Maybe it's the horrible welded seam that would get a welder fired anywhere else.Let me see if I can ask this question better. First off, I get that this snare sound isn't everyone's cuppa tea. But - What is it about this snare that gets "that sound" ?
By "that sound" (it's hard for me to describe) but that fat, dry, tone that just sounds perfect to my ears?
The 6.5x14 raw brass shell?
The single flange hoops?
The A&F snare beds?
The lugs are nothing fancy, so I'm guessing they don't contribute to the sound much. Can't be the throw-off - Right?
Anyone seen prices on the Great Lakes snares?
He has nothing to explain. What you stated was subjective, an opinion, nothing more. Stop trying to act like what you said has a definitive answer, and he doesn't know the secret handshake to get in.Nope, I don't have one and I probably won't either, but I'm not gonna waste my time explaining something thats - from your comments - 100% always going to be over your head.
that would be nice, seeing as every time an A&F thread comes up people say you can get that sound for 1/2 the price.
Wait, are you suggesting what Rob played, and the snare sound, can't be reproduced? If so, whatever you're on, I'll have half lol.
Nossir, I'm not saying that at all.Wait, are you suggesting what Rob played, and the snare sound, can't be reproduced? If so, whatever you're on, I'll have half lol.
Additionally, Youtube has countless videos of playing/snares, help yourself. I'm not here to hold your hand through the obvious.
"a bunch"...so, roughly 0.113% of available drumming/snare videos on Youtube.Nossir, I'm not saying that at all.
But I've watched a bunch of similar snare videos and I've yet to hear it. If you or anyone else has heard it from another snare, please direct me.