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Easy to play but extremely difficult to master, the concert snare drum is a staple in any band. Featuring a distinct “snapping” sound, snare drums have a shallow design, making them perfect in marching, orchestra and stage band settings. With a variety of ways to play, and an extremely adjustable design, these drums have a long history and have definitely left their mark on the world of music. The selection featured here accommodates players of all skill levels, so you should be able to find exactly what you’re looking for. If you’re searching for a novice option to start drumming with, you’ll want to start by checking out the handsomely crafted Yamaha Student Steel Snare Drum. Featuring a steel shell construction, 10 one-piece lugs for adjusting tune and skin tightness, and high-carbon steel coiled snares, every student will appreciate the response and fantastic tone of this drum. On the other hand, if you’re a more advanced player, you’ll want to consider the Pearl Philharmonic Series Solid Maple Shell Snare Drum or Black Swamp Percussion Multisonic Maple Shell Snare Drum. Both feature a beautiful maple shell, exemplary precision, and a stunning tone you have to hear to believe. These are the upper echelon of professional concert snare drums.
There are even concert field drums available, like the Civil War-inspired Pearl 14x12 Philharmonic Concert Field Drums Concert Drums, allowing you to customize the sound of your band even further. With a warm tone and increased sensitivity, it blends the look and feel of a traditional field drum with the control and depth of a modern snare. Also appreciated for its large number of additional features, this drum is unlike anything else you’ve played before.
The concert snare drum has a unique musical story. Always advancing in its design, being refined and perfected, it still hasn’t drifted far from its original form. Whether you’re an expert or just starting out, you’ll love everything about this versatile instrument.