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DW Super Solid Snare drum.
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devoted2gretsch



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There's a drummer in town (a good player) that's got a custom drum made out of a solid, hollowed out piece of wood.

Member since at least October 2005!
kazzman


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I *really* want this snare drum. I ended up pricing one out at the shop I work in and it would be around $750 (ballpark figures of course). Worth every penny though? You bet!
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atimke



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Does your shop have one? Which shell thickness? Have you played it? Can you give us a report?
Al in Illinois - Member since February 4, 2007.

I just love to beat on stuff with sticks!

Pearl Kits:
Reference: Crystal Rain (10,12,13,14,16,22)
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Menalaus




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"I'd be interested to compare one of these DW snare drums to a comparable sized single-ply snare (or stave or segment, for that matter) that is simply made from a denser kind of wood to begin with."

very good point
Hello :-)
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atimke



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I wonder if the DW processed woods are more dense than any naturally dense wood.
Al in Illinois - Member since February 4, 2007.

I just love to beat on stuff with sticks!

Pearl Kits:
Reference: Crystal Rain (10,12,13,14,16,22)
Masters MCX: Chestnut Fade (10,12,13,14,16,22)
Vision VBX: Orange Zest (10,12,13,14,16,18,22)
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drummer5359



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Kazzman, hello. (Kazzman is a friend of Gunny-p aka Dennis and works in a GC outside of Pittsburgh.)

Jump over to the introduction page and tell us about yourself when you get a chance.

I met Kazzman yesterday when I stopped to buy a head.
-Mike - Member since January 6, 2007

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