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Gretsch Custom Series Solid Steel Shell Snare Drum [ Winter NAMM 2007 ]

United States
English
21 December 2006 — If heavy metal is what you crave, Gretsch has your fix. The Gretsch G-4164SS Solid Steel Shell Snare Drum is a 6-1/2″x14″ size addition to the G-4000 snare series. This drum features a very heavy solid steel machined shell that is 3mm thick at the shell wall with a 5mm thickness at the edges. This is one of the loudest - and heaviest - Gretsch snares ever produced and is capable of reaching enormous volume levels. Rim shots blister with piercing cut and projection; cross stick sounds cut with authority. Finished in Black Chrome, this drum looks as stunning as it sounds.

Gretsch G4164SS Solid Steel Snare drum.

  • Solid steel shell with knurl pattern and black chrome finish
  • 3mm thick shell wall, 5mm thick shell edges
  • Die-cast hoops
  • Lightning throw-off
  • Snap-in drum key holder
  • Gretsch Permatone coated batter, clear snare side heads
  • Classic Gretsch “Drop G” Octagon badge
  • 42-Strand snare wires
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