Evans Hydraulic Series Drumhead - 14" - Glass

14" Tom Drumhead with 2-ply film and Thin Layer of Oil, for Enhanced Attack and Low End
Evans Hydraulic Series Drumhead - 14
Evans Hydraulic Series Drumhead - 14
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Trust Evans for Heads That Rock!

The Evans Hydraulic Glass tom drumhead features two plies sandwiching a thin layer of oil, giving the head an especially fat, deep, and short sound - made famous by early-70s rock. The oil decreases sustain, while enhancing attack and low end. Plus, Evans Hydraulic Glass drumheads are famously easy to tune, so they're a great choice for troublesome drums - or beginning players wanting instant access to great sound.

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.

Evans Hydraulic Glass Drumhead Features:
  • Size: 14"
  • 2-ply head, sandwiching a thin layer of oil
  • Oil decreases sustain and enhances attack and low end
  • Easy to tune
Trust Evans Hydraulic drumheads to deliver smashing tone!

Tech Specs

Batter/Resonant Batter
Clear/Coated Clear
Size 14"
Thickness 2-ply
Manufacturer Part Number TT14HG

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OK I bought my first brand new drum kit a month or so ago. Of course the factory heads had to go. The store I purcheased drums from didn't have a great selection of heads on hand and I let the fellow talk me into these about two weeks after drum purchase. Beleve they are not near as "ugly" as they appear in these pictures. You can't see any oil like it appears in these pics just looks like a few flat air bubbles. I was needing to do a lot of recording so I wanted a lot less sustain and not way to much resonance. These did the trick yet still leave a nice tone on my new Mapex Mars "birch"kit. The recordings sound graet for an entry level kit. You can search reviews and find people who swear they'll never use anything else so don't be a fraid to give these a try if you do a lot of recording or just need to tone things down.And from what a hear they last a good deal longer than the average skins. Good luck!!
Music background: singer songwriter guitarist now drummer (well we'll see ha!)
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