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Surdo Head 14'' korino - Izzo

Surdo Korinofell 14" Izzo A328514

Surdo Head 14'' korino - Izzo

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14'' korino head for surdo or tan tan Especially bassy, warm sound with hardly any attack!... more

Surdo Head 14'' korino - Izzo

item number: A328514
head by instrument: Surdo, Tan Tan
size: 14"
Type: nappa / korino
weight (net): 0,4 kg

14'' korino head for surdo or tan tan

Especially bassy, warm sound with hardly any attack!
Nappa / korino heads are multi-layered, superimposed plastic layers of imitation leather and nylon, which are especially popular on bassy Brazilian drums. A 14'' tan tan with a korino head will rock your Pagode session. A 14'' surdo is rather a small size, but even here you can create great sounds with warm basses.

Too many korino heads in a band make the sound spongy as this type of head has hardly any attack.
Our tip: less is more. Equip only a few of your surdos with korino heads and your sound will be top!

The multilayer construction of korino heads reacts sensitively to beaters that are too hard. If your mallet head is too hard, the top layer will bulge out, it will no longer lie flat on the bottom layer and cannot produce an even tone, the vibration is disturbed and the head will break. Therefore we recommend to use only soft and always well-padded mallets.

Note about spare parts:

We recommend that you always purchase spare parts of the same brand as your instrument to ensure fit and function. We cannot assume any warranty for different-brand combinations. If you are looking for a spare part that you cannot find on our site, please contact us!

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