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Evans Heavyweight Reverse Dot Snare Drumhead 14 in. 

(14 in.)  Sku #J04688000002000

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The thickest, most durable film-based snare head in the Evans stable.

Designed with the heavy hitter in mind, the Evans Heavyweight Reverse Dot Batter Head is 20mil thick at the center of the head. While thicker heads often choke out due to extreme mass, the heavyweight reverse dot patch flexes for a wider dynamic range and extra focus and attack.

Evans Level 360 technology is incorporated to extend the level playing surface of the drumhead, 360 degrees around the drum. The vertically enhanced collar design guarantees even contact with the bearing edge of the drum shell, resulting in: ease of tuning, extended pitch range and optimum quality of sound.

Sizes & Purpose
  • Size(s): Multiple
  • Quantity: Individual
  • Styles: Rock/Metal
  • Type: Snare
  • Side: Batter
  • Texture: Coated
  • Plies: 2
  • Material: Info not available
  • Thickness (mil): 20mil
  • Weight: Heavy
  • Collar: Standard
  • Dampening Ring: No
  • Country of Origin: United States

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Evans Heavy with Dot


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Comments about Evans Heavyweight Reverse Dot Snare Drumhead:

I went from Evans single ply to this 2 ply with dot. Now that I've tried it, I probably should have gotten a 2 ply with no dot. It's not bad, but my playing style requires more finesse that solid punch. If you play hard rock this head is GREAT, if your playing requires a broad spectrum of styles go with single ply for light work or 2 ply for general purpose.

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