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Gretsch Gergo Borlai Signature Snare Drum – Drummer’s Review

Here’s our review of a Gretsch Gergo Borlai Signature snare drum, featuring…

  • 14″ x 4.25″, 1.2mm brass shell with sandblasted finish,
  • 45-degree bearing edges top & bottom,
  • mini chrome lugs,
  • 4mm die cast hoops,
  • lightning throw-off with 40-strand snare wires,
  • Remo CS batter over clear snare side.

Gretsch says…”Drum Phenom Gergo Borlai and Gretsch teamed up to develop a very unique addition to the USA metal snare collection. Together, they created what Gergo describes as a “sensitive, multifunctional, loud, and limitless” snare drum. The key elements included a 4.25×14” 1.2mm brass shell, 45 degree bearing edges, 40-strand snare wires and 4mm Die Cast hoops, making this instrument one of the more distinctive in the Gretsch snare drum assortment. The shell’s surface is finished with an applied sand blast texture for a unique look and tighter overall sound.”

Find out our thoughts in the video above!!

RRP: Gretsch Gergo Borlai Signature snare drum – £701.00



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