12" snare or 10" snare

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Mitchell?
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Post Fri Aug 01, 2008 10:04 am

AmnestysLowEnd wrote:oh MF is selling the Black Panther Maple/cherry 10 inch side snare for $99.


I saw that add, but when I looked it up on MF's website it wasn't there.

I think they sold 'em out.
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Post Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:10 am

zen_drummer wrote:Maybe so..
But an experienced opinion is no substitute for playing an instrument first hand.


of course. I'm gonna try to go to big musicstroe here in lausanne.... I just want a little 10 for effects, I sopke with the guy who will buy that snare and he recommended me a 10 by 6. I'ts gonna have some crack.

I have not a lot of place in my practice room so a 10" could be better.....
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Post Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:36 pm

i own an acrylic pdp 10x6, nice snare, lots of pop and makes a great auxillery instrument with the snares on, but, theres no cross stick action on a head this small :(
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Post Thu Sep 04, 2008 10:24 am

I tried a bunch of small snares first hand last weekend. all the 10" ones were neat but really only gave a tiny pop. I picked up a 12x6 Pork Pie lil squealer. it had that high pop too but more depth and fullness to the sound. It sounds great as a side snare, but could also stand on it's own as a main snare.