Remo Black Max Crimped Marching Snare Drum Head  

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Striking ebony version of Remo's best-selling marching heads.

Combining an extremely durable Technora Aramid Fiber weave with a reinforced counterhoop featuring Remo's DuraLock technology, this is one of the most popular marching heads in the world.


A distinctive marching snare head.

 
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RemoBlack Max Crimped Marching Snare Drum Head
 
5.0

(based on 11 reviews)

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5.0

WHY PIGEON-HOLE THIS HEAD??

By fool4drums

from Tyler, TX

Comments about Remo Black Max Crimped Marching Snare Drum Head:

Why is it I never see this head reviewed when used NOT for drumline/marching, but for drumset application? I have one installed on my Pearl 5.5 X 14 wood-shell snare drum, playing jazz and rock with great success! The only drawback is that the smooth head just doesn't cut the mustard for brush use. Still, I love the crisp but darkish sound...great stick response and articulation too. Personally, I am not a big fan of the "modern" drumline snare sound. I used to love the miliary style and sound where you could actually hear the richness of wooden drums with real snare response. Nowdays you might as well play on the bottom of a 5-gallon bucket of paint. Too pingy, too articulate, too annoying. Whoops, I got too far off the subject...just do yourself a favor if you play something other than drumline; try a Black Max and discover a great new sound.

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(6 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great, but short-lived

By A Snare Captain

from San Diego, CA

Comments about Remo Black Max Crimped Marching Snare Drum Head:

These heads (along with the Whitemaxes) are unquestionably the best sounding heads out there. The only downside is that they don't last that long. They have a tendency to stretch to the point where the head no longer sounds that good, and will eventually rip under heavy strain. So when you aren't using this head, de-tune it to allow it to last longer, because it sounds really crisp when it's at the proper tension.

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(17 of 33 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Drumhead

By Nick McClintock

from Newark, Ohio

Comments about Remo Black Max Crimped Marching Snare Drum Head:

This drumhead works well for my line. The only problems with the heads are that it is hard to tune them, and if you mess up you really stand out. But other than that, these Heads are great. I recommend a coated FaLam 2 head on the bottom. This head is long lasting, and I've only had to change twice in one season. So if you are into marching and tight tuning, then this is the head for you.

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(17 of 35 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

yeah

By SouthernBoy

from Baton Rouge by way of the STL

Comments about Remo Black Max Crimped Marching Snare Drum Head:

This head is perfect. I recommend this head on the batter side with a coated falam on the snare side. This is the setup I have on my pearl.

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(46 of 92 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome head

By Dan-bFJYZ

from texas, usa

Comments about Remo Black Max Crimped Marching Snare Drum Head:

I used to not like black drum heads because I was always told that they were hard to keep tuned, but a friend of mine talked me into getting one for my MST. I have grown to love this head and find that it's not that hard to keep tuned if you just keep it in good shape. I've had mine on for almost a year now and am just now replacing it for the first time, so it's definitely good quality.

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(49 of 86 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

They look and work good!

By Shaun--OSou

from Artesia, CA USA

Comments about Remo Black Max Crimped Marching Snare Drum Head:

I used them last year on my Yamaha sfz snare for my school drumline. They were durable and they looked really cool too.

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(47 of 79 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

AWESOME

By Drummer6FL

from Flordia

Comments about Remo Black Max Crimped Marching Snare Drum Head:

This head has an awesome sound. It's crisp! I've never broken one yet. If you're going to get a new head, get a black max!

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(41 of 75 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

One of the top heads out for marching snare

By Chris-OlocH

from Cleveland OH

Comments about Remo Black Max Crimped Marching Snare Drum Head:

This head along with the White Max provides great snare response at low end. Great for low tuning or high tuning. Provides a much softer feel than the outdated Falam, just have to know how to tune it right.

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(30 of 60 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great drumhead

By Chris-OlocH

from Cleveland OH

Comments about Remo Black Max Crimped Marching Snare Drum Head:

A great head for any marching activity. Warm, dark sound, darker than the White Max and a little less articulate, best feel yet, much better than Falams (too old, too hard). Recommend this head with a clear marching ambassador snare side. Has a wide tuning range and a great design which has changed since the head first came out.

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(48 of 96 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Marching Snare Head

By Premier

from Indiana

Comments about Remo Black Max Crimped Marching Snare Drum Head:

This drum head works well with pretty much any marching snare drum! Easy to tune and produces clean sound.

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