Oriollo Snares

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Hey! I'm in Buffalo too..The Inde is a great drum..I have the 6 1/2...it's my go to snare for 100+ gigs a year. To my ears it's like a Supra but with more tone and not as much crack.
 

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Good score on the INDe. I think you’re going to like it.
 

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I'm all in on Inde. Honestly, I don't think I can find more value in a drum. Sound and build for the price to me is second to none. I think you'll be more then happy with the snare.

-Steve
 

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But I gotta say this is a killer deal, too:


I saw this as well. I had a chance to meet Josh and talk in length at the drum show, I really liked how his other snares sounded and I like what he’s trying to do so I thought I’d give them a try. Plus I like the anodized finish.
 

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I have three Oriollos... a Phantom 65, a Mangana 65, and a Bellmaker 65... all with hardware to my specs. Vukan is very flexible, and quite an artisan.

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My Oriollo Mangana (manganese steel) has the warmth, and tons of crack too. I love it and rarely play anything else.
 


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