Tama S.L.P. Series Snare - 6"x14" G-Bubinga

6" x 14" Bubinga Snare Drum with 12-ply, 10mm Bubinga Shell and Black Nickel Hardware - Natural Quilted Bubinga Finish
Tama S.L.P. Series Snare - 6
Tama S.L.P. Series Snare - 6
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Ideal Snare for Any Musical Style!

Add a distinctive voice to your drum kit with the TAMA SLP G-Bubinga snare drum! Part of TAMA's Sound Lab Project Series, this 6" x 14" bubinga snare drum was designed to have a wide frequency range, perfect for a variety of styles. The 12-ply, 10mm bubinga shell provides explosive dynamics, while sporting a quilted bubinga outer ply for a sweet look. For an amazingly organic-sounding snare with plenty of punch on tap, look to the TAMA SLP G-Bubinga snare drum!

TAMA SLP G-Bubinga Snare Drum at a Glance:
  • The wide-ranging sound of bubinga
  • TAMA's Sound Lab Project Series
The wide-ranging sound of bubinga

TAMA's SLP G-Bubinga snare drum uses 12 layers of bubinga to create a snare with a wide frequency response and incredible punch. It's a very dry sound as well, making this the perfect snare for recording in the studio. And for a distinctively classy look, the outer ply is quilted bubinga and is accented with black nickel hardware.

TAMA's Sound Lab Project Series

The TAMA SLP Series of snare drums was created to give you access to a wide range of distinctive snare sounds at a great price. Just like every SLP Series snare, the SLP G-Bubinga's components were chosen specifically to give it a characteristic sound. You'll love the SLP G-Bubinga with virtually any style of music.

TAMA SLP G-Bubinga Snare Drum Features:
  • 6" x 14" bubinga snare drum with a punchy, wide-ranging sound
  • 12-ply bubinga construction, with quilted bubinga outer ply for a classy look
  • 10mm shell provides a full, punchy sound without excess resonance
  • Wide-ranging, explosive sound with a full attack - perfect for virtually any musical style
  • Steel Mighty Hoop gives you years of dependable performance
  • 20-strand Starclassic carbon-steel snappy snares
Add a powerful accent to your kit with TAMA's SLP G-Bubinga snare drum!

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TAMA S.L.P. Series G-Bubinga Snare Drum Review by Sweetwater

Tech Specs

Type Snare
Shell (Depth x Diameter) 6" x 14"
Shell Construction 12-ply, 10mm
Shell Material Bubinga
Hoops Steel Mighty Hoop with Starclassic Lugs
Color Natural Quilted Bubinga
Finish Lacquer
Manufacturer Part Number LGB146NQB

Customer Reviews

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Tama S.L.P. Series Snare - 6

Perfect in every way! I have had nothing but compliments on this snare, Looks and sound!I am using it as my main snare. I have an Evans Dry head on it and sound amazing!Absolutely not one negative thing to say about it!This baby is Heavy!

Backbeat hard this one

Ok this things hot ! Tama made this happen a real people can afford.i have a lot of snares but now you don't have to spend 800+dollars to get this sound .Made from starclassic hardware it's super stable to all tunings G-burbinga shells are a little thicker by 1mm than other shells in the slp line really let's you know it's heavy your ears too buy this thing please. Got mine from joe Schafer @1393 you will love this drum ghost note city and huge crack all to had
Music background: Musician

Great Versatile Drum

I bought this drum because of it's ability to be tuned across a wide range of tunings. Right now I have very deep and FAT. However that required the use of a Remo ring but it sounds great. I've had up at a "normal" pitch and it is rich and warm with a nice crack when you get into the rim,Great in the studio. If you go on the Tama site they have video of each of SLP drums.Check them out. All the snares have an overtone or ring to them. Sometimes that's a good thing, sometimes not. But varying sizes of Remo Rings will partially to completely eliminate that overtone should you want to.I'm not a style over substance guy, but I must say this drum is a beautiful looking snare with the Black Nickel hardware,I've had more than one comment on how good it looks,Plan on replacing the batter head though.All drum companies ship their drums with the lowest line of heads,I just put a coated Ambassador on it and was good to go,
Music background: Played professionally in Vegas Main Rooms, toured with Wayne Newton (yeah I know) Junior Walker and the All Stars. Lola Falana, Eddie Russ (Europe) Started home studio approx 1984. Grew into Commercial studio in 1991, currently the longest studio in opera

awesome snare

this thing is amazing!!!! so easy to tune and the sound you can get from it is great. its a very dry drum, which makes it great for recording

Tama S.L.P. Series Snare - 6

Right off the bat this snare is great! When arrived I immediately replaced the heads. There's no way the stock head would survive. I am currently using this as my main snare. The versatility is endless. I tuned it medium that way it has pop along with the nice ring a snare should have. I have an auxiliary snare I tune to the moon but this one deserves better! This is by far one of the heaviest snare's I've ever owned, Which in turn causes it be real full and pronounced. The only reason I didn't give it a 5 is because a couple of the lugs lost a little coating when tuning and when you play a lot of outdoor venues in the summer the moisture hit's them and then there's surface rust. Not very attractive on this Beautiful Snare!

Sweetwater Advice

Aaron Rom

The Tama G-Bubinga snare drum combines plenty of power with a surprising amount of sensitivity, resulting in a snare that is incredibly versatile. It has become my go-to snare for all of my projects.
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