RhythmTech RT7000 Active Snare System

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Innovative alternative to the "snappy snare."

The RhythmTech RT7000 Active Snare System uses an anodized aluminum carrier to pre-tension the wires. With less pressure aoolied against the bottom drum head the active snare system contributes to greatly heightened sensitivity, resonance, and volume. The RhythmTech RT7000 retrofits to any standard 13" or 14" piccolo snare with a single-sided throw off.

Features
  • Anodized aluminum carrier
  • Pre-tensioned wires
  • Heightened sensitivity
  • More resonance and volume

Put it in the cart to get a sound you never thought possible from your snare.

 
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RhythmTechRT7000 Active Snare System
 
4.2

(based on 5 reviews)

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4.0

It works

By Ottis Toole

from cottonwood,az.

Comments about RhythmTech RT7000 Active Snare System:

This product is based on the old Rogers Dynasonic snare bridge.The effect is the same,the wires are pre-tensioned inside the carrier before they ever contact the head.With the pressure of the snare wires against the head greatly reduced,your snare will be much more fuller and responsive,with more depth.

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(76 of 135 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

strong, sensitive

By wade

from Birmingham, AL USA

Comments about RhythmTech RT7000 Active Snare System:

I've had this on my 13" Pearl custom brass piccolo for over a year. I must say, it differs quite a bit from any ordinary snare. (Incredible punch) A piccolo already cuts through music, but something of this nature just adds to it. It gives my snare a cut, no other snare strand could. It also adds a great deal of sensitivity to the drum, and I agree with the other reviewer at the top, this is not for sloppy players, because virtually ANYONE will hear your mistakes when you have this on. I've even heard someone refer to it as the "concert snare PROJECTOR". If you want a touchy, loud, crack out of your snare, look no further. The sound is GREAT.

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(84 of 137 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Nice sound, but mine broke.

By Neil Taylor

from South Bend IN

Comments about RhythmTech RT7000 Active Snare System:

I like the sound you get with these. You get well tensioned strings and only need to keep them gently touching the snare side. On the down side they're expensive if they're not long lasting and mine broke after a few months.I'm buying a new set, but if this one doesn't last; well they're good - but not THAT good.

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(154 of 225 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

very nice

By jacob wilson

from South Hampton Roads, Va USA

Comments about RhythmTech RT7000 Active Snare System:

This is a very nice product. I would recommend it to any one who wants the sound of their snare drum to improve.

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(87 of 159 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

good! I like it.

Comments about RhythmTech RT7000 Active Snare System:

Did you always want to own a Rogers Dyna-Sonic snare drum? Well, I did. Try to buy one now, even on E bay and it is just too expensive and you don't know what you are getting. Nothing is quite like the dyna sonic, but this is the same idea. TRY the active snare system on your drum. Now this is NOT for you guys who don't know what a good drum should sound like. It will help you get a bit of a more orchestral sound. You will have to PLAY BETTER TO USE THIS PRODUCT. A little more articulation. This will show up poor drumming technique. If you need new snares, try this out. Unless of course you have about 800 bucks to get a nice custom made black swamp snare or CLEVELANDER drum with multiple snare set ups. You might try the old ROGERS technique of loosening the tension rods nearest the snares with this system. You might get even more sensitive response. If you want to be a sloppy drummer, this is not for you!

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