Evans EMAD Clear (22")Item ID: BD22EMAD
22" Clear Bass Drum Head
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Trust Evans for Heads That Rock!The Evans EMAD bass drum head gives you the ideal balance of punch, power, and low-end. The EMAD is a 10mil 1-ply head that employs an externally mounted adjustable damping system with two interchangeable damping rings that allow the player to adjust attack and focus. Deliver a singular oomph that'll support the fattest of backbeats, with the EMAD.
Evans Drumheads has been in the music industry for more than 40 years, and pioneered the original plastic drum head in 1956. These weatherproof heads changed the drum world forever. Evans' state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Farmingdale, NY produces heads that are unparalleled in consistency, durability, and sound quality. Evans is looking to the present and future needs of drummers worldwide.
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James, Phoenix, AZ
Reviewsbased on 2 reviews
Great head for a decent price!
by from Binghamton, NYThis batter head is beautiful. It has a deep punch to it and it's interchangeable dampening helped shape a perfect sound to my liking. Go Evans!
September 20, 2012
Music Background: Recording engineer and program rock drummer.
by from United StatesThe tone was okay, but this head buzzes way too much for recording. It may have been that the plastic groove had separated from the head. This may be a rare case, but I won't waste $40 again. I pre... read more [+]fer to use a pillow on the inside of the drum for dampening instead. It's a great concept, but it didn't work for me. I encourage others to try though. You never know until you've experienced it yourself. close [-]
April 16, 2013
Music Background: Recording Engineer, Pro Musician