Gretsch Drums New Classic Wood Snare Drum Deep Cherry Gloss 5.5X14 Inches

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Remodel of a classic design.

The New Classic Wood Snare Drum is part of Gretsch's New Classic Series, designed with vintage looks and new modern features, the first completely new design set for Gretsch drums in more than 50 years.

Accented with vintage styled tube lugs, and proportionate American maple blended drum shells, this series is a true new classic for drummers.

A side-throw strainer with dual fine adjustment on the throw and butt side allow infinite adjustment of the snares.

  • Vintage styled tube lugs
  • American maple blended drum shells

Modern innovation meets time-tested tradition in the Gretsch New Classic Wood Snare! Order today and rediscover that great Gretsch sound.

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Incredibly versatile snare

By James A. Harrelson

from Osage City, KS

Comments about Gretsch Drums New Classic Wood Snare Drum:

Most people would look at this snare only if they were looking to match the New Classic kit. They would really be missing a great drum choice! This is an incredibly versatile drum. You can crank it up and get a piercing rim shot (those die-cast rims are there for a reason). Or, you can set it low and get that great fat-back sound. Rim clicks are solid with a magnificent clave' sound. The mechanics are reliable: the action on the throw off is simple and smooth, plus you can adjust the snare tension from both sides--not all that common even on drums in this price range. Sensitive enough for jazz, powerful enough for rock--it reminds you why Gretsch is still revered.

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