GMS Freddie Holliday Signature Snare Drum

(Cobalt Blue 5.5X14)  Sku #581108000004508

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A perfect compromise between wood and steel.

The GMS Freddie Holliday Signature Snare Drum features an eye-catching 14" x 5" candy apple cobalt blue aluminum shell, with gold-finish die-cast hoops. It also features ten gold-finish Special Edition series snare lugs, the renowned GMS machined snare throw off, ultra-precise stainless steel tension rods, machined stainless steel receivers and Freddie Holliday's signature badge.

After countless world tours and studio sessions with renowned R&B/pop singing group Boyz II Men and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legends, the O'Jays, to name a few, it's easy to see why Freddie Holliday knows a few things about getting a great sound. This is what led the GMS development team to collaborate with Freddie to create the Freddie Holliday Signature Snare Drum.

This snare's aluminum drum shell produces a sound that is warmer and more full-bodied than steel, yet it produces all the projection, volume, and crack you can handle, making it the perfect compromise between wood and steel. GMS brings their excellent craftsmanship to this very special drum that will be enjoyed by all drummers seeking that true R&B sound.

Features Configuration
  • Snare Size: 14" x 5"
  • Total Pieces: 1
  • Extras
  • Case or Bag: Not Applicable
  • Stand: Not Applicable
  • Shells
  • Shell Material: Aluminum
  • Shell Construction: Rolled
  • Shell Thickness (mm): Info Not Available
  • Bearing Edge: Info Not Available
  • Reinforcement Ring: No
  • Hardware
  • Hardware Material: Gold-plated
  • Hoop Type: Die-cast
  • Lugs: Bridge
  • Throw-Off: Tap-Style
  • Internal muffler: No
  • Snares: Steel
  • Other
  • Heads: Factory
  • Finish Type: Gloss
  • Country of Origin: United States
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