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    Sonor Gavin Harrison Protean Special edition.

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    Sleishman 14x7" padauk stave snare with block hoops.

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    What do you think about the Gavin Harrison snare? Worth the price tag?
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    Quote Originally Posted by griffinclaw11 View Post
    What do you think about the Gavin Harrison snare? Worth the price tag?
    I prefer the S Classix to be honest. But my S Classix has hella die cast hoops, which I think makes all the difference. As for the price? Typical Sonor, expensive but it comes with a hard case, extra wires and a lovely box to keep them in. It is a fine drum. What it is worth is a personal thing. I bought it.
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    Since showing this Sonor pancake snare drum from the 1960's, I have had it fully refurbished. So figured it deserved a better display. The drum sounds great. Fatter than one may expect. And oh so sensitive. For those unfamiliar with these little drums, they are made from European beech.

    Also, all my equipment is being moved permanently into a studio soon. I will finally get to complete this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Massive Pearl kit View Post
    Since showing this Sonor pancake snare drum from the 1960's, I have had it fully refurbished. So figured it deserved a better display. The drum sounds great. Fatter than one may expect. And oh so sensitive. For those unfamiliar with these little drums, they are made from European beech. Also, all my equipment is being moved permanently into a studio soon. I will finally get to complete this thread.
    The pics look like they are distorted because that snare is sooooo thin. Pancake for sure. I bet it IS very sensitive. What's the circumference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by therocker View Post
    The pics look like they are distorted because that snare is sooooo thin. Pancake for sure. I bet it IS very sensitive. What's the circumference?
    14x2 1/2".

    Made in 1961.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Massive Pearl kit View Post
    14x2 1/2". Made in 1961.
    That's awesome! I have never seen any drum quite like it!

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    Yeah they are very idiosyncratic drums.
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    Very nice collection! You like Sonor obviously, and I like Slingerland myself, especially the super old ones like yours. I have only one Slingerland, and it's a 15" marching snare. I have Gretsch, Ludwig, Pork Pie, Tama, Rogers, and other snares. Rock ON bro!

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