Evans G Plus Coated DrumheadProduct #680010 Evans 680010 DEBB Individual Drum Heads https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Single-ply projection with increased durability for hard hitters.
The Evans G Plus Coated Drumhead uses an exclusive 12mil film made especially for Evans. The G Plus drumhead delivers the open and warm tone of a single-ply head while its added thickness provides increased durability, attack, and projection for hard hitting drummers. On snare drums, it produces a definitive "crack" while maintaining an ambient sound. The G Plus drumhead's coating adds additional warmth, focus, and depth. Single-ply, open and warm tone with ample resonance, increased durability, enhanced body & projection.
- Single-ply exclusive 12 mil film
- Open and warm tone with ample resonance
- Increased durability over normal single-ply heads
- Enhanced body and projection
- Fatter attack on toms, crisp attack on snare
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Comments about Evans G Plus Coated Drumhead:
Got a whole set of these G Plus coated heads, 4 toms and snare. My comments are from the perspective of having maple drums with 30-degree bearing edges, previously with clear 1-ply batters and thin clear resonants to kill sustain and volume (veteran of 43 yrs. playing at home). I think these feel and respond like a 2-ply coated and have that degree of focus. However the warmth is like a 1-ply coated. The combination makes them almost too muffled and too lacking in stick response for my taste. If I had been blind-folded and someone told me a 1-ply coated was on the snare, I would have believed it...sound and feel. I prefer my EC with dot. I like these a lot and like the look. I've got a sneaky feeling they might be perfect with 10mil resonant heads whenever I get around to trying it. In moderate to high volume live performance, may demand miking.