PureSound 14" 20 Strand Twisted Snare Drum Wires

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Featuring unprecedented clarity, crispness and sensitivity, Puresound’s “Twisted” snare wires represent the latest innovations. These snares are made from twenty double strands of Puresound’s premium-grade steel-alloy wire that are braided together— resulting in increased levels of dryness, articulation and response. In the past, players would often have to over-tighten their snares and choke the drum to get a tight snare sound.

"Twisted" wires achieve that sound without requiring tight snare tension while also providing a significantly higher degree of sensitivity from the drum at any tension. This combination of benefits makes them appropriate for a wide range of applications, including drumset, concert and marching.

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  • Snare Drum Wires
Series Twisted
Model 14" (20) Strand Twisted Snare Drum Wires

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PureSound14" 20 Strand Twisted Snare Drum Wires
 
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5.0

Great snare Wires!

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  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Great Sound
  • Improves Sound

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    Comments about PureSound 14" 20 Strand Twisted Snare Drum Wires:

    I put these snare wires on my 13 x 6.5 Pearl Reference Snare drum. What a huge difference. I can hear every little nuance with more clarity. Ghost notes come alive!

    These wires dried up the drum a little, helped to minimize sympathetic snare buzz, and increased sensitivity and volume.

    No cons to speak of.

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