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Black Swamp Sound Signature Custom Titanium Snare Drum
By Adam Balling
3/11/2014 11:41:00 AM

Percussion Source is proud to be partnering with Black Swamp percussion on an exclusive concert snare drum line. Each month, Percussion Source will be debuting a brand new completely unique custom snare drum from Black Swamp. What is so special? There will only be 1 drum ever built! This is your chance to own something completely unique and musically amazing. Once the drum is sold, it is sold. Each month the drums will vary in features and shell type. 

5.5" x 14" Titanium snare drum with SoundArt Strainer Black Nickel Hardware, Hefty Hoops and Hoop Lugs.

Black Swamp Titanium Elite snare drums are manufactured from the highest quality titanium shells available, producing a warmth and depth not typically associated with a metal shell drum.


The Heft Hoops are 4.5mm straight hoops that add instant class and sophistication to the drum. The quality of sound mediates a die-cast and 2.3mm hoop. Heft Hoops are installed only using the custom Black Swamp hoop lugs.

Purchase the drum here : Black Swamp Sound Signature Custom Titanium Snare Drum

Watch the video of the drum being built and what is sounds like here!

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