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Pearl *Demo* Philharmonic PHP-1340-101 13x4 Ply Maple Snare Drum, Walnut

Brand: Pearl


MSRP: $1,114.50

Item: #D00163
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DEMO MODEL:  This instrument has been opened and typically used by an artist or group at a clinic or performance event (i.e. a State Educator show, or Industry Trade show booth.)  The instruments have not been previously owned, and with very few exceptions, are in original packaging.  All DEMO models instruments still carry the full manufacturer’s warranty - but at a lower cost to compensate for the limited usage.   All specifications and details are identical to the brand new versions. 

The Pearl Philharmonic PHP-1340-101 13x4 Ply Maple Snare Drum in Walnut finish Snare Drums feature the revolutionary Triad Silent Strainer System. These incredible drums represent Pearl's state of the art design and craftsmanship, combined with groundbreaking innovation allowing the player unprecedented control over the tone, dynamics and performance of the instrument. A proprietary combination of three unique snare sets, using both graduated and even tensioning, offers seamless timbral overlapping and ultra-smooth dynamic transition, plus a greatly extended dynamic and sensitivity range. The new Triad Silent Strainer provides three individual tension adjusters allowing you to fine tune the optimum tension for each type of snare material, and a single global adjuster is used for overall tension. All snares can be quickly changed by simply loosening the adjuster and one drum key rod.    

The Pearl Philharmonic Ply Maple Snare Drum (PHP) features a 7.5mm thick 6 ply Maple shell.



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Pearl Philharmonic PHP-1340-101 Demo 13x4 Ply Maple Snare Drum, Walnut
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Aubrey A: I need it for a smooth and fine sounding piccolo snare drum. Oct 19, 2012

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