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evans system blue marching tenor drum head

Evans System Blue Marching Tenor Drum Head

Evans System Blue tenor heads were designed in cooperation with the Blue Devils percussion staff and feature a 2-ply design with 7mil top-ply and 7.5mil bottom. This combination delivers tonal clarity and projection while also increasing durability...

Evans System Blue Tenor heads

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Great sound, very impressed.

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Graydon Dunkelberger

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5.00

Great Quality

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I ordered these for our school Drumline. Excellent quality and very sharp! They gave our quads exactly the look we wanted and the sound quality is awesome!

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Desiree Cogburn

Rating:

5.00

Evan's best tenor heads

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Great drum heads.

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Cassidy

Rating:

5.00

new set of tenor heads

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Sound is awesome! Easy to install and easy to tune. We enjoy the new smooth thump sound to drums.

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Ricardo Gonzalez

Rating:

5.00

Good for multiple tenor players.

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I have to say these are really good sounding heads that are very durable but these are only good sounding for bands who have more than one tenor player because they don't really have high volume probably because they were made for the Blue Devils and didn't want their players over powering the band.

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Tenor player

Rating:

4.00

Whoah! Finally a good Evans quad head!

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I've used every brand of quad heads and these are the first heads I've never had a problem with, ever! Thank you Evans for putting out a product that lasts for more than a few weeks and doesn't break/pull out of the hoop the third day they're on the drums. They have the right amount of attack and the right amount of sustained pitch for any application (indoor/outdoor). They sound good in the low range, medium range, and high range. You can even reef them and they still have a fair amount of resonance to them from far away. Through my experience, using a lighter stick (Vega/Hardimon Snare stick) doesn't create the presence (losing the tenor voice) needed to balance the marching battery ensemble. I ended up having to choose an Innovative Percussion indoor mallet and Vic Firth Tom Aungst Tenor Hybrid stick to make sure the voice could be heard. I suppose if you could get a heavy pair of Vega's or Jackson's they'd be ok, but since most of us in the real world aren't lucky enough to get a shipment of heavy sticks every time, I just opted for a heavier/beefy stick just to make sure. I really hope this helps everyone who reads it. These are truly great heads!!

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Posted By:

Michael Auman

Rating:

5.00