Remo 14" Ambassador Snare Reso

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Snare Resonant Head

  • Size: 14"
  • Ambassador Series
  • Hazy model
  • Single ply (3 mil in thickness)
  • The world's best selling resonant snare head
Item number 123252
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$16.90
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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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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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Not as good as Evans, used to be better
astudillojr 13.06.2023
after using REMO for many years, I am sad that the quality of these have decreased so much, the logos are blurry, and there are not consistent shapes on the layers, I thought maybe I am too picky, but then I compared to Evans, and I realised, I am not :)
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Classic and versatile
SJS 14.02.2021
I bought this head for a 90's TAMA snare that i use in a number of different modern genres. Remo is the brand i have used for decades and it never failed me.

Pros: As the title says, its versatility, which is a quality i value very much, as well as the price/quality ratio.

Cons: None as far as i can see or hear.
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