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Aquarian Super-2 Coated Drumhead 13 in. 

(13 in.)  Sku #483472000078000

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Bring out that warm, full sound with this coated 2-ply head.

Aquarian Super-2 Coated drumheads have great attack, projection, and depth unlike any other drumheads. The patented Aquarian Safe-T-Loc hoop prevents the drumhead from slipping and the Sound Curve collar design provides "Responsive Tuning." With Responsive Tuning, one turn of the drum key and Aquarian Super-2 drumheads react. Aquarian includes a tuning sheet with each Super-2 coated drumhead.

  • Available in 8" through 18"
  • Clear heads provide warm, mellow, full sound

Renew your drum sound with Aquarian heads. Order today!

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easy to tune


from CA

Comments about Aquarian Super-2 Coated Drumhead:

I tried a bunch of heads on a 8" tom. Remo Pinstripe Ebony and clear, Aquarian Satin textured, Studio X, Performance II, response 2, Evans Hydrolic...etc. My original drum head is DW clear coated. I like Aquarian Performance II clear. I like to try a coated head on Toms. Performance II coated is not widely available. So...I tried super 2 coated. To my suprise, coated tom heads sound quite different from clear on the 2 ply head. It doesn't ring like a single ply satin texture. And it doesn't get the thick sound like other double ply. It is kind of in between. This head is tone full. The pitch is very appearent. The pitch is low. (I still have the DW clear head in the bottom) I like the coating on the Aquarian Satin Texture head. Super 2 has a different coating called Z-100. Satin texture produce a warmer sound with brush. It is a matter of preference. Selecting a drum head is like selecting guitar strings. Sometime youre stuck with what you are used to. I am still in the experimental stage and still want to try other heads.

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