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Ally Snare

Post  T on Mon Dec 14, 2009 8:46 pm

Hey all,
Just thought i should let u know i gave into G.A.S again the other day...
the product of which is a 14x5 Pearl Sensitone Elite Aluminium Snare.

loving the wet ring, then put a business card on it and get a deeper sounding drum thats great for surfside church, and maybe some low down dirty soul!!!!

Cheers, will post photos soon.
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Re: Ally Snare

Post  Mark [Admin] on Thu Dec 24, 2009 6:49 pm

Aluminum snares sound awesome many people hunt out the old ludwig acrolite snare drums
for that exact reason. Enjoy and merry xmas! santa
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Re: Ally Snare

Post  T on Thu Jan 07, 2010 4:09 am

yeah its mean,
cranked it the other day and all the drummers went WHOA!!!
but the guitarists covered their ears... sensitive souls
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Re: Ally Snare

Post  Johnw85 on Fri May 28, 2010 1:12 am

i scored a Pearl Tico Torres Snare when i got my last kit. it's become my number one gigging AND practice snare. clean, punchy, with a gorgeous pop too.

recommend the aluminium if you can get one.

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