03 PM
Ano mas ok:

1. Signature Snares or
2. Snare na kasama sa set? mid-high end (session, masters, starclassic, superstar, 3005, maple custom, etc...)

personally I'd go for the set snares... :)

wala lang just wondering whats the majority on this?
Title: Re: Snare Survey!
Post by: bam0120 on August 15, 2006, 05:11:49 PM
Quote from: ciro
Ano mas ok:

1. Signature Snares or
2. Snare na kasama sa set? mid-high end (session, masters, starclassic, superstar, 3005, maple custom, etc...)

personally I'd go for the set snares... :)

wala lang just wondering whats the majority on this?


para sakin laging depende yan eh
basta kung ano magustuhan kong tunog.. yun ang kukunin ko...
pero sympre.. lage ko parin titignan kung swack sa budget ko

=)
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: Gep on August 15, 2006, 05:16:25 PM
Depende sa kung ano'ng habol mong sound at feature. :)
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: drumster on August 15, 2006, 05:16:51 PM
Whichever snare drum that sounds good to you and to your listeners & fits the music right (whether it's a signature model, a snare drum that matches a drumkit, or a snare drum that is "sold separately") is always a good snare drum. 8)


I'm just wondering, ciro...  Why did you choose drumkit snares?
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: ciro on August 15, 2006, 05:54:19 PM
but if you wer to choose lang? which wud u preffer? like if you have money to buy a chad smith or virgil donati snare or a session or masters? somethin like that?

syempre nasa tunog tlga yan but we have to admit we all have our biases..

set snare rocks! mas ok pa pag snare na hinde signature pero sold seperetly! (e.g. ultra cast, floating, supraphonic).

opinion ko lang to mga bros... kaya taka lang ako kung ano gusto ng majority?
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: Eni on August 15, 2006, 06:20:16 PM
kahit ano basta versatile
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: ushuaia on August 15, 2006, 06:45:55 PM
http://talk.philmusic.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=21947   :roll:
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: drumster on August 15, 2006, 06:59:53 PM
I choose a snare drum depending on its sound qualities.  That's my top priority.  Next are design and manufacturing qualities.

When I was shopping for my first high-end snare drum 3 years ago overseas, I could have gotten a signature model or a pretty non-signature drum.  There were a bunch of signature models available then - Pearl Dennis Chambers model, Tama Simon Phillips model, etc.  But I chose a 5.5x14" Tama Starclassic Maple snare drum because of its versatile sound and overall quality.  I can use this drum in most musical settings, and it never let me down.  And it doesn't cost as much as signature models.  Not a bad start.

Now that I have a versatile snare drum, my future snare drums would be something that would sound different or would work in a specific musical situation.  Right now I wish to have a small 10" snare drum, an all-around metal snare drum, and a piccolo.  Sana makaipon tayo.

If I have the money and I want the ultimate snare drum, I would buy a Brady snare drum.  It's my dream snare drum.  For me, it's both a signature and a non-signature snare drum.  They don't have any snare drum which bears the name of a drummer, but each snare drum that they produce is a work of art, handcrafted by artisans.  Chris Brady himself supervises the development of these quality instruments.  Their drums are so well-crafted and the wood used is topnotch.  If you're curious about Brady drums, check out http://www.bradydrums.com.au/ .

When I already have enough snare drums and I want to expand my collection, I could augment my snare drum arsenal with some signature models and some rare models, for collectibility and valuable reasons.

Ang gastos ng trip na ito.  Pero masaya hehe!  8)
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: bam0120 on August 15, 2006, 07:22:37 PM
Quote from: ushuaia
http://talk.philmusic.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=21947   :roll:


remenise daw b...

=)
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: panterica on August 15, 2006, 07:26:41 PM
Quote from: bam0120
Quote from: ushuaia
http://talk.philmusic.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=21947   :roll:


remenise daw b...

=)


 :lol: i love this thread! hehehe..

kung ako tatanungin, i would choose a snare that came with the kit, pero if you want a different sound, choose a signature snare.
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: fredzs on August 15, 2006, 08:05:07 PM
Quote from: drumster
I choose a snare drum depending on its sound qualities.  That's my top priority.  Next are design and manufacturing qualities.

When I was shopping for my first high-end snare drum 3 years ago overseas, I could have gotten a signature model or a pretty non-signature drum.  There were a bunch of signature models available then - Pearl Dennis Chambers model, Tama Simon Phillips model, etc.  But I chose a 5.5x14" Tama Starclassic Maple snare drum because of its versatile sound and overall quality.  I can use this drum in most musical settings, and it never let me down.  And it doesn't cost as much as signature models.  Not a bad start.

Now that I have a versatile snare drum, my future snare drums would be something that would sound different or would work in a specific musical situation.  Right now I wish to have a small 10" snare drum, an all-around metal snare drum, and a piccolo.  Sana makaipon tayo.

If I have the money and I want the ultimate snare drum, I would buy a Brady snare drum.  It's my dream snare drum.  For me, it's both a signature and a non-signature snare drum.  They don't have any snare drum which bears the name of a drummer, but each snare drum that they produce is a work of art, handcrafted by artisans.  Chris Brady himself supervises the development of these quality instruments.  Their drums are so well-crafted and the wood used is topnotch.  If you're curious about Brady drums, check out http://www.bradydrums.com.au/ .

When I already have enough snare drums and I want to expand my collection, I could augment my snare drum arsenal with some signature models and some rare models, for collectibility and valuable reasons.

Ang gastos ng trip na ito.  Pero masaya hehe!  8)


Dunnett rin bebeh :) Dont forget :)
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: Gep on August 15, 2006, 10:01:17 PM
Eh yung mga noble&cooley?
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: bam0120 on August 15, 2006, 10:35:27 PM
Quote from: Gep
Eh yung mga noble&cooley?


how out... pork pie snares? astig din yun ah!
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: drumster on August 16, 2006, 01:45:30 AM
Onga fredzs!  Dunnett snare drums are nice too.  Ronn Dunnett creates great snare drums, especially the titanium-shelled models.  Kakaiba rin ang mga concepts and philosophies niya.

Maganda rin ang Pork Pie and Noble & Cooley.  Those are great American custom-built drums.

Dagdag nanaman ito sa snare drum wish list ko!  8)
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: peeves24 on August 16, 2006, 08:30:32 AM
why buy stock snares when this is on the market?

(http://www.phattiedrums.com/web/product_images/Sounds_Like_Art_1.jpg)

phattie sounds like art snare drums are the bling bling
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: peeves24 on August 16, 2006, 08:34:44 AM
but yeah i think id still go buy a stock snare than the snare above coz you can buy a highend kit with the price of one of those snares

http://www.phattiedrums.com/web/soundslikeart.htm
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: Gep on August 16, 2006, 10:01:44 AM
Naalala ko yung Zildjian/Noble&Cooley snare drum... May nagmamay-ari ba ng ganun dito sa Pinas?
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: ciro on August 16, 2006, 03:19:42 PM
ano kaya ang pinakamahal na drums or snare drum? ung hinde vintage tpos in the market parin? cymbals narin! does anyone know?
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: panterica on August 16, 2006, 05:48:56 PM
tama warlord?
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: peeves24 on August 16, 2006, 05:56:41 PM
Quote from: ciro
ano kaya ang pinakamahal na drums or snare drum? ung hinde vintage tpos in the market parin? cymbals narin! does anyone know?


siguro hands down OCDP ang panalo dito...i found an ebay ad before selling a snare for 10k dollars...which is plain stupid
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: Eni on August 16, 2006, 06:43:24 PM
Quote from: panterica
tama warlord?


ito siguro

exotic die cast hoops tsaka may diamonds pa, san ka pa?! :lol:
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v71/enieka27/KBB146_Praetorian.jpg)
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v71/enieka27/KSS146_Spartan.jpg)
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v71/enieka27/Valkyriehehe.jpg)
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: bam0120 on August 16, 2006, 07:04:46 PM
Quote from: Eni
Quote from: panterica
tama warlord?


ito siguro

exotic die cast hoops tsaka may diamonds pa, san ka pa?! :lol:
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v71/enieka27/KBB146_Praetorian.jpg)
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v71/enieka27/KSS146_Spartan.jpg)
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v71/enieka27/Valkyriehehe.jpg)


magkano nga pala ito?
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: legnacilyz on August 16, 2006, 09:55:06 PM
question lang po mejo OT..

Where and How much is the die cast hoops???

cheers!!!
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: panterica on August 17, 2006, 12:06:55 AM
Quote from: bam0120
Quote from: Eni
Quote from: panterica
tama warlord?


ito siguro

exotic die cast hoops tsaka may diamonds pa, san ka pa?! :lol:

magkano nga pala ito?


not quite sure of the price pero nasa $1500-$2500 ata.
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: pmack on August 17, 2006, 02:22:50 PM
Quote from: panterica


not quite sure of the price pero nasa $1500-$2500 ata.


wow!!! mura!!! (sic)
hehehehehe :lol:

sobra na yun ha.
presyo na yun ng isang buong pearl masters na kit!!!
sus!
dapat pumalakpak tenga ng tao sa ganda ng tunog nyan ha. hehehehe.

seriously, grabe na ang mahal nyan.
alam ko may mas mahal pa jan kaya ang masasabi ko na lang ay "da mn!"
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: autoexec on August 18, 2006, 12:24:07 AM
Quote from: Eni
kahit ano basta versatile

Ano po bang mga snares ang versatile? Wag po sana yung mga signature artists ha mga nasa 4k lang budget ko eh. . . Gusto ko sana itry yung picollo eh. Ano po bang brand ang maganda and san makakabili? Wala kasi ko nakitang binebenta sa audiophile at JB na nag bebenta ng individual snares or picolo. Thanks!
Title: Snare Survey!
Post by: Eni on August 18, 2006, 04:10:00 PM
Quote from: autoexec
Quote from: Eni
kahit ano basta versatile

Ano po bang mga snares ang versatile? Wag po sana yung mga signature artists ha mga nasa 4k lang budget ko eh. . . Gusto ko sana itry yung picollo eh. Ano po bang brand ang maganda and san makakabili? Wala kasi ko nakitang binebenta sa audiophile at JB na nag bebenta ng individual snares or picolo. Thanks!


4k...hirap kc maghanap pag ng good snare. kung di ka makapagipon try mo ung mga 2nd hand.
ang hirap kc.
payo ko lng. magipon ka pa.dont rush things...
IMO,pag naghahanap ako snare,dapat
10 lugs
14 diameter
5.5 depth
wood(maple or birch or hybrid) or metal(brass hammered)

picolo?hmm i think hindi eh, opinion ko lng.
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 20, 2006, 06:36:02 PM
Paano ikabit ng tama ang snare strings?? Tinanggal ko di ko na mabalik sa dating tunog  :lol:  :lol:
Tnx!!
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 21, 2006, 01:21:59 AM
haha ok na hindi ko lang pala nalusot yung strings sa butas dun sa isang side. Hahaha sa itaas ko na padaan kala ko kung anong problem. Bwahahaha. Anyway, heres my another question. Paano matatanggal yung parang tunog lata sa snare? Parang "clang!" hindi naman ako nag ririmshot bat ganun? Nasa head ba yun? Pag pinalitan ko ba ng head ok na yun?
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: jun_BALARAW on August 21, 2006, 11:02:09 AM
Quote from: autoexec
haha ok na hindi ko lang pala nalusot yung strings sa butas dun sa isang side. Hahaha sa itaas ko na padaan kala ko kung anong problem. Bwahahaha. Anyway, heres my another question. Paano matatanggal yung parang tunog lata sa snare? Parang "clang!" hindi naman ako nag ririmshot bat ganun? Nasa head ba yun? Pag pinalitan ko ba ng head ok na yun?

eto sir. higpitan mo yung batter head mo yung tipong hindi mo na siya ma press sa sobrang higpit. tapos higpitan mo din yung reso head mo. pero maganda palitan mo ng skin. try mo mag remo
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: marko21 on August 21, 2006, 11:39:32 AM
pano i loosen ung snares?
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: drumster on August 21, 2006, 02:22:19 PM
Make sure that the snare strainer is centered to the drumhead.  Also make sure that the strainer's straps/strings are tightened and mounted properly to its strainer mechanism & butt end.

In regards sa tunog lata na snare sound... I think it depends on the snare drum's sound character itself.  With the 'clang' sound described, I have the impression that this is a metal-shelled drum.  Mr. autoexec, what snare drum brand and model are you using?  And what drumheads are you using?
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 21, 2006, 03:08:21 PM
Quote from: drumster
Make sure that the snare strainer is centered to the drumhead.  Also make sure that the strainer's straps/strings are tightened and mounted properly to its strainer mechanism & butt end.

In regards sa tunog lata na snare sound... I think it depends on the snare drum's sound character itself.  With the 'clang' sound described, I have the impression that this is a metal-shelled drum.  Mr. autoexec, what snare drum brand and model are you using?  And what drumheads are you using?


Im using fernando with stock heads. Im planning to buy remo ambassador coated for it.. Malaki po ba talaga ang mababago sa tunog kapag pinalitan ko sir? Thanks  :)
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 21, 2006, 03:10:52 PM
Quote from: jun_BALARAW
Quote from: autoexec
haha ok na hindi ko lang pala nalusot yung strings sa butas dun sa isang side. Hahaha sa itaas ko na padaan kala ko kung anong problem. Bwahahaha. Anyway, heres my another question. Paano matatanggal yung parang tunog lata sa snare? Parang "clang!" hindi naman ako nag ririmshot bat ganun? Nasa head ba yun? Pag pinalitan ko ba ng head ok na yun?

eto sir. higpitan mo yung batter head mo yung tipong hindi mo na siya ma press sa sobrang higpit. tapos higpitan mo din yung reso head mo. pero maganda palitan mo ng skin. try mo mag remo


Nag iiba po kasi ng feel pag sobrang higpit eh. Parang sobrang lakas tumalbog? Pero try ko din mamaya. Thanks :)
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: drumster on August 21, 2006, 03:13:34 PM
Quote from: autoexec

Im using fernando with stock heads. Im planning to buy remo ambassador coated for it.. Malaki po ba talaga ang mababago sa tunog kapag pinalitan ko sir? Thanks  :)



Yes, quality drumheads can make a huge difference.  :wink:
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: marko21 on August 21, 2006, 03:16:48 PM
ot:

coated ambassador po ba ang the best para sa snare drum?

at ano ba magandang drumhead (batter) sa bass drum?
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 21, 2006, 03:27:00 PM
Quote from: marko21
ot:

coated ambassador po ba ang the best para sa snare drum?

at ano ba magandang drumhead (batter) sa bass drum?


Ang alam ko nasa gusto mong sound yan...
Para sakin ang best na batter head ay powerstroke 4 Hehehe
Sa ngayon mag ppinstripes nalang muna 'ko.  :lol:
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 21, 2006, 03:28:53 PM
Quote from: drumster
Quote from: autoexec

Im using fernando with stock heads. Im planning to buy remo ambassador coated for it.. Malaki po ba talaga ang mababago sa tunog kapag pinalitan ko sir? Thanks  :)



Yes, quality drumheads can make a huge difference.  :wink:


Thanks sir! Mag papalit na ko baka mamaya or tom. P730 pala yung coated remo amabassador sa JB. may less 10% pa ata yun..  :cry:  Ang mahal pa din.
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 21, 2006, 06:22:08 PM
Ei peeps kakarating ko lang sa bahay galing JB sa megamall. Bumili na ko ng coated remo ambassador. P630 kasi may 15% discount. Mamaya after dinner kakabit ko na  :twisted:  :twisted:  :twisted: Tnx sa mga nag reply dito  :D
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: kimboy on August 21, 2006, 06:29:48 PM
congrats sa new skin.. /no1
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: jun_BALARAW on August 21, 2006, 07:04:11 PM
Quote from: autoexec
Ei peeps kakarating ko lang sa bahay galing JB sa megamall. Bumili na ko ng coated remo ambassador. P630 kasi may 15% discount. Mamaya after dinner kakabit ko na  :twisted:  :twisted:  :twisted: Tnx sa mga nag reply dito  :D

ayus yan tol. di ka magsisisi jan!
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: marko21 on August 21, 2006, 07:24:44 PM
dapat ba pareho ung drumheads sa batter at resonant para gumanda ung tunog?
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: legnacilyz on August 22, 2006, 12:18:23 AM
maganda ung snare side head is mejo thinner than the batter for that crisp crack sound..
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 22, 2006, 12:47:49 AM
Wow ayos! Gumanda tunog ng snare ko! Wahehehe.
And sir jun, di pa din nawala ung clang sound nung pinalitan ko ng batter pero ginawa ko yung sinabi mo hinigpitan ko parehas ung resonance and batter ayun mejo nawala na.  :lol:  Ask ko lang, ano ba yung shell na sinasabi ni sir dio? yun ba yung rim o yung body mismo? di ko kasi alam mga terms eh. And eto pa bakit nga pala pag naglagay ako nung "O-ring" hindi na  ako makapag rimshot? Ayaw na mag clang! Kaasar. Ganun ba talaga yun? Waaah dami kong tanong. Thanks!  :)
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 22, 2006, 12:49:20 AM
kung remo coated ambassador ang maganda sa batter, ano naman po ang para sa snare side (resonance)? Thanks! :)
Title: Re: Snare questions here!!
Post by: peeves24 on August 22, 2006, 08:11:03 AM
Quote from: autoexec
Paano ikabit ng tama ang snare strings?? Tinanggal ko di ko na mabalik sa dating tunog  :lol:  :lol:
Tnx!!


you mean pagkabit ng snare wires sa strainer?

ganito ginagawa ko:

naka engage muna yung strainer tapos luluwagan ko yung screw ng fine adjustment hanggang dulo tapos ibabalik ko ng 2 full turns. tapos ikakabit ko na yung snare wire dun sa kabilang side (yung butt) then screw ko naman yung sa strainer side. make sure na nasa gitna ng drum head yung snare wire kung hindi mag bubuzz yun.
Title: Re: Snare questions here!!
Post by: in_the_tent on August 22, 2006, 11:39:04 AM
Quote from: peeves24
naka engage muna yung strainer tapos luluwagan ko yung screw ng fine adjustment hanggang dulo tapos ibabalik ko ng 2 full turns.
nakabukas po ba o nakasara yung binababa taas na mechanism?
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: drumster on August 22, 2006, 11:50:56 AM
Quote from: autoexec
Wow ayos! Gumanda tunog ng snare ko! Wahehehe.
And sir jun, di pa din nawala ung clang sound nung pinalitan ko ng batter pero ginawa ko yung sinabi mo hinigpitan ko parehas ung resonance and batter ayun mejo nawala na.  :lol:  Ask ko lang, ano ba yung shell na sinasabi ni sir dio? yun ba yung rim o yung body mismo? di ko kasi alam mga terms eh. And eto pa bakit nga pala pag naglagay ako nung "O-ring" hindi na  ako makapag rimshot? Ayaw na mag clang! Kaasar. Ganun ba talaga yun? Waaah dami kong tanong. Thanks!  :)


I'm glad to know na nag-improve ang snare sound mo.

About the shell...  I'm referring to its body.

It could be a wood shell (maple, birch, mahogany, beech, etc.), a metal shell (stainless steel, brass, bronze, copper, etc.), a composite shell (acrylic, fiberglass, plastic, etc.), or any combination of those.  There's even a boutique drum company which offers drum shells made out of glass!  Search for Orlich Drums on the web.

The O-Ring serves as a muffler.  It eliminates unwanted overtones.
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: marko21 on August 22, 2006, 06:40:47 PM
Quote from: drumster
The O-Ring serves as a muffler.  It eliminates unwanted overtones.

Ano po ung O-Ring?
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: bam0120 on August 22, 2006, 06:52:34 PM
Quote from: marko21
Quote from: drumster
The O-Ring serves as a muffler.  It eliminates unwanted overtones.

Ano po ung O-Ring?


ito yung plastic na bilog na nakapatong sa skins mo para di mag overtone ang drums mo.
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: marko21 on August 22, 2006, 06:55:53 PM
ah yon. o-ring pala ang tawag don. thanks..
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 22, 2006, 10:15:22 PM
Quote from: drumster
Quote from: autoexec
Wow ayos! Gumanda tunog ng snare ko! Wahehehe.
And sir jun, di pa din nawala ung clang sound nung pinalitan ko ng batter pero ginawa ko yung sinabi mo hinigpitan ko parehas ung resonance and batter ayun mejo nawala na.  :lol:  Ask ko lang, ano ba yung shell na sinasabi ni sir dio? yun ba yung rim o yung body mismo? di ko kasi alam mga terms eh. And eto pa bakit nga pala pag naglagay ako nung "O-ring" hindi na  ako makapag rimshot? Ayaw na mag clang! Kaasar. Ganun ba talaga yun? Waaah dami kong tanong. Thanks!  :)


I'm glad to know na nag-improve ang snare sound mo.

About the shell...  I'm referring to its body.

It could be a wood shell (maple, birch, mahogany, beech, etc.), a metal shell (stainless steel, brass, bronze, copper, etc.), a composite shell (acrylic, fiberglass, plastic, etc.), or any combination of those.  There's even a boutique drum company which offers drum shells made out of glass!  Search for Orlich Drums on the web.

The O-Ring serves as a muffler.  It eliminates unwanted overtones.


Thanks sir dio. Oo nga pala bakit pag nakakabit yung muffler, hindi ako makaproduce ng clang sound pag nag ririmshot? THanks~
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: drumster on August 22, 2006, 10:47:30 PM
Quote from: autoexec

Thanks sir dio. Oo nga pala bakit pag nakakabit yung muffler, hindi ako makaproduce ng clang sound pag nag ririmshot? THanks~



Hmm... It's most likely because the muffler is actually doing its job.
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: marko21 on August 22, 2006, 11:02:42 PM
Quote from: drumster
Quote from: autoexec

Thanks sir dio. Oo nga pala bakit pag nakakabit yung muffler, hindi ako makaproduce ng clang sound pag nag ririmshot? THanks~



Hmm... It's most likely because the muffler is actually doing its job.
eh ano naman po ung ginagamit na muffler sa snare drum? XD sorry noob lang..
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 22, 2006, 11:25:03 PM
Quote from: drumster
Quote from: autoexec

Thanks sir dio. Oo nga pala bakit pag nakakabit yung muffler, hindi ako makaproduce ng clang sound pag nag ririmshot? THanks~



Hmm... It's most likely because the muffler is actually doing its job.

Ah so para makapag rimshot ka kailangan walang muffler? Hmm.. mukang kailangan ko na nga ata bumili ng bagong snare drum.  :lol:
Ano po ba mairerecomend nyo sakin? Thanks
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 22, 2006, 11:25:35 PM
Quote from: marko21
Quote from: drumster
Quote from: autoexec

Thanks sir dio. Oo nga pala bakit pag nakakabit yung muffler, hindi ako makaproduce ng clang sound pag nag ririmshot? THanks~



Hmm... It's most likely because the muffler is actually doing its job.
eh ano naman po ung ginagamit na muffler sa snare drum? XD sorry noob lang..

Uhmm.. I think we're talking about snare drum.. Do you mean bass drum?
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: drumster on August 22, 2006, 11:38:57 PM
Quote from: marko21
eh ano naman po ung ginagamit na muffler sa snare drum? XD sorry noob lang..


Maraming commercially available na mufflers... O-Rings, Moongels, Evans Min-E-MADs, etc...  You can even improvise with duct tapes, cloth, foam, etc...

Personally, I prefer not to use mufflers on drums.  I want the drum's open, natural voice to come out.  I apply mufflers only when needed, or as a last-resort, desperate option.



Quote from: autoexec

Ah so para makapag rimshot ka kailangan walang muffler? Hmm.. mukang kailangan ko na nga ata bumili ng bagong snare drum.  :lol:
Ano po ba mairerecomend nyo sakin? Thanks


You can still physically play a rimshot.  Na-a-affect lang yung rimshot sound ng snare drum mo most probably because of the muffler.

A snare drum that I would  recommend?  Dipende sa taste and preferences mo yan, pati sa music na tinutugtog mo.  But if you want a versatile snare drum, you can never go wrong with a quality, well-made 14" snare drum with a 5-6.5" depth, either wood shell (for a warmer, full-bodied sound) or metal shell (for more projection and cut).
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 22, 2006, 11:55:34 PM
Quote from: drumster

You can still physically play a rimshot.  Na-a-affect lang yung rimshot sound ng snare drum mo most probably because of the muffler.

A snare drum that I would  recommend?  Dipende sa taste and preferences mo yan, pati sa music na tinutugtog mo.  But if you want a versatile snare drum, you can never go wrong with a quality, well-made 14" snare drum with a 5-6.5" depth, either wood shell (for a warmer, full-bodied sound) or metal shell (for more projection and cut).


Yeah kaso ndi na ako makaproduce ng clang sound sa rimshot ko.
Uhmm... pano po yung tunog ng more projection and cut? Yung full-bodied sound parang mejo gets ko eh.. Thanks very much..

Another question...
Yung lugs ba na naririnig ko dito, yun ba yung mga screw na hinihigpitan or tinotono na ginagamitan ng drum key? Sensya na di ko macyado alam mga terms. Thanks..
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: drumster on August 23, 2006, 12:03:50 AM
Quote from: autoexec

Yeah kaso ndi na ako makaproduce ng clang sound sa rimshot ko.
Uhmm... pano po yung tunog ng more projection and cut? Yung full-bodied sound parang mejo gets ko eh.. Thanks very much..

Another question...
Yung lugs ba na naririnig ko dito, yun ba yung mga screw na hinihigpitan or tinotono na ginagamitan ng drum key? Sensya na di ko macyado alam mga terms. Thanks..



Projection... It will have the ability to produce a loud volume.  In particular, kakailanganin mo ito sa mga malalaking venues, for example.

Cut...  It will be heard over layers and layers of sound.  For example, kapag tumutugtog ka sa rock band, with amplified electric instruments, thick-sounding guitar effects, etc., your snare drum should be able to cut through.  Meaning, di malulunod ang sound niya sa mga sounds ng ibang instruments.  Litaw pa rin kahit sobrang ingay na hehe...

Lugs... Korek.  Lugs nga yon.

 :wink:
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 23, 2006, 12:11:53 AM
Quote from: drumster
Projection... It will have the ability to produce a loud volume.  In particular, kakailanganin mo ito sa mga malalaking venues, for example.

Cut...  It will be heard over layers and layers of sound.  For example, kapag tumutugtog ka sa rock band, with amplified electric instruments, thick-sounding guitar effects, etc., your snare drum should be able to cut through.  Meaning, di malulunod ang sound niya sa mga sounds ng ibang instruments.  Litaw pa rin kahit sobrang ingay na hehe...

Lugs... Korek.  Lugs nga yon.

 :wink:

Waaah! Ang galing ng explanation nyo!! Ngayon naliwanagan na ko!! Thank you very much sir!!!  :D  Request lang pwede explain nyo din yung full-bodied and warm? Ok lang kahit ayaw nyo na mag explain haha kulit ko sencya na pow. Thanks talaga bro!  :D
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: drumster on August 24, 2006, 01:24:29 PM
Hahaha!  I was hoping that somebody else would contribute an explanation.  Anyway, warm and full-bodied are much more abstract terms for me, but I'll try to define it based on my understanding...

Warm... Not too bright & not lacking it.  Just right; something that hits the spot.  Like a beautiful-sounding vintage ride cymbal.

Full-bodied... Having enough richness of desirable sound qualities.  Relate it with liquor - "It has that full-bodied flavor..."

Mas mahirap i-define ang mga ito.  It's like love... feel... groove...  You know what it is, but it's quite hard to put it into words.  Hehehe I hope somebody can come up with better, more convincing definitions.

 :P
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: intake on August 25, 2006, 07:29:26 PM
Quote from: autoexec
Wow ayos! Gumanda tunog ng snare ko! Wahehehe.
And eto pa bakit nga pala pag naglagay ako nung "O-ring" hindi na  ako makapag rimshot? Ayaw na mag clang! Kaasar. Ganun ba talaga yun? Waaah dami kong tanong. Thanks!  :)


nilagyan mo ba ng muffler yung snare drum mo? kung meron try mo tanggalin. nawala yung clang! nyan dahil mas makapal ang remo coated ambassador
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 25, 2006, 09:01:55 PM
Quote from: intake
Quote from: autoexec
Wow ayos! Gumanda tunog ng snare ko! Wahehehe.
And eto pa bakit nga pala pag naglagay ako nung "O-ring" hindi na  ako makapag rimshot? Ayaw na mag clang! Kaasar. Ganun ba talaga yun? Waaah dami kong tanong. Thanks!  :)


nilagyan mo ba ng muffler yung snare drum mo? kung meron try mo tanggalin. nawala yung clang! nyan dahil mas makapal ang remo coated ambassador


hmm kahit nung stock heads pa ang gamit ko hindi talaga ako makapag produce ng clang sa rimshot pag nakalagay yung muffler. Hehe. Thanks anyway.  :)
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: intake on August 26, 2006, 10:28:13 PM
tanggalin mo na yung muffler  :)
Title: Snare questions here!!
Post by: autoexec on August 27, 2006, 07:30:56 AM
Quote from: drumster
Hahaha!  I was hoping that somebody else would contribute an explanation.  Anyway, warm and full-bodied are much more abstract terms for me, but I'll try to define it based on my understanding...

Warm... Not too bright & not lacking it.  Just right; something that hits the spot.  Like a beautiful-sounding vintage ride cymbal.

Full-bodied... Having enough richness of desirable sound qualities.  Relate it with liquor - "It has that full-bodied flavor..."

Mas mahirap i-define ang mga ito.  It's like love... feel... groove...  You know what it is, but it's quite hard to put it into words.  Hehehe I hope somebody can come up with better, more convincing definitions.

 :P


 :D Thanks kuya Dio
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: blaupunkt08 on September 08, 2006, 01:20:34 AM
suggestion naman po.
bibili kasi ako ng snare.
ok lang kaya kung ung mura bibilhin ko o ung mas mahal?

tingin nyo po?

tenks!
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: sandythedrummer on September 08, 2006, 11:15:29 AM
You get what you pay. Cheap snare, cheap sound. I suggest buy the Sonor 2005 or 3005 snare from JB music. i think 2005 is 6k and 3005 is 8k.
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: Gep on September 08, 2006, 11:24:26 AM
Agree. Long term investment din yan, tulad ng ibang musical instrument.
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: suspendead on September 08, 2006, 11:50:10 AM
Bro try mo tignan yung binibenta nya, Mura na yan but a good type of snare. I have one and its still ok...

http://talk.philmusic.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=24255
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: blaupunkt08 on September 09, 2006, 12:19:04 AM
ok mga sir..

salamat po..!
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: autoexec on September 10, 2006, 02:32:22 AM
i need suggestions din sa magandang snare. Ano po bang brand ang maganda sa snare? Sonor ba?
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: drummerboy827 on September 10, 2006, 11:36:58 AM
Buy the snare w/ the sound u prefer.
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: blaupunkt08 on September 10, 2006, 03:30:18 PM
pano po kung ung mura lang na snare bilhin mo tapos lagyan mo ng magandang skin..?

maganda rin po kaya tunog nun?
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: daemonite on September 10, 2006, 05:16:07 PM
hops, teka lang... hindi mo ini-specify kung what type of snare ang gusto mo... ung maple ba na makapal (sorry la ako formal education kaya describe ko na lang) or yung manipis na picollo (tama ba? yun ang naririnig ko na pangalan nya eh. Meron pa choices yun, kung wood type or metal type. dami pagpipiliian. tsaka kung ano klase skin pa is another choice. i suggest you get evans for skins kasi ayos rin ang tunog nya and the longevity. depende na nga lang sa type of music mo.
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: drummerboy827 on September 10, 2006, 05:43:38 PM
Quote from: blaupunkt08
pano po kung ung mura lang na snare bilhin mo tapos lagyan mo ng magandang skin..?

maganda rin po kaya tunog nun?


Depende kung ganung kagaling ka magtono.... Kapag magaling ka magtune, kaya mong gawin malupet ang tunog nun
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: amber_rsm on September 10, 2006, 11:35:03 PM
tama si bro.. kasi yung picollo ko fernando lang pero lupet talaga ng tunog..
 :lol: pero pinatono ko lang sa malupet na drummer haha..
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: pinoymusika on September 11, 2006, 12:04:11 AM
Quote from: amber_rsm
tama si bro.. kasi yung picollo ko fernando lang pero lupet talaga ng tunog..
 :lol: pero pinatono ko lang sa malupet na drummer haha..


Eto nanaman tayo sa pagtono ng snare :) Regarding snare tunings what is the ideal nowadays? I realize it's a matter of taste but what is the ideal or hip sound for most playing situations?

Is there some site somewhere with mp3s of "proper" snare sounds?
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: blaupunkt08 on September 11, 2006, 01:11:54 AM
ok mga sir.. salamat po..
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: marxlenin on September 11, 2006, 03:49:14 AM
TAMA Artwood.. mura lang pero mahal yung tunog.
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: Gep on September 11, 2006, 12:12:10 PM
Quote from: marxlenin
TAMA Artwood.. mura lang pero mahal yung tunog.


+1,000,000  :wink:
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: marxlenin on September 11, 2006, 07:13:07 PM
My Artwood ......... and I recall that Anthony Dio also owns one.

(http://myspace-107.vo.llnwd.net/01157/70/13/1157103107_l.jpg)
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: blaupunkt08 on September 12, 2006, 01:02:09 AM
ok yan sir..! ganda ng snare mo..!

14''x 4'' po ba yan..?
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: marxlenin on September 12, 2006, 01:11:04 AM
It's nice tol... maple-shelled.. nice sound.. and most importantly.. MURA!
5x13 yung shell size
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: blaupunkt08 on September 12, 2006, 03:15:01 AM
mag kakano po kuha mo sa snare mo sir..?
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: drumster on September 12, 2006, 03:36:27 AM
Quote from: marxlenin
My Artwood ......... and I recall that Anthony Dio also owns one.



Hey Marx!  That's right!  I also have a 5x13 Tama Artwood Maple.  Mine's in natural maple finish.  I love that drum.

You can check out my blogsite for some photos of my drum.  There's also a live audio recording of our gig (K24/7), where in I used that Artwood drum.  8)
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: marxlenin on September 12, 2006, 03:56:04 AM
Quote from: blaupunkt08
mag kakano po kuha mo sa snare mo sir..?

Dito.. it was around 140$ ata... can't remember.. basta alam ko it was around that range...  and I remember na yung ibang models they were selling it for 120$.
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: Gep on September 12, 2006, 10:21:22 AM
Quote from: marxlenin
Quote from: blaupunkt08
mag kakano po kuha mo sa snare mo sir..?

Dito.. it was around 140$ ata... can't remember.. basta alam ko it was around that range...  and I remember na yung ibang models they were selling it for 120$.


Dapat yan ang bibilhin ko e, kaso wala naman magpapadala sakin niyan mula states!  Kaya bumili ako ng 6.5x14 artwood na worth $170. Pero ok lang sulit naman din! Kaso plastic yung snare strap nung nakuha ko na.
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: blaupunkt08 on September 12, 2006, 10:51:52 PM
mga sir..

may pag kakaiba po ba ung 14'' x 6.5" na snare sa piccolo na 14"x 3.5"..?

tenks sir..!
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: drumster on September 13, 2006, 02:50:40 AM
Quote from: blaupunkt08
mga sir..

may pag kakaiba po ba ung 14'' x 6.5" na snare sa piccolo na 14"x 3.5"..?

tenks sir..!



Relate it with the drums' respective depths...

The 6.5" deep snare has more depth and body in its sound.

The more shallow 3.5"x14" piccolo has a shorter depth; hence a shorter, drier and faster sound.

 :wink:
Title: investment
Post by: carter bee on September 13, 2006, 03:22:01 PM
for me naman nagkakatalo lang talaga ang snare pagdating na sa skins. kahit ano pang snare yan basta maayos ang skins. pero tama din yung sinabi ng ibang members when they said na investment din talagang bumuli ng equipment. pero keep in mind din na good sound doesnt necessarily come from expensive stuff, nasa player din mismo yun no matter what kind of snare you use. goodluck :wink:
Title: patulong naman kasi bibili ako ng snare
Post by: marxlenin on September 13, 2006, 06:34:40 PM
Not really...  Shell composition is a big factor... iba't ibang tonal characteristics kasi yung shells eh...  di lang yan, yung depth and diameter din can also dictate the sound of the drum.  Daming variables dyan when it comes to drum sound .. yung bearing edge, batter head, resonant head, tuning, etc...
Title: Snare Drum Bearing Edge
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on October 04, 2006, 09:47:28 PM
question po, i have this fernando wood snare that came with the new line, problem is wala cyang snare bed... im contemplating on having one put the snare pero di ko naman alam pano maglagay ng snare bed (paging master peeves). pano po ba ito and how would having a snare bed affect the sound of the snare except maybe lessen the sympathetic buzzing... thanx mga master!
Title: Snare Drum Bearing Edge
Post by: peeves24 on October 05, 2006, 08:38:03 AM
really? walang snare bed?

liha + ruler + patience lang para makagawa ng snare bed. hanapin ko muna yung pics nung gumawa akong snare bed
Title: Snare Drum Bearing Edge
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on October 05, 2006, 10:42:28 AM
yep derecho lang cya prang normal bearing edge hehehehe... ok lang kaya palitan ung throw off nung snare? kc ang pangit ng throw off sa kasamang snare ng fernando eh buti pa ung sa lumang steel snare maganda, ung sa ngaun sira agad eh...
Title: Snare Drum Bearing Edge
Post by: peeves24 on October 05, 2006, 01:42:29 PM
(http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/5679/1555/400/P2030069.jpg)

kuha ka ng ruler, preferably yung orion na clear na bendable. kunin mo yung center ng dinadanaan ng snare wires. mark mo yung center tapos from that mark, bahala ka na kung hanggang gano mo kahaba gusto yung snare bed.

pansin mo yung pencil marks dun sa pic sa taas? 2 inches from the center on both sides ata yung ginawa ko dun. kaya lang hindi na ganyan ang bearing edge ko ngayon, mas mahaba pa.

observation ko, kapag mas wide yung snare bed, mas less yung buzz at mas maganda yung tunog. gano kahaba ang mahaba? kung 10 lugs yung snare mo, paabutin mo sa 3rd lug from both sides nung center mark.

gaano kalalim? usually 1/8" lang, malalim na yung 2/8" at baka mag cause na ng damage dun sa reso head mo.

palaging gradual ang slope ng bearing edge para less buzz, though meron mga snare talaga na biglaan yung drop nya (tulad ng old fernando snares at pati mga high end tama)

deepest part yung center mark tapos pababaw sya papunta sa sides.

eto pic nung nililiha ko sya

(http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/5679/1555/400/P2030065.jpg)

hindi flattened yung bearing edge ko, nilagyan ko rin ng angle yung outer part.
Title: Snare Drum Bearing Edge
Post by: peeves24 on October 05, 2006, 01:45:14 PM
Quote from: g0d5_g1ft
yep derecho lang cya prang normal bearing edge hehehehe... ok lang kaya palitan ung throw off nung snare? kc ang pangit ng throw off sa kasamang snare ng fernando eh buti pa ung sa lumang steel snare maganda, ung sa ngaun sira agad eh...


ok lang naman palitan e basta ba meron ka makuhang sakto dun sa butas. kaya lang mga pangit din yung mabibili mo dito  :D tapos yung gibraltar throw off naman sobrang mahal at di rin kagandahan
Title: Snare Drum Bearing Edge
Post by: peeves24 on October 05, 2006, 01:53:27 PM
DISCLAIMER : MATAPANG LANG AT MAPERA ANG GAGAWA NITO SA SNARE NYA. KUNG DI KAYO SIGURADO SA GAGAWIN NYO, WAG NYO NA GAWIN KASI BAKA MASIRA NYO LANG YUNG SNARE.

KUNG MAGANDA NA TUNOG NYA, WAG NYO NA GALAWIN.
Title: Snare Drum Bearing Edge
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on October 05, 2006, 02:58:32 PM
Quote from: peeves24
DISCLAIMER : MATAPANG LANG AT MAPERA ANG GAGAWA NITO SA SNARE NYA. KUNG DI KAYO SIGURADO SA GAGAWIN NYO, WAG NYO NA GAWIN KASI BAKA MASIRA NYO LANG YUNG SNARE.

KUNG MAGANDA NA TUNOG NYA, WAG NYO NA GALAWIN.


PATAY NA DI AKO MAPERA AT HINDI MASYADONG MATAPANG PANO NA YAN SHET WAHEHEHEHE mejo ok naman tunog nya eh maarte lang ako tlga minsan hehehe pro lumilipas din  :D as always master peeves tnx!

OT: nkakita ako veneer, cream maple daw un 800 ang 4x8 board hehehe mukang ok nmn...  pag nkagawa ako ng mold or kung cpagin try ko gumawa ng 10" tom wakokok wish me luck
Title: Snare Drum Bearing Edge
Post by: peeves24 on October 05, 2006, 02:59:31 PM
veneer? 800? baka naman may backing board yan?

san yan?
Title: Snare Drum Bearing Edge
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on October 05, 2006, 03:07:35 PM
Quote from: peeves24
veneer? 800? baka naman may backing board yan?

san yan?


mukang wla nman backing board eh manipis cya tlga laminated nga lang hindi RAW WOOD kaya may shiny side  :cry:  sa ACE megamall ko nakita may 700 nga lang eh may beech, basswood, maple...
Title: Snare Drum Bearing Edge
Post by: peeves24 on October 05, 2006, 04:46:14 PM
laminated = backing board

di pwede yun bro
Title: Snare Drum Bearing Edge
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on October 05, 2006, 06:53:06 PM
Quote from: peeves24
laminated = backing board

di pwede yun bro


naisip ko rin eh hehehe... amp hanap ulit hehehe
Title: maganda ba ang 12 inch snare?
Post by: zound_tech on October 16, 2006, 01:28:47 PM
my 12 inch snare po ako dito, tama po, hindi pa po kasi ako nakakabili ng skin eh, wala kc ako makita sa d2, kahit sa audiophile, worth-it ba kung gagastusan ko ito? may kalawang na rin kc kaya balak kong irestore
Title: maganda ba ang 12 inch snare?
Post by: jpmb on October 16, 2006, 03:44:15 PM
skin pang itaas meron ako stock dito..pang ilalim naman i can refer you to vinci..ok bro
Title: Re: maganda ba ang 12 inch snare?
Post by: pmack on October 16, 2006, 05:05:37 PM
Quote from: zound_tech
my 12 inch snare po ako dito, tama po, hindi pa po kasi ako nakakabili ng skin eh, wala kc ako makita sa d2, kahit sa audiophile, worth-it ba kung gagastusan ko ito? may kalawang na rin kc kaya balak kong irestore


ok yan.
restore mo. it will be well worth it.
Title: maganda ba ang 12 inch snare?
Post by: jun_BALARAW on October 16, 2006, 05:57:34 PM
maganda kung ipakita mo samin ung pic.. post mo dito.. thanks
Title: maganda ba ang 12 inch snare?
Post by: zound_tech on October 16, 2006, 06:48:30 PM
eto po ung pix nung hindi ko pa nalilinis,

(http://i105.photobucket.com/albums/m210/gntldov/IMG_0597.jpg)
(http://i105.photobucket.com/albums/m210/gntldov/IMG_0592.jpg)
(http://i105.photobucket.com/albums/m210/gntldov/IMG_0591.jpg)
(http://i105.photobucket.com/albums/m210/gntldov/IMG_0589-1.jpg)

tapos sinumpong akong punasan kanina,

(http://i105.photobucket.com/albums/m210/gntldov/Picture001.jpg)


tinamad na kc ako alagaan yan simula nung mabutas ung reso skin,
wala kc ako maipangpalit,
lazer lng nakita ko,
wala kc sa audiophile,
ampangit 2loy ng tunog, kaya tinamad na ko

balak kong ipacoat ng white ung shell tapos chrome ung lugs

aus lng kaya un?

o kaya gagayahin ko ung signature snare ng pearl, ung sa slipknot..

hehe
Title: maganda ba ang 12 inch snare?
Post by: xalanx on October 16, 2006, 06:57:57 PM
astig yan dude!!!!>.."tama"  yan syempre kilala natin na matibay at maganda ang outcome restore mo....sarap sa gig nyan men!...
Title: maganda ba ang 12 inch snare?
Post by: fredzs on October 16, 2006, 08:45:51 PM
5x12 Steel snare ?

Prepare yourself for the Crack of your life  :lol:
Title: maganda ba ang 12 inch snare?
Post by: zound_tech on October 16, 2006, 10:17:58 PM
5x12 nga po

unfortunately i dunno how to use it,

di ko kasi mapalabas ung tunay na tunog niya,

dahil ba un sa lazer lng ung reso heads?
san ba makakabili nun dito sa pinas?
Title: maganda ba ang 12 inch snare?
Post by: Diadem on October 17, 2006, 09:13:20 AM
its ok to use lazer as the reso head.. and buy a coated ambassador for the batter head...

tune the bottom super tight! to get the maximum pop! same as for the top but not as tight as the bottom
Title: Snare drum? what two buy on classified ads section...
Post by: 420 on November 04, 2006, 08:09:36 AM
just wanted to hear some opinions from you guys... i've seen the 14x3 pearl piccolo metal snare and gretsch 13x3 piccolo wood snare? what should i buy from either of this... and what does sound better? im eager to buy it this weekend... your comments are deeply appreciated.. tnx
Title: Re: Snare drum? what two buy on classified ads section...
Post by: pmack on November 04, 2006, 09:43:16 AM
first off, what sound do you want out of a snare drum?
Title: Re: Snare drum? what two buy on classified ads section...
Post by: 420 on November 04, 2006, 09:58:27 AM
sound?.. basically, one that suits rock, metal, jazz, funk, or best for all types of music.. not much into certain or specific warm or bright sounds actually.. i'm just looking for one that could replace my current busted(lugs) snare.. yet durable enough and will blend well on all types of music..
Title: Re: Snare drum? what two buy on classified ads section...
Post by: jun_BALARAW on November 04, 2006, 10:58:11 AM
yung kay BAM na lang.. yung gretsch...
Title: Re: Snare drum? what two buy on classified ads section...
Post by: kibohead on November 04, 2006, 12:13:35 PM
sound?.. basically, one that suits rock, metal, jazz, funk, or best for all types of music... >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> bro i won't settle for a picollo if that's the case.
godbless!
Title: Re: Snare drum? what two buy on classified ads section...
Post by: 420 on November 06, 2006, 09:21:15 AM
actually i'll be using the piccolo as an aux..
Title: Do new snares sound bad?
Post by: jods on December 05, 2006, 10:40:00 AM
hi. i just sold my old kit and got a new one (gretsch catalina ashton). Overall sound was great except for the snares. Parang instead na malutong ang tunog nya (pak sound) mala-echo sound ang naririnig ko eh (poww sound). I tried tightening the lugs na eh... Is this normal?
Title: Re: Do new snares sound bad?
Post by: Gep on December 05, 2006, 12:25:57 PM
Baka sa drumhead.
Title: Re: Do new snares sound bad?
Post by: Lil' drummer on December 05, 2006, 12:34:09 PM
baka cause of uneven tuning kaya pangit yung result ng tunog... try to re-tune and reseat yung skin nya bossing baka makatulong...  :-D
Title: Re: Do new snares sound bad?
Post by: peeves24 on December 05, 2006, 01:13:18 PM
I tried tightening the lugs na eh... Is this normal?

tighter  :-D
Title: Re: Do new snares sound bad?
Post by: jun_BALARAW on December 05, 2006, 04:51:41 PM
baka naman sobrang tight ng batter head mo tapos yung reso head maluwag
Title: Re: Do new snares sound bad?
Post by: jods on December 05, 2006, 07:05:41 PM
diagnosis: uneven tuning

cure: i evened the tightening and put some foam and some duct tape:)

thanks guys!
Title: Help on Snares
Post by: axedry on January 23, 2007, 12:29:26 AM
im planning to buy a new snare... budget is between $150 to $200 only   :roll:


here are some of  my choices: (di ko alam yung quality and tunog ng mga to .. my choices were based  sa reviews at budget range, kaya i need help from the experts)

Pork Pie Little Squealer Maple Snare Drum
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Pork-Pie-Little-Squealer-Maple-Snare-Drum?sku=445090
(http://img412.imageshack.us/img412/8677/2574240ah.jpg)



Pearl SK-800C Steel Snare with Rolling Cart

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Pearl-SK800C-Steel-Snare-with-Rolling-Cart?sku=448692
(http://img412.imageshack.us/img412/6329/2594487lg.jpg)


Tama Metalworks Steel Snare Drum

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Tama-Metalworks-Steel-Snare-Drum?sku=443203
(http://img181.imageshack.us/img181/9190/4630400kh.jpg)




ano ba difference ng sound pag wood snare?   Pls post other snare drums  na fit sa budget ko .. thanks!
Title: Re: Help on Snares
Post by: porksoda on January 23, 2007, 08:25:49 AM
hi there axedry.. you can check out our Chad Smith signature or the firecracker snare by Pearl, if youre into steel snare drums... theyre still available at our showroom in Yupangco.. you can drop by anytime to try em out :-)
but if youre also keen for wood snares,, coming soon (hopefully by March-mid April) we have the Omar Hakim (african mahogany shell) a great-sounding snare that could go a little above your budget but the wait will be worth it :-) it wont hurt to check it out either :-D more snares coming in this summer... more signataure snares (Tico Torres, Jordison,etc), maple and steel piccolos,sensitones...so tell us what kind of sound youre looking for maybe we could help u choose the right snare for you..only Pearl that is :-)

14x5 Chad Smith Snare= P12,999
13x5 Firecracker= P6,799
Title: Re: Help on Snares
Post by: porksoda on January 23, 2007, 08:51:35 AM
ano ba difference ng sound pag wood snare?   Pls post other snare drums  na fit sa budget ko .. thanks!
[/quote]

steel snares= more bright, cutting, crisp (lalo pag sa ghost notes), more pronouced crack sound
wood snares=warm, more full bodied sound

generally, thats how steel and wood snares sound.. pero dami din snares that incorporate elements of wood and steel to deliver the sound of both types in one snare..it also depends whether its a maple,birch, mahogany, etc shells. each wood gives a different tone and projection.. pag steel merong aluminum, stainless steel, brass, bronze.. so yun dami choices :-) experiment lang until you find your ideal snare :-)
Title: Re: Help on Snares
Post by: suspendead on January 23, 2007, 09:16:20 AM
If you ask me, ill go either sa Chad Smith signiture snare or the Free-Floating Piccolo snare, Both from Pearl...
Title: Re: Help on Snares
Post by: jeva on January 23, 2007, 10:09:19 AM
14x5 Chad Smith Snare= P12,999
13x5 Firecracker= P6,799

Hi there, How much will the following cost?

1. Tico Torres
2. Pearl Reference Cast Steel
3. Pearl Reference Rolled Brass

You can reply here or may PM me. I need to find out if its cheaper there back home.

Thanks!
Title: Re: Help on Snares
Post by: axedry on January 23, 2007, 10:17:19 AM
thanks sa replies  :-D    I'll check Chad Smith Snare
Title: Re: Help on Snares
Post by: jpmb on January 23, 2007, 10:25:12 AM
hi there axedry, i'll answer in behalf of porksoda....you can check the chad smith snare here in our pearl drums showroom...339 gil puyat avenude buendia makati city...she will be the one to personally assist you...cheers man :evil:
Title: Which snare to buy?
Post by: sjon014 on March 02, 2007, 08:29:30 PM
I've finally saved up enough money for a "more decent" snare drum. My kit is branded "L.A. Drums", and I bought a Fernando (the old models, sadly) piccolo to replace the stock steel snare. It's not much, pero it's where I learned how to play drums! A few gigs later, nainggit na ko sa snappy snare sound that just wasn't in my old fernando. So, after a few weeks of no lunch, nandito na 'ko!:)

I'd like to ask for help lang. Alam naman natin na piliin natin kung anong may magandang tunog para sa'tin regardless of brand or price, pero you guys have been GASSING for years, baka may feedback kayo sa mga prospective new snare drums ko. :-D

Sonor 3005 Birch Snare - Ganda ng itsura, mas maganda tunog! I can only afford the full birch. Both birch and maple sound different, but daym my jaw dropped upon hearing both! (ganun talaga siguro kung nasanay sa low-end drums)

Gretsch Nighthawk Piccolo - Sabi sa JB ATC, maple daw 'to. Pero I doubt it kasi low-end ng Gretsch ang Nighthawk diba? Clarifications anyone?  It was a 13 x 4" snare with a evans head that could easily be the best piccolo I've ever heard. (It cracked better than my  friend's Pearl Piccolo, and of course my fernando) Ayaw ko na sana bumili ng piccolo snare pero wala eh, nagandahan ako sa tunog!

So eto ung tinest-run ko sa JB kanina. You might've guessed by now that my snare drum budget is around 5k++. Isa pa, obvious sa snare sound descriptions ko na madali akong paligayahin. Eh what can I do, the best I've played is a Yamaha Stage Custom sa isang gig. Maganda tunog nung pareho, pero what do you guys think? Other recommendations (within my budget of course) are welcome as well! Thanks!

Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: darkuscase on March 03, 2007, 07:42:25 PM
im still in the process of familiarizing with the kinds / makes ng snare drums but what do you guys think of free floating snares - pearl to be exact? is this kind okay in your book?

thanks in advance sa mga replies :)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: pmack on March 03, 2007, 08:54:10 PM
ok na ok ang free-floating pearl snares...
buong-buo ang tunog..
:-D
i got to try one, and kung di lang sa taas ng presyo, iuuwi ko na sana.. heheh..
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: kibohead on March 04, 2007, 05:43:54 PM
bro maganda yung akira jimbo...may nagbenta sa akin wala lang ako cash 15k.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Dindin on March 05, 2007, 10:10:00 AM
im still in the process of familiarizing with the kinds / makes ng snare drums but what do you guys think of free floating snares - pearl to be exact? is this kind okay in your book?

thanks in advance sa mga replies :)

Favorite snare ko to! I have a 6.5" x 14" Pearl Free Floating Maple Snare that I have been using for almost 8 years running!
Very versatile yung tunog. You can make it sound deep and fat, or high and bright like a piccolo. Medyo mahirap lang maghanap ng original spare parts nito pag nagkaproblema.

Ikaw ba yan Ace?
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: Gep on March 05, 2007, 10:28:39 AM
Kung yang 2 ang option mo, 3005 ka na!
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: Dindin on March 05, 2007, 10:58:41 AM
Meron bang 3005 na Birch?

Diba 2005 yung series ng Birch? 3005 is maple?

Just wondering lang...
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: Gep on March 05, 2007, 12:04:31 PM
Ay oo nga no, hindi ko napansin yun ha.
Pero mapa-Birch man o Maple, parehong lamang ang mga to sa Blackhawk.
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: Dindin on March 05, 2007, 12:15:53 PM
Oo nga... Mas ok talaga yung Sonor kesa sa Blackhawk. Sayang nabenta na ni meinldrummer yung Sonor Birch snare niya... Ganda sana nun...

Meron akong Fernando na Birch snare that came with my kit. Parehong size siya sa Sonor... difference lang, 10 lugs yung Fernando. 8 lang yung Sonor.

Still no info on bringing in new Fernando Snares though...

I also have a 3005 Sonor Full Maple... Ang ganda talaga ng tunog nun! Though I still haven't used a Sonor Birch Snare, sulit talaga siya sa presyo niya.

Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: darkuscase on March 05, 2007, 12:26:51 PM
thanks sa replies..keep em coming :D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Gep on March 05, 2007, 12:41:31 PM
Dindin, posible kaya na yung hardware lang ng free floating ang mabili ko?!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Dindin on March 05, 2007, 12:54:05 PM
Dindin, posible kaya na yung hardware lang ng free floating ang mabili ko?!

I doubt it... Pero better ask JP siguro kung may ganun sa stock list ng Pearl...

Magpapagawa ka ng Acrylic shell kay Peeves no? hehehe

Tinanong ko na kung magkano aabot e... hehehe
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Gep on March 05, 2007, 01:01:14 PM
Nakapagpagawa na ako ng acrylic snare hehe. Pero gusto ko subukan kung paano gagana yung free floating sa iba't-ibang materials.  :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Dindin on March 05, 2007, 01:05:52 PM
Baka may biglang magbenta ng FFS na piccolo diyan, kunin mo nalang agad... hehehe

Nagorder ako ng Tico Torres sig kay JP e... Pero mukhang matagal pang dumating.

Teka... alam ko may isa pang FFS piccolo na binebenta si JP a... parang nasa 10k ata. Brandnew!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on March 05, 2007, 01:10:48 PM
gep di ko sure kung pwede yung acrylic shell mo sa free floating craddle. first problem kasi e masyadong inconsistent yung roundness ng acrylic. baka di magfit ng tama sa craddle. 2nd parehong may edge yung shell mo. yung sa craddle kasi kailangan flat yung side ng shell papatong dun. isang side ng shell ang may edge para sa free floating shell

tsaka narinig mo naman yung free floater ko diba? tama si dindin 10k lang yun, yun yung gamit nung eb last sat bago ko inilagay yung snare mo
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Gep on March 05, 2007, 01:12:42 PM
Ah hindi, plano ko talaga bagong shell ang gagamitin. Hindi lang acrylic, kundi cast iron, glass, etc. etc.  :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: nashbass on March 09, 2007, 11:04:17 AM
TANONG LANG PO...salamat sa mga magkakapag advice...  :mrgreen:

13x3 Pearl Maple Piccolo o 10x5 Pearl Firecracker?

salamatz po ulet
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: skunkyfunk on March 09, 2007, 11:23:21 AM
Wala lang, hindi ako makatulog habang hinihintay ko ang big score na ito:

SCORE! (http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=260085617788&ssPageName=STRK:MEWN:IT&ih=016)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: nashbass on March 09, 2007, 11:31:48 AM
ngak :wink:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jpmb on March 09, 2007, 11:48:37 AM
hey nashbass..musta? i would say go for the 13x3 picollo bro, but thats me ha..it depends on your choice and prefence..the 10x5 firecraker is a good snare also i just find the 13x3 picollo nga lang more useful..cheers man
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on March 09, 2007, 11:51:42 AM
TANONG LANG PO...salamat sa mga magkakapag advice...  :mrgreen:

13x3 Pearl Maple Piccolo o 10x5 Pearl Firecracker?

salamatz po ulet

tanong din: ano purpose nung bibilin mong snare?

mahirap kasi gawing main snare ang 10x5, hindi ka makakapag rim click dahil masyado maliit. mahina rin mag ghostnote

kung main snare lang din ang paggagamitan mo, 13x3 din tsong
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: nashbass on March 09, 2007, 12:09:29 PM
salamats masterz jpmb and peeves... isa pang tanong... pwede :wink:

pearl 13x3 maple or pearl 13x3 brass?

salamatz ulet... =) :mrgreen:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: nashbass on March 09, 2007, 12:12:32 PM
ok ba ang maple sa mga open air venues? i mean sa mga malalaking venues? salamatz ulet :mrgreen:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: nashbass on March 09, 2007, 12:49:29 PM
help naman mga masterz...  :wink: :mrgreen:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on March 09, 2007, 12:54:36 PM
tutunog yun  :-D

kahit anong sukat, kahit anong shell pwede sa open air. naka mic naman ata e
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drumster on March 09, 2007, 01:05:24 PM
Plenty of factors are involved...  Shell material, shell size, shell thickness, drumhead selections (batter and resonant/snare side), snare wires, hardware, bearing edges, air vent/s, etc etc...

Snare drums are like people...  Each is unique and has its own personality.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: nashbass on March 09, 2007, 02:55:28 PM
hmmm.... thanks sa mga comments mga masters... i decided to let go of my brass 13x3 and acquire a maple 13x3... hehehehe... kakasawa din kasi yung "clang" ng brass... subok naman ng iba... hehehehe... d pala ubra 10x5 na main snare... salamatz.. salamatz.. salamatz... :mrgreen:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: phfreq on March 17, 2007, 12:22:27 PM
was able to test a couple of snare drums a while ago...

jimmy chamberlain yamaha sig snare
tama artwood maple 13 x 6.5
joey jordison sig snare
pork pie big black


Ang gaganda ng tunog. Pero pinakafavorite ko ung jimmy chamberlain! Astig sa tunog!!! ang ganda!

next na nagustuhan ko ung tama artwood maple na 13 x 6.5. Tapos ung joey jordison tapos yung big black...

lupit talaga nung jimmy chamberlain.. Tapos narinig ko din ung album na jimmy chamberlain complex na band. Tapos may video sya dito .. astig:

http://www.jimmychamberlincomplex.com/media.php

galing talaga :-)     Miss ko na smashing :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jacobus on March 29, 2007, 04:05:42 PM
i woudl go with


pearl 14x5 ultracast snare
Tama John Tempesta sig snare
Tama Mike portnoy snare
Tama David Silveria snare
or a Tama warlord 14x5
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: jacobus on March 29, 2007, 04:14:10 PM
mmmm save money buy a ultracast
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: daemonite on March 29, 2007, 04:44:14 PM
Gusto ko Joey Jordison Sig Snare tulad ng kay sir Dindin, tsaka yung pinakita sa akin ni Sensei jp na 20 ply snare, ambigat! pero masaya tunog nya. I would like to custom a 14"x3.5 picollo though kasi pop kami....
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: jacobus on March 29, 2007, 05:03:48 PM
im still 14x5 ultracast snare from pearl.... nice POP!!! with a big pop!! all the pop!!!! but i also have a pearl firecracker :)
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: Dindin on March 29, 2007, 06:04:05 PM
wala ka nga lang mahahanap na ultracasts sa Pilipinas...

The Jordison is essentially a 13" x 6.5" Ultracast...
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: autoexec on March 30, 2007, 01:10:54 AM
to sir dindin and all sonor 3005 full maple owner:
- Ano po ang tuning nyo sa 3005 nyo?
- Ano po ang naging tunog dahil sa tuning nyo?
Infos naman mga sir wala kasi ako time mag experiment.. Thanks!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Dindin on March 30, 2007, 01:28:04 AM
to sir dindin and all sonor 3005 full maple owner:
- Ano po ang tuning nyo sa 3005 nyo?
- Ano po ang naging tunog dahil sa tuning nyo?
Infos naman mga sir wala kasi ako time mag experiment.. Thanks!

mine is tuned quite high...

nice crack with no overtones...
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: autoexec on March 30, 2007, 01:30:31 AM
Ah i see... Sakin din mejo mataas ang tuning. Pero mejo nagsasawa na kasi ako sa crack nya eh.. Versatile po ba ang snare na to? Ano pa po ba ang mga pwede nya maging tunog?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Dindin on March 30, 2007, 01:39:26 AM
Ah i see... Sakin din mejo mataas ang tuning. Pero mejo nagsasawa na kasi ako sa crack nya eh.. Versatile po ba ang snare na to? Ano pa po ba ang mga pwede nya maging tunog?

i still haven't experimented with the snare e.
di ko rin kasi masyado ginagamit... kaya di ko alam yung limitations nito.
nung nahanap ko na yung tunog na gusto ko, di ko na ginalaw.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: autoexec on March 30, 2007, 03:41:49 AM
Ah i see... Sakin din mejo mataas ang tuning. Pero mejo nagsasawa na kasi ako sa crack nya eh.. Versatile po ba ang snare na to? Ano pa po ba ang mga pwede nya maging tunog?

i still haven't experimented with the snare e.
di ko rin kasi masyado ginagamit... kaya di ko alam yung limitations nito.
nung nahanap ko na yung tunog na gusto ko, di ko na ginalaw.
Ah i see. Thanks po.

Yung mga ibang owner ng 3005 reply naman kayo. :)
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: jacobus on March 30, 2007, 08:44:17 AM
dindin ur right wlang ultracast dito sa pinas.. :( and luckily salamat sa dyos i got to buy one sa labas nga lang

yeah i think the joey snare is an ultracast.. but i really dont like snares na malaki like 6.5" and im scared of numbers wth 13. so hehehe  im into 14x5 heheheheh lol.

Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: peeves24 on March 30, 2007, 08:45:48 AM
jj snare is steel

ultracast is aluminum

they just look similar
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: jacobus on March 30, 2007, 09:05:46 AM
then therefor they arent the same..


but i in my opinion the ultracast kick ass thats why i bought one?
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: jpmb on March 30, 2007, 11:03:00 AM
jj snare is steel

ultracast is aluminum

they just look similar

yes ultracast is the snare joe jordison uses before his signature snare drum came out.. :wink:
dindin ur right wlang ultracast dito sa pinas.. :( and luckily salamat sa dyos i got to buy one sa labas nga lang

yeah i think the joey snare is an ultracast.. but i really dont like snares na malaki like 6.5" and im scared of numbers wth 13. so hehehe  im into 14x5 heheheheh lol.




yes we decided not to order muna last year the ultacast snares because we want to promote the joey jordison snares and the other signature series as well..and the fact also na mas mura yun joey jordison compared to the ultracast snares..sa ultarcast nga lang you have the option of two sizes..well the ultracast can still be purchased from us thru special order..i just need to include it on our future orders.. :wink:

JP Buduan
Pearl Drums Dept.
899-9804
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jpmb on March 30, 2007, 11:17:17 AM
i woudl go with


pearl 14x5 ultracast snare
Tama John Tempesta sig snare
Tama Mike portnoy snare
Tama David Silveria snare
or a Tama warlord 14x5

were you able to try those tama snares already or you own one?...honestly i havent tried those and i would love to hear them personally.. :wink:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jacobus on March 30, 2007, 02:31:42 PM
ive tried the tama john tempesta's sig snare, david silveria, mikeportnoy melody master. and the tama warlord 14x5 snare, in a shop lng though.

but for the ultracast i own one.
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: jacobus on March 30, 2007, 02:40:26 PM
well i just hope when u sell the ultracast 14x5 it wouldnt me very very expensive..

like i bought a p2002c it cost me 14145 pesos which is 2300HKdollars. and when i asked dito sa pinas wow 20,000+ mahal namn

hehehe

jpmb magkano kaya 14x5 ultracast snare benta nyo dito sa pinas??? pm mo lng price sakin tnx.. or something just wanted to know if magkano ultracast 14x5 snare price if mag order.

since i have a friend looking for one too
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: jpmb on March 30, 2007, 04:01:40 PM
well i just hope when u sell the ultracast 14x5 it wouldnt me very very expensive..

like i bought a p2002c it cost me 14145 pesos which is 2300HKdollars. and when i asked dito sa pinas wow 20,000+ mahal namn

hehehe

jpmb magkano kaya 14x5 ultracast snare benta nyo dito sa pinas??? pm mo lng price sakin tnx.. or something just wanted to know if magkano ultracast 14x5 snare price if mag order.

since i have a friend looking for one too

jacobus the elims doubles are 19,999 but for cash purchases i can give it as low 18k and sometimes we even offer it at a 6-12 months installment plan no interest..dude there are many factors to consider like taxes, shipping and freight charge..for the past 2 years i handled pearl i never had a price increase...its a good thing if you got that for a lower price, but bro how many drummers here has the luxury of going to hongkong or even ordering online..

regarding the ultracast yes it would be expensive because its hi-end..thats why we decided to go for the joey jordison instead..because we feel the market for the ultracast wont be that big...its like buying a car..a mitsubishi galant wouldn't be the same price as a lancer..thats why majority of the stocks should be lancer and not the hi end galants

hope this helps man and made the pricing issue clear..

dude its not easy being the product head of pearl drums but its my passion for the brand and love for drumming that keeps me doing this.. :wink:..

dude you can contact me directly at 899-9804 or even visit us on our pearl showroom for your inquiry
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jpmb on March 30, 2007, 04:18:58 PM
ive tried the tama john tempesta's sig snare, david silveria, mikeportnoy melody master. and the tama warlord 14x5 snare, in a shop lng though.

but for the ultracast i own one.

thats nice..i believe you've tried that abroad since those tama snares are not available locally..enjoy your ultracast...i even envy you for that..cheers man :wink:
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: jacobus on March 30, 2007, 04:22:07 PM
tnx jp..
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: jpmb on March 30, 2007, 04:27:21 PM
no problem bro cheers :wink:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Gep on March 30, 2007, 04:44:42 PM
Grabe, nain-love na talaga ako sa acrylic snare ni Pao!

Yung Artwood ko nakatago na lang sa bahay. Hahaha!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jacobus on March 31, 2007, 10:38:34 AM
jpmb, i am also looking to try the joey jordison snare. i heard good reviews and thing about his snare and i think ima look into it. i might even purchase one from the pearl shop dito sa pinas, if papayag erpats ko hehehe.

yeah 1st time i fell inlove with the ultracast snares were when i was listening to sevendust songs.. the new once though. i looked into it and found out that morgan uses the ultracast snare for live and recording. so i decided that i wanted  that snare and asked my parents if pwde bang xmas and new yrs gift nlng hahaha. and since i good boy naman DAW ako.. pinag bigyan ako hehehe. (char!! lng sharing how i fell for the 3mm aluminum snare)

yeah yup i tried them abroad. sa singapore merong Tama dealer don eh so hehhe i took the opportunity to wack some snare there na maganda for free hehehe
Title: Re: Which snare to buy?
Post by: jacobus on March 31, 2007, 10:48:29 AM
love ur job too hehehe drums drums drums.. any job openings?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jpmb on April 02, 2007, 09:49:19 AM
jpmb, i am also looking to try the joey jordison snare. i heard good reviews and thing about his snare and i think ima look into it. i might even purchase one from the pearl shop dito sa pinas, if papayag erpats ko hehehe.

yeah 1st time i fell inlove with the ultracast snares were when i was listening to sevendust songs.. the new once though. i looked into it and found out that morgan uses the ultracast snare for live and recording. so i decided that i wanted  that snare and asked my parents if pwde bang xmas and new yrs gift nlng hahaha. and since i good boy naman DAW ako.. pinag bigyan ako hehehe. (char!! lng sharing how i fell for the 3mm aluminum snare)

yeah yup i tried them abroad. sa singapore merong Tama dealer don eh so hehhe i took the opportunity to wack some snare there na maganda for free hehehe

yeah bro..morgan rose is one of my favorite drummer and he really pounds the drums big time and yes he uses a ultacast snare..treasure that ultracast you have bro and always feel blessed your parents bought that for you.. :wink:...
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Gep on April 02, 2007, 11:33:32 AM
Nakita niyo na yung mga bagong PDP 805 snare drums sa Lyric?

Napadaan ako sa Lyric Cubao habang papunta ng EB, at nakita ko nga yung mga 6"x10" at 5"x14" snare drums na nandoon. Ang gaganda ng kulay e, tapos nung sinubukan ko, ang lakas ng tunog. Yun ang pop talaga! Hehe. P4,000 lang yung mga 6"x10", kaya ayos na rin.

Nalaman ko lang kagabi na yung mga PDP 805 pala e maple + hardwood, kaya sulit na nga rin talaga ang mga yun!

Nakita ko rin doon ang mga PDP maple piccolo snare nila 3"x14" yung size, tapos 10 lugs, natural finish. P7,000 lang. Hehehehe.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drumster on April 02, 2007, 11:47:53 AM
Wow Gep, that sounds like an interesting deal.  Only 4K for the 6"x10" PDP 805 snare?  I must check that out.  I could find that useful for my band's style of music.  And I just checked it at the PDP website.  Looks good!  Thanks for the news.

 8-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on April 02, 2007, 11:54:31 AM
Nakita niyo na yung mga bagong PDP 805 snare drums sa Lyric?

Napadaan ako sa Lyric Cubao habang papunta ng EB, at nakita ko nga yung mga 6"x10" at 5"x14" snare drums na nandoon. Ang gaganda ng kulay e, tapos nung sinubukan ko, ang lakas ng tunog. Yun ang pop talaga! Hehe. P4,000 lang yung mga 6"x10", kaya ayos na rin.

Nalaman ko lang kagabi na yung mga PDP 805 pala e maple + hardwood, kaya sulit na nga rin talaga ang mga yun!

Nakita ko rin doon ang mga PDP maple piccolo snare nila 3"x14" yung size, tapos 10 lugs, natural finish. P7,000 lang. Hehehehe.


wow 4k para sa 10x6? panalo sa presyo!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jacobus on April 02, 2007, 08:33:05 PM
yeah i thank my dad for it.. spending like 18k for the snare is alot ofmoney and just for a drum. hehehe but i might also wana try out the jj 13x6.5 snare. jbmp if u can pm me an email address or contact number. so maybe in the near future i can contact u about that snare.

the ultracast is a nice snare and its cool plus it sound nice cuts through the mix very well. hehehe
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: bam0120 on April 02, 2007, 09:43:07 PM
Ah i see... Sakin din mejo mataas ang tuning. Pero mejo nagsasawa na kasi ako sa crack nya eh.. Versatile po ba ang snare na to? Ano pa po ba ang mga pwede nya maging tunog?

i still haven't experimented with the snare e.
di ko rin kasi masyado ginagamit... kaya di ko alam yung limitations nito.
nung nahanap ko na yung tunog na gusto ko, di ko na ginalaw.
Ah i see. Thanks po.

Yung mga ibang owner ng 3005 reply naman kayo. :)

versatile sya bro.
high tuned maganda crack
pwede mo din sya patunugin ng fat- fat so.

hahaha...:d
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Dindin on April 03, 2007, 05:12:18 PM
Would any of you guys know if they sell Pacific CX Series maple snare in Lyric and how much they cost?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drumster on April 04, 2007, 04:46:14 PM
I visited Lyric in Araneta Center yesterday to check out the PDP 805 drums.  I'm quite impressed with the 6"x10" auxiliary snare drums, sound-wise and value-wise.  It's not the prettiest-looking snare drum (in case you're conscious with gear aesthetics), but this is a great accessory drum.  Ika nga nila, bang for the buck!  I almost bought one haha!  Kaya lang hindi ko type yung mga available na colors, which are quite loud for my taste.  I'll wait for the one with the all-black finish.

There are other Pacific snare drum models available too, though I didn't really check them out.  I was focused on the 10" snares.  :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Dindin on April 04, 2007, 04:52:22 PM
I'm bringing this with me when we go home next week...

I might consider selling it...

It's a PDP CX Series 14 x 5 maple snare. Will include the coated Evans EC2 batter head... no price yet though...


(http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h149/pnedin/DSCF6981.jpg)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: nashbass on April 04, 2007, 09:59:43 PM
I'm bringing this with me when we go home next week...

I might consider selling it...

It's a PDP CX Series 14 x 5 maple snare. Will include the coated Evans EC2 batter head... no price yet though...


(http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h149/pnedin/DSCF6981.jpg)

mukang ang sarap paluin neto ah... 8-)

$999 yung set na PDP cx series...

magkano kaya ibebenta ni master dindin to... :? :wink:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: bradydrums on April 05, 2007, 02:05:04 AM
Thanks for the kind words about my father's creations (Brady Drums).

Please note the new official website is www.bradydrums.com

We look forward to sharing our new products with you all very shortly.

Please don't hesitate to be in touch: info@bradydrums.com

Best Regards,

Kelly Brady
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Dindin on April 05, 2007, 02:19:01 AM
Hey Kelly!

Welcome to the Philmusic thread!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: pmack on April 05, 2007, 08:31:38 AM
Thanks for the kind words about my father's creations (Brady Drums).

Please note the new official website is www.bradydrums.com

We look forward to sharing our new products with you all very shortly.

Please don't hesitate to be in touch: info@bradydrums.com

Best Regards,

Kelly Brady


wow!
welcome to our humble music community...
will Brady drums be available here in the Philippines soon???
i got a chance to hit those fine australian snares a while back...
brady snares would be a great addition to the ever growing option of drum brands here in  the Philippines...
more power to you and you father!




EDIT:
Wow! i'm surprised to see who's on your artist roster. Dave Abbruzzese, Kenny Aronoff, Danny Carey [!!!], Mike Bordin, David Buckner, Jimmy Chamberlin, Billy Cobham [!!!!!!!], and Steve Ferrone to name a few...

i hope Brady drums show up on Philippine retail music stores soon!
thanks!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drumster on April 05, 2007, 03:15:43 PM
It's an honor to have you here, Kelly Brady.  Welcome to Pinoydrums!

Thank you for posting.  I love your drums.   8-)

*****


FYI...  Years ago, there was actually somebody distributing Brady drums here in the Philippines.  His name is Hanson Ong.  Wazzup, Hanson (in case you get to read this)?!  I think he's no longer distributing it.  Or maybe there's a possibility.  I'm not sure...   Bradys cost a fortune!  But they're all worth it.
Title: magandang piccolo snare?
Post by: bhadz on July 18, 2007, 11:15:07 AM
mga boss ano po magandang piccolo snare at brand? yung maganda po ang tunog? ayon nadin po sa mga experience nyo? hehehehe.... ano po ba mas oky yung mas manipis or yung makapal? tnx...
Title: specs about snare's
Post by: grendil8 on July 26, 2007, 01:12:50 AM
help me out this.. (genre:metal) yung meron sa pinas.. pede na din sa europe andun family ko.. thanks.. patulong na lang po:-)
Title: Re: specs about snare's
Post by: Akira JUMBO on July 26, 2007, 01:28:55 AM
help me out this.. (genre:metal) yung meron sa pinas.. pede na din sa europe andun family ko.. thanks.. patulong na lang po:-)

I can't quite understand what you want us to help you with with regards to specifications about snare's? :|

please clarify/elaborate so we could assist you more.. :lol:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: rastah on July 26, 2007, 09:14:29 AM
guys OT question, when your tuning the toms should the reso be tight as well, cuz i run through the thread an i found out that the reso should be tight upon tuning the snares and i tried it i was satisfied with the sound, i havent tried it though on my toms cuz i dont have enough time hehehe :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Akira JUMBO on July 26, 2007, 09:27:33 AM
guys OT question, when your tuning the toms should the reso be tight as well, cuz i run through the thread an i found out that the reso should be tight upon tuning the snares and i tried it i was satisfied with the sound, i havent tried it though on my toms cuz i dont have enough time hehehe :-D


If your happy with how the snare sounded with the tight resonant you might be as happy with the toms..try it out!  :lol: tighter resonants usually have more projection..
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jpmb on July 26, 2007, 11:02:08 AM
last mini eb we were able to play on jun bangbus two mapex black panther snares..awesome sounding :wink:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on July 26, 2007, 11:07:39 AM
GAS inducing too  :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: reueldrums on August 03, 2007, 03:56:26 AM
MAy nadbebenta po ba ng snare dyan???? budget ko po mga 5k, sana piccolo,,,, basta astig tunog!!! Flexible!!!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Akira JUMBO on August 03, 2007, 04:59:49 AM
MAy nadbebenta po ba ng snare dyan???? budget ko po mga 5k, sana piccolo,,,, basta astig tunog!!! Flexible!!!

This is not the right forum to post this in sir..your need will be better addressed if you move this thread to the drum Ads section..there are some piccolo snares available there around your budget as well.. :lol:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jpmb on August 03, 2007, 01:49:49 PM
GAS inducing too  :-D

yeah thats my fist time to hit a black panther snare my bro..hehhe :wink:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: crisdrums on August 04, 2007, 04:32:55 AM
it really depends on what u want fron a snare.... s genre ng tugtugan nyo those two snares are a good choice... of course there are lots of other choices, but between those two...honestly id go for the melody master.  its not just about the name on it, its about the hardware, the material and craftsmanship.  im a proud owner of tama starclassic maple...hell yeah id say its one kick ass snare u can have!!!  from the hoops, tension rods, throw off, the shell (material, craftsmanship and design), tuning possibilities and ultimately the sound...10 years of playing but never heard that from any other snare so far!  what a crack! really cuts through! but not irritating.  just the right frequencies to please the drummer and other guys on stage.  whats more, habang binibira, lalong gumaganda tunog, more pa, never ever goes out of tune!  and tuning is so easy because of its precision cast hoops and quality tension lugs!  regular starclassics and the mike portnoy signature has a lots of things in common, except for the throw-off which has three settings.  mine is fitted with evans G1 coated on top and evans resonant in bottom, plus puresound snare wires.  my throw off is set loose, so smooth when u put it in "on" position u could hardly feel any tension during switching.  but amazingly the snare  wire lays down snug across the head and no unwanted buzz when u give it a tap, just the wire snapping prcisely on the head...the snare bed is so perfect!!!  well, thats about it.  just wanted to share my point of view.  just hope ull find the right snare for you!  ROCK N ROLL!!!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drumster on August 04, 2007, 04:51:00 AM
I can feel you, bro crisdrums!  I'm also a proud owner and user of a Tama Starclassic snare drum.  Nasabi mo na lahat!  It's an excellent snare drum.  You can visit my blogsite if you want to see some pics of my Starclassic snare.

Cheers to that!  8-)

Title: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: greysky on August 07, 2007, 11:03:57 PM
hey guys kuha lang ako ng infos sa inyo about this 3 snares
(lalo na po dun sa mga nakagamit na netong mga to)
because im planning to get one of those.

pref sound is:
- loud
- ung prang wlang metal sound prang "tanggg" (di ko alm ung term for this one sorry)
or depende to sa tuning and heads?

please post some helpful infos based on your own experice not the links for this snares
what can you say about this 3?

-thanks in advance!-
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: lil.drummerboy on August 07, 2007, 11:11:46 PM
siyempre jj snare na :lol:
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: drumergirl on August 07, 2007, 11:27:35 PM
better wait for the mapex black panther snares to arrive so you can have more options..
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: alvin_11 on August 07, 2007, 11:34:17 PM
hindi ako masyado maselan pagdating sa mga snares bro.. pero kung ako ang tatanungin, gusto ko yung Joey jordison.. :lol: overtone po ata yung tinutukoy niyo po..correct me nalang po if i were wrong sa term..salamat.. :-)
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: lil.drummerboy on August 07, 2007, 11:40:55 PM
better wait for the mapex black panther snares to arrive so you can have more options..
hi vannesa! :grin:
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: Dindin on August 08, 2007, 12:07:20 AM
You can't go wrong with any of the snares you've mentioned...

with regards to tuning, As long as it sounds good to you, then it's in tune... To each his own personal tastes, kumbaga...
All of them sound loud when hit hard and when hit with the right technique...

I personally own 2 of the 3 snares you've enumerated, and I've tried the Vinnie Paul of a friend of mine...

Of the three, I'm find my 14" x 6.5" Gretsch Renown Maple to be the most versatile... I can make it sound like a piccolo... I can make it sound deep an warm... Tune it tight, and it gives just the right amount of 'crack'...

If you don't want the 'metallic overtones', then the Jordison is not for you, since it's a 13" x 6.5" steel snare... Though the Jordison is a very good snare, I kinda find it Jordison overrated... You have to tune it just right to get rid of the 'metallic overtones'.

With regards to the Vinnie Paul, aside from the Snake Skin wrap, there is nothing else special with this snare. LOUD - yes... very... COOLNESS FACTOR - definitely... SOUND - nothing really out of the ordinary... it's basically a 14" x 8" 6ply maple snare...



Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: greysky on August 08, 2007, 12:26:09 AM
totoo po bang mas maraming ply mas malakas? (dont base on how you hit the snare)
and para saan po ba ung mas makapal na snare?
i mean the depth
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: greysky on August 08, 2007, 12:42:16 AM
siyempre jj snare na :lol:

I'm asking about the infos sir
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: Dindin on August 08, 2007, 12:57:46 AM
This is from drumdojo.com... Cut n Paste nalang a... medyo inaantok na ako e...

Thick or thin?

The density of the shell has a significant impact on the sound of a drum.

A very thick drum will, in relative terms, hardly resonate at all and will tend to project a clear bright version of the head-tone imparting few of its own qualities into the sound, this is because the vibrations from striking are reflected by the shell more than they are absorbed by it (although a certain amount of absorption will always take place with a wooden drum) At lower tunings, they deliver a 'fat' or 'round' sound.  At elevated tunings they tend to choke up more easily, or as Bob Gatzen describes them, a 'Blunt' or 'Sticky' sound.

A thinner drum on the other hand will act like a type of membrane, vibrating and resonating in greater harmony with the heads, in this scenario, because it is absorbing vibration, it starts to vibrate itself and imparts its own vibrations and therefore sound into the overall tone of the drum.  At higher tunings, they are very clear in pitch and cut well through the music, they deliver greater volume than thicker shelled drums and lower tunings this may be considered a more 'woody' and warmer sound, overall a thinner shell will deliver a more pure tone than a thicker drum.  In general a thinner shelled drum will accept all head types and thicknesses and will deliver the optimum tone for that head type.

One caveat about using thinner shelled drums is that at high volumes, the vibrations within the shell of a drum itself can cause the sound to distort.   Pick your shells to match the music you aim to play.


What difference does the depth of the drum make?

The depth of a drum has an effect on the overall sound of the drum, not on the pitch but on the quality of the tone.  A longer drum will have a more full and rounded tone because the wavelengths generated will have more distance in which to develop, they will also be louder.  However with that in mind, longer drums require more effort to excite them as you are shifting a longer column of air with a greater resistance or backpressure.  A longer drum will have less attack, it will be slower to respond but will have a fuller tone and longer resonance, a shorter drum will have the reverse, again it is a trade off that only you can apply to your own drum-buying decision making processes.  Most off-the-shelf manufacturers provide only a limited number of depths for each diameter made, however custom makers can cut shells to any size.
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: greysky on August 08, 2007, 01:05:20 AM
based on your experince sir dindin in using these 3 snares
yes maganda silang lahat pero...
ano ung pinaka nagustuhan nyo po sa tatlo?
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: harugrugrug on August 08, 2007, 01:16:08 AM
joey jordison.. for me though... sexy pa tignan.. kung coolness...
vinnie paul... yeah! pero kung hindi lang metal talaga.. gretsch na.. :-D
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: greysky on August 08, 2007, 01:31:45 AM
aheheh kaso good sounding po hanap ko hindi style sir
anyway po hindi ko kasi alam ang difference ng mga yan
in the way na kung anong sounds ung kaya nilang gawin
iba iba sila ng sizes iba iba ng materials na ginamit
tho alam naten na maganda silang tatlo
thats why im asking for those who have tried this 3 snares

thanks po
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: harugrugrug on August 08, 2007, 01:39:20 AM
hehe.. di ba katinuan sagot ko? hehe... sorry dude..

naexplain na lahat dito ng kelangan mo malaman..

players preference na lang talaga...

for me i recomend joey jordison...

kung wala e gretsch... last na ung vinnie paul.. for it's

unusual size lang.. hehe.. but never tried it..
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: greysky on August 08, 2007, 02:09:26 AM
aheheh hindi naman po sa walang katinuan sir =)
ok lang po salamat sa pag sagot

peace
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: fouljan on August 08, 2007, 02:14:35 AM
hehe.. di ba katinuan sagot ko? hehe... sorry dude..

naexplain na lahat dito ng kelangan mo malaman..

players preference na lang talaga...

for me i recomend joey jordison...

kung wala e gretsch... last na ung vinnie paul.. for it's

unusual size lang.. hehe.. but never tried it..




^^^un na un......  try mna lang lahat..... kahit di ka na magtanong.. makapili ka na... :-D
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: greysky on August 08, 2007, 02:38:11 AM
kaya nga po sabi ko "thats why im asking for those who have tried this 3 snares"
buti sana kung magamit ko sya sa store for about 10 mins each or more
hindi na po sana ko nagtanong dito kung pwede yun eheheh
mas maganda makakuha parin ako ng ibang opinion sa mga nakagamit na netong mga to
sayang kasi pera eh and kaya nga may gnitong forum para makapag tanong  :-D

anyway magkano po ung wrap na tinanong ko sa inyo heheh  :lol:
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: harugrugrug on August 08, 2007, 02:46:35 AM
hehe.. sa amerika lang may ganyan.. dito lage may do not tap.. na sign... hay...
just wait for more opinions... :-D
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: fouljan on August 08, 2007, 03:02:54 AM
kaya nga po sabi ko "thats why im asking for those who have tried this 3 snares"
buti sana kung magamit ko sya sa store for about 10 mins each or more
hindi na po sana ko nagtanong dito kung pwede yun eheheh
mas maganda makakuha parin ako ng ibang opinion sa mga nakagamit na netong mga to
sayang kasi pera eh and kaya nga may gnitong forum para makapag tanong  :-D

anyway magkano po ung wrap na tinanong ko sa inyo heheh  :lol:


hehe.... sorry.. medyo iba yata dating sau ng post ko.... gusto ko lang sabihin na iba iba rin tayo ng taste o pandinig.. kahit sabihin ng iba na okay.. pero pag ikaw na tumingin, hindi pasok sau.. kaya nasabi ko na try mna lang lahat ng pinagpipilian mo... para sakin.. walang sayang na pera kung ano man sa tatlo yung mabili mo... :-D  sulit lahat yun.... :-D

yung wraps dko pa naasikaso.. bukas pa... hehe..

gudluck sa pagpili ng snare.... buti ka pa pumipili na... ibig sabihin me pambili na... hehe...
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: greysky on August 08, 2007, 03:11:40 AM
@harugrugrug - oo nga po eh ung iba do not tap daw tapos ung tingin pa syo ng bantay kala mo di ka bibili ehehe. pano pa pag nagtest ka tpos di ka pla bibili nag survey ka lng? ahaha ano kaya masasabi nun sa loob loob nya heheh

@fouljan - aheheh, survey po muna ko bago ko bumili ng snare, makakapag antay pa po ehehe. paki pm nlng po ung price nung tinanong ko sa inyo ah. thanks!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: OMGITSDDRUMMER on August 08, 2007, 03:30:14 AM
(http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g7/kvf311992/snare.jpg)
hehe :D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on August 08, 2007, 03:32:54 AM
ganyan talaga.. hay....
wui.. tanung ko lang...

sino ba may knowledge nung snare kong tama imperial star...?
old skul na xia e... ung may old school na snare system...
hirap akong maghanap ng replacement parts e.. kahit sa
audiophile dahil wala nA daw stock.. sayang pa naman..
although working condition... hindi fullest.. bsta..
sayang e.. that snare was given to me by Roy,ung drummer
ni Miguel Escueta.. hay... help?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drumster on August 08, 2007, 03:33:30 AM
That's a sweet-looking OCDP hybrid wood/acrylic snare drum.  I love the hardware finish.

What can you say about it, omgitsddrummer?  
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: greysky on August 08, 2007, 03:38:25 AM
awww nandito minerge na pla dito ung post ko
hanap ako ng hanap kla ko nawala na lol
di ko alam...
 :lol:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: rastah on August 08, 2007, 03:48:20 AM
guys i need some help! :-o kasi everytime i hit my tom which is placed near the snare, the chain of the snare makes a buzzing sound, i think because it vibrate's...how can eliminate this one... tnx for reading guys..
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: greysky on August 08, 2007, 04:09:06 AM
for those who have tried JJ, Vinnie Paul, Gretch Renown Maple Snares
any other comments?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drumster on August 08, 2007, 04:17:31 AM
guys i need some help! :-o kasi everytime i hit my tom which is placed near the snare, the chain of the snare makes a buzzing sound, i think because it vibrate's...how can eliminate this one... tnx for reading guys..

Some answers to your inquiry are in this thread:

Snare Wire/Buzz/Bed Thread
http://talk.philmusic.com/board/index.php/topic,22455.0.html



for those who have tried JJ, Vinnie Paul, Gretch Renown Maple Snares
any other comments?

Those are 3 different snare drums with very different personalities.  The Pearl Joey Jordison Signature snare drum is the archetypal power piccolo snare with a metal-shelled drum's sound and projection.  The Pearl Vinnie Paul Signature snare drum is a deep and throaty snare drum which fits nicely on heavily amplified rock or metal music.  The Gretsch Renown Maple is a versatile line of maple snare drums with exceptional professional sound and quality.

I've tried all three.  And these snare drums are all good stuff.  It's all up to us to choose which snare drum fits best for specific styles of music we'll be playing.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: greysky on August 08, 2007, 06:38:21 AM
Quote
It's all up to us to choose which snare drum fits best for specific styles of music we'll be playing

i play poppunk punkrock music sir (and some metalcore)
but usually punk
so ano po sa tatlo ang mejo babagay sa ganyang style po?
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: jpmb on August 08, 2007, 09:54:16 AM
siyempre jj snare na :lol:

the jj snare would sound too metallish and you'll get that tang"sound coz its steel shell,.. :wink:
for those who have tried JJ, Vinnie Paul, Gretch Renown Maple Snares
any other comments?

i own a vinnie paul snare and yes its loud!!super loud!!!!my type of sound...

 
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: jpmb on August 08, 2007, 09:57:06 AM
better wait for the mapex black panther snares to arrive so you can have more options..

yeah..too be honest im thinking of getting one for my snare collection...my insights on those snares changed when i was able to play on jun bangbus black panther snares :wink:
Title: Re: Joey Jordison, Vinnie Paul or Gretch Renown Maple?
Post by: Dindin on August 08, 2007, 09:59:29 AM
based on your experince sir dindin in using these 3 snares
yes maganda silang lahat pero...
ano ung pinaka nagustuhan nyo po sa tatlo?

In order of preference...

1. Gretsch Renown Maple
2. Joey Jordison SS
3. Vinnie Paul SS

But above those three, I have a Spaun Custom Snare Drum that I'm abusing right now.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Akira JUMBO on August 08, 2007, 12:33:58 PM
just a query guys..

how much would be a decent price for a decent used JJ snare?  :lol:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Dindin on August 08, 2007, 12:42:44 PM
just a query guys..

how much would be a decent price for a decent used JJ snare?  :lol:

IMO... It should not go beyond 12k if it's in a very good condition...
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Akira JUMBO on August 08, 2007, 10:36:09 PM
Thanks Din  :lol: ..overpriced pala mga binebenta na JJ snares sa ads.. :|
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: OMGITSDDRUMMER on August 09, 2007, 12:52:54 AM
That's a sweet-looking OCDP hybrid wood/acrylic snare drum.  I love the hardware finish.

What can you say about it, omgitsddrummer?  

yeah dude its really cool..
well OCDP's are my favorite cuz my fav drummer uses it =]
and it looks really awesome too..
but not that cheap tho O.o
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: greysky on August 09, 2007, 01:53:54 AM
@ jpmb - sir u said na nkagamit na din kayo ng black panther mapex para po sa inyo ano mas magandang feel at attack sa dalawa compared to your vinnie paul ss.?

@ dindin - oo nga sir eh mejo napunta din sa first list ko yung gretch renown maple nung sinabi nyo na very versatile sya.

@ akira jimbo - yep brother mejo presyong bnew nga ung price nung JJ sa ad well thats what he wants wala tayong magagawa kundi tumawad hehe!

please post more infos if you have tried using this ff snares.

- Gretch Renown Maple
- Joey Jordison
- Vinnie Paul

and may nadagdag na sa options ko ehehe :)

- Mapex Black Panther

survey lang po kasi im planning to get one thanks!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: cavsdieagram on August 09, 2007, 02:24:28 AM
Ung black panther ni sir bangbus nung last EB...
un ang solid... :lol:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Dindin on August 09, 2007, 09:29:57 AM
Thanks Din  :lol: ..overpriced pala mga binebenta na JJ snares sa ads.. :|

medyo nga... Come to think of it, my suggested price is kinda expensive na rin. It's $239 brandnew nalang din kasi in the US e...
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: autoexec on August 09, 2007, 09:33:21 AM
Thanks Din  :lol: ..overpriced pala mga binebenta na JJ snares sa ads.. :|

medyo nga... Come to think of it, my suggested price is kinda expensive na rin. It's $239 brandnew nalang din kasi in the US e...
Wow! Ang mura na lang pala nya sa US. :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: OMGITSDDRUMMER on August 09, 2007, 10:03:27 AM
(http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g7/kvf311992/DSCN0535.jpg)
black panther mapex snare drum ko..
madumi =]
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Akira JUMBO on August 09, 2007, 11:04:26 AM
Thanks Din  :lol: ..overpriced pala mga binebenta na JJ snares sa ads.. :|

medyo nga... Come to think of it, my suggested price is kinda expensive na rin. It's $239 brandnew nalang din kasi in the US e...
Wow! Ang mura na lang pala nya sa US. :-)

hindi "nalang pala"..ganun talaga price nya from the beginning..but due to certain factors prices do flame up going to our islands  :|
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Dindin on August 09, 2007, 11:32:33 AM
How about snare porn in this thread? Post pics of your favorite snare drums! Or snares in your collection...
Doesn't have to be yours... It can be your friend's, taken from the web, etc... Pero mas ok kung sa inyo...

Here are some...

(http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h149/pnedin/DSC_2756.jpg)

Spaun Custom Snare
14" x 5.5" 10 ply maple


(http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h149/pnedin/DSC_2709.jpg)

Vintage 1960s Rogers Dynasonic Custom Built  Snare
14" x 5" (anybody know what type of wood was used on the snare?)


(http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h149/pnedin/DSC_0085.jpg)

Gretsch Renown Maple Snare
(left) 14" x 5", (right) 14" x 6.5" 9 ply maple
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Gep on August 09, 2007, 08:27:45 PM
Ito yung mga collection at naging bahagi ng collection ng kakilala ko. (sana talaga mapasakin na tong Rogers steel)

Rogers 70's Dynasonic Steel
(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b16/gojira_99/Drums/Rogerssteel3.jpg)
(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b16/gojira_99/Drums/Rogerssteel2.jpg)
(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b16/gojira_99/Drums/Rogerssteel1.jpg)

Rogers 60's Dynasonic Maple
(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b16/gojira_99/Drums/Rogersmaple3.jpg)
(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b16/gojira_99/Drums/Rogersmaple2.jpg)
(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b16/gojira_99/Drums/Rogersmaple1.jpg)

Ludwig 70's Supersensitive
(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b16/gojira_99/Drums/Ludwigsupersensitive2.jpg)
(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b16/gojira_99/Drums/Ludwigsupersensitive1.jpg)

Ludwig 70's Acrolite
(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b16/gojira_99/Drums/IMG_1566_11.jpg)

Custom bell brass
(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b16/gojira_99/Drums/23022008.jpg)

DW maple
(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b16/gojira_99/Drums/IMG_1568_12_1.jpg)

Tama Artwood (na nasa akin na)  :-D
(http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b16/gojira_99/Drums/06-10-06_01-46.jpg)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: greysky on August 09, 2007, 10:23:04 PM
ayos ung Spaun ah 10 ply
san mo na score yan?

 8-)
Title: Whick is better? Snare size
Post by: romtrt on November 06, 2007, 01:40:58 PM
Mga Sir ask ko lang because I'll be getting Pearl free floating maple snare ask ko lang which is better size 14x6.5 or 14x5? TIA po.
Title: Re: Whick is better? Snare size
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on November 06, 2007, 02:38:44 PM
this depends on your sound preference bro... if you want a bigger, more airy sound get the bigger drum, if you want a tighter sounding snare with more crack get the smaller one.
Title: Re: Whick is better? Snare size
Post by: romtrt on November 06, 2007, 03:26:25 PM
Thanks g0d5_g1ft! I'll be using it in our church with 100 members. 5.5 kasi gamit ko now. Malayo ba difference ng 6.5 sa 5?
Title: Re: Whick is better? Snare size
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on November 06, 2007, 03:36:32 PM
I think noticable naman ang difference ng 5.5 sa 6.5 na snare... since you are agitating more air inside the 6.5 than the 5.5... the 6.5 will give you a deeper, larger sound...

better ask for those that have or used a bunch of snares here like peeves, sandy, dindin, black_panther, marvinq... they can better answer your question. I only have one snare and its the only size i've used ever... im noob sorry  :-)
Title: Re: Whick is better? Snare size
Post by: peeves24 on November 06, 2007, 04:06:05 PM
Mga Sir ask ko lang because I'll be getting Pearl free floating maple snare ask ko lang which is better size 14x6.5 or 14x5? TIA po.

volume at tone lang difference nila, mas malakas at mas lower ang tone ng 6.5 syempre

but first, define what you mean by "better". napakasubjective kasi ng tanong mo hehehe at walang tama at maling sagot dahil walang criteria. have you personally tried them? if yes, you will be the only one who can answer your question.

pero wala ako magawa ngayon so kunyari ako ikaw at eto basehan ko sa pagpili:

first and foremost, ano gusto kong tunog? i will choose 14x5 kasi

- mas bagay yung tunog sa mga banda na pinapaluan ko yung 14x5
- mas madali ilagay sa stand para dun sa gusto kong position, yung ibang snare stand kasi mataas na so kung malalim pa yun snare, di ako comfortable
- mas malaki at mas mabigat ang 14x6.5 so mas mahirap dalin

bakit pearl free floater? nakagamit na ko ng 14x6.5 maple free floater at meron ako 14x3.5 steel free floater at masasabi ko lang na mas marami pang mas magandang snare dyan (hint: black panther phosphor bronze hehehe) then again, personal preference ko yun.

bakit kailangan mong pumili? bilin mo na lang pareho. hindi naman kasi applicable ang isang size ng snare para sa mga styles ng music na gusto mo. the more the merrier nga di ba?

tsaka pag bibilin mo lahat ng snares na magustuhan mo, dun mo mapipili yung "the one". kasi balang araw maririnig mo rin yung tunog na gusto mo sa utak mo sa isang snare. kaya bili lang ng bili. wag mo na pansinin tong last 2 paragraphs. take it with a grain of salt but it is partially true
Title: Re: Whick is better? Snare size
Post by: g0d5_g1ft on November 06, 2007, 04:07:52 PM
ayan na si master pao... ang haba ng explanation may natutunan nanaman ako
Title: Re: Whick is better? Snare size
Post by: romtrt on November 06, 2007, 04:28:18 PM
Thanks sir peeves! ang dami pala consider. 5 lang kasi ginagamit ko now. Yun pa lang na try ko so I dont have an idea sa 6.5. Since mas comfortable na ko sa 5 I guess I'll go for that. Kaya napili ko Free floater for its versatility and can be used with different shells if ever I decide to use metal shell. Inaala ko kasi baka pag nag metal shell ako sobra lakas naman. hehe Thanks Sir for that explanation.Alin po bang black panther yun? yung hammered? ayus sana maraming pambili ng ibat-ibang snares tulad mo. hehe
Title: Re: Whick is better? Snare size
Post by: domldkim on November 06, 2007, 07:39:44 PM
sorry bro kung medyo off topic a.
pero may tatanong lang ako kay sir peevees.
sir peevees, nakagamit na ba kayo ng PEARL MAPLE PICCOLO?
siguro 13x3.5..
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: ciro on November 08, 2007, 04:42:03 AM
anyone ever tried a 40 strand snare wire?

ok kaya effect nito?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Akira JUMBO on November 08, 2007, 08:15:03 AM
anyone ever tried a 40 strand snare wire?

ok kaya effect nito?

Browse through this thread and you'll find existing comments about your query. :wink:
Title: Re: Whick is better? Snare size
Post by: peeves24 on November 08, 2007, 08:35:30 AM
sorry bro kung medyo off topic a.
pero may tatanong lang ako kay sir peevees.
sir peevees, nakagamit na ba kayo ng PEARL MAPLE PICCOLO?
siguro 13x3.5..

errr yes. what about?


anyone ever tried a 40 strand snare wire?

ok kaya effect nito?

mas sensitive. 42 strand nakakabit sa 14x5 maple ko ngayon. mas happy ako sa tunog nya kesa nung naka 20 strand lang. nabawasan yung boing na tunog nung snare at nadagdagan ng konti pang crisp.

mas malakas nga lang yung buzz kesa sa 20 pero ok lang sa kin yun, kasama naman sa tunog yun e hehehe
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: domldkim on November 08, 2007, 09:44:39 AM
errr yes. what about?

kasi may napanood kaming banda.
pearl maple piccolo yung snare.
sobrang lakas nung tunog at talagang crunchy.
talagang "CHAK" yung tunong.hehe.
panu po ba naachieve yun??

snare wires?
skin?
tune?
Title: Survey lng po need lng pki sagot sa may mga exprience na sa mga snares na to
Post by: greysky on November 09, 2007, 07:29:44 PM
im planning to have one of these snares:
and im planning to buy one na ASAP!
so bago ako bumili gusto ko muna marinig mga comments nyo
para sa mga nakagamit na ng snares na to pls post your comments

eto po yung choices ko:
- gretch renown maple 14x6.5
- joey jordison
- mapex traditional maple 14x6.5
- vinnie paul (need to wait wala pa kasi sa JB)

please post your comments about this snares
helpful comments po about the sound not the appearance
anyway im playing punkrock

-thanks!-
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Setsuna_Boy on November 09, 2007, 09:01:22 PM
Get the Vinnie Paul, swabe... Im planning to buy one myself...
Title: mga sir ano pong mas preferred nyo po wood snare or steel snare?
Post by: Potman_Howard on November 09, 2007, 10:01:07 PM
help lang po mga sir kasi po naghahanap ako ng bubuunin ng drum set ask lang po sana ako ng advise kung ano po bang mas maganda wood or steel po para sa snare? maraming salamat po :?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: greysky on November 09, 2007, 11:51:02 PM
wala pa daw sa JB nung vinnie paul eh
tumawag ako sa JB MOA knina
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: greysky on November 10, 2007, 12:03:30 AM
eh edi sa dalawang snares na to which is better?

- Gretch Renown Maple 14x6.5 or
- Mapex Traditional Maple 14x6.5

comments sa mga nkagamit na pls.

i play punkrock pla ty!
Title: Re: mga sir ano pong mas preferred nyo po wood snare or steel snare?
Post by: autoexec on November 10, 2007, 12:37:55 AM
Wood na lang para mas versatile. Pero depende pa rin naman yun sayo.
Title: Re: mga sir ano pong mas preferred nyo po wood snare or steel snare?
Post by: mampupunit on November 10, 2007, 12:58:07 AM
yeah. sarap ang tunog ng wood. tapos malalim.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Valve on November 10, 2007, 06:00:54 AM
Guys, question from a non-drummer-
any of you na nakagamit o nakabuo na ng Stave? Like this one? http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=250155888242

Lalabas na $260 ang total with the bearing edge, snare beds, drilling ang shipping. Worth it? thoughts?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on November 10, 2007, 07:42:30 AM
shell made by jtp co, quality work yan.

pero i have something against thick shells, puro crack ng head lang maririnig mo. sobrang kapal na nung shell so hindi na sya nakakacontribute sa overall sound. nangyayari tuloy kulang sa "body" yung snare at manipis ang tunog. sa kapal nya, its effectively a 13" and not a 14"

try global drum co, cheaper sila sa jtp at mataas din ang quality pero hindi staves, segmented shells naman sila

staves = vertical side by side yung wood
segmented = stacked horizontal yung wood
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on November 12, 2007, 05:16:52 PM


OT:


pano mo maitotono na parang snare nung drummer ni barbie sa Pagalis na hindi akustik???

ganda e
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Potman_Howard on November 12, 2007, 06:26:25 PM
ayos, may natutunan ako check ko lang mga sir, hi pitch - more than 5"? ayos makakatulong to sa pagbili ko ng snare salamat mga sir.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on November 13, 2007, 02:39:12 AM
low pitch pag more than 5"
high pitch kung less than 5"

pitch nga ba correct term or tone?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drumster on November 13, 2007, 03:07:59 AM
The depth of the drum will be more influential to how deep or quick the drum sound and response will be.

The drum's diameter seems to be more influential to the drum's pitch.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: intake on November 13, 2007, 04:00:53 AM
smaller snares, higher pitch

hmm, pag maliit ang snare (ex. 10" ) mas maganda ba pag malaki yung depth niya? (naiisip ko kasi pag ganun kaliit tapos kasing nipis pa ng piccolo, edi ang hina na nun? sablay pa sa response)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on November 18, 2007, 06:05:09 PM



@intake

wag mo lokohin sarili mo, wala kang drumset sa states!! haha digital lang dba dude??

anong model at brand nian??
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drumster on November 19, 2007, 04:41:32 AM
hmm, pag maliit ang snare (ex. 10" ) mas maganda ba pag malaki yung depth niya? (naiisip ko kasi pag ganun kaliit tapos kasing nipis pa ng piccolo, edi ang hina na nun? sablay pa sa response)

We can't really generalize whether mahina or malakas ang volume kasi madaming factors.  For example, we can gather all the 5"x10" snare drum models in the world, and I'm sure there would be differences among their sound characteristics.  The shell material, shell thickness, bearing edges, snare wires, hardware, etc etc and so forth...  These are all influential to how a drum will sound.  And that would include its volume level.

The drum's depth - whether shallow or deep or somewhere in between - is influential to how the drum will respond.  Take Tama's Octobans as an example...  These are 8"-diameter drums with varying depths.  But they're loud enough to be heard.

Another good example... I've tried a 4"x10" Yamaha Peter Erskine Signature Soprano snare drum (which is already discontinued because Mr. Erskine is now a DW artist).  It's a small and shallow drum.  But it's loud enough to be heard and very responsive to dynamics.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: wipeout on November 21, 2007, 11:09:09 AM
May question lang ako about snare beds and bearing edges.  What do you mean by "roundover?"  Thanks!  :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: acidtest on November 22, 2007, 05:36:56 AM
help!!! meron akong pearl piccolo(?) snare na sira ung umiipit(ung bakal na kasinlaki ng kalahiting kaha ng yosi sa gilid) sa spring sa ilalim.(di ko alam tawag dun dahil di ako drummer) wala silang ganung modelo sa yupangco. saang store ako pwedeng maghanap ng pyesa? 
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on November 22, 2007, 08:59:17 AM
May question lang ako about snare beds and bearing edges.  What do you mean by "roundover?"  Thanks!  :-)

(http://www.raketship.com/drumblog/bearingedges.jpg)

yung middle extreme round over

yung nasa right ang full round over

both edge styles were common in the 60's and 70's hence they are referred to as "vintage style". ludwig is even notorious for selling drums without edges hehehe flat lang

help!!! meron akong pearl piccolo(?) snare na sira ung umiipit(ung bakal na kasinlaki ng kalahiting kaha ng yosi sa gilid) sa spring sa ilalim.(di ko alam tawag dun dahil di ako drummer) wala silang ganung modelo sa yupangco. saang store ako pwedeng maghanap ng pyesa? 

post ka pic
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: wipeout on November 22, 2007, 03:53:35 PM
Thanks sa information Master Peeves!  :-D  Therefore yung term na roundover refers to the outer edge kasi no effect naman pag sa inner edge!  Hindi kasi ako familiar sa ganung klaseng edges.  Yung nasa leftmost side lang yung alam ko.

Yung nga palang snare shell na ipapakita ko sa iyo for repair, hindi tayo nag abot nung Mapex Drumfest 2nd leg, dala ko nun, sabi ni JP umalis ka daw agad kaya hindi na kita nakita.  Anyway PM na lang kita.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: cavsdieagram on January 01, 2008, 11:53:08 PM
at ask lang po mga masters, ano po ung sound ng snare kapag you'll use wide snare wires, i mean maraming strands? tnx po.. BTW 12X7 po ung snare kong acrylic tnx ulet :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on January 02, 2008, 10:21:40 AM
mas malutong at nakakamuffle sya ng konti
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: cavsdieagram on January 02, 2008, 10:31:36 AM
mas malutong at nakakamuffle sya ng konti

Uy salamat sir peeves...i'm planning to change my snare wires eh, mga ilang strands ba ung prefered mo? ung bagay sana sa 12" na shell? salamat ulet :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on January 02, 2008, 10:45:23 AM
hehehe

sorry di ako familiar sa 12

yung maple ko na 14x5.5 naka 42 strand yun. originally, 20 strand na puresound ang nakakabit pero since nakabitan ko nung mas malaki, di na ko bumalik sa 20. mas controlled kasi yung tunog e
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: alvin_11 on January 02, 2008, 10:48:29 AM
hehehe

sorry di ako familiar sa 12

yung maple ko na 14x5.5 naka 42 strand yun. originally, 20 strand na puresound ang nakakabit pero since nakabitan ko nung mas malaki, di na ko bumalik sa 20. mas controlled kasi yung tunog e

kung 13"x6 naman po? ilang strands po kaya ang ideal para sa ganitong sizen g snare? :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on January 02, 2008, 10:54:40 AM
good question  :-D

i dont know hehehe
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: cavsdieagram on January 02, 2008, 11:27:00 AM
hehehe

sorry di ako familiar sa 12

yung maple ko na 14x5.5 naka 42 strand yun. originally, 20 strand na puresound ang nakakabit pero since nakabitan ko nung mas malaki, di na ko bumalik sa 20. mas controlled kasi yung tunog e

Ok, salamat... i'll it myself na nga lang and gudluck saken...hehe pwede ko naman ibalik ung isa if ever na hindi ko nagustuhan...hehehe :-D salamat ulet
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: atong_damuho on January 03, 2008, 12:33:00 PM
patulong po.

ayaw lumapat ng snare wires ko kahit sobrang higpit na nung tali sa throw-off. akala ko nung una ung snare wire ung may problema kaya pinalitan ko ng pdp snare wire, pero ayaw pa rin lumapat. pinalitan ko na rin ng strap pero wala pa rin tas pinalitan ko na rin ng reso, pdp rin pero ayaw pa rin. hanggan sa huli, binaligtad ko na ung lahat ng pyesa pero wala pa rin. ano po ba pwede kong gawin?

fernando 14x3.5 ung gamit ko. 
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Dindin on January 03, 2008, 12:40:36 PM
patulong po.

ayaw lumapat ng snare wires ko kahit sobrang higpit na nung tali sa throw-off. akala ko nung una ung snare wire ung may problema kaya pinalitan ko ng pdp snare wire, pero ayaw pa rin lumapat. pinalitan ko na rin ng strap pero wala pa rin tas pinalitan ko na rin ng reso, pdp rin pero ayaw pa rin. hanggan sa huli, binaligtad ko na ung lahat ng pyesa pero wala pa rin. ano po ba pwede kong gawin?

fernando 14x3.5 ung gamit ko. 

Can you post pictures?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on January 03, 2008, 12:41:47 PM
kasi po walang snare bed yung shell mo

(http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1222/1422240111_d26bcf6e14.jpg)

pansin mo yung uka na ginawa ko sa edge?

medyo hindi kita kasi mababaw lang yun. kasing lapad sya ng snare wire

kuha ka ng liha at lagyan mo din ng snare bed yung sa yo
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Potman_Howard on January 03, 2008, 09:33:29 PM
hello po konting advise and suggestions po...i have just bought a snare from JB music, its a 6 lugs 14 x 5.5 fernando wood snare i have changed the head to remo ambassador x i just want to achieve the sound of tool's drummer's snare or even just to achieve the sound of lars ulrich's snare...ung tipong buo na ear splitting...na hindi magtunog lata.di rin kasi ako gaano kasanay pa sa pagtono ng snare eh...
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on January 04, 2008, 08:14:52 AM
hello po konting advise and suggestions po...i have just bought a snare from JB music, its a 6 lugs 14 x 5.5 fernando wood snare i have changed the head to remo ambassador x i just want to achieve the sound of tool's drummer's snare or even just to achieve the sound of lars ulrich's snare...ung tipong buo na ear splitting...na hindi magtunog lata.di rin kasi ako gaano kasanay pa sa pagtono ng snare eh...

good luck  :-D coz a recorded snare sound passed thru a lot of processing in the studio, its hard to replicate it without a mic. no amount of tuning can make your fernando sound like your examples. its not that your snare is not good enough, its just different. you should have bought a steel snare if you want to get near the sound of lar's or danny's
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Potman_Howard on January 04, 2008, 02:05:05 PM
wow thanks po...paano po ba ang proper tuning ng snare? thanks po happy new year
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: bassman88 on January 04, 2008, 03:47:29 PM
good luck  :-D coz a recorded snare sound passed thru a lot of processing in the studio, its hard to replicate it without a mic. no amount of tuning can make your fernando sound like your examples. its not that your snare is not good enough, its just different. you should have bought a steel snare if you want to get near the sound of lar's or danny's

sir peeves, with regards to micing and processing, ive been having a hard time reducing the overtones of my maple snare mic'ed with an sm57, does processing remove overtones or do i have to fix the muffling myself? kasi when i use an o-ring, sobra naman ung muffling, i cant get the crisp sound i want. Ang tuning ko is, snare side tighter than batter head, 14x5.5
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on January 04, 2008, 04:39:20 PM
hmm walang mali at walang tama hehehe

pwede mo imuffle yung snare mo para less overtones tapos tweak mo na lang yung recorded sound using eq and reverb.

pwede rin record mo yung snare mo na ma overtone. tapos yung recorded sound, gamitan mo ng gate para mabawasan yung overtone. adjust mo lang yung threshold dun sa gusto ng taste mo. kapag overdone yung gating, mapapansin mo parang nahuhulog sa bangin kasi biglang nawawala at hindi natural yung tunog. best use multiple mics sa snare para maretain yung natural snare sound with less overtone

dami pa options dyan...

the best and most expensive is to buy every snare you can afford  :-D para kung hindi ka satisfied sa tunog ng gamit mo, e di palitan mo. tuning can only do so much to your sound


wow thanks po...paano po ba ang proper tuning ng snare? thanks po happy new year

there is no right or wrong, kung ano gusto mo tunog yun ang tamang tuning para sa yo.

"proper tuning" has been discussed to death here and in other forums. i suggest you check the drum tuning bible (hanap sa google) to start. tapos trial and error na lang on your part hanggang sa madevelop yung tenga mo sa tunog nung drum, malalaman mo yung sweet spot nya, kung ano tunog ng choked snare. its all just practice
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: makLoy on January 22, 2008, 11:07:01 AM
good day po!!

tanong ko Lang po sana kung pano ginagawa yung sheLL, speciaLLy the wood types..

tsaka san po ba kayo kumukuha ng wood... hehehe

thanks po
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: rastah on February 11, 2008, 11:58:06 AM
mga masters mag tatanong lang ako ano po ba difference ng wood,steel and acrylic snare? confused na kasi ako
Title: what snare drum is better?
Post by: Thorts69 on February 11, 2008, 03:53:40 PM
to all lang im just curious kung anong best snare drum to use at different types of genre.... kasi right now im in to rock and roll music mala pepe smith kiss ac/dc april boy and nsync! just joking! pro rock and roll tlaga my question is anu b tlaga best snare to use. ksi for example im using a steel snare n medyo mtaas ang dept highly resonant cyaok rin nman ang rin shot pra bang snare ni tico torres ngvon jovi.. if u have any sugestion ano b mas maganda sa type ng genre ko or is it ok na. sana suport this post becasue this could be educational to all. Thank you!!!! :?


*NO TXT spelling please
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Akira JUMBO on February 11, 2008, 05:16:44 PM
mga masters mag tatanong lang ako ano po ba difference ng wood,steel and acrylic snare? confused na kasi ako

Read through this thread sir. Your bound to find the answer; your question has been discussed repeatedly already.  :lol:
Title: TaMa Warlord Snare vs. Mapex Black Panther Snare.....
Post by: Duyduy on February 11, 2008, 07:12:40 PM
 :-D
Sino po mas Maganda.... TWS or MBPS? :lol:
Parehas naman pero sino mas Click.....
Sama niyo Din Other Snares...... :wink:
Idea lang po...... 8-)
Title: Re: TaMa Warlord Snare vs. Mapex Black Panther Snare.....
Post by: Duyduy on February 11, 2008, 07:24:58 PM
 :-D
May Balak po kami ng Bro. ko na Bumili ng Snare....
Pinag Pipilian po namin ay J.Jordison Sig. Snare or Mapex Black Panther..... :?
ano po kaya?
 
ask lang po... Mas Mura po ba Yung Mapex Brass Snare(Pro Snares) Kaysa BP?
Thanks Po.... GOD BLESS.... :lol:
 
Title: Re: TaMa Warlord Snare vs. Mapex Black Panther Snare.....
Post by: Paolo-I-b on February 12, 2008, 01:10:14 AM
only praetorian.....it's prettier too..
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: prjm14 on February 12, 2008, 10:13:17 PM
:-D
May Balak po kami ng Bro. ko na Bumili ng Snare....
Pinag Pipilian po namin ay J.Jordison Sig. Snare or Mapex Black Panther..... :?
ano po kaya?
 
ask lang po... Mas Mura po ba Yung Mapex Brass Snare(Pro Snares) Kaysa BP?
Thanks Po.... GOD BLESS.... :lol:
 

the best way para malaman mo kung ano pinakamaganda is to try them out yourself.. :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drumster on February 14, 2008, 05:13:25 AM
mga masters mag tatanong lang ako ano po ba difference ng wood,steel and acrylic snare? confused na kasi ako

This thread should answer your question...

Wood vs. Metal snares
http://talk.philmusic.com/board/index.php/topic,52136.0.html


Regarding acrylic shells, its sound character varies, depending on the composition of the acrylic and the elements mounted on it (lugs, hoops, heads, etc).  But in general, acrylic shells are known for their great volume and projection.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: rastah on February 19, 2008, 07:59:08 AM
Masters i need help i'm planning to buy a 14x6.5 snare drum im going to for youre opinion i know that it really depends on the sound preference of the drummer. i just want to know youre oopinions on these snare's cuz these are my options im kinda short on budget so just bare with me guys
1'st sonor 3005 i dont know if they have a 14x6.5

2nd tama artwood snare 14x6.5 which if in any case i would be getting it by december.."damn i have to wait that long because i going to ask my uncle to buy it for me in the states and he's gonna come back by december"

3rd custom acrylic snare 14x6.5 made by one of the best here at pinoydrums
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: stiknstone on February 28, 2008, 05:12:40 PM
Sir ask ko lng po kung saan nakakabili ng Pearl "Mastercast" hoops size 14 w/ 8 holes for snare batter side?..and how much it will cost?..tnx! :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: makLoy on February 29, 2008, 05:43:39 PM
Sir ask ko lng po kung saan nakakabili ng Pearl "Mastercast" hoops size 14 w/ 8 holes for snare batter side?..and how much it will cost?..tnx! :-)

bro Let me heLp you...

mas madaLi mo mahahanap to pag nai-post mo rin to sa Classifieds Thread  :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: stiknstone on February 29, 2008, 05:52:23 PM
OK sir..salamat! :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: makLoy on February 29, 2008, 05:55:13 PM
OK sir..salamat! :-D
naku!!  :-o wag nyo po ako tatawaging sir...  :lol:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: mic2 on March 06, 2008, 03:12:59 PM
ano po ba yung floating snare?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: prjm14 on March 06, 2008, 04:29:34 PM
ano po ba yung floating snare?

what do you mean? kasi may free-floating din kasi na snare..

a free floating snare has no hardware drilled/inserted into it.. kaya mas maganda ung resonance niya..

floating can mean na naka mount siya (from cymbal stands using clamps, etc.)..

may naiwan ba ako? :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: rhanen28 on March 28, 2008, 08:56:59 AM
question lang po meron akong gretsch blackhawk snare hindi ko alam kung pano ko itotono para maging FAT yung sound nya or hindi kaya ng drum ko?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: stiknstone on March 28, 2008, 02:42:35 PM
question lang po meron akong gretsch blackhawk snare hindi ko alam kung pano ko itotono para maging FAT yung sound nya or hindi kaya ng drum ko?

Youtube lng katapat nyan sir..look for Bob Gatzen daming tips nun..hope this will help you sir.. :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: makLoy on April 03, 2008, 06:12:02 PM
question lang po meron akong gretsch blackhawk snare hindi ko alam kung pano ko itotono para maging FAT yung sound nya or hindi kaya ng drum ko?
sir, ano pong ibig sabihin nyo na 'FAT SOUND'?
tsaka, iLan po Lugs ng snare nyo?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: lil.drummerboy on April 04, 2008, 04:26:43 AM
sir, ano pong ibig sabihin nyo na 'FAT SOUND'?
tsaka, iLan po Lugs ng snare nyo?
makapal tunog. :lol:
Fat warm tone siguro   :-)

question lang po meron akong gretsch blackhawk snare hindi ko alam kung pano ko itotono para maging FAT yung sound nya or hindi kaya ng drum ko?
alam ko. base sa na obserbahan ko...
gawin mo muna  alternating(star) pattern. resonant mahigpit, tapos batter Mid tight, Loosen mo Snare wire..tapos fine tune.. malamang  FAT tone with good crack. ayos :lol:

kung gusto mo fatter tone.. tune mo batter medium tension....
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: makLoy on April 04, 2008, 12:05:49 PM
hindi kaya parang timbaLe sound ibig nyong sabihin sir rhanen28?  :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on April 04, 2008, 12:13:22 PM
fat warm sound, listen to john mayer's vultures from the try album
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: makLoy on April 07, 2008, 08:13:49 PM
ah... yun paLa ibig sabihin ng fat sound...

FAT nga taLaga pakinggan  :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: phfreq on April 08, 2008, 12:23:15 PM
ang nabasa ko, fat daw nakuha galing dun itsura nung sound sa audio waveform image..

yung waveform na sinasabi eh katulad nung nandito: (taken from http://digitalmedia.oreilly.com/images/oreilly/digitalmedia/2006/05/blackbox-pro-tools_pop.gif)

(http://digitalmedia.oreilly.com/images/oreilly/digitalmedia/2006/05/blackbox-pro-tools_pop.gif)

kapag mas malapad daw ung image (mas mahabang time ang na-occupy dun sa x axis, fat daw yon..

so based dyan sa diagram, mas fat ung tunog nung mga signals dun sa green waveform compared dun sa blue waveform

so i think, generally, mas malalim ang depth ng snare, mas fat sya compared dun sa mga piccollo...


he hehe... sorry kung hindi masyado na-explain ng mabuti or mas naging complicated pa... hopefully ma-imagine ung tunog based dun sa audio waveform :-)


Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drumster on April 08, 2008, 12:35:48 PM
so i think, generally, mas malalim ang depth ng snare, mas fat sya compared dun sa mga piccollo...


In general, that's right.  The deeper the snare, the fatter it sounds.
Title: Differences: Piccolo Snare over Traditional Snare
Post by: royalletones on April 10, 2008, 04:19:26 PM
sir ask ko lang kung ano difference ng standard snare sa piccolo snare?

same lang naman sila na may snare wire. except sa depth.
Title: Re: Differences: Piccolo Snare over Traditional Snare
Post by: drumster on April 10, 2008, 04:30:00 PM
Well, you just mentioned the answer to your inquiry...  Depth.

Generally speaking, the term piccolo refers to a smaller form of a musical instrument, such as piccolo trumpet, piccolo oboe, piccolo clarinet, and of course the piccolo, which is a small flute.

In our case, piccolo snare drums are often characterized by a shallow depth of 3"-4".  These drums produce a quick sound in the higher pitch range.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: royalletones on April 10, 2008, 04:46:06 PM
thanks. @drumster

di lang ako masyadong sigurado. saka baka may iba pang characteristic. kaya naiisip kong itanong.

tnx again
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: makLoy on April 11, 2008, 12:15:03 PM
In general, that's right.  The deeper the snare, the fatter it sounds.
pano naman po yung mga snare na sizes 10"x7" or yung mga snare niLa joey jordison and chris adler?
di ba maLaLim din po yun?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: lil.drummerboy on April 11, 2008, 12:22:48 PM
yung jordison power piccolo.high pitch parin. tpaos tunog bakal "tang" tunog piccolo kahit 6.5 lalim
yung 12x7 ang lalim pero parang ang liit nung tunog. parang "plank" yung tunog heheh.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: phfreq on April 11, 2008, 01:27:52 PM
pano naman po yung mga snare na sizes 10"x7" or yung mga snare niLa joey jordison and chris adler?
di ba maLaLim din po yun?

i believe diameter generally determines the pitch. mas maliit na diameter, mas mataas na pitch... comparing the sound of a 14x14 tom and a 16x14 tom of the same wood, heads and hoops can hopefully give an idea of what changes when the diameter changes
Title: mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo??
Post by: batangdramista on August 11, 2008, 09:26:53 PM
mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo?? need your reviews and feedbacks.. d pa kase ako nakakagamit ng brass or steel na picollo eh tialamats! :? :wink:
Title: Re: mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo??
Post by: lil.drummerboy on August 11, 2008, 09:40:06 PM
maple= warm tone, versatile,fat sounding
steel =  for overtones
brass = focus attack

maple parin ako para versatile :)
Title: Re: mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo??
Post by: Dheniz on August 11, 2008, 09:43:34 PM
maple= warm tone, versatile,fat sounding
steel =  for overtones
brass = focus attack

maple parin ako para versatile :)

+1 pero for me kung sa metal mo gagamitin eh brass ka isa pa alam ko naman tugtugan nyo.  :evil:
Title: Re: mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo??
Post by: batangdramista on August 11, 2008, 09:47:03 PM
salamat mga sirs!!! hehe nagpaplano kase ako bumil ng picollo eh..

dhenzio! patira minsan sa jj snare mo ah! stock na remo pa din ba nilagay mo oh pinalitan mo na???? :mrgreen:

comments and feedbacks pa! minsan lang ako mag post hehehe
Title: Re: mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo??
Post by: lil.drummerboy on August 11, 2008, 09:49:02 PM
oo nga kung metal na mabigat talaga brass nalang :lol:
Title: Re: mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo??
Post by: Dheniz on August 11, 2008, 09:58:10 PM
salamat mga sirs!!! hehe nagpaplano kase ako bumil ng picollo eh..

dhenzio! patira minsan sa jj snare mo ah! stock na remo pa din ba nilagay mo oh pinalitan mo na???? :mrgreen:

comments and feedbacks pa! minsan lang ako mag post hehehe

sure no prob, nop evans genera dry na skin nito
Title: Re: mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo??
Post by: batangdramista on August 11, 2008, 10:15:03 PM
yown!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! versatile ba?? pwede sa n.i at p.o.j at f.t???
Title: Re: mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo??
Post by: smutdrummer on August 12, 2008, 12:07:07 AM
can we have this on laymans terms please? not too techy :) para maintindihan ng regular people like me.
Title: Re: mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo??
Post by: batangdramista on August 12, 2008, 12:35:57 AM
tama tama! kahit ako minsan mejo lito sa mga terms na hindi ako familiar hehe
Title: Re: mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo??
Post by: Dheniz on August 12, 2008, 12:40:12 AM
yown!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! versatile ba?? pwede sa n.i at p.o.j at f.t???

uu pedeng pede, honeslty nung nag recording kami sa 3 kong banda jj snare ni macoy ang ginamit ko, maraming tao rin nagsabi na versatile ang jj snare lalo na kung gusto ng tenga mo tunog.
Title: Re: mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo??
Post by: batangdramista on August 12, 2008, 12:46:59 AM
idol talaga toh si dhenzio!!! whooo!!! mapex kase skorin ko eh sa september pa naman.. kaya akoy litong lito kung brass o maple hehehe pero curious din kase ako sa brass d pa kase ako nakakagamit ng brass na snare eh puro sa picture lang kaya ginawa ko tong topic na toh
Title: Re: mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo??
Post by: smutdrummer on August 12, 2008, 01:49:45 AM
maple - tunog kahoy
steel - tunog bakal

para hindi masyadong teknikal :)
further explanation would be a great help to all
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: firecracker_pop on August 17, 2008, 12:55:57 AM
applicable kaya ang pearl firecracker 10x5 as main snare?

kamusta tunog nya pag miked? pag hindi miked (small room na mga bar gaya ng saguijo)?

di ako makadecide kasi kung bibili ako ng ganun o ayusin ko na lang yung 14" snare ko na forum series (bilihan na lang nung drumhead na evans genera).

salamat!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: tank_jr2004 on August 23, 2008, 05:02:03 PM
ser ask ko lang
2kol dun sa pinag kaiba ng
acrylic at maple na snare?
anung mas maganda?? thxx
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: kimpoy19 on August 24, 2008, 08:19:57 PM


 what snare skin yung the best para walang overtones? okey na po ba yung conrolled sound ng REMO? at ano yung mga dahilan ng pagkakaroon ng overtones?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: intake on August 25, 2008, 02:46:21 AM

 what snare skin yung the best para walang overtones? okey na po ba yung conrolled sound ng REMO? at ano yung mga dahilan ng pagkakaroon ng overtones?

kahit single ply ok na eh, higpitan mo lang ng maigi tas lagyan mo ng madaming tissue  :lol:

pero kung skin talaga, Evans Hydraulic  :-D
di ka pa makuntento, lagyan mo ng evans G2 yung resonant side  :lol:

teka yung Lazer meron ding Hydraulic heads ah, yon nasubukan ko na (yung sa snare dati ni ralph_petrucci)...TANGGAL ang overtones  :lol:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on August 25, 2008, 02:53:56 AM
kahit single ply ok na eh, higpitan mo lang ng maigi tas lagyan mo ng madaming tissue  :lol:

pero kung skin talaga, Evans Hydraulic  :-D
di ka pa makuntento, lagyan mo ng evans G2 yung resonant side  :lol:

teka yung Lazer meron ding Hydraulic heads ah, yon nasubukan ko na (yung sa snare dati ni ralph_petrucci)...TANGGAL ang overtones  :lol:


yes bro. yun ung gamit ko dati ung OIL filled na head ng lazer para sa 14" ko. akala ko un ung maganda pero,

i like the coated heads better now kasi they have the best "crack" and sensitivity :)

hydraulic heads are best for toms. try puting O-rings or mufflers para mawala :)
Title: THE STEEL SNARE EXPIRIENCE
Post by: batangdramista on September 01, 2008, 08:55:51 PM
post your comments and experiences sa steel snare drum. from piccolo to a 6.5 depth pros/cons of having a steel snare! comparison or whatever basta about steel snare mga ka drummies! :-D
Title: Re: THE STEEL SNARE EXPIRIENCE
Post by: uglyguy on September 02, 2008, 10:02:00 AM
i love my snare on high pitch so i could produce timbale sound ... so i prefer dati ang steel snare and i love over tones nga pala hehehehe ....

but now what i do is i palit palit ako ng snare depende sa song ... slow songs i use wood snare for para m as may body yun sound nya po
Title: Re: THE STEEL SNARE EXPIRIENCE
Post by: batangdramista on September 03, 2008, 08:49:10 PM
up! comments nakam kayo mga ka drummies thanksss :mrgreen:
Title: Re: THE STEEL SNARE EXPIRIENCE
Post by: jckazs on September 04, 2008, 08:19:38 PM
Medyo iba yung ring nya compared sa ibang metal snares such as aluminum, brass...etc. high pitched yung ring na wala masyadong kulay o low end. Wala yung wood (dry) sound characteristic. This is not, by any means, something negative. depende din sa preference yan. Suitable sa rock music.
Pros - bright; solid "pop"; lively / loud; most affordable type of snare drum
Cons - not as versatile as its other metal shell counterparts: brass, aluminum; bronze; Wala masyadong character

kung medyo mataas budget mo, go for a cast steel snare - Heavy as hell hehe not sure kung anong brand pa meron aside from ocheltree: phantom (around $1700 - hindi typo yan hehe) o carbon steel snare drum (around $500). Yung phantom yung gamit ni steve smith history of the us beat DVD
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: batangdramista on September 05, 2008, 11:11:19 AM
i got my steel piccolo snare thanx sa mga nag comments
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: rastah on September 28, 2008, 09:12:52 PM
anu ba mas flexible brass snare or wood snare?? based sa mga na back read ko eh mas flexible ang wood snare's kaso may na panuod ako sa youtube yung brass snare nya na minuffle ok rin yung naging dry na walang over tones, tapos pag tinangal yung muffle sarap ng tunong parang timbale hipitched.. naguguluhan talga ako ang hirap kasi pag hindi pa firsthand na tatry ng iba ibang kaseng snare..
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: kimpoy19 on September 28, 2008, 10:24:26 PM
kahit single ply ok na eh, higpitan mo lang ng maigi tas lagyan mo ng madaming tissue  :lol:

pero kung skin talaga, Evans Hydraulic  :-D
di ka pa makuntento, lagyan mo ng evans G2 yung resonant side  :lol:

teka yung Lazer meron ding Hydraulic heads ah, yon nasubukan ko na (yung sa snare dati ni ralph_petrucci)...TANGGAL ang overtones  :lol:

thanks sir. I'll try na makabili ng hydraulic. =D
nagtanong kasi ako sa JB, namahalan ako. haha.
Title: what are the differences between the maple, steel, and brass pearl piccolos?
Post by: ceesharp on October 01, 2008, 06:50:40 PM
what are the differences between the maple, steel, and brass pearl piccolos?

mga sir just want to ask kung ano yung mga differences nila? and ano po ang pinakamaganda na piccolo? :-D thanks!

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Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jeva on October 02, 2008, 11:24:44 AM
thanks sir. I'll try na makabili ng hydraulic. =D
nagtanong kasi ako sa JB, namahalan ako. haha.

I tried Hydraulic by Evans, I would say, save your money, and get a Evans Power Center Reverse Dot or Remo Coated Ambassador or my favorite as of now, Aquarian texture Coated (si Vinci meron nito). These 3 skins are versatile enough, depende sa tuning mo. while yung hydraulics ng iba, one sided masyado, i believe di sya babagay sa ibat ibang music. Tends to choke when tight and dead when loose.

opinion ko lang.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: addbot02 on October 05, 2008, 09:13:07 AM
ano po medyo kaya naman sa budget na
snare pro maganda din.. im planing to buy
new snare kse..  :?  salamat po  :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: kimpoy19 on October 06, 2008, 10:20:19 PM
I tried Hydraulic by Evans, I would say, save your money, and get a Evans Power Center Reverse Dot or Remo Coated Ambassador or my favorite as of now, Aquarian texture Coated (si Vinci meron nito). These 3 skins are versatile enough, depende sa tuning mo. while yung hydraulics ng iba, one sided masyado, i believe di sya babagay sa ibat ibang music. Tends to choke when tight and dead when loose.

opinion ko lang.
but sir, how about Emperor X? which skin is better? dotted or not?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: batangdramista on October 06, 2008, 11:59:32 PM
@ addbot ... kung naghahanap ka ng snare na mejo pasok sa budget pero panalo sa tunog i strongly recommend na bumili ka ng mapex pro  snares!! lahat yan below 9k 3 types of shells, brass, maple at steel! panalo sa tunog pasok pa sa budget! walang pag sisisi.... i got myself a 13x3.5 steel piccolo and it was a REALLY BANG!kahit stock heads pa lang ok na ok na!!! nakuha ko yun below 6k lang!!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: addbot02 on October 07, 2008, 07:11:36 AM
@ addbot ... kung naghahanap ka ng snare na mejo pasok sa budget pero panalo sa tunog i strongly recommend na bumili ka ng mapex pro  snares!! lahat yan below 9k 3 types of shells, brass, maple at steel! panalo sa tunog pasok pa sa budget! walang pag sisisi.... i got myself a 13x3.5 steel piccolo and it was a REALLY BANG!kahit stock heads pa lang ok na ok na!!! nakuha ko yun below 6k lang!!

wow salamat tol huh!  :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jeva on October 07, 2008, 07:59:04 PM
but sir, how about Emperor X? which skin is better? dotted or not?

yung Emperor X mas OK kesa sa Hydraulic, but for me, makapal pa rin. Hindi mo macocompare sa Power center. Kung may dot o wala, siguro sa user na yun. For me, alin man sa dalawa ok na. Im not a guru when it comes to sounds, un lang ang sound na comfortable ako.

As said, Aquarian ako sa ngayon. Next time try ako ng Remo Ambassador Batter at ung CS (dot). Mahal kasi Remo dito compared  sa Evans, mga 15-25 percent ata.

 
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: mr. trigger on November 16, 2008, 08:57:09 PM
(http://www.kamanmusic.com/pics/news/nnGretsch_Vinnie_Snare.jpg)

ok kaya to?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: phfreq on December 02, 2008, 11:53:05 PM
Gusto ko nito!!!! :-)

simple.. elegant.. classy.. .functional.. hay...


(http://www.dunnett.com/images/spiritof-NOLA-advertising.jpg)

(http://www.dunnett.com/images/spiritof-NOLA-advert2.jpg)




The Stanton Moore Drum Company of New Orleans December 1, 2008

For: Stanton Moore Drum Co.
Contact: Chris Cuevas, Spire Management, ch...@spireartists.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Stanton Moore 'Spirit of New Orleans' signature snare drum


New Orleans, LA. - Renowned drummer Stanton Moore is pleased to
announce the release of his long awaited signature Titanium snare
drum.  Stanton is set to unveil the drum at this year's Winter NAMM
show in Anaheim, CA.


"The whole idea started about 6 or 7 seven years ago when I met
drumsmith Ronn Dunnett for the first time and started to become
familiar with his incredible drums." said Moore. "I saw some of his
titanium drums and I was intrigued. He explained the sound
characteristics of titanium and I became very interested in the sonic
possibilities. I asked Ronn if he could make one as a 4x14. His reply
was something along the lines of Ill give it a shot. A few months
later Ronn presented me with the 1st prototype. I immediately fell in
love with the drum its sound, its tone and its feel. As I was
playing to larger rooms with Galactic, I needed a drum that would be
sensitive and buttery enough for the intricate buzz roll work that I
do with some of the New Orleans second line grooves, but would also
cut through a loud funk band when I smacked a back beat. This drum had
what I was looking for. Over the years Ronn and I experimented with
various depths (the drum is now 4 .5" in depth), thickness of the
shell, depth of the snare bed, lugs, strainers, snare wires, rims,
claws and other details, but more than anything we agonized over the
badge. Finally over lunch one day I showed Ronn an image of the New
Orleans water meter cover (not sewer or man-hole, but water meter!).
The New Orleans water meter cover is one of the most beloved and
iconic images in New Orleans culture. We were very excited with the
idea of modifying the meter cover into the badge for my snare and
ultimately I feel like the badge pays homage to the city that my
fellow citizens and I are fighting to protect and rebuild.  Although
Moore is a Gretsch endorser, he received the company's blessing for
his drum as Gretsch has no plans to offer a Titanium snare drum. "My
intentions are to maintain my great working relationship with Gretsch
while making this particular snare drum available to the public so
other drummers can enjoy this drum as much as I have."


The aesthetics of Stanton's drum were inspired by a 20s era snare
drum that was given to him by his friend and mentor Johnny Vidacovich.
Unfortunately that drum was stolen. "It was 4x14 with tube lugs and,
single flange hoops and claws. I always dug the look and feel of that
drum.  In deciding on the look of my drum I kept recalling the drum
that Johnny had given me. I thought it would be cool to incorporate
the metal hoop and claw look of an older drum with the modern titanium
shell. Im always trying to blend the old with the new...to modernize
tradition. Everywhere I play this drum, drummers, engineers, producers
and fans of
music alike approach me and ask me 'what is that drum?' I feel Ronn
and I have created a drum that is special and deserves to be out in
the market. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I have."


The Stanton Moore Spirit of New Orleans Titanium snare drum features a
polished titanium shell, beautifully minted badge in antique pewter
finish, traditional brass tube lugs, Single flange hoops with clips or
regular triple flange hoops, the Dunnett R2 snare throw off system
with keyless snare wire release, Dunnett Hypervent I adjustable air
vent and Puresound Metrix 20 strand snare wires. The drum will be
distributed exclusively through the Bosphorus cymbal company. Price
TBA.


Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: CDodrummer on December 03, 2008, 12:12:47 AM
I would sacrifice my left nut for a Spirit of 2002 snare drum
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Lauch on December 03, 2008, 01:02:23 AM
has anybody seen the snare drum of Urbandub's Jan jan mendoza? Naccurious ako kung anong brand yun eh...
Title: WHICH IS MUCH BETTER? 12x5 PEARL FIRECRACKER or PORK PIE LI'L SQUEALER?
Post by: Riff_6603 on February 24, 2009, 04:17:09 PM
i'm planning on buying a 12x5 snare, experiment lang ako sa mga possibilities of having diff sizes ng snare and how it would sound like. so which is much better? i'm comparing wood snares here...  :-D
Title: Re: WHICH IS MUCH BETTER? 12x5 PEARL FIRECRACKER or PORK PIE LI'L SQUEALER?
Post by: numberfortyone on February 24, 2009, 04:21:39 PM
pearl firecracker = poplar shell

pork pie = maple shell.

 :-)
Title: Re: WHICH IS MUCH BETTER? 12x5 PEARL FIRECRACKER or PORK PIE LI'L SQUEALER?
Post by: mondi99060451 on February 24, 2009, 05:12:13 PM
Mas mura ang Firecracker pero kung breads is not an issue, go for the Pork Pie bro.  Tama si number 41, poplar lang kahoy nun eh... pero nakagamit na ko ng firecracker, the sound from this little snare is more than what I expected from it.  Maraming nag bibitaw ng Li'l Squealer sa States eh, kung baga ung bitaw ng JJ dito, parang ganun ung bitaw Li'l Squealer sa kanila so kung may kamag-anak ka or kilala ka sa States, pabili ka sa mga nagpopost sa eBay or Craigslist
Title: Re: WHICH IS MUCH BETTER? 12x5 PEARL FIRECRACKER or PORK PIE LI'L SQUEALER?
Post by: ren0wn15 on February 24, 2009, 09:45:05 PM
kung value at quality paguusapan, pearl firecracker ako. ganda nung firecracker ni don noh mondi? hehe mismo pagkakagawa. nakakagulat tunog parang hindi poplar. not to mention yung snare tuning technique syempre.
Title: Re: WHICH IS MUCH BETTER? 12x5 PEARL FIRECRACKER or PORK PIE LI'L SQUEALER?
Post by: Riff_6603 on February 25, 2009, 02:18:48 AM
madami ako nakita reviews na maayos sa pork pie, konti lang naman diff ng price nla kaya it's not much of an issue. considering na din ung difference ng kahoy nla (poplar vs. maple), maple is more versatile pero interesting ung comment na parang hindi poplar ung tunog ng firecracker. has anybody done a side by side comparison or a review nung 2? maganda kasi ung option to use it as an auxiliary snare for large gigs or main snare for small jammings kaya kailangan ko malaman ung strengths and weaknesses nla.

i'm considering:

1.) material (poplar vs. maple)
2.) volume
3.) versatility
4.) hardware (in particular ung snare wires, i've heard pies are better...)

Thanks Masters! :-D
 
Title: Re: WHICH IS MUCH BETTER? 12x5 PEARL FIRECRACKER or PORK PIE LI'L SQUEALER?
Post by: mondi99060451 on February 25, 2009, 08:56:18 AM
oo pare, ung tuning ni dondon ang nagdala nung Firecracker niya... hehehe... hindi ka na mabibitin dun as a main snare...

@ TS

bro, eto na lang isipin mo...

Pearl vs Pork Pie

un na lang...

hehehehe...  pero at the end of the day, tenga mo masusunod so kung may makita ka sa youtube na vids, mas oks, kung papa audition sayo ni Sir Vinci ung Lil Squealer niya na for sale, mas maganda!
Title: Re: WHICH IS MUCH BETTER? 12x5 PEARL FIRECRACKER or PORK PIE LI'L SQUEALER?
Post by: brokensticks on February 25, 2009, 12:25:29 PM
i'd go for Pork Pie, syempre i own the same snare in question.
hehehehe. i love it.
maganda ang pagkakagawa ng drums ng Pork Pie bro.
Pearl vs Pork Pie? hmmm i'd still go for Pork Pie.
reasons?
while Pearl maybe an established player i have the tendency and affinity towards new players but produces quality drums.  :-D
that's just me.
Title: Re: WHICH IS MUCH BETTER? 12x5 PEARL FIRECRACKER or PORK PIE LI'L SQUEALER?
Post by: vincher on February 25, 2009, 05:01:48 PM
sa akin basta maganda yung tunog ng snare bakit hindi? maski gawa pa sa lawanit yan, basta ok yung sound and mukhang matibay yung hardware. trip ko yung crack and sensitivity ng porkpie. di ko pa natry yung firecracker

punta ka dito sa shop try mo yung pork pie. tamang tama kakatono ko pa lang sa kanya. kung may madadala kang firecracker mas maganda mag face off sila hehehehe. Thanks mondi for the suggestion!
Title: Re: WHICH IS MUCH BETTER? 12x5 PEARL FIRECRACKER or PORK PIE LI'L SQUEALER?
Post by: mr. trigger on February 25, 2009, 11:11:43 PM
sa akin basta maganda yung tunog ng snare bakit hindi? maski gawa pa sa lawanit yan, basta ok yung sound and mukhang matibay yung hardware. trip ko yung crack and sensitivity ng porkpie. di ko pa natry yung firecracker

punta ka dito sa shop try mo yung pork pie. tamang tama kakatono ko pa lang sa kanya. kung may madadala kang firecracker mas maganda mag face off sila hehehehe. Thanks mondi for the suggestion!
:-D tama si sir vinz :wink:
Title: Re: WHICH IS MUCH BETTER? 12x5 PEARL FIRECRACKER or PORK PIE LI'L SQUEALER?
Post by: mondi99060451 on February 26, 2009, 06:54:28 PM
sa akin basta maganda yung tunog ng snare bakit hindi? maski gawa pa sa lawanit yan, basta ok yung sound and mukhang matibay yung hardware. trip ko yung crack and sensitivity ng porkpie. di ko pa natry yung firecracker

punta ka dito sa shop try mo yung pork pie. tamang tama kakatono ko pa lang sa kanya. kung may madadala kang firecracker mas maganda mag face off sila hehehehe. Thanks mondi for the suggestion!

Pag nag face off ung dalawang snare bro vinci, record or video mo ha...  :-)
Title: Re: WHICH IS MUCH BETTER? 12x5 PEARL FIRECRACKER or PORK PIE LI'L SQUEALER?
Post by: Riff_6603 on February 27, 2009, 01:53:48 AM
un lang, wala ako firecracker para ma-face off kay sir vincher  :-D anyways, wala naman sa tatak ung habol ko. kailangan ko lang ung more defined crack and versatility ng sound.
Title: Re: WHICH IS MUCH BETTER? 12x5 PEARL FIRECRACKER or PORK PIE LI'L SQUEALER?
Post by: vincher on February 28, 2009, 12:03:34 AM
well you can still check out the pork pie here for yourself. set up pa natin sa drumset para maramdaman mo siya in a playing situation. :) just txt me if you want to take me on my offer. 09175234726
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: plitipiw40315 on May 12, 2009, 09:32:05 PM
up for the thread.. :-D

has anybody seen the snare drum of Urbandub's Jan jan mendoza? Naccurious ako kung anong brand yun eh...
SPAUN ata brand nun bro, custom drums parang truth..
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: mondi99060451 on May 13, 2009, 10:57:35 PM
I would sacrifice my left nut for a Spirit of 2002 snare drum

i lost mine last week for a night with Scarlett Johansson lolz...
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: kimpoy19 on May 18, 2009, 12:50:11 PM
guys, sino dito yung naka-gamit ng Yamaha Signature Snare By Dave Weckl?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: edisonmooch on June 15, 2009, 11:25:34 PM
help naman,im planning to buy a popcorn snare,iniisip ko kung what brand:

mapex 10x5.5 steel snare: 4.7k or
pdp 10x6 maple snare:4k

give me your thoughts about this.tnx!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jcberedo on June 15, 2009, 11:30:35 PM
help naman,im planning to buy a popcorn snare,iniisip ko kung what brand:

mapex 10x5.5 steel snare: 4.7k or
pdp 10x6 maple snare:4k

give me your thoughts about this.tnx!


Mine is PDP Chrome over steel snare 10x6. Very nice pop and very focused ang sound. May nagsabi sakin medyo muffled daw ang tunog ng 10x6 na wood snare. Mas may projection daw ang steel. It depends sa genre mo and budget mo.

(http://i357.photobucket.com/albums/oo11/jcberedo/200903082031.jpg)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: edisonmooch on June 15, 2009, 11:58:22 PM
Mine is PDP Chrome over steel snare 10x6. Very nice pop and very focused ang sound. May nagsabi sakin medyo muffled daw ang tunog ng 10x6 na wood snare. Mas may projection daw ang steel. It depends sa genre mo and budget mo.

i prefer sana yung steel pero ang available lang yata sa lyric sa megamall ay yung maple snare,anyway,gusto ko yung hoops kasi ng mapex eh...
pasok naman sa budget yung dalawa,di lang ako maka decide...

Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jcberedo on June 16, 2009, 12:14:11 AM
i prefer sana yung steel pero ang available lang yata sa lyric sa megamall ay yung maple snare,anyway,gusto ko yung hoops kasi ng mapex eh...
pasok naman sa budget yung dalawa,di lang ako maka decide...

Eh di mag MAPEX kna! hehehe!  :lol:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: edisonmooch on June 16, 2009, 10:39:43 AM
Eh di mag MAPEX kna! hehehe!  :lol:

haha!sabi ko nga!salamat!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: kimpoy19 on June 20, 2009, 04:59:47 PM
yung Emperor X mas OK kesa sa Hydraulic, but for me, makapal pa rin. Hindi mo macocompare sa Power center. Kung may dot o wala, siguro sa user na yun. For me, alin man sa dalawa ok na. Im not a guru when it comes to sounds, un lang ang sound na comfortable ako.

As said, Aquarian ako sa ngayon. Next time try ako ng Remo Ambassador Batter at ung CS (dot). Mahal kasi Remo dito compared  sa Evans, mga 15-25 percent ata.

 

Ah, tama rin kayo.
Mag-reresearch pa ako ng mga details about sa skins.  :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Mr.Gitarero on June 20, 2009, 07:49:06 PM
naka kabit sa snare ko ngayon yung emperor x. medyo mahirap itono... pero with the right muffling, super ok. hindi siya masyading applicable sa ibang genre. mostly rock lang. pero durability is definitely an asset.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: mr. trigger on June 21, 2009, 07:42:23 PM
naka kabit sa snare ko ngayon yung emperor x. medyo mahirap itono... pero with the right muffling, super ok. hindi siya masyading applicable sa ibang genre. mostly rock lang. pero durability is definitely an asset.
bro may CS reverse dot ba yung emperor X mo?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: plitipiw40315 on April 13, 2010, 09:57:00 PM
up mga bro. :-D

tanong ko lang plano ko kasi magpagawa ng custom drums, unang naisip ko eh 13 x 6 na 16 stave na snare, kaso ang suggestion ng pagpapagwan ko eh 2 pcs. na shell na lang na i-glue glue together..ok bang yun nalang ang gawin instead of 16 small pieces?

patulong naman mga bro, kung ok yun tuloy tuloy ko ng pagawa buong kit..  :-D

at sa wood na gagamitin pala, i'm choosing between narra, mahogany and acacia daw ang isa pang suggestion..tnx
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: hen8 on April 14, 2010, 01:21:50 PM
nice. dami kong napulot na ideas dito.  :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: plitipiw40315 on April 14, 2010, 03:35:07 PM
up para sa tanong ko.. :lol:

up mga bro. :-D

tanong ko lang plano ko kasi magpagawa ng custom drums, unang naisip ko eh 13 x 6 na 16 stave na snare, kaso ang suggestion ng pagpapagwan ko eh 2 pcs. na shell na lang na i-glue glue together..ok bang yun nalang ang gawin instead of 16 small pieces?

patulong naman mga bro, kung ok yun tuloy tuloy ko ng pagawa buong kit..  :-D

at sa wood na gagamitin pala, i'm choosing between narra, mahogany and acacia daw ang isa pang suggestion..tnx
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Lauch on April 18, 2010, 10:05:02 AM
does anybody have an idea if the 2010 models of the mapex black panther series snares is coming here to manila? Gusto ko kumuha nung machete or blade model eh. hahaha!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: mambo on April 18, 2010, 01:27:04 PM
does anybody have an idea if the 2010 models of the mapex black panther series snares is coming here to manila? Gusto ko kumuha nung machete or blade model eh. hahaha!

contact sir wireme bro.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jmdesign on June 13, 2010, 09:48:24 AM
Sorry if ot ito... ask ko lang advanatages and disadvantages of metal and wood snares. Thanks
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drummerspoundharder on September 15, 2010, 06:02:52 PM
ano pinakamaayos na snare drum for under 5k?hindi piccolo ahh
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: y2jae21 on September 15, 2010, 11:14:17 PM
Pearl Sensitone pare merong dalawa sa classifieds  :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drummerspoundharder on September 16, 2010, 05:21:34 PM
Pearl Sensitone pare merong dalawa sa classifieds  :-D

thanks :-D.nagtatanong lang. :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: chrism_rivera on September 16, 2010, 05:25:52 PM
Mine is PDP Chrome over steel snare 10x6. Very nice pop and very focused ang sound. May nagsabi sakin medyo muffled daw ang tunog ng 10x6 na wood snare. Mas may projection daw ang steel. It depends sa genre mo and budget mo.

(http://i357.photobucket.com/albums/oo11/jcberedo/200903082031.jpg)

magkano score mo sa snare mo sir?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: mr. trigger on September 16, 2010, 06:01:54 PM
ano pinakamaayos na snare drum for under 5k?hindi piccolo ahh

try sonor force 2007  :wink:
Title: Re: mga tol! ano ba difference ng brass sa maple particularly sa picollo??
Post by: infernal.battery on September 17, 2010, 08:11:54 PM
dheniz 2lunagn mo naman ako humanap magandang murang snare... - moon
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: y2jae21 on September 19, 2010, 12:39:16 AM
thanks :-D.nagtatanong lang. :-D

hehe, pero pinakamaganda padin pag tinaasan mo budget mo, mga 10k, mas lalawak at gagagnda choices mo, you get what you pay for  :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drummerspoundharder on September 19, 2010, 09:48:50 PM
hehe, pero pinakamaganda padin pag tinaasan mo budget mo, mga 10k, mas lalawak at gagagnda choices mo, you get what you pay for  :-)

wala po talaga akong pera eh  :-D :-D ung 5k nga, iipunin ko pa.high scool student lang po ako eh.kapag nagkatrabaho na sa college :-D hahahha!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: y2jae21 on September 19, 2010, 11:40:27 PM
wala po talaga akong pera eh  :-D :-D ung 5k nga, iipunin ko pa.high scool student lang po ako eh.kapag nagkatrabaho na sa college :-D hahahha!

ah, kung ganun advice ko nalang sayo second hand bilin mo para makakuha ka ng mas magandang quality sa mas murang presyo.  :-D di ako nagaadvertise ha wala akong binebentang snare drum  :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: kimboy on September 20, 2010, 06:41:39 AM
wala po talaga akong pera eh  :-D :-D ung 5k nga, iipunin ko pa.high scool student lang po ako eh.kapag nagkatrabaho na sa college :-D hahahha!

try the pearl picollo sir..
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: trasher on September 20, 2010, 09:06:44 AM
Tanong ko lang po mga Sir:
"Kapag ang GTX na snare drum na may 6 lugs, nilagyan mo ng Remo Clear Ambassador sa ilalim tsaka ng coated Ambassador sa ibabaw, pwede bang maging Ok na yung sound n'ya?"
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Riff_6603 on September 20, 2010, 04:21:41 PM
Tanong ko lang po mga Sir:
"Kapag ang GTX na snare drum na may 6 lugs, nilagyan mo ng Remo Clear Ambassador sa ilalim tsaka ng coated Ambassador sa ibabaw, pwede bang maging Ok na yung sound n'ya?"

ok naman yan for the meantime, idaan mo lang sa tamang tuning. this might help out! :wink:

Snare Drum Tuning and Head Selection thread
http://talk.philmusic.com/board/index.php/topic,11719.0.html
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drummerspoundharder on September 20, 2010, 07:21:33 PM
pearl chad smith snare ba mahal?parang ang ganda eh.nagising na ako sa katotohanan na hindi ako makakabili ng lars ulrich diamond plated snare drum eh. :-D :-D :-D :-D lol
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: trasher on September 21, 2010, 09:04:30 AM
ok naman yan for the meantime, idaan mo lang sa tamang tuning. this might help out! :wink:

Snare Drum Tuning and Head Selection thread
http://talk.philmusic.com/board/index.php/topic,11719.0.html

Maraming salamat Sir sa link na ito. Napakalaking tulong nito, lalo na sa mga first time drum owners kagaya ko.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: soundvent_ph on September 21, 2010, 11:48:48 AM
JORDISON SNARE  :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: drummerspoundharder on September 21, 2010, 05:41:43 PM
i dunno why, but i dont really like the jordison snare.call me deaf or whatever :-D.its sounds choked.siguro personal preference. :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: iwaheed_drummer on September 22, 2010, 12:52:54 PM
may question din ako mga sir, meron ako snare shell from Lazer 6 lugs 14x6.5 ata ito.. ano maganda skin at mga dapat pa ilagay para maging ok ang tunog? ur help will be so much appriciated... thank you mga sir!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: cheezemonster08 on September 22, 2010, 05:01:04 PM
may question din ako mga sir, meron ako snare shell from Lazer 6 lugs 14x6.5 ata ito.. ano maganda skin at mga dapat pa ilagay para maging ok ang tunog? ur help will be so much appriciated... thank you mga sir!

heads and proper tuning
damay mo na din personal sound preference ok na yan.
 :-)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Riff_6603 on September 23, 2010, 05:44:47 AM
may question din ako mga sir, meron ako snare shell from Lazer 6 lugs 14x6.5 ata ito.. ano maganda skin at mga dapat pa ilagay para maging ok ang tunog? ur help will be so much appriciated... thank you mga sir!

lahat ng makakatulong nandito:

Snare Drum Tuning and Head Selection thread

http://talk.philmusic.com/board/index.php/topic,11719.0.html
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: zachki on October 01, 2010, 12:22:13 AM
ask lng po mga sir,

ano po ba ung piccolo?

ano po ba ung tunog nya pag piccolo?

any demos available para sa tunog ng piccolo snares?

salamat po ng marami
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: daleee on October 01, 2010, 11:52:27 PM
ask lng po mga sir,

ano po ba ung piccolo?

ano po ba ung tunog nya pag piccolo?

any demons available para sa tunog ng piccolo snares?

salamat po ng marami

Type ng snare na usually 3-4" lang ang depth. Tuned very high, usually used as an aux/effects snare. 
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: m1k3y on October 19, 2010, 11:15:38 PM
mga sirs, do you thinks there's a difference in terms of sound, of omar hakim signature (not gold plated) snare than the gold plated one?...or is it just a color option?mybe you can shed some light on me about this. thank you po.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Riff_6603 on October 20, 2010, 05:02:47 AM
mga sirs, do you thinks there's a difference in terms of sound, of omar hakim signature (not gold plated) snare than the gold plated one?...or is it just a color option?mybe you can shed some light on me about this. thank you po.

color option lang yung difference.
Title: Snare Drums, what shell do you prefer?
Post by: musicianurse28 on October 25, 2012, 12:43:37 AM
We all know that drums has various shells. May it be Birch, Maple, Mahogany, Brass, Acrylic to name a few. Drums nowadays has different kinds of woods or steel shells. As for your snare drum, what shell do you prefer?

I have an Acrylic snare 14''x6''. It's my workhorse and I really like the sound it produces. It's so loud that is good for live, outdoor, and big venues situations. My only problem is the indoor settings, I'm having a hard time controlling it's natural sound and volume.

Snare Drum Trivia (Please correct me if I'm wrong. reference is Pearl Drums)
Birch - are known to be bright and drummer's choice in recording
Maple - are the most common. the best of both worlds. bright or warm, it has it.
Mahogany - are known to be warm sounding shells.

What else? I don't know the character of the steel, brass, aluminum, carbon fiber (yes, carbon fiber. pork pie has it), ash, beech, cherry, oak, hickory, zebra wood, and so on (I haven't tried any of these shells yet). Maybe you could help me figure out their uniqueness.. Thanks!
Title: Re: Snare Drums, what shell do you prefer?
Post by: jckazs on October 25, 2012, 01:52:38 AM
Preferred ko brass. Based sa experience brass medyo gitna yung pitch na ringy pero warm yung overtone.
Aluminum parang brass din yung pitch pero dry, minimal yung ring...halos wood na tunog pero me slight metallic ring. Steel - high pitch yung sound at high pitch din yung overtone
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on October 25, 2012, 05:11:02 PM
just use your ears on the sound you want.. :)
minsan masyado na tayong techie at bookworm sa specs pero preferences
ng ear niyo lang yan.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jckazs on October 25, 2012, 07:18:59 PM
syempre pre para alam mo kung ano options meron. basehan lang yan...hindi bibliya 
at drum forum to, mga ganyang bagay talaga pinapagusapan dito.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: otepandrew on November 09, 2012, 03:57:20 PM
sir tanong lang po ang snare ko po ay YAMAHA GIG MAKER ano po ba ang magandang gawin para lumutong ung tunog pero hindi ganon kalakas ung lakas ng echo parang tunog ng snare drum ni vic mercado at ni chad smith
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: musicianurse28 on November 12, 2012, 02:35:11 PM
sir tanong lang po ang snare ko po ay YAMAHA GIG MAKER ano po ba ang magandang gawin para lumutong ung tunog pero hindi ganon kalakas ung lakas ng echo parang tunog ng snare drum ni vic mercado at ni chad smith

Remo Coated Ambassador or Evans G1 Coated on batter head with Medium Tight to Tight tuning.. That will do the trick :) That is according to Vic Mercado himself :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: otepandrew on November 13, 2012, 02:36:28 PM
Remo Coated Ambassador or Evans G1 Coated on batter head with Medium Tight to Tight tuning.. That will do the trick :) That is according to Vic Mercado himself :-D


weee talaga? sige gagawin ko po yan un po ba ung gamit ni vic mercado na drum heads? ako po kasi remo power stroke gamit ko ko di po pala ok un?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: musicianurse28 on November 13, 2012, 06:04:57 PM

weee talaga? sige gagawin ko po yan un po ba ung gamit ni vic mercado na drum heads? ako po kasi remo power stroke gamit ko ko di po pala ok un?

Yes sir yun mismo gamit niya sinabi niya saken nung nakakausap ko siya ilang beses na every after gig nila.. Minsan may moongel minsan wala.. Depende sa trip niya.. Kung talagang gusto mong gayahin tunog ng snare niya tulad ng sa mga recordings nila, medyo impossible yun kung gagamitin mo sa live o sa church niyo dahil na rin sa may mixer at areglo ng sound engineer nila..

Minsan ko na rin pinangarap gayahin tunog ng snare niya kaya ultimo modelo ng snare drum na ginagamit niya ay niregalo ko rin sa sarili ko.. Pero brod sabi ko nga, yung tunog na tinono niya sa snare niya sa recording, depende pa rin yun sa nagagawa ng sound engineer nila, sa pag tono niya mismo, at sa snare na gaamitin niya kada kanta..
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: otepandrew on November 19, 2012, 02:59:39 PM
Yes sir yun mismo gamit niya sinabi niya saken nung nakakausap ko siya ilang beses na every after gig nila.. Minsan may moongel minsan wala.. Depende sa trip niya.. Kung talagang gusto mong gayahin tunog ng snare niya tulad ng sa mga recordings nila, medyo impossible yun kung gagamitin mo sa live o sa church niyo dahil na rin sa may mixer at areglo ng sound engineer nila..

Minsan ko na rin pinangarap gayahin tunog ng snare niya kaya ultimo modelo ng snare drum na ginagamit niya ay niregalo ko rin sa sarili ko.. Pero brod sabi ko nga, yung tunog na tinono niya sa snare niya sa recording, depende pa rin yun sa nagagawa ng sound engineer nila, sa pag tono niya mismo, at sa snare na gaamitin niya kada kanta..

ung tunog ng snare nya sa kantang "truth" ganda ng pagka lutong nun ganong ganon gusto ko talaga kuntento na ako pag ganon n a tunog ng snare drum ko astig naman nakakausap mo sya :)  idol ko talaga un si vic mercado eh sobra sa foreign naman si travis barker or si chad smith
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: uy12umainer on January 29, 2013, 06:09:12 PM
mga sir im planning to buy a snare drum with a budget of 5-9k ano suggest niyo?
gusto ko ng all around snare drum, i play punk, alternative, progressive rock
ok na ba ang tama superstar snare? > 8 lugs, birch, diecast hoops
is it worth it for 8-9k?
suggestions? thanks in advance
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: rye_bill on January 29, 2013, 11:44:18 PM
Kakabili ko lang 2 weeks ago sa music source ng MPX Maple snare drum ayus compare sa ibang branded na snare I think very affordable na almost 5300k lang bili ko ayus naman pinalitan ko lang ng emperor x na head galing dun sa snare ng fernando na kit tapos ginawa kong medium tight lang tuning para medyo fat sounding siya ayus satisfied naman. Highly recommended ko yung MPX snare sa mga medyo tight ang budget.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: uy12umainer on January 30, 2013, 08:42:39 AM
saang branch ka bumili sir? kinokonsider ko din yung mapex mpx snare, medyo ayaw ko lang yung low mass lugs niya at triple flanged hoop compared sa tama superstar snare na bridge lugs at die cast hoops :D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: gss on January 30, 2013, 09:57:17 AM
mga sir im planning to buy a snare drum with a budget of 5-9k ano suggest niyo?
gusto ko ng all around snare drum, i play punk, alternative, progressive rock
ok na ba ang tama superstar snare? > 8 lugs, birch, diecast hoops
is it worth it for 8-9k?
suggestions? thanks in advance

judging from your music preferences, you may want to have a snare drum that will cut through the music and has added punch, in this case a birch snare drum, like a tama superstar, may fit you.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: rye_bill on January 30, 2013, 10:02:10 PM
saang branch ka bumili sir? kinokonsider ko din yung mapex mpx snare, medyo ayaw ko lang yung low mass lugs niya at triple flanged hoop compared sa tama superstar snare na bridge lugs at die cast hoops :D

Sa alimall sir well kung may mas malaki akong budget siguro TAMA pero sa ngayun medyo wala pa e tsaka nag-start pa lang din ako ulit sa pag-d-drums. Next time siguro pag nagkaron ng malaking budget pati kit TAMA na rin hehe
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: uy12umainer on February 07, 2013, 08:46:13 AM
salamat sa lahat ng nagreply nakabili na din ako ng snare sa wakas haha tama superstar yung binili ko kay sir nickmar haha lakas tumunog pero kelangan pa itono :D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: gss on February 07, 2013, 10:57:31 AM
salamat sa lahat ng nagreply nakabili na din ako ng snare sa wakas haha tama superstar yung binili ko kay sir nickmar haha lakas tumunog pero kelangan pa itono :D

Hey congrats sir!  :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: thunder_god on April 03, 2013, 10:23:14 PM
Any specific recommendations to make a snare made out of poplar wood sound warmer? Heads, # of snare wires, tuning(resonant or  batter side), etc....?     :-)

TIA
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on April 04, 2013, 11:30:53 PM
want a warm sound? believe it or not, gamit ka ng may punit na head

may remo ambassador ako na nakakabit sa vintage gretsch snare

i really thought the warmth came from the "vintagey-ness" of the snare until i cleaned it one day and found that a portion of the batter head was ripped off from the metal ring. around 5 inches long. it seems sira na talaga yung head nung bilin ko yung snare and took me 6 months to figure out that it was broken but it sounds really good it doesnt matter anymore.

pinalitan ko brand new head pero nawala yung warmth. yung punit na head pa rin ginagamit ko hangang ngayon mapa gig o recording
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: gss on April 05, 2013, 08:43:15 AM
want a warm sound? believe it or not, gamit ka ng may punit na head

may remo ambassador ako na nakakabit sa vintage gretsch snare

i really thought the warmth came from the "vintagey-ness" of the snare until i cleaned it one day and found that a portion of the batter head was ripped off from the metal ring. around 5 inches long. it seems sira na talaga yung head nung bilin ko yung snare and took me 6 months to figure out that it was broken but it sounds really good it doesnt matter anymore.

pinalitan ko brand new head pero nawala yung warmth. yung punit na head pa rin ginagamit ko hangang ngayon mapa gig o recording

Wow sir peeves what a discovery. Some great things really happen by accident.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: iamkm18 on August 07, 2013, 10:45:17 PM
help naman. nag restore ako ng generic metal snare, painted it and bought new batter head,remo encore coated ambassador and new gibraltar snare wire 20 strands. ano kayang magandang  reso para makuha ung gusto kong tunog na "pak". parang tunog na gamit ni vic mercado. and magkano kaya ang pinaka murang throw off kasi parang masisira narin sya.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on August 19, 2013, 12:01:07 PM
(http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-yuWsYxdB4XY/UhGR34GDcWI/AAAAAAAAARI/M5jo2O629a8/s1600/017.jpg)

talaga bang ganyan ang noveau lugs ng stage custom? pangalawang crack na yun ng lug nila
Title: snare comparisons
Post by: jetskie on October 09, 2013, 10:33:09 AM
Hello everyone,

I am an occasional drummer so I'd like to hear your inputs on the matter:

Offhand, I am for coated skins. I have brass snare and a wood snare. However, what i like like to know is this:
What are the unique differences between 12", 13" and 14" snares?

-feel free to share your experiences and preferences. thanks, god bless...
Title: Re: snare comparisons
Post by: dolfmen on October 09, 2013, 02:38:52 PM
habang lumiliit lalong nagiging higher yung pitch  :)
Title: Re: snare comparisons
Post by: inigo on October 09, 2013, 04:14:35 PM
Habang lumiliit, nagigiing quicker ang sound ng snare snap.

Habang lumiliit, nagiging less sensitive. I can't get the snares of a PDP 10 inch snare to buzz pag mahina ang palo (tunog timbale halos..baka set-up lang?). Pero partida ang ganda nya pag nilalakasan. I don't know about 12 inch though, baka ok lang. 13 inch is still fine.

Habang lumiliit, lumiliit din ang tuning range. In this aspect, parang magandang compromise na ang 14 inch. Ang 13 inch hit-or-miss pa rin sa low tuning.
Title: Re: snare comparisons
Post by: skunkyfunk on October 09, 2013, 04:41:44 PM
Habang lumiliit diameter, nagiging mas mura maintenance ng top head, pero mas mahirap maghanap ng coated skin.
Habang lumiliit diameter, nagiging mas mahirap maghanap ng snare wires.
Habang lumalaki ang depth, lalong mahirap bagayan ng snare stand.
Kapag kahoy ang shell, mas prone na mag-crack kapag bumagsak.
Kapag steel shell, mas prone sa kalawang.

:D
Title: Re: snare comparisons
Post by: gss on October 09, 2013, 05:38:08 PM
Habang lumiliit, lumiliit din ang tuning range. In this aspect, parang magandang compromise na ang 14 inch. Ang 13 inch hit-or-miss pa rin sa low tuning.

To add about the tuning range, mas mataas din ang range ng 13 sa 14, if going for the same high pitch, medyo choked na sa 14 pero kaya pa ng 13, and vice versa naman ngarag na sa 13 pero kaya sa 14 for the same lower pitch...kumbaga magkadugtong ang range ng 13 and 14 with a bit of overlap siguro...don't know the difference between metal and wood as far as material goes kasi parehong wood ako, isang 13 and isang 14...still looking for a nice deal for a metal snare

Habang lumalaki ang depth, lalong mahirap bagayan ng snare stand.
:D

Haha tama sir, nakasagad na sa lowest setting yung height ng snare stand kaso matangkad pa rin ang mounting pag 6/6.5 -in deep snare, parang di pang pinoy/asian ang design ng snare stand...or maliit lang ako :?
Title: Re: snare comparisons
Post by: dolfmen on October 09, 2013, 05:38:19 PM
Habang lumiliit diameter, nagiging mas mura maintenance ng top head, pero mas mahirap maghanap ng coated skin.
Habang lumiliit diameter, nagiging mas mahirap maghanap ng snare wires.
Habang lumalaki ang depth, lalong mahirap bagayan ng snare stand.
Kapag kahoy ang shell, mas prone na mag-crack kapag bumagsak.
Kapag steel shell, mas prone sa kalawang.

:D

sir ganda nung tuning nung firecracker doon sa studio nyo,natry ko last week ata yun :razz:
Title: Re: snare comparisons
Post by: peeves24 on October 09, 2013, 07:18:20 PM

Haha tama sir, nakasagad na sa lowest setting yung height ng snare stand kaso matangkad pa rin ang mounting pag 6/6.5 -in deep snare, parang di pang pinoy/asian ang design ng snare stand...or maliit lang ako :?

tama stage series and gibraltar 5500 series both have low snare stands
Title: Re: snare comparisons
Post by: gss on October 10, 2013, 08:29:27 AM
tama stage series and gibraltar 5500 series both have low snare stands

thanks sir, will consider that...dapat pala di ko binenta tama snare stand ko  <_<
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Updawg on October 25, 2013, 07:59:00 PM
Mga sir, nabasa ko na mahirap maghanap ng 13" heads. Nagustuhan ko po kasi yung tunog ng TAMA S.L.P. G-Maple Snare, eh 7 x 13 po ang dimension niya at gusto ko po sanang mag Remo Coated Ambassador na head.

Saan po ba nakakabili ng 13" heads? Studio rings na rin po.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: bugoy on October 25, 2013, 09:02:35 PM
may nakagamit na ba dito nung Mapex Black Panther Fastback 12x7 as primary snare ?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: gss on October 26, 2013, 08:50:04 AM
Mga sir, nabasa ko na mahirap maghanap ng 13" heads. Nagustuhan ko po kasi yung tunog ng TAMA S.L.P. G-Maple Snare, eh 7 x 13 po ang dimension niya at gusto ko po sanang mag Remo Coated Ambassador na head.

Saan po ba nakakabili ng 13" heads? Studio rings na rin po.

Hindi naman sir afaik, just inquire sa jb kung saan branch available. And that's a nice snare sir...+1
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Updawg on October 26, 2013, 01:10:28 PM
Salamat po Sir gss
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: mlakingcrayola on December 21, 2013, 11:27:11 PM
Mga paps may reviews ba kayo about Black Panther Nomad? Pa-share naman mga paps! Salamat :)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: steadydeady on December 27, 2013, 09:54:03 AM
Kakabili ko lang 2 weeks ago sa music source ng MPX Maple snare drum ayus compare sa ibang branded na snare I think very affordable na almost 5300k lang bili ko ayus naman pinalitan ko lang ng emperor x na head galing dun sa snare ng fernando na kit tapos ginawa kong medium tight lang tuning para medyo fat sounding siya ayus satisfied naman. Highly recommended ko yung MPX snare sa mga medyo tight ang budget.


Nakabili din ako nyan. Satisfied naman ako. Lalo na nakabili ako ng AQUARIAN TRIPLE THREAT na drum head. Lutong ng tunog. Hehe!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: denzana on December 27, 2013, 09:56:32 PM
Mga Sir!What can you say about the Mapex Birch Snare sa Music source? It's on sale for 4k just wondering if its worth a try. I play metal music and currently on a stock sonor 507 snare. Is it a good upgrade or should i save more and buy something much better? so i need some advice and comments about this. Thanks in advance! :)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: uy12umainer on April 30, 2014, 07:39:23 AM
If you can stretch your budget sir go for the black panther series nakaupgrade na din yung hoops niya hehe try niyo rin tama superstar snare nasa 8k ang presyo pero die cast hoops na :) i have a meridian birch snare maganda din naman yung tunog pero kelangan palitan ng hoops :)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on April 30, 2014, 08:25:07 AM
If you can stretch your budget sir go for the black panther series nakaupgrade na din yung hoops niya hehe try niyo rin tama superstar snare nasa 8k ang presyo pero die cast hoops na :) i have a meridian birch snare maganda din naman yung tunog pero kelangan palitan ng hoops :)


Hindi porket DieCast Hoops, better na. this is a fallacy.
Tama though, Black Panther ka nalang bro kasi hindi rin masyado nalalayo yung MPX Birch (Im assuming its an MPX) sa SONOR 507, lalo na kung hindi different ang sizes.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on April 30, 2014, 10:13:10 PM
Yup may binabagayan ang die cast hoops at flange hoops.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: gwaps69 on April 30, 2014, 10:47:59 PM
I use my 5x14 Gretsch Renown Maple pag medyo malaki ang venue, then pag tama lang I'm using 5x13 Omar Hakim, and of course my AUX snare 6x10 PDP snare. For me napaka versatile ng 5x14 na snare not too loud, not too soft and very easy to tune
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on April 30, 2014, 10:54:45 PM
Dami niyo naman snare sir.hehe. :drool:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: gwaps69 on April 30, 2014, 11:30:12 PM
hindi madami yun, kelangan lang my option
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: denzana on May 01, 2014, 02:51:13 AM
Salamat sa mga nagreply!I've decided to get a PORK PIE "BIG BLACK BOB"!hehe budjet nalng.  :mrgreen:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on May 01, 2014, 04:23:58 AM
Salamat sa mga nagreply!I've decided to get a PORK PIE "BIG BLACK BOB"!hehe budjet nalng.  :mrgreen:

Nice! A versatile snare yan! Apir!

hindi madami yun, kelangan lang my option

Oks po sir.nice.. :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: gwaps69 on May 01, 2014, 12:00:00 PM
maganda Pork Pie, malakas na snare siya pang outdoor and malalaking venue panalo siya. The price wow! Ako I'm longing for an Ayotte snare yan ang pangarap ko, nakagamit ako once lang sa 19east
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Updawg on May 16, 2014, 01:33:03 PM
Hello, patulong naman po. Meron po akong S.L.P. G-Maple nahihirapan po akong magtono. Gusto ko po sana yung crisp and dry na may body pero hindi sharp. Posible po ba yon? Pinakaclose po na tono eh yung ganito


While I know that the snare in recorded album tracks are mixed, I just want to know what to do to get close to that sound. Do I make my batter head tighter than the resonant, the other way around? Both loose?

Salamat po
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on May 16, 2014, 11:59:30 PM
It's a boxy snare sound,medium tension on top,on bottoms medium to a bit tight.
It's an open sounding snare so less mufflng.what heads do you use? Get a coated head na 1 ply.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Updawg on May 17, 2014, 02:01:10 PM
It came with a Remo G1 Coated batter head. Now when you say medium, do I still get a fair rebound on it or is it closer to a no-rebound tension?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on May 17, 2014, 06:04:31 PM
Remo? It should be named ambassadors or emperor or diplomat,g1 is for Evans,hehe,
Medyo compromise ang rebound kasi if you tend to loosen the tension.
I want rebound on my snare so it's more a fairly tight settings. Try first medium tension on the snare,
Then feel if it's near your sound,start from there. The more you loosen the tension the response of the rebound would be sacrificed.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Updawg on May 17, 2014, 10:50:08 PM
Ay Evans po pala sorry :D

Yiz yiz salamat po.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on May 17, 2014, 11:28:11 PM
Ay Evans po pala sorry :D

Yiz yiz salamat po.

Oks! And check YouTube!dami tips dun on tuning.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: musicianurse28 on May 17, 2014, 11:34:05 PM
Salamat sa mga nagreply!I've decided to get a PORK PIE "BIG BLACK BOB"!hehe budjet nalng.  :mrgreen:

Maganda itong Pork Pie "Black On Brass"(BOB). Binansagan ngang "Poor man's Black Beauty" yan internationally. Tas palitan mo agad yung triple flange hoops ng S-Hoops. Yun na! Mismo na lalo ang tunog! Pang all-around. I always recommend Evans Genera Dry. Not the Genera HD Dry, but Genera Dry lang. It's a single ply same as Evans G1 and Remo Ambassador. Difference is it has a built in ring muffler with vent holes. Maganda sir. No need for external muffling such as O-Rings na makakaabala pag nagba-brush ka na, no need na rin ng moongels. 
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on May 19, 2014, 09:48:04 AM
Maganda itong Pork Pie "Black On Brass"(BOB). Binansagan ngang "Poor man's Black Beauty" yan internationally. Tas palitan mo agad yung triple flange hoops ng S-Hoops. Yun na! Mismo na lalo ang tunog! Pang all-around. I always recommend Evans Genera Dry. Not the Genera HD Dry, but Genera Dry lang. It's a single ply same as Evans G1 and Remo Ambassador. Difference is it has a built in ring muffler with vent holes. Maganda sir. No need for external muffling such as O-Rings na makakaabala pag nagba-brush ka na, no need na rin ng moongels. 


Black beauty pa rin <3 iba si black beauty hahahaah! magkano ba ang pork pie na BoB? :O
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on May 19, 2014, 12:03:24 PM

Black beauty pa rin <3 iba si black beauty hahahaah! magkano ba ang pork pie na BoB? :O

E wala naman Tayo magagawa dun,kelangan ata natin magbenta ng kidney par makabili black beauty,hehe,pero pangarap ko din yun.
Bob is around 9k-14k based on what I saw.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on May 19, 2014, 12:18:20 PM
E wala naman Tayo magagawa dun,kelangan ata natin magbenta ng kidney par makabili black beauty,hehe,pero pangarap ko din yun.
Bob is around 9k-14k based on what I saw.

nakabili ng mint black beauty yung friend ko for 18K. so, abang abang lang siguro HAHAHA =))
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on May 19, 2014, 01:06:47 PM
nakabili ng mint black beauty yung friend ko for 18K. so, abang abang lang siguro HAHAHA =))
Hehe,antay antay talaga.hehe,pero kuntento nako sa snares ko,di naman ako full time musician na kelangan ng aray ng madami ng snares,hehe. Bitter lang ako,hehe
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: musicianurse28 on May 27, 2014, 10:32:37 PM

Black beauty pa rin <3 iba si black beauty hahahaah! magkano ba ang pork pie na BoB? :O

Mga nasa 14-16k kung special order abroad. Walang dealer ng Pork Pie dito saten eh nakakalungkot. Bukod sa Tama at Gretsch, isa sa paborito ko ang Pork Pie.

E wala naman Tayo magagawa dun,kelangan ata natin magbenta ng kidney par makabili black beauty,hehe,pero pangarap ko din yun.
Bob is around 9k-14k based on what I saw.

Yung mga 14k and below, second hand na. At oo! Mismong Oo talaga! Kailangan magbenta ng Kidney pa bago makakuha ng Black Beauty :-( What makes it so expensive? Pati yung bagong Anniversary Brass Snare ng Pearl ganun din ang presyo halos eh. Pinakita saken ni Junax ng JB Harrison.

nakabili ng mint black beauty yung friend ko for 18K. so, abang abang lang siguro HAHAHA =))

Swerte ng friend mo paps! 8-)

Hehe,antay antay talaga.hehe,pero kuntento nako sa snares ko,di naman ako full time musician na kelangan ng aray ng madami ng snares,hehe. Bitter lang ako,hehe

Agree ako sa hindi naten kailangan ng madame. Pero maganda rin sana atleast 3 or 4 different made of snares para may choices :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: gss on May 28, 2014, 08:34:13 AM
Agree ako sa hindi naten kailangan ng madame. Pero maganda rin sana atleast 3 or 4 different made of snares para may choices :-D

Hmm this is interesting sir...I have 2 snares, isang birch and isang maple, what are the recommended snares to have kung 3 or 4...pwede ba ang let's say 2 wood snares, isang metal, and isang piccolo?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: musicianurse28 on May 28, 2014, 11:06:40 AM
Hmm this is interesting sir...I have 2 snares, isang birch and isang maple, what are the recommended snares to have kung 3 or 4...pwede ba ang let's say 2 wood snares, isang metal, and isang piccolo?

Sir maganda na snares mo. Those are the ''essentials" so to speak. Isang Birch, great for recording purposes. Isang Maple, great for live gig situations. Try to get some Brass shell not just a Steel made shell. One of the greats din yon like the Black Beauty and the Pork Pie Bob. You're on the right track sir. Tama rin yang naiisip mo na kahit isang Piccolo. Not necessarily a 14x3 or 13x3 but atleast 13x7 or 13x5 will do.

Try to observe most drummers who has promising capabilities(here and/or abroad) yet being practical on what is only needed. Yan lang rin mga meron sila, maple, birch, brass, piccolo. Yung ibang marame naman snare na made of different kinds of wood or steel shells, various sizes, at kung ilang snare lugs such as 8lugs or 10lugs are just adding spice in their collection or preferred snare sound which is not bad at all. After all kanya kanyang free will naman yan eh. Kumbaga sa nilutong pagkain, yung iba gusto maalat yung iba naman maanghang o maasim o matamis o matabang o walang lasa.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on May 28, 2014, 11:17:18 AM
Sir maganda na snares mo. Those are the ''essentials" so to speak. Isang Birch, great for recording purposes. Isang Maple, great for live gig situations. Try to get some Brass shell not just a Steel made shell. One of the greats din yon like the Black Beauty and the Pork Pie Bob. You're on the right track sir. Tama rin yang naiisip mo na kahit isang Piccolo. Not necessarily a 14x3 or 13x3 but atleast 13x7 or 13x5 will do.

Try to observe most drummers who has promising capabilities(here and/or abroad) yet being practical on what is only needed. Yan lang rin mga meron sila, maple, birch, brass, piccolo. Yung ibang marame naman snare na made of different kinds of wood or steel shells, various sizes, at kung ilang snare lugs such as 8lugs or 10lugs are just adding spice in their collection or preferred snare sound which is not bad at all. After all kanya kanyang free will naman yan eh. Kumbaga sa nilutong pagkain, yung iba gusto maalat yung iba naman maanghang o maasim o matamis o matabang o walang lasa.


Very well said. I agree with this as well.

Pero ako, not so much sa variety ng wood masyado, pero more on size differences.

I'll get the following snares if I could:

14  X4.5 or 14 x 5.5 Wood Snare (Standard Size)
13 x 4 or 13 x 3 Picollo Snare
13 x 7 or 14 x 6 Wood Snare (para deep!)
10 x 6 Popcorn Snare Steel

Yan. I think solve na ako jan. mas malaki kasi ang difference ng size eh. yung wood kasi, not really very audible. pwera nalang kung steel versus wood. then again, YMMV. 
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on May 28, 2014, 12:53:31 PM
Hmm this is interesting sir...I have 2 snares, isang birch and isang maple, what are the recommended snares to have kung 3 or 4...pwede ba ang let's say 2 wood snares, isang metal, and isang piccolo?

anong music tinutugtog mo? asking for a snare recommendation like that will cost you a lot of money and frustration. kasi lahat kami dito sulsul-tant at mahilig kami magbigay ng unsolicited sulsultation.

snares are a very personal choice, ask yourself, do they (your snares) represent who you are? kasi kahit gano karami naman snare mo, may isa o dalawa ka lang din na palaging babalikan dyan kasi yun yung naririnig mo sa ulo mo at yun yung sa tingin mo e tunog mo.

and then one day, you realize nagbago na yung taste mo at hindi na yung sound na yun ang hanap mo ngayon kaya maghahanap ka na naman ng bago mong representative snare.

this happened to me 5 times already and i have 4 snares from each era. more than 5 snares na ko noon pero binenta ko yung mga weak snares. some are just better than others so i dont need to keep everyone.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on May 28, 2014, 02:01:34 PM
anong music tinutugtog mo? asking for a snare recommendation like that will cost you a lot of money and frustration. kasi lahat kami dito sulsul-tant at mahilig kami magbigay ng unsolicited sulsultation.

snares are a very personal choice, ask yourself, do they (your snares) represent who you are? kasi kahit gano karami naman snare mo, may isa o dalawa ka lang din na palaging babalikan dyan kasi yun yung naririnig mo sa ulo mo at yun yung sa tingin mo e tunog mo.

and then one day, you realize nagbago na yung taste mo at hindi na yung sound na yun ang hanap mo ngayon kaya maghahanap ka na naman ng bago mong representative snare.

this happened to me 5 times already and i have 4 snares from each era. more than 5 snares na ko noon pero binenta ko yung mga weak snares. some are just better than others so i dont need to keep everyone.


Brother Peeves, care for samples of the snares you've owned and sold over the years?

curious lang :)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on May 28, 2014, 02:35:21 PM
favorite to least:
1. 1964 white marine pearl gretsch renown 14x6 plywood
2. pearl free floating 14x3.5 steel
3. pearl sensitone brass 14x5 - my "black beauty" clone because everybody needs a BoB
4. tama starphonic 14x6.5 aluminum - sold to harugrug but i bought it back because i want to sound like steve jordan/john mayer "vultures"
(https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8026/7507845140_7a983bd804_z.jpg)


more than 4 pa pala ko kasi meron ako 2 unused:
custom made keller maple 14x5 - still with me, disassembled. this is my first diy snare ever
(https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2092/2391571449_d243c99433.jpg)

custom made 8x4 acrylic snare - still with me, cant remember where it is
(https://farm1.staticflickr.com/99/313591060_cda3482a06.jpg)


these were sold:
dw collectors natural finish 14x5 - just didnt sound right. its an expensive display/status symbol.
(https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5321/6947628750_6b005667ae.jpg)

joey jordison sig, sounded fat. uso dati. not my cup of tea. 2 days lang sa kin kasi may nagtanong kung ibebenta ko, binenta ko agad.

pearl marc quinones sig - too much overtone, magandang gamitin sa ati atihan.

tama bronze 14x7 - bought from ebay, its too much metal for me. malakas, masakit sa dibdib at sa tenga.

pearl firecracker 12x5 - nice pero bitin. basta may kulang e.

custom made maple steambent 14x6 - i needed cash back then. im sorry, i want you back
(https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5083/5326417785_eb77045462.jpg)

custom made 13x5 acrylic - sounds like a steel snare. i was building a lot of acrylics back then so i didnt bother to take a pic - this lasted just 1 day when i realized acrylics are not for me.

custom made 12x5 aluminum - cute, kaya lang nabenta kasama nung jungle kit ko
(https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2574/4162069318_8ca6f83d06.jpg)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on May 28, 2014, 03:27:30 PM


Sige... gaganda lang ng snares mo bro!

Ako, I really regret letting go of my Black Panther Walnut 13x6 snare :| discontinued na... sigh...

Quwation, does the starphonic snare really sound like Steve jordan's Vulture snare? (i.e. Really deep and tom-ish) i always thought Wood Snare yun hahaha
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on May 28, 2014, 03:45:33 PM
malapit na malapit. yung depth nya kasi at yung natural dryness ng aluminum makes it ideal. pang low tuning lang talaga sa kin tong starphonic, my gretsch does everything else better  :-D

i still want a supraphonic someday. malamang kapag nakabili ko nun, mawala na ng tuluyan tong starphonic

supra ni inigo, i tuned it low
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on May 28, 2014, 04:12:08 PM


kailangan nating mageb AHAHAHAHAHA i need to test snarez =)) if you guys will let me =))
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on May 28, 2014, 08:03:54 PM
Ohemgeeeee! Hehe, kaya pala binalikan ni peeves yung starphonic! Hehe! Pero I'm ok with my snares,I don't want to let go of the starphonic pero it's not my sound,I'm down to 3 snares.
Masterworks,Joey sig and Paolo vivas custom snare,hehe

Masterworks is my new baby,hehe. :cute:
Joey is my high pitched snare
And the custom snare is my gigging snare.
The last snare is black beauty,nagaabang lang ko,heheeeee
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: gss on May 29, 2014, 08:48:15 AM
Sir maganda na snares mo. Those are the ''essentials" so to speak. Isang Birch, great for recording purposes. Isang Maple, great for live gig situations. Try to get some Brass shell not just a Steel made shell. One of the greats din yon like the Black Beauty and the Pork Pie Bob. You're on the right track sir. Tama rin yang naiisip mo na kahit isang Piccolo. Not necessarily a 14x3 or 13x3 but atleast 13x7 or 13x5 will do.

anong music tinutugtog mo? asking for a snare recommendation like that will cost you a lot of money and frustration. kasi lahat kami dito sulsul-tant at mahilig kami magbigay ng unsolicited sulsultation.

snares are a very personal choice, ask yourself, do they (your snares) represent who you are? kasi kahit gano karami naman snare mo, may isa o dalawa ka lang din na palaging babalikan dyan kasi yun yung naririnig mo sa ulo mo at yun yung sa tingin mo e tunog mo.

and then one day, you realize nagbago na yung taste mo at hindi na yung sound na yun ang hanap mo ngayon kaya maghahanap ka na naman ng bago mong representative snare.

this happened to me 5 times already and i have 4 snares from each era. more than 5 snares na ko noon pero binenta ko yung mga weak snares. some are just better than others so i dont need to keep everyone.

thanks sirs for the info...i got stuck at 2 snares (BTW tama stock superstar snare and classic maple SLP), matagal nakong tumitingin tingin at nag iisip ng pangatlo pero di ako makadecide, I wanted it to be a wise acquisition next to the SLP, but I'm leaning towards a metal snare...sir musicianurse your advice about brass is noted, any particular reason why?...if that's the case stewart copeland custom...almost snatched one at Lee HK kaso nagdalawang isip ako  :drool: or ludwig supra kaso malabo makakita ng 60-70's era... aaarrghh :drool:

sir peeves is right, the snare is a personal choice, parang more than cymbals pa nga...sir peeves you can make an autobiography by just using all of those snares of yours haha :-D

I try to play anything that interests me pero most of them are pop-rock/alternative/indie.

(http://picturehosting.com/images/gerrysam/snareslp3.jpg)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on May 29, 2014, 10:15:44 AM


Metal snare? BRASS na yan! :D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on May 29, 2014, 01:37:47 PM
Nice snare! Hehe,for me go for magnesium snare! Haha,joke,
Check clips from you tube for snares,and look for the sound that you want from your
Idols,check the recording gear they have.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: gss on June 04, 2014, 06:27:27 PM

Metal snare? BRASS na yan! :D

Nice snare! Hehe,for me go for magnesium snare! Haha,joke,
Check clips from you tube for snares,and look for the sound that you want from your
Idols,check the recording gear they have.

Noted sir ralph...sir harugrugrug ako ba 'to? if yes hehe thanks...and magnesium sounds expensive
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on June 04, 2014, 06:58:29 PM
Joke lang magnesium snare! Libre naman mangarap, hehe.
Pero para sayo yan msg,hehe.malay mo may makita Ka na japan surplus at nag walk in Ka lang,hehe
At May naligaw na magnesium snare,haha
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: whapak19 on June 05, 2014, 10:49:55 PM
Mga master, currently meron akong brass snare at masaya ako sa bigat ng tunog niya. Pero gusto ko sana magexplore ng ibang sound na babagay sa funky beats at electronic rock. Yung medyo malutong na may saktong overtone sana. Ano sa tingin niyo? Kahit hindi specific I'll consider all of your inputs and I'll be happy dahil madami akong natututunan sa pagbabasa dito.  :cute:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on June 05, 2014, 11:26:55 PM
What do you mean bro? Gamit ang brass snare mo e magagaya ba niya yung tunog na gusto mo?
Overtones e madali lang,super tight top tapos tight din na Hindi naman super lupit ang ilalim,iiyak ang mga overtones,mo,hehe.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: musicianurse28 on June 05, 2014, 11:44:11 PM
Mga master, currently meron akong brass snare at masaya ako sa bigat ng tunog niya. Pero gusto ko sana magexplore ng ibang sound na babagay sa funky beats at electronic rock. Yung medyo malutong na may saktong overtone sana. Ano sa tingin niyo? Kahit hindi specific I'll consider all of your inputs and I'll be happy dahil madami akong natututunan sa pagbabasa dito.  :cute:

Tama si harugrugrug, tighten the batter head of the snare. Use Remo Ambassador or Evans G1. Tighten it in a sense na alam mong may lutong na siya, but not to the point na mapupunit na siya in contrary to the bearing edge. You can use Evans Genera Dry as well. Bottom head naman use Evans Hazy 300, tighten it as well. Ingat lang. Manipis talaga ito. Baka mapunit bigla ang bagong bili. Then snare wires, saktong pihit lang. Baka ma-choke ang tunog. Good luck!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: whapak19 on June 05, 2014, 11:47:07 PM
Hindi bro, gusto ko magexplore ng ibang material ng snare yung hinahanap ko. Ibang flavor kumbaga. Hehe
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on June 05, 2014, 11:49:53 PM
Ahh,you have a brass snare,mejo mellow siya ng Bakal like aluminum,hehe,Kung gusto mo steel snare yun yung punong puno ng overtones,for wood type,maple and birch pagpipilian mo na most common.
Mas mellow naman sila,the shorter the snare,I mean the piccolo type,dry ang sound niya,short yung sustain,pag mas malalim,mas may dating yung snare mo,mas May presence.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: musicianurse28 on June 05, 2014, 11:51:40 PM
Hindi bro, gusto ko magexplore ng ibang material ng snare yung hinahanap ko. Ibang flavor kumbaga. Hehe

Okay gets, nalito ako sa pinost mong una. Hehe

Anyway, search funky drummers such as ?uestlove, Omar Hakim, Zoro, to name a few. Try to figure out what snares they are using in recording or live situations. Malaking tulong rin yan. Search ka rin mga funk bands, then kilalanin mo drummers nila. Try to know more about the drummer, pati sa gears nila. That's one basic way to explore and learn. Being resourceful. Good luck!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: whapak19 on June 05, 2014, 11:59:51 PM
Ahh,you have a brass snare,mejo mellow siya ng Bakal like aluminum,hehe,Kung gusto mo steel snare yun yung punong puno ng overtones,for wood type,maple and birch pagpipilian mo na most common.
Mas mellow naman sila,the shorter the snare,I mean the piccolo type,dry ang sound niya,short yung sustain,pag mas malalim,mas may dating yung snare mo,mas May presence.

Salamat sir. I'll try wooden snares. Anong advantages ng maple vs. birch sir or vice versa?  :?

Okay gets, nalito ako sa pinost mong una. Hehe

Anyway, search funky drummers such as ?uestlove, Omar Hakim, Zoro, to name a few. Try to figure out what snares they are using in recording or live situations. Malaking tulong rin yan. Search ka rin mga funk bands, then kilalanin mo drummers nila. Try to know more about the drummer, pati sa gears nila. That's one basic way to explore and learn. Being resourceful. Good luck!

Thank you po! Will do!  :mrgreen:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on June 06, 2014, 08:04:26 AM
Maple is warm as mas versatile,birch has more highs at mas direct ang sound,pero you have to listen to them to appreciate them,both are ok naman talaga. :-D parang nike at Adidas lang yan,hehe
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jviado on October 29, 2014, 11:36:50 AM

Sige... gaganda lang ng snares mo bro!

Ako, I really regret letting go of my Black Panther Walnut 13x6 snare :| discontinued na... sigh...

Quwation, does the starphonic snare really sound like Steve jordan's Vulture snare? (i.e. Really deep and tom-ish) i always thought Wood Snare yun hahaha

Grabe! Pangarap ko yang 13x6 na Walnut Premium Series ng BP hanggang ngayon. Kaso nga discontinued na. Same rin ng BPs ko discontinued na. Sana ibalik nila yung lumang BP. Mas type ko lang talaga logo saka finishes kumpara sa BPs ngayon. Hahahaha!!

Gusto ko dati lahat ng snare ko BP Premium Series. Pero ngayon naprapraning ako sa Tama SLP G-Bubinga!! Hahaha!! Any SLP G-Bubinga users here?

Nakatry na ko 14x5.5 na Starclassic Bubinga stock heads. Pero curious parin ako sa 14x6 SLP. Hihihi
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on October 29, 2014, 11:44:00 AM
Grabe! Pangarap ko yang 13x6 na Walnut Premium Series ng BP hanggang ngayon. Kaso nga discontinued na. Same rin ng BPs ko discontinued na. Sana ibalik nila yung lumang BP. Mas type ko lang talaga logo saka finishes kumpara sa BPs ngayon. Hahahaha!!

Gusto ko dati lahat ng snare ko BP Premium Series. Pero ngayon naprapraning ako sa Tama SLP G-Bubinga!! Hahaha!! Any SLP G-Bubinga users here?

Nakatry na ko 14x5.5 na Starclassic Bubinga stock heads. Pero curious parin ako sa 14x6 SLP. Hihihi


trudat. mas angas talaga yung mga dati. [apple] sayang talaga yung 13x6 na yun. miss na miss ko na yung depth :(
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: ron12222 on November 23, 2014, 01:15:08 AM
sir legit po ba to? plannign to buy kasi.. JJ snare po na mejo madumi.. thanks sa sasagot po!

http://s1262.photobucket.com/user/rontahong/media/1501261_1491328344482840_472195816381173588_o.jpg.html?filters[user]=125484118&filters[recent]=1&sort=1&o=2
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on November 24, 2014, 10:54:57 AM
sir legit po ba to? plannign to buy kasi.. JJ snare po na mejo madumi.. thanks sa sasagot po!

http://s1262.photobucket.com/user/rontahong/media/1501261_1491328344482840_472195816381173588_o.jpg.html?filters[user]=125484118&filters[recent]=1&sort=1&o=2


error yung link paps!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on November 24, 2014, 02:45:31 PM

error yung link paps!

Error din nga dun sa isa niyang post e.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on November 24, 2014, 02:51:00 PM
(http://i1294.photobucket.com/albums/b605/harugrugrug/b9cc8106fb55a1c6b8ed49f643503c04_zpsf6c593c8.jpg)

Share ko Lang po yung snare na talagang blessing.
Hindi ko po expected na magkakaron ng ganito lalo na ngayong time
Na wala talaga akong budget.
1968 Rogers Dynasonic chrome on brass snare po. ^-^
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on November 24, 2014, 02:55:41 PM
(http://i1294.photobucket.com/albums/b605/harugrugrug/b9cc8106fb55a1c6b8ed49f643503c04_zpsf6c593c8.jpg)

Share ko Lang po yung snare na talagang blessing.
Hindi ko po expected na magkakaron ng ganito lalo na ngayong time
Na wala talaga akong budget.
1968 Rogers Dynasonic chrome on brass snare po. ^-^



Damnnnnn. tapos ang boksing! black beauty nalang paps kumpleto ka na =))
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on November 24, 2014, 07:56:20 PM


Damnnnnn. tapos ang boksing! black beauty nalang paps kumpleto ka na =))

Tsaka na yun,hehe tabi na Lang pera in the future pag may nagbitaw ng black beauty,hehe
Pero solve nako sa snare,Di ako sanay sa snare feel niya,parang ang luwag pero hindi naman
Super sensitive Lang talaga,hehe.#ayokonamagGAS
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: bdacebedo on November 25, 2014, 08:31:32 AM
Mga masters, plano ko kasi bumili ng snare drum, pero wala ako idea kung anong brand o specs (size, metal or wood, batter and reso heads na gagamitin) ang pipiliin ko para ma achieve yung sound na gusto ko.

Eto yung sample ng sound na gusto ko sa snare.. 
spfreload=10
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on November 25, 2014, 11:23:08 AM
Mga masters, plano ko kasi bumili ng snare drum, pero wala ako idea kung anong brand o specs (size, metal or wood, batter and reso heads na gagamitin) ang pipiliin ko para ma achieve yung sound na gusto ko.

Eto yung sample ng sound na gusto ko sa snare.. 
spfreload=10

If you want that sound e get the pearl free floating snare na brass 14x3.5 ata yun yung size
Basta yung smallest depth.😄 Medium tension.😄
Budget wise magkano ba?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on November 25, 2014, 12:01:55 PM
If you want that sound e get the pearl free floating snare na brass 14x3.5 ata yun yung size
Basta yung smallest depth. Medium tension.
Budget wise magkano ba?


not needed naman ang free floater. pwede naman sa regular piccolo.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: bdacebedo on November 25, 2014, 12:14:08 PM
If you want that sound e get the pearl free floating snare na brass 14x3.5 ata yun yung size
Basta yung smallest depth.😄 Medium tension.😄
Budget wise magkano ba?

salamat po sa info sir... ang budget nasa 17k to 25k, sagad up to 30k kung papalarin at pag-papalain (sana). Ilang question pa po, about Pearl free floating brass snare compared to Ludwig Supraphonic, Black Beauty or Black Magic (no idea about price range ng Ludwig).  which one ang pasok sa budget at ano mas madali i-tune sa ganung tunog, alin dun ang mai-recommend nyo?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: gss on November 25, 2014, 12:31:53 PM
salamat po sa info sir... ang budget nasa 17k to 25k, sagad up to 30k

Hwaw what a budget! kainggit...pwede pa ngang 2 snares mabili mo with that kind of budget
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: bdacebedo on November 25, 2014, 01:04:40 PM
Hwaw what a budget! kainggit...pwede pa ngang 2 snares mabili mo with that kind of budget

wala kasi talaga ako gaanong idea sa price range eh, halos lahat na ata ng drum gear ko kung hindi pamana eh regalo lang kasi di nman ako metikoloso sa gears, pero ngayon meron na talaga akong nagustuhang tunog, kaya sabi sa akin ng pinagmanahan ko ng gears maghanda ng budget na ganun kung gusto ko talaga ng maayos at magandang tunog.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on November 25, 2014, 01:54:13 PM
wala kasi talaga ako gaanong idea sa price range eh, halos lahat na ata ng drum gear ko kung hindi pamana eh regalo lang kasi di nman ako metikoloso sa gears, pero ngayon meron na talaga akong nagustuhang tunog, kaya sabi sa akin ng pinagmanahan ko ng gears maghanda ng budget na ganun kung gusto ko talaga ng maayos at magandang tunog.

Sorry naman Ralph Naging OC Lang ako kasi sa sound ni jeff porcaro,hehe kaya straight to the point sagot ko
Haha.
Wow Mismo budget mo,kun Di naman masyado nagiisip sa budget madami dyan black Panther sa TMS,
Get Ka ng pearl or ludwig sa jb,or sa lyric may mga steal din na snare dun.research,for me an all around
Snare is black magic ng ludwig,pahirapan ang supra dito,hehe unless special order Ka sa ibang bansa.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on November 25, 2014, 01:56:55 PM
Get the starphonic here in classifieds,it's a good all rounder snare. :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: bdacebedo on November 25, 2014, 02:25:37 PM
Sorry naman Ralph Naging OC Lang ako kasi sa sound ni jeff porcaro,hehe kaya straight to the point sagot ko
Haha.
Wow Mismo budget mo,kun Di naman masyado nagiisip sa budget madami dyan black Panther sa TMS,
Get Ka ng pearl or ludwig sa jb,or sa lyric may mga steal din na snare dun.research,for me an all around
Snare is black magic ng ludwig,pahirapan ang supra dito,hehe unless special order Ka sa ibang bansa.

I'll check those brands sir, salamat ulit.  May nakapag sabi nga din sa akin na ok ang ludwig supraphonic and black magic.  Pwede po ba actual sound testing ng snares sa store ng Lyric at JB?

Get the starphonic here in classifieds,it's a good all rounder snare. :-D

Check ko rin ito sir,   :| pero.. parang may nabasa ako dito sa PM na lumuluwag daw ang screw sa likod ng lugs ng snare na ito eh..
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on November 25, 2014, 02:26:57 PM
inang budgey yan. ANG TAAS! go for the good ones na!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: bdacebedo on November 25, 2014, 02:37:11 PM
inang budgey yan. ANG TAAS! go for the good ones na!

 :-o  buti naman nasabi nyo yan sir, wala talaga ako idea kung magkano eh, tiwala kasi ako sa nagsabi saken ng ganun budget for that nice sounding snare.. kung ma-achieve ko ganung tunog for a lower price and good quality may pambili pa pala ako ng ibang drum items.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on November 26, 2014, 01:40:34 AM
if mejo good guys ang nakausap mo sa store e they might let you test,kung hindi just
check you tube for sound sample,dont just check one,check many as you can. :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: bdacebedo on November 26, 2014, 11:06:07 AM
if mejo good guys ang nakausap mo sa store e they might let you test,kung hindi just
check you tube for sound sample,dont just check one,check many as you can. :-D

Visited some stores yesterday, wala nga pumayag na i-test  :cry: kung may pumayag sana tanungin ko na rin sana kung pwede i-adjust yung tuning  :-D.

Ngayon eto nalang muna..
videos?spfreload=10 (hirap maghanap)
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on November 26, 2014, 11:12:22 AM
Alam mo technique? Sorry it would be rude,binilangan mo pera sa harap nila.
Typical sales na tamad or nangjujustify ng customer,they don't know na kelangan
Itesting ang product.kungmmay friends Ka na may gears na gusto mo ask them.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: bdacebedo on November 26, 2014, 11:32:31 AM
Alam mo technique? Sorry it would be rude,binilangan mo pera sa harap nila.
Typical sales na tamad or nangjujustify ng customer,they don't know na kelangan
Itesting ang product.kungmmay friends Ka na may gears na gusto mo ask them.

 :lol: napansin ko nga sa mga sales rep nila dun, parang ang gusto "take it or leave it".  walang testing testing!

OT: GAS, di talaga ako makatulog mula pa nung isang gabi dahil sa lintik na snare sound na yan :-P

Dibale.. mahahanap ko rin yun. Salamat sa mga advice nyo mga sir.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: zwischenzug on November 26, 2014, 12:59:17 PM
^sarap naman ng problema mo sir.  :-D
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on November 26, 2014, 03:05:49 PM
(http://i1294.photobucket.com/albums/b605/harugrugrug/b9cc8106fb55a1c6b8ed49f643503c04_zpsf6c593c8.jpg)

Share ko Lang po yung snare na talagang blessing.
Hindi ko po expected na magkakaron ng ganito lalo na ngayong time
Na wala talaga akong budget.
1968 Rogers Dynasonic chrome on brass snare po. ^-^

benta na yan  :drool:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on November 26, 2014, 11:02:22 PM
benta na yan  :drool:


Hahaha! May supra Ka namannnnn.hehehe.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Gep on December 10, 2014, 09:28:19 AM
Dream metal snare drum! Saan mo nakuha 'yan?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on December 10, 2014, 08:30:48 PM
Dream metal snare drum! Saan mo nakuha 'yan?

Sa fb sir,nakapost Lang,ni like ko walang price e,nagtanung ako how much.hehe nung pagkapost
Nung price after a few days nakita ko kagad,hehe,binili ko. :cry:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: LUDWIG_LOUISE on December 10, 2014, 11:42:16 PM
Sa fb sir,nakapost Lang,ni like ko walang price e,nagtanung ako how much.hehe nung pagkapost
Nung price after a few days nakita ko kagad,hehe,binili ko. :cry:

Ganda naman.... mukhang jackpot ka na naman sir harugzz
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: nikogulo on November 12, 2015, 11:38:42 PM
Any opinions on the DW Performance Series snare? Ano comparison sa Tama SLP snare? 
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on November 13, 2015, 10:19:53 AM
Any opinions on the DW Performance Series snare? Ano comparison sa Tama SLP snare?

I prefer the DW as always. however, they are pricier.

TAMA SLP kasi for me, mejo steady lang naman. ala black panther siya IMHO.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: nikogulo on November 13, 2015, 10:51:50 AM
I've been reading kasi mixed reviews on the DW Performance Series. I'm a bit torn, if I should get something else. Of course price is also a factor but if Kaya naman and sulit why not..
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on November 13, 2015, 11:08:37 AM
I've been reading kasi mixed reviews on the DW Performance Series. I'm a bit torn, if I should get something else. Of course price is also a factor but if Kaya naman and sulit why not..

lahat naman mixed reviews bro. iba iba rin kasi hanap ng tao. like me, i really like Black panther snares, pero i don't really like SLPs. pero may iba naman, baliktad hahaha. best to listen and listen to demos and find what sound you are looking for siguro. sa material nalang nagkakatalo usually.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on November 14, 2015, 07:15:08 AM
I've been reading kasi mixed reviews on the DW Performance Series. I'm a bit torn, if I should get something else. Of course price is also a factor but if Kaya naman and sulit why not..

yung dw performance hindi consistent tunog. gusto nya palagi malakas hataw mo para lumabas yung tunog na maganda, pag mahina iba yung tunog nya.

actually ganun din mga dw collectors kaya binenta ko na yung akin.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on November 16, 2015, 01:14:23 PM
yung dw performance hindi consistent tunog. gusto nya palagi malakas hataw mo para lumabas yung tunog na maganda, pag mahina iba yung tunog nya.

actually ganun din mga dw collectors kaya binenta ko na yung akin.

kaya siguro type na type ko yung DW dahil malakas nga ako pumalo hahahaha!
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on December 02, 2015, 09:33:03 AM
dalawang bago sa kin

14x6 petra stave drum. walnut

14x5.5 pearl custom classic maple. steambent to and this is for sale.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: nikogulo on December 05, 2015, 01:25:12 PM
Hi,

Who has a bronze snare? How do I take out the patina marks? And how do you tune yours?
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on December 07, 2015, 08:51:09 AM
take out patina by sanding or using metal polish. assuming walang clear coat yung shell
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on December 07, 2015, 10:09:23 PM
dalawang bago sa kin

14x6 petra stave drum. walnut

14x5.5 pearl custom classic maple. steambent to and this is for sale.

ganda ng steambent haha pero same reasons as you im hoarding stuff as well
pero trip ko lalo ung hybrid crash mo hehe
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: peeves24 on December 08, 2015, 07:45:49 AM
who's hoarding?  :-o

di naman pre nagkataon lang. matagal kasi bago nagawa yung petra kaya nagpang-abot sila. meron pa nga ako isang snare na padating since last december ko pa binili.

nagbebenta naman ako ng di ginagamit kaya lang ewan ko ba ngayon, napakahirap magbenta ng gamit. parang wala ng pera mga tao  :oops:
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: harugrugrug on December 08, 2015, 09:04:46 AM
who's hoarding?  :-o

di naman pre nagkataon lang. matagal kasi bago nagawa yung petra kaya nagpang-abot sila. meron pa nga ako isang snare na padating since last december ko pa binili.

nagbebenta naman ako ng di ginagamit kaya lang ewan ko ba ngayon, napakahirap magbenta ng gamit. parang wala ng pera mga tao  :oops:
^-^
hahaha! hindi ba hoarding? haha sorry for my term
hehe. oo nga mahirap magbenta ng gamit. samin mga ilang araw bago magpasko ang bonus kasi mahal kami ng boss namin.
ayaw ipaubos ang pera samin haha
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: NATSBRATS on December 08, 2015, 01:08:58 PM
who's hoarding?  :-o

di naman pre nagkataon lang. matagal kasi bago nagawa yung petra kaya nagpang-abot sila. meron pa nga ako isang snare na padating since last december ko pa binili.

nagbebenta naman ako ng di ginagamit kaya lang ewan ko ba ngayon, napakahirap magbenta ng gamit. parang wala ng pera mga tao  :oops:

Oo. Lalo na gamit sa drums. Konti na nga mga drummer dito ang hirap magdispose ng gamit. Saka konti rin nagbebenta wala masyado mga premium items. Di tulad noon daming pagpipilian.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Ralph_Petrucci on December 08, 2015, 01:13:48 PM
who's hoarding?  :-o

di naman pre nagkataon lang. matagal kasi bago nagawa yung petra kaya nagpang-abot sila. meron pa nga ako isang snare na padating since last december ko pa binili.

nagbebenta naman ako ng di ginagamit kaya lang ewan ko ba ngayon, napakahirap magbenta ng gamit. parang wala ng pera mga tao  :oops:


hirap na nga magbenta lalo na ng drum item. dami na kasing cheaper alterntive eh. :( dati ambilis pag nakipagbuy and sell ka ng cymbals or snare. ngayon kukulangutin ka kakahintay ng sure buyer. :( dami na kasing installment plan eh.
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: arwingn on May 05, 2016, 10:22:22 PM
may custom snare shell walnut ply and solid brass lugs hand crafted
 
https://youtu.be/NSB9Kx4q-RQ (https://youtu.be/NSB9Kx4q-RQ)

visit my page for more wood selection.
https://www.facebook.com/www.drumlugs/
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: jeva on June 14, 2016, 07:09:14 PM
kaya lang ewan ko ba ngayon, napakahirap magbenta ng gamit. parang wala ng pera mga tao  :oops:

Hindi lang dyan sir, dito din, hirap magbenta. may mga nakikita ako na more that a year ng nakapost. pakunswelo na yun. :-(
Title: Re: all about SNARE DRUMS thread
Post by: Drummeroo on November 07, 2016, 12:38:29 PM
dalawang bago sa kin

14x6 petra stave drum. walnut

14x5.5 pearl custom classic maple. steambent to and this is for sale.
Napakasarap pakinggan ng dalawang babies. :lol: