Evans MX Frost Marching Tenor Drum Head

$12.95$61.49

The MX Frost tenor heads are made using two clear 7mil plies with a durable translucent coating that provides a pure tone that is articulate yet warm and resonant and blends well with the overall ensemble. All Evans tenor heads are desig…
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Product Model Price Quantity
6″ Evans MX Frost Marching Tenor Drumhead EVA-TT06MXF $12.95
8″ Evans MX Frost Marching Tenor Drumhead EVA-TT08MXF $13.49
10″ Evans MX Frost Marching Tenor Drumhead EVA-TT10MXF $13.95
12″ Evans MX Frost Marching Tenor Drumhead EVA-TT12MXF $14.95
13″ Evans MX Frost Marching Tenor Drumhead EVA-TT13MXF $15.49
14″ Evans MX Frost Marching Tenor Drumhead EVA-TT14MXF $16.95
Evans MX Frost Marching Tenor Drumhead Pack - 6″/8″/10″/12″/13″ EVA-TT68023MXF $57.95
Evans MX Frost Marching Tenor Drumhead Pack - 6″/8″/10″/12″/14″ EVA-TT68024MXF $59.49
Evans MX Frost Marching Tenor Drumhead Pack - 6″/10″/12″/13″/14″ EVA-TT60234MXF $61.49

Evans MX Frost Marching Tenor Drum Head - Product Information

The MX Frost tenor heads are made using two clear 7mil plies with a durable translucent coating that provides a pure tone that is articulate yet warm and resonant and blends well with the overall ensemble.

All Evans tenor heads are designed with an advanced hoop concept that prevents pull-out, even under the most severe tuning conditions. Similar to the patented roll-over feature present on every Evans Drumset head, the outer wall of the tenor hoop is bent inward to trap the film and epoxy in the channel. Unique to the tenor hoop, however, the roll-over is much more severe and hooks downward, locking in the glue and preventing the outer wall from prying open.



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Great Heads

Comments:

Switched my groups from the Renaissance heads to these heads a few years ago. I have been happy with the quality of the product. Both groups are high school and the heads have retained tone and strength through harsh Colorado weather. I recommend these heads or the Renaissance heads.

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5.00

Ruin to easily when wet

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Overall these heads are an okay choice for marching applications but beware, DO NOT LET THESE GET WET. It completely ruins the head and makes them extremely weak. Our tenor player has had to replace two heads because of this, and it is not worth the time or money to get these.

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2.00

TERRIBLE

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these heads are absolutely TERRIBLE. when it rains, the heads get all out of wack and the sound is horrendous. these heads break easily and there are much better options out there, like the remo pinstripe or the evans mx black. or even the system blue evans. do not get these.

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1.00

O.K , But Not Great

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These heads give an O.K sound, but it is duller than what I would have liked. I would recomend that you buy different heads if you want a bright sound.

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3.00

Not a big fan

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These heads were OK, but the sound was a little too artificial, in my opinion. I switched to a different Evans head this year, and was very pleased.

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3.00
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