Custom Made Snare Drums!!!

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To make great music, musicians need great gear. Drummers need unique voices in
their arsenal – especially their snare. With this mentality in mind, Schinbein
Drum Company builds unique and custom snare drums for discerning clientele.

*Custom sizing. All drums are made to order. Be it 8" or 18", I can make it
for you. Same goes for depths.
*Many shell material options available. We love working with Aussie timbers,
but can make drums out of just about any hardwood timber or metal you can
*Literally hundreds of hardware options and colours available.
*Our drums are a completely blank slate.

Here are some things to think about for your shell;

What shell thickness would you like?
-Thicker shells project better, but thinner shells are warmer sounding

What bearing edge profiles (top and bottom) would you like?
-Consider the amount of head to timber contact.
-The more the head touches the shell the woodier the snare will sound.
-The less it contacts the more projection you will get.
-Don’t worry about angles, that’s mostly marketing bs, only the contact point

Would you prefer 8 or 10 lugs?
-8 has less mass letting the shell vibrate a bit more freely.
-10 has more mass letting the drum project better.
-10 also has better tuning stability if you’re a hard hitter.

Do you have any preference on grain orientation?
-Primarily a visual thing. In theory though, glueing end grain to end grain
can fail eventually, but seeing as how it’s a Brickman shell that’s not really
an issue. The individual “bricks” are glued on four sides anyway.

Do you have any particular head preferences?
-I’m an Evans stockist so they’re easiest for me to get a hold of, but I’m
not obligated to use their heads exclusively. This is primarily based on the
genre of music you play, or rather how hard you hit compared to the sound you
are after.

These are the things that custom drums afford you. You can completely shape
the sound of your drum by tweaking all these little things. If this is a
ridiculous amount of information, we could simply start with two basic
questions and go from there;

1.) How hard do you hit?
2.) What sound are you after?

Be as descriptive as possible, and don’t worry if you are making no sense.
Translating a drummer’s thoughts and dreams into drums is literally what I do
for a living.

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