Puresound Custom Pro Series Steel Snare Wires  

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A quick, crisp response and wealth of user-friendly features add up to a truly remarkable set of snare wires.

These Custom Pro Series Brass Snare Wires are the ultimate in ease-of-use. They're designed with anti-choke end plates that significantly reduce annoying snare buzz and also allow the player to crank up their snare tension for a tight response without choking the drum. The Speed Release straps allow the player to disengage the snare wires without releasing the straps from the strainer or butt clamps, enabling quick and easy head or wire changes. The steel coil models produce a quick and crisp snare response.

Features
  • Anti-choke end plates
  • Reduced snare buzz
  • Crank up their snare tension for a tight response without choking the drum
  • Speed Release straps allow player to disengage the snare wires without releasing the straps from the strainer or butt clamps
 
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Didn't work properly for me!

By collectivesole

from Rocklin, CA

Comments about Puresound Custom Pro Series Steel Snare Wires:

The Puresound snare wires are great and the whole Speed Release idea is awesome... But when I tightened the snares to my desired tension, the Speed Release straps would stretch and the pins that hold the straps to the snare wires becomes dislodged and/or crooked. I tried and tried to make it work for me, but finally gave up and went back to the plastic strips. Maybe a different type of pin or clasp would make an even connection between the straps and the wires.

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