*** Please Use Headphones or quality speakers. Mobile phones or laptop speakers just can't reproduce the beauty of these drums!! Studio Sound Samples! ***
Evans Drum Heads & HQ Percussion sent us some of the new "Black Chrome" Drum Heads to test out prior to their release at Summer NAMM 2012. We set the Black Chrome heads up on a Crush Sublime Bubinga kit and I've asked a few drummers to come our way and give us their opinions. Jason Stander stops by to check them out and leave us with a few improvised drum solos as well as his opinion on the heads.
In this video, we used only studio microphones and not the PCM recorder. I feel like some viewers were confused at the differences in sound sources, so we're gonna keep it simple.
Drummer Connection Opinion on the Black Chrome Drum Heads: I like these heads, I think they sound great, I think they look cool on this kit, and they are durable. If the look and sound is for you, I would recommend these over Remo Black Suedes or the Evans Onyx heads. The Evans Black Chrome are the best black drum heads I've seen and heard yet.
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Learn more about the Evans Black Chrome Heads at http://EvansDrumHeads.com
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Part 1 of this review series with Danilo Maia is at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btrh8M-dh74
Special Thanks to Jason Stander for helping out and providing his opinion on the heads.
Find Jason Stander: http://JasonStander.net
Audio / Video / Drum Tech - Eric Rosebrock