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Gretsch Ash Soan Signature Snare Drum – Drummer’s Review

Here’s our review of a 12″ x 7″ Gretsch Ash Soan Signature snare drum, featuring…

  • 5.7mm, 9-ply Purpleheart shell with clear gloss lacquer finish,,
  • 4mm die-cast hoops,
  • Gretsch Lightening throw-off,
  • 20-strand snare wires,
  • Gretsch silver seal coated interior,
  • 45-degree bearing edges top and bottom.

Gretsch says…“Ash Soan is one of today’s most in-demand drummers, so Gretsch was super excited to work with him creating this amazing signature snare drum. Ash’s super eclectic work calls for a snare of unparalleled versatility… and that is precisely what this is. Working at his historic Windmill Recording Studio there are a variety of sonic goals and this unique drum provides everything he needs to meet the needs of his clients. This 12” Purpleheart snare drum has already been heard on several recordings and Instagram videos and many drummers have asked him about it. Well, now you can have this exact sound for yourself. We are proud to introduce the Ash Soan Signature Snare Drum.

This breakthrough drum starts with a 9-ply 7×12” Purpleheart shell finished in clear gloss lacquer. Its double 45 degree bearing edges significantly increase the attack, creating an ultra-cutting crack. Additional features based on Ash’s specs include our 4mm Die Cast hoops and our classic Lightning throw-off. Each snare has an inside identification label specifying the year of production and each is signed by Ash himself.”

Find out our thoughts in the video above!!

UK RRP: £947.00



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