Pearl  |  SKU: SN1420D

Pearl SN1420D Ultra Sound Snare Wires 14" 20-strand, D-Type

$29.99

Specs

  • Brand: Pearl
  • Series: Parts & Accessories
  • Hardware type: Snare Wires
  • Hardware type: Snare Wires

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Description

Get the Sound And Response You Desire with Ultra Sound Wires from Pearl

Pearl’s Ultra-Sound snares feature patented Graduated Tension wires for extended dynamic range from ultra soft to ultra loud. Ultra-thin, low mass end plates assure ultra quick response. The end plates feature three mounting options: tunnels or holes for cord mounting and slots for straps. 14", 20-strand. Straps and string are included.

What is the difference between C, I, and D series?

  • The C shaped snares have looser wires in the center fro outstanding tracking and are ideal for rock music and metal snare drums.
  • The D shaped snares have tighter tension in the center for superb sensitivity and are ideal for classical music and wood snares.
  • The I shaped snares have traditional even-tensioned wires with the benefits of non-plated rust proof snares.

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Pearl SN1420D Ultra Sound Snare Wires 14" 20-strand, D-Type
Pearl

Pearl SN1420D Ultra Sound Snare Wires 14" 20-strand, D-Type

$29.99

Get the Sound And Response You Desire with Ultra Sound Wires from Pearl

Pearl’s Ultra-Sound snares feature patented Graduated Tension wires for extended dynamic range from ultra soft to ultra loud. Ultra-thin, low mass end plates assure ultra quick response. The end plates feature three mounting options: tunnels or holes for cord mounting and slots for straps. 14", 20-strand. Straps and string are included.

What is the difference between C, I, and D series?

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