Dynasonic snare rail with wires replacement part

bfulton

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I followed a rabbit hole that wandered to Dynasonic snares. Cool!
Then wandered to replacement snare rail parts.
Leading to the question, would these work on any ol’ snare? It looks like it should, I think.
It’d require a little hacksaw surgery to the snare-side, I’d guess.
Think it would work?

If so, would there be an improvement in snare response and overall sound?

(too little sleep + too much caffeine....)
 

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Yes, it would certainly work on "any 'ol snare", but the big question is why? I'm not sure I'd use them on snare drums with medium to deep snare beds. They were designed for the Dynasonic with no snare bed. If I really wanted to experiment, I might try them on snare drums with shallow and wide beds, like the Ludwig USA-made Supraphonics and Acrolites. I would also use a snare-side hoop with dropped gates to protect the snare frame. Bottom line? Experiment to your hearts content...and let us know the outcome!

-Mark
 

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So, it could be done. The big question is, as always, why?
;)
And I’m thinking about it for an Acro refurb.
When I happen to find a bunch of loose change in the couch cushions, maybe give it a shot.
Thanks!
 

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You can buy original or newer reproductions for around $50-$60...which includes all the needed parts. The sound of the Dyna is pretty dry....much dryer than a supra. I'm ok with it on my Dyna....but one drum is enough.
 


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