Dunnett 6.5 x 14 2N Modeling Aluminum Snare -No longer for sale.

Ludwig1

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Moving some gear and this is the first of the listings. Comes with case and has never been out of my drum room at home.

$650 shipped.

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How does a "modeling" aluminum snare sound different than a regular aluminum snare? I am not being snarky, I honestly am ignorant on this drum.
 

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I have no earthly idea...and there's a good chance I have the title of the snare wrong. I do know this snare sounds fantastic though!
 

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Here you go...although I'm not sure this helps.

A Love Letter to the LM402 Supraphonic
If Ronn Dunnett's center-beaded Classic Model 2N Modelling Aluminum snare drum looks familiar, it's no coincidence. Ronn challenged himself to re-create and even improve upon the qualities he admired most in his Ludwig LM402 Supraphonic — the same snare used in studios across the globe. It all starts with Ronn's handcrafted, pit-resistant aluminum shell, whose vibrant voice rewards every stroke with a throaty bark and a dynamite crack. This snare looks as great as it sounds, and natural oxidation gives it a one-of-a-kind patina that can easily be polished out if you prefer the mirror finish. A set of 2.3mm double-flanged George Way Drum Co. hoops — resurrected by Ronn himself — reveals a timeless tone and a satisfying rimshot when you dig in. You also get Ronn's R4 throw off and butt plate for fast head changes, deep hand-cut snare beds for uncompromising sustain, and a set of great-looking retro tube lugs.
 

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It has a rolled round bearing edge on the batter side, and a sharp non rolled bearing edge on the reso side. Why he called it "modelling", I do not know.
 

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