Remo 14" Ambassador Snare Reso

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Best all-around
Tris1, 04.11.2020
3 mil snare heads in my opinion are the most versatile and go with pretty much any snare for any genre. Can't go wrong with remo ambassadors.
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Remo 14" Ambassador Snare Reso drumhead
Hop!, 01.03.2020
Remo has been the leader in the drumhead industry since 1957 when Mr. Remo Belli invented the Mylar drumhead. Remo is my drumhead of choice since I started drumming and my entire professional drumming career. Go for the best and forget the rest. Remo it is.
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Very Nice!
03.05.2016
I upgraded from my stock TAMA reso head and it sounds much better + tunes very well! Definitely recommend this!
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What's not to love!
10.03.2015
These Remo Ambassador heads are by far my favourite for my snare drum, not to mention al the other drums on my kit.

The Remo Ambassador snare head, in my opinion allows you to get that perfect snare sound, whatever that may be for you.

These heads can be tuned really tight to give that loud, fantastic snap sound or also tuned lower to give a full fat sounding snare. There really is no limitations to the sounds this head can give.

It provides a nice ring to the drum, but also does not lack that essential muffling.

These heads are used by so many fantastic drummers, Stewart Copland and Dave Weckl are just two that come to mind.

Since using this snare head on my drums I have never questioned its quality or sound, and I would recommend them to anyone.
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If you want a bright snare sound, this is the one to choose
James4797, 28.05.2014
People will tell you which is 'best' out of Remo, Evans or Aquarian, but don't believe any of them. They are all good- just choose the one which is best for your ears. Basically, the Remo coated ambassador is the brightest sounding one of them. The Evans sounds darker and the Aquarian one darker still. The Remo one has powder coating which starts to chip off almost immediately, and could be annoying. The Evans ones last longer, and the Aquarian coated heads are bulletproof- they last for ever. However, what I realised is that I don't mind the chipping because I much prefer the brighter remo sound. By the time loads of the coating has chipped off it is time to change the head anyway because it has started to stretch slightly in the middle.

If you are a hard hitter, and don't want a darker snare sound, go for the Remo CS coated head- it is basically one of these with a black spot stuck underneath which stops the stretching and more than doubled the life I got from a head when I was in my 'rock' phase, with only a marginal difference if feel.

I love these heads, and I can't imagine ever changing to another one having experimented with most of the available options.
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Classic head
29.03.2016
I use it for my main snare and I love it. Easy to tune and well made. I used to think the resonant head didn't matter but after changing stock heads to this, I was blown away by how much the sound improved.
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guitarslinger, 28.12.2017
Remo what more can you say? GREAT1
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Great
Jakob T, 15.06.2018
I use this head as a resonant head on my snare and the result is amazing and i'm really pleased with it.
I really recommend it!
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BEST RESONANT SNARE HEAD EVER!
ttalis2000, 23.06.2017
I used this drumhead on my <<Startone Star Drum Set Standard -BK>> drumset snare drum. It sounds realy good with <<Remo 14" Ambassador Suede>> what i used for batter side. Sound is exactly what i hoped because i heared good snare drum online and i tought that i should also get this snare sound and it's sounding awesome. It is not ringing like my old drumheads, and they doesn't even need a dampening gel or any kind of dampening on them, those drumheads sound beautiful even without it. If i will change this drumhead someday, i will change it to other <<Remo 14" Ambassador Snare Reso>> because now i know what is good choice! :) I recomend it to every drum player! Also i dont hear any buzzing on my snare anymore after i changed to this head! This is the best decission i've ever made!
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Can't go wrong.
BrendanK, 14.01.2015
I love these heads on my snare drum resonant side.
They are quite thin which allows you to get a great response from the snare wires.
I've been using these for years with no problems at all.

A great head to let your snare drum sing !!!
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Wonderful
Joshua1988, 26.03.2015
Classic snare reso head that is my 'go to' when re skinning my snare. Tickles my strainer just right when I'm playing the batter. Don't think I'll be changing reso heads any time soon.
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If you are a fan what is not to like?
28.06.2016
If the sound of these is what you are after, there isn't much to debate. They are very thin and they are cheaper than other branded heads. I find them a good starting off point because at least you start off with a decent head and an idea of maybe where you'd prefer the drum to be over time, higher, tighter, lower, flatter, crisper or darker etc, then you can go looking based on recommendations.

I use these on 5.5" and shallower snares, I use Evans on the 6" and deeper. I like that they are a classic head with a classic reliable sound and build quality, yet they aren't overpriced.
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Useful bread and butter sound - Love it!!
asdfghjklö, 21.01.2020
Nothing fancy here. Just plain awesome Remo'ness. I've played Remo since 35 years!
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The industry standard
Staffan81, 18.02.2014
This head is the standard head for snare side of the snare drum, and if you want the "normal" sound of a snare drum - this is the head for you! Keep in mind to always tension the 4 tension rods around the snare bed a little looser than the rest to reduce snare noice.
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Classic head at great price
Joseph551, 21.09.2014
This Remo 14" Ambassador snare drum head is a great all rounder head. I have a few snares and this head is ideal for a range of applications. It helps make the metal shell drums have a good ring to them, whilst fitting it to a wood shell snare aids in bringing out the warm tones.

The white coating on these heads is very good - if using brushes you get a nice swish sound, even after a good few gigs. The coating also remains when playing with sticks. Although I am not a heavy player, I play regularly and have had no problem with the coating chipping off.

Overall, a great drum head at a great price. Thanks Remo!
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It's Remo!
David5140, 11.02.2018
Quality heads. What can I say? I've always used Remo. They never disappointed me.
I follow the Thömann technique of seating the head and I really recommend others to do the same, because that is one of the important steps to ensure proper tuning.
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Does the job well.
Emeline Studios, 07.06.2013
As my first replacement reso head I'm probably not so experienced in noticing the nuances in sound but found it to be an improvement to the overall sound of my snare drum over the stock skins it came with. The hazy finish looks great too.
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best reso head ever
terry80, 03.12.2017
put this drum head at the bottom of your snare to make it sing . i tried many labels and different thickness but this one is the best for all music styles
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The best snare head ever!
Reinoud, 31.05.2017
The absolute best snare head ever! For me this is the reference for every snare. I've used all kind of heads on my snares and still love this one the most. I highly recommend this as a snare head!
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Transform your snare sound..
Seány, 14.02.2018
Combine this reso with decent wires and batter and you?ve got every chance of getting
A good snare drum sound. Great quality and strong, as I really crank up the reso head on my snares...
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Can't go wrong with this one
Vincent Black, 28.07.2016
I have used the Ambassador Reso on my maple and aluminium snares with very good results. This drum head provides everything one would expect - the sound is open and crisp, the skin is durable and reliable. This is my go-to resonant drum head for snares and I love it. You definitely can't go wrong with an Ambassador Reso.
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Remo snare side (reso) head
16.05.2015
Always reliable, tunes up well and evenly, I tend to use a drum dial and tune bottom to around 85 which is medium tight, but then it allows you more tuning range on the top (batter) side...you can go high or low with the top side tuning and the drum always sounds good.
De-tune the snare wires a little which opens up the sound of the drum....add Black Swamp snare wires from Thomann and find your totally individual snare drum signature sound!!
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A head above the rest...
06.01.2015
Probably the best resonant head you can get out there. Perfect for any snare to bring out the crisp crack of anything you put it on. Versatile and durable - will fulfil any requirements you need it to.
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the best snare head
Tomasinho, 11.10.2019
just does the job so well... hard not to always go for this one!
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Remo Reso
Tim2108, 06.12.2015
I bought two of these, for both of my snare drums. One drum is a Sonor Bop snare, which had the original cheap reso head supplied with the kit, and the other is an old Tama which had a worn out head. I thought it was probably going to be a waste of time, as both drums functioned ok. The top heads were fine. But, adding new reso heads made a big difference to the sound. Louder and clearer in both cases. I really like Remo stuff. It always looks well made and sounds good. These reso heads were no exception. Recommended.
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Remo 14" Ambassador Snare Reso

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