Tama ‘S.L.P.’ G-Bubinga 6”x14” Snare Drum

TGB146NQB-P

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TAMA'S ON TIME WITH A NEW SNARE LINE! And one of the new Sound Lab Project snares is this amazing 6”x14”, 12-ply Bubinga shell snare drum called the “G-Bubinga”. Get it from Sam Ash Direct for the lowest price with fast, Free Shipping!

This 12-ply, 10mm 6”x14” Bubinga shell provides an extraordinarily punchy sound with a large helping of low-end. The combination of 2.3mm flanged “Mighty Hoops” and 20 separate low-mass lugs allow the Bubinga shell to resonate more naturally.  With its Quilted Bubinga outer ply and the black nickel hardware, it’s just gorgeous and very classy!  Suggested musical styles: Pop, R&B, Rock, Country and it can easily be your Best "All Around" Drum!   

• Shell:  12ply/10mm, Bubinga shell with Quilted Bubinga outer ply
• Size:  6” x 14"
• Finish:  Natural Quilted Bubinga with Black Nickel hardware
• Hoop:  Steel Mighty Hoop for great strength and tuning stability.
• Lug:  Low mass Starclassic Lugs (20)
• Snares: 20 strand Starclassic Carbon Steel Snappy snares

TAMA’s “Sound Lab Project” Snare Drums:
The snare drum is the cornerstone of your kit. Every drummer looks for the perfect snare. One that has just the right amount of resonance, something that cuts, something with a solid crack, sensitivity and rock solid stability. Many times drummers will spend an arm, leg, and first born child on a nice snare.  Now, thanks to the Tama S.L.P. line, you can get professional quality at a fraction of the price.

TAMA’s extensive research and development process led to a varied offering of S.L.P. shell materials, thickness (and number of plies of the wood shells) and the specific parts were experimented with to find each shell material’s full sonic potential.

The Sound Lab Project comprises three different maple shell snare drums and one of bubinga.  There are two steel shell snares, one of aluminum and one of brass.  Even though each one of these drums are uniquely individual, they all possess the same breath taking playability.

TAMA’s Sound Arc Hoop snare hoops:

The Sound Arc Hoop was specially developed for the Sound Lab Project (S.L.P.) snare drums. This inward curved 2.3mm steel hoop enhances the natural tone of the snare drum, and offers sensitivity, precise tuning, and control.

So what are you waiting for? Get your TAMA ‘S.L.P.’ G-Bubinga 6”x14” Snare Drum from Sam Ash Direct today, with fast, free shipping at the guaranteed lowest price. Sam Ash Direct gives you the security of more than 88 years of experience, 24/7 customer support and the Sam Ash Direct 45/60 day return / price protection policy. You can’t go wrong!

Things You Will Get:

  • G-Bubinga 6”x14” Snare Drum
Series Sound Lab Project
Other Features Quilted Bubinga Finish with Black Nickel hardware
Model LGB146NQB

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5.0

This snare drum is very Beautiful it loo

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Pros

  • Great All Around Drum
  • Great Sound
  • Huge Tone
  • Responsive
  • Sensitive
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Not A Con But It's Heavy

Best Uses

  • Accompaniment
  • Jazz Clubs
  • School Bands
  • Small Venues
  • Soundtracks
  • Symphonies

Comments about Tama S.L.P. G-Bubinga 6x14 Snare Drum:

Have 4 snare drums 2 pork pie's and a Tama vintage steel this drum is dry but not so dry that it does not have some beautiful tones the 10mm shell is awesome this drum cut's and can be used with any style of music I play mainly metal and this drum sings it sounds great miced up and have got many compliments on it's sound and looks great drum to have in my arsenal...have owned for more than 2 years... been playing 30 years Tama knows it's stuff..

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‘S.L.P.’ G-Bubinga 6”x14” Snare Drum

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