Evans G2 Clear Drumhead Pack Rock - 10/12/16 

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A durable set of heads that have enough range to work well in any genre.

This pack includes 12", 13", and 16" drumheads.

A perfect blend of depth, sustain, and attack, the 2-ply heads (7mm each) feature extraordinary consistency and durability. Their versatility makes them a perfect choice for the working drummer who switches between styles. These Evans drumheads make rack toms sing and floor toms growl.

Replacement drumhead sizes include:
  • One 12"
  • One 13"
  • One 16"
  • Two plies (7mm each)
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Comments about Evans G2 Clear Drumhead Pack:

My drum kit is not the best out there but works just fine for me. I have the Ludwig 9pc. Rockers that I picked up in the late 80's. I have written another review about these but forgot to mention that I purchased the "Clear" heads. I got the Evans G1's for the Reso's and the G2's for the batter. They can sure pack a punch when hit hard. I had to tone it down some with Remo dampening rings which really don't affect the quality of the sound. I should also mention that my toms are a little deeper than normal, and Ludwig calls that "Power Plus" such as my 13" tom is 12" deep. I had Remo pinstripes as batter and the OEM Ludwig heavy heads as the reso's so this is quite a step up from there. I am happy with the heads and will purchase them again if I need to. The reason I got the Fusion Pack (whatever fusion is) is because I have those sizes in my kit. Back in the day, I am 59 years old, the selection you had for drums were Ludwig, Slingerland, Gretch, and Rogers. Today I am guessing that DW is the best.

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