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#55916 by pusMonkey
Thu Feb 05, 2009 5:29 pm
Coated? ...Clear? ...Black dot?

I've mostly used clear heads. But my first kit had coated, and I'm thinking of going back.

#55956 by gbheil
Fri Feb 06, 2009 2:52 am
It depends a lot on the situation. I try to use the one above my shoulders as much as possable. But the other one has been know to drag me around some. :D

#56353 by Johnny Nobody
Sun Feb 08, 2009 6:48 pm
Attack heads are cheap for a 5 piece standard pac. The tone is ok and they are tough enough. I used them on all my kits. Not to say they are the best, just the best deal I could find in GC

#89737 by anointed274
Mon Nov 09, 2009 3:56 am
Evans Hydraulics Clear
EMAD Bass Drum Head

#89874 by Southernboy
Mon Nov 09, 2009 8:38 pm
I get the best sound out of batter heads. They have a jazzy sound but killer for rock n roll to metal to what ever! Good luck
Southernboy
#116613 by Foreshadow
Tue Jul 06, 2010 1:41 pm
evans ec2 clear heads 12, 13,14,16,and 18
aquarian superkick triple ply 22'' ( 2 of em )

#118350 by Drumsinhisheart
Sun Jul 25, 2010 3:40 pm
I like Attack heads better than Remo. I used to use Evans, but Attacks cost much less, last and sound just as good on my drums, so I stick with Attacks.

#118680 by Thumper442
Thu Jul 29, 2010 4:17 am
I virtually always use Remo heads. I use ebony pinstripes on all my toms, a black dot as the impact head on my bass drums and regular ambassadors on my snare. I have tried Evans heads and they are great for the first 10-20 hours of play, then fall off radically. I have had 3 year old Remos tune and resonate better than 40 hour Evans. I have only tried Attack heads once and in that case, I didn't notice anything special for or against that particular head.

#120599 by kwolf68
Sat Aug 14, 2010 5:46 pm
Aquarians only. They seem to really work with my drum (Sonor)...SuperKick II on both kick drums in each drumset. Use Response IIs on my Delites and Studio Xs on my 3500. Classic clear as resonant on all drums for both sets.
#125979 by ChuckCharleston
Fri Oct 08, 2010 4:37 pm
Foreshadow wrote:evans ec2 clear heads 12, 13,14,16,and 18
aquarian superkick triple ply 22'' ( 2 of em )


I second this specially with the Aquarian SK I,II,&III. Obviously the better made basses will naturally sound better with it, but it will freakin pound even on the cheapest ones and no additional muffling is needed.

#125981 by RGMixProject
Fri Oct 08, 2010 5:10 pm
I have always broken my tom heads in the middle of gigs, so for years now I've been using any double layer heads I can get my hands on, to include Remo Emperor-weight Black X's

#126487 by parakletos
Fri Oct 15, 2010 7:33 am
I currently use Evans Genera G2 coated, however, I am switching to Acquarian Response 2. Great heads!
#127881 by Donald Ray
Wed Oct 27, 2010 6:41 am
LOL " Heck every drummers has there own " Opinion about what they use on a Drum

Like me

##1 Remo Batted haeds white

it's just like the Drum stick's that yall are using .

One of my Fav " is the ProMark's 7a oak's .Not a wood tip .they break to dam easy .

#129249 by Rock with the Doc
Mon Nov 08, 2010 3:52 am
I've run the gambit over the past 30 years to include, silver dots, black dots, batter kings ambasadors, pin stripes, which I fell in love with up untill I put together a smaller gigging kit that exsists of an 18 bass 10 hi and 13 low. I needed a set of heads that had a natural low tone. I went to the local guitar center and spoke with the drum tech there. After a long period of "drummer talk" he recomended the Evans EC2s for the 10 &13 with clear reso heads tuned to the lowest possible tuning, and an 18 EMAD. They sound like they are already mixed when played with the rest of the band and they carry very well outside. I have not found that they do not last after 40 hours, in fact I have noticed that after tuning back up they still sound as good as the first strike. I may never go back to REMOs. Keep on bangin'!!

#129860 by MaxWeinberg
Fri Nov 12, 2010 11:00 pm
Currently a fan of Remo with Ambassador Coated on top tops and diplomat coated on bottom! (playing 70s pearls). Changing the bottom to coated made the biggest change for the better I've ever made. Make you feel warm and gooey inside ;) Various ambassador coateds on snares with a powerstroke on my 14x6 steel snare.

Aquarian Super Kick 1 on my 22" bass with an ambassador coated front head painted with my logo of the moment. Ambassador coated with a Remo muffle rim on my 18".

This set up has been my standard rig for rock/blues/jazz/funk gigs I've played. Typically changing batter heads once a year or so or when doing a major recording session.

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