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just the ticketSomewhere in the 90's everyone went to extremely resonant heads, with RIMMS mounts, or other proprietary suspension systems all in the name of "sustain". Well, if you play rock, and like to record live drums at all, and you can't afford a $3000 maple kit, then you know the pitfalls of this---ringing drums. I like overtones, and in Jazz, they are desirable, but honestly when I play rock I just want a fat tom sound that decays quickly. I remember hydraulic heads from high school in the 80's, but I was somehow duped into believing the sound was unnatural and I should get open sounding drumheads. Well, the caveat being you are always using something to dampen the heads, it makes no sense really. These things sounded killer right out of the box. It made my 12" tom and 14" floor tom sound huge, lots of low end. And hey, they are red and look sick.5Upon arrival to this Planet, my interdimensional membrane sensor ...Upon arrival to this Planet, my interdimensional membrane sensor was damage, I replace it with this magnificent blue membrane, now I can come back to my home Planet.Thanks mortals for your assistance to a "Space Brother". EXCELLENT DRUM HEAD, REMO (RIP) Best drum heads in the market by far.5THUMP !!Hydraulics aren t for everyone or every kit, I use them on a DW Acrylic kit and they sound really deep and low bottom , a pure punch. I just love the feel and depth. I have a DW Maple kit as well and in my opinion the hydros take away from the true maple tones. Also the construction of these heads are incredibly strong and long lasting, you can beat the crap out of them and they will last and sound great for a very long time.5Excellent heads!!I absolutely love these heads. They are super easy to tune. They sound excellent. I have read some negative reviews about the heads sounding like cardboard. If tuned incorrectly, they sure will sound like cardboard. But so will most other heads. I have a 12", 14" and 16". I paired them with Evans Genera Reso clear heads. I'm very happy this combination.5The Evans Hydraulic head is amazing! I could not be more pleased with the ...The Evans Hydraulic head is amazing! I could not be more pleased with the perfect sound coming from my toms. I bought my 4 Ludwig acrylic Visalite toms way back in 1974. I've always loved the look of the transparent black toms without a resonate head. They were loud but a bit boomy. For years I added a clamp-on felt dampening pad but the results were less than perfect. I've heard of Hydraulic heads years ago but never knew the advantage they offered. I used 5 heads I bought on Amazon on my toms. They tuned and sound better than I could have ever imagined. It sounds like the toms in the music I love. I want to play more! My son also plays and has his own D Drum set. He can't believe the new sound of my toms.He already uses the Evans Emad heads but is pulling them of in favor of the Evans Hydraulic heads. If you have never heard one of these heads, by one and try it out. You'll discover that even though you haven't played one, you've been hearing them for years on your favorite rock songs.5Highly recommended headsI have been buying and using the Evans Hydraulic drum heads for over 17 years and always come back to them over and over again. They are great to control sustain and gives an awesome rock/metal sound.They are very durable for aggressive playing and last longer than Remo ebony emperor pinstripes.Highly recommend these head for all types of rock and metal styles. Plus they have 4 kool colors, Black, Red, Blue & Classic Clear Glass.These will make a cheap drum set sound great, easy to tune these and will make any drum set look new or different.I added a picture of my Tama drum kit, on stage prior to a performance in Tampa Bay FL during the Brutality Is Law Show.I used the Red Hydraulics for every drum, and the Clear Glass Hydraulic on the snare.5Tuned properly; they sound awesome.Replaced all the batter heads on my Yamaha stage custom birch with glass hydraulic heads. I was a little worried that ALL the sustain would be lost but these heads still sustain with a medium tension. Don't neglect your reso heads! If they are not tuned it will make these sound flat and lifeless.5Great drumheadThis head does exactly what I expected, it controls the sound and avoid any annoying ring. However, if it is not tuned properly, the sound may be dull, like old concert tom toms. This is something that, as many other points, nobody in the audience will notice when playing live, but I tightened them a bit, and have now a nice sound. I have them on a current set of 10, 12 and 14, with also my 13" snare Pearl JJ, and I am very satisfied with it, keep in kind I don't play jazz.5My new drum head choice.Drum head preference is obviously subjective, but I love that these aren't quite as loud as many other heads I've used. I play loudly already, so these give the person behind the soundboard a bit more control. Turning drums up is easy; turning them down? No. It's a real bonus if we play in one of the smaller places with a limited PA. I can play these and not totally overpower the vocals. It's not like they're quiet, but certainly more quiet than an Ambassador or an Emperor.I love the tone and the reduced sustain. Of course, the color is also super rad. I play indie rock at small clubs/festivals.5It is what it isI wanted a head for my snare drum that had a really thudy wet sound like what you hear from Sput or Larnell with Snarky Puppy. I put this on my sensitone snare and it gave me the sound I was looking for.Most of the heads I use at this point are Evans, and I feel they produce a high quality product.These heads are extremely easy for a beginner to use as well. They provide the sound that most beginners would like to hear and have really good durability. they are not as resonant as many other drum heads on the market, but they aren't designed to be. I wouldn't use these heads on a drumset being used for live performance accept for on a snare, but they do work well in some cases for the studio.5
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