- Aug 4, 2011
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Huh? In my experience these are precisely the snares that combine the cut and tone specifically well, and sound full even with loud bands.Sound great unaccompanied but those tasty tones have a habit of disappearing when the band starts . In the studio, OK . or on a video like the one we just saw .
That is exactly their forte, not weakness. Don't know what drums you have tried but my Gretsch bell brass or DW Edge for instance are THE drums that I would choose if I want the drum to have lot of tone at higher volumes too. You can hear it REALLY well through the band, but not so that it would be too piercing like some thin shelled snares at loud volumes.
Surprised to hear your experience, since I have exactly the opposite kinds.