Evans S14H30 14" Snare Resonant Head

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Snare Resonant Head

  • Size: 14"
  • Hazy 300 Series
  • Evans' best selling snare resonant head
  • Wide dynamic range tunable with 3 mil (0.0762 mm) thick film
  • Snare sound always controllable
available since January 2000
Item number 135488
sales unit 1 piece(s)
16,50 €
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Florin 123 16.02.2020
Best resonant head for snare you can find! Recommend it! It lasts very long (I had it for like 6 months now and no signs of deterioration) and sounds very good on the bottom of the snare.
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Anonymous 08.04.2017
Always been a fan of Evans 360 heads, the easiest to get sounding good quickly. It fitted my snare drum perfectly thanks 360 system. Took me very little time to tune and gives my snare better sensitivity compare to the head i had before.

I have this head on two snares and its very consistent and durable. Cant see myself buying any other Resonant head from now on, i've tried quite a few and this is the stand out, can't recommend it more!!
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It's an evans, off course it is good!
supercavie 12.02.2018
I bought this resonant head because of the reviews and everyone recommends it as a must for resonant head. I had my original resonant head which ripped so I bought this one to replace it. Although you're not going to actually "play" the reso head, having a good one on the bottom nicely tight and tuned properly it will definitely allow your snare sound to really sing. Add it with a pure sound snare wires and you've got yourself a really nice bottom combination.

Quality wise evans is really good, it doesn't go out of tune and the sound it produces is really great. You can't go wrong with evans.

Overall is a very nice product and I will by again when needed.
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George XT 01.03.2019
At this point, this head is considered a somewhat "classic" reso and there's a reason for that. It's thickness is ideal, not overly sensitive but still articulating ghost notes perfectly. Give it a proper tuning and enjoy the crack and the tone. I use it with a steel snare and, while maintaining the "ring" that is typical of a metal snare, the overtones never get out of hand.
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