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  1. Registered User

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    Default Shell Interior Coatings

    What are the differences, sonically, of fiberglass vs. carbon fiber on the interior of the shell?

  2. Pearl Corporation USA

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    Fiberglass:
    is a nonporous strong fiber material that was used in the 70's and 80's. It thin but super strong material that projected with brilliant high notes and deep low notes.

    Carbon Fiber:
    The Carbon Fiber Masterworks is a 6-ply Maple shell 5.4mm with an inner and outer ply of Carbon Fiber. These are great drums for volume and projection - most Carbon Fiber kits have a lot of highs and attack because of the Maple inner core these drums have added warmth coupled with all the good characteristics of Carbon Fiber!


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    Thank you for the information. Fiberglass it is!

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