7×14″ Bubinga & Maple Stave Snare

We combined two very popular woods made for their great drum tone to create a unique and powerful snare drum. With our vast array of solid woods to choose for your stave shells, we can mix or combine any choice as each wood type has a different tone, projection and attack. Bubinga is sonically a darker and deeper sound than maple which is already warm with plenty of tone and tuning range. This shell with alternating staves is a very deep sounding and well rounded snare drum with a bit more darker attack and lower tone. Finished in our natural satin oil topcoat paired with our unique satin chrome hardware, including full length tube lugs, 2.3mm triple flanged hoops, a Trick multi step throwoff, Puresound snare wires and Remo drumheads. This was the second CT drum built for GRADY SAXMAN, a very busy drummer in Nashville, TX.



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Posted on June 12, 2010, in Snares, Stave / Segment Series, Unique Builds and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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