Have all other snare drums sounded bad since these snares have been invented? None have sounded terrific until Masshoff snares were introduced?Could anyone tell me if the extra money you pay for "Masshoff Snare Wires" make any real difference to how the the Snare Drum Sounds?.
This was the question?Who is saying that? Why are you implying that's what they're saying?
Did you like the adjustable wires? Or just the regular?Sorry to continue straying from the topic, but Fat Cat makes excellent wires. I checked out more than 40 types of wires for a Drum! Article years ago. The two brands that I stuck with after the whole piece were Canopus and Fat Cat.
I think we heard your point already, thank you.
Fancy non-essentials raise the price. Maybe they'll supply 'white gloves' to install them with? They are decent snares with a look you'll never be seeing when playing the music. If someone swapped out a pair of regular snares without you knowing it, you'd be thinking these are doing a great job.
Those weren't my favorite. Their standard 20-strand sets (with whatever clip shape best fit the beds) really stood out. Simple, great wires.Did you like the adjustable wires? Or just the regular?
A wire change can definitely affect a drum's response. Not necessarily "better", but different for sure. Preference is powerful. If someone's preference is fancy wires in a wooden box, more power to them.It appeared that it was being glossed over and not seen by some.