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    I have a Remo mastertouch snare and can anyone give me some history on these drums it is a piccolo and is made of acousticon which I know little about but it does sound good I am very pleased with it any help is appreciated

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    PICS! Congrats on the score leeman. I am not familiar with the snare though.

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    Acousticon from my research is a made made wood material made of wood fiber and resins.
    I have heard the drums and thought they sounded tone-ful and awesome. I don't think they're making them any more. Pity!

    all the best...

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    My Remo Mastertouch
    Last edited by leeman_36; 07-05-2010 at 10:07 PM.

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    The Remo drums I have sound great. They are so low and boomy. Who would have thought fiberboard could sound so good. I think Remo is still using it in their Djembes and other world percussion.

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    I have heard that their snares were particularly very nice sounding.

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    i have used this one at our gigs and it sounds amazing I love it I use it all the time now

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    Remo still makes drums using the Acousticon shells you can find them on remo's web site i love mine
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