Open Box (Mint) Remo Crimplock Symmetry Skyndeep D1 Conga Drum Head
(Calfskin Graphic 11 in.)
Individual Drum Heads
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A durable, vibrant-sounding head in calfskin design symmetrically made to fit many brands.
Remo Skyndeep graphic conga drum heads are made by embedding ink into the drumhead material for the organic look of calfskin. The integrity of the drum head is maintained for warm, crisp, vibrant tones. Crimplock Symmetry adds flexibility into the drum head's size, meaning Crimplock Symmetry drumheads can fit more conga drum models from the various drum manufacturers in the industry.
With Remo's advanced drum head technologies and input from the best percussionists in the world, they have improved the sound and feel of replacement drum heads. Remo synthetic drum heads provide easy tunability, durability, and playability-giving the world's top drummers the tools they need to play their music.
- Skyndeep ink infusion
- "Calfskin" graphic
- M4 Type
- 11.06" crown
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- Easy On The Hands
- Good Quality
- Improves Sound
- Limited Overtone
- Looks great
- Warm Tome
- Tricky Fit
- All Around Playing
Comments about Remo Crimplock Symmetry Skyndeep D1 Conga Drum Head:
I bought a set of these to replace my existing Fiberskyn heads which were damaged in transport between gigs. I figured I'd keep everything alike and put 'em on my bongos too. I was very pleased with the sound. While Skyndeep heads do not sound exactly like natural skin heads, the do have a nice warm tone, and much less overtone/ring than the Fiberskyns, which I hade to tape, mood gel, and muffle to get a nice natural sound. The skyndeeps sound great right out of the package, with no modification whatsoever.
Downside? Well, the Quinto head, based on the size chart from Remo, was a bit snug. It almost didnt fit into the comfort curve hoop on my LP drum, but with some careful tuning and a bit of finesse, the fit was made, and the head settled in just fine.