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    Just as we're debating which shells sound better, some say traditional (skin) heads sound better. Some say the Mylar heads; I recall Evans hydraulic heads, which I played on my first set some 15 years ago; Remo has their FiberSkyns, which I have on one of my congas and they sound pretty good...

    So which type of drumheads do you use?

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    There have already been like 1 or 2 posts of this but for me the best heads are evans.

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    A lot of it's in the type of sound you want from your drums. I used to use pinstripe heads but now I prefer remo emporers. They still have the attack but not too much, and they bring out the body of the drum a bit more IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lhebs0
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    Thought you guys might like to check this out, it really helps when deciding on a type of drum head.
    http://www.evansdrumheads.com/EVAProductsDS.aspx?ID=12
    I don't know if Remo does it too, But Evans does it for all of their drum heads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lhebs0
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    Congrats Bro!!!! It is good to have you with us!!!

    As for heads, all I know is I want to try the new EMAD 2, and see how much different than the first one it really is.

    I like those Remos as well, they sound tight!!!!
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    I use Remo Pinstripes (ebony series is very cool)...I've tried a lot of different heads, but always come back to Remos.
    BOOOOOO!!!

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    I've always been with Remo pinstripe as there not to expensive and easy to use

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    i use basix skins, there my stock heads from my biggerners set, they sound beatiful.









    so kidding

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