The brass snare shell is beaded and includes 2. I don’t care how cheap or how worn a snare drum is, if it has the right sound for the song, I’m gonna use it. The pearl drum however, only has gold plating on the ball ends of the tube lugs. Now I’m just waiting for 5 o’clock to get here. It also has an 18″ kick, which I know that you like. Bag suitable for Zoom F8n, F8 and F4 Opening on the side for access to the connectors, Removable, water-repellent and transparent top, Padded straps, Interior has various compartments through dividers with hook and loop fastener, Pockets on the front Originally Posted by 44Ronin.
An adjustable side-pull throw off and low profile butt plate with drum key screws provide convenient snare wire access. That being said, there are certain drums and cymbals I will always take with me and the Ferrone is one of them. Western Guitar Body shape: It took me a while to get the sound I wanted. The Gretsch drum has 2. One can hear it also in the sound example, the snare tends to something “overtone”. I’m guessing that Steve told Gretsch to make him a signature drum as close as possible to his Pearl signature drum, which they obviously did. The comments on this forum have been downright ignorant and insulting.
In high mood it sounds a bit pointed and snappy – is almost to be expected. Last edited by 44Ronin; at In addition, it has a really elegant appearance: I really like the Tama Aronoff drums I’ve heard. For this reason, only a starvalve in the overall assessment.
I’ve been drooling over the SF ever since my buddy brought his over for some test recordings. Help Page Contact Us. The lugs on the Gretsch are far more costly to produce than the generic tube lugs on the Pearl.
Alternatively, please feel free to use our accounts on social media such as Facebook or Twitter to get in touch. Originally Posted by 44Ronin.
Pro space, live operation, recordings. You seem pearrl the kind of person who probably leaves more negative rep, and who posts more negative comments, than positive ones. The Gretsch drum has 2.
Always with customised added value for musicians. If anyone has had a chance to play the new Gretsch Ferrone drum, please drop me a line signture let me know what you think. I really don’t want to pay twice as much for a BB that may not sound as good.
Pearl SF1465 Steeve Ferrone Signature Snare Drum 14 X 6.5 Brass
We can also mention the adjustable snare butt. In terms of the stock chrome plated lugs the RRP is easily twice the price.
The snare is not very cheap. My expectations of the Gretsch Steve Ferrone have been fulfilled so far.
Pearl SF Steeve Ferrone Signature Snare Drum 14 X Brass | eBay
It took me a while to get the sound I wanted. I really enjoy my 14×5″ WorldMax Black Dawg and my latest aquisition: The Pearl Steve Ferrone.
Rimshots are outstanding, loud and crisp but not brutal. We have a wide variety of pages giving information and enabling you to contact us before and after your purchase. The overtones are still audible, but sound only insignificant, not noticeable in the overall sound. This also affects the price – to our customers’ benefit, of course. There was a big deal thread on this 2 years ago, in which SK1 basically claimed that SF did it for the money.
Clean and Gain, Power: I would think that they sound similar, with the only variation really being Pearl’s drum has 10 lugs vs.
The snare is a Pearl JJ sig snare. Gretsch 14″x6,5″ Steve Ferrone Snare 2 ratings. She has the typical classical rock sound. Shop Business Hours Directions. The comments on this forum have been downright ignorant and insulting. It’s important that I get an idea of the type of music being recorded and how a drummer plays when I am choosing instruments for a session.
Bag suitable for Zoom F8n, F8 and F4 Opening on the side for access to the connectors, Removable, water-repellent and transparent top, Padded straps, Interior has various compartments through dividers with hook and loop fastener, Pockets on the front My first snare was a Gretsch. I recently received a good question from an All Things Loud reader named Aaron who poses an interesting question about one of my favorites, the sadly discontinued Pearl Steve Ferrone 14×6.
Steve Ferrone signature brass snares – Gretsch vs. Pearl
Western Guitar Body shape: I’m guessing that Steve told Gretsch to make him a signature drum as close as possible to his Pearl signature drum, which they obviously did. The attack is great, but what makes brass stebe out above other metal drums is the musical quality of the tone and it’s reactivity with the snares.
Triple gold plated hardware offers a striking contrast against the black nickel-plated shell.