Remo Powerstroke 3 clear 22"
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Remo Powerstroke 3 clear 22"

Powerstroke 3 clear 22", Drum Head from Remo in the Powerstroke series.

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BGugino 29/07/2008

Remo Powerstroke 3 clear 22": Produktbewertung von BGugino (content in English)

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I’ve always trusted the name Remo when it came to drum heads. When I bought my new Pearl kit, it came with a “Pro-Tone” drum head which NEEDED to be replaced. Looking around at my local drum shop, I stumbled across the Remo Powerstroke 3. After hearing nothing but great things about this head, I decided to purchase. Once I got home, I threw it on, and now I’ll tell you what I thought.

Once I got this head out of the box, I noticed that it was very heavy and sturdy compared to most other bass drum heads that I’ve played with, which at the time, I didn’t know what to think. After removing the old head that I had on my bass drum, I threw this one on and got to tuning. At first I tried to crank this head tight and leave the front head relatively loose. The sound was pretty good, but not exactly what I was looking for. At the time I didn’t really know what exactly I was looking for, but I just know that that wasn’t it. After messing around with both heads I cane across the tuning of having the front and batter head medium tight. This was the sound! Very boomy, punchy and powerful; Just the right sound for the heavy rock music that I am playing.

One little downside I found out about this head is that it doesn’t go very well with any muffling, so if you’re looking for more of a “tight” or “quick” sound, I wouldn’t recommend this bass drum head. This means that this head would not produce a good sound for say Jazz, or Acoustic music, being that it is very loud and sustained.

Overall, I would recommend this drum head to any rock enthusiast. It gives you a very loud, boomy, sustained sound that you will just love.