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Gretsch Snare Drum USA Bell Brass
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Gretsch Snare Drum USA Bell Brass

  • 'Bell Brass'
  • 3 mm bell bronze shell
  • Roundover bearing edge
  • Die case hoops
  • 42 strand snare wire
  • Lightning throw-off
  • Snap-in Key Holder
  • Remo heads
  • Made in U.S.A.
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Some of the most recorded snare drums in music history come from the Gretsch USA series.

Instruments like the 14 "x5" Chrome Over Brass - a true legend!

The range of Gretsch USA snare drums, manufactured in Ridgeland/South Carolina, includes a sensational selection of signature models by such great artists as Vinnie Colaiuta, Keith Carlock or Gergo Borlai, who have immortalised their own personal dream sound here.

Equally impressive is the extensive range of wood and metal snares, which lfulfill every wish in terms of materials, processing methods, sizes and finishes.

Unmistakable features, such as the tuning stable cast hoops, the Lightning or Micro Sensitive pickup and the beautiful, timeless design are almost a matter of course with Gretsch.

But in the end it is clear: above all, the unmistakable sound and the sensitive response make the Gretsch USA snare drums a must-have in every recording session, even today.

It's simply... That Great Gretsch Sound!

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GRETSCH DRUMS are legendary and innovative at the same time; GRETSCH is responsible for numerous developments that have played and continue to play a significant role in the construction of modern drumsets.

The top American brand offers the right drum set for every target group: beginner or professional, jazz or rock, live or studio, modern or traditional.

The company's 135-year history began in 1883 in the Brooklyn borough of New York. From here on, GRETSCH advanced to become a pioneer in the development and manufacture of percussion instruments until the 1950s and 1960s. And even today, the hype around "That Great Gretsch Sound" is unbroken, which is clearly reflected in the diversity of users on the world's stages.

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