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Caixa u. Snare Head 14'' nylon GP3 - Gope

Caixa u. Snare Head 14'' nylon GP3 Gope A378114

Caixa u. Snare Head 14'' nylon GP3 - Gope

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14“ GP3 head for snare / timbal / surdo / charuto (P3 - 250 Micron: 0,25mm) - GOPE GP3 heads... more

Caixa u. Snare Head 14'' nylon GP3 - Gope

item number: A378114
size: 14"
Type: nylon single-ply
weight (net): 0,13 kg
MPN 1034

14“ GP3 head for snare / timbal / surdo / charuto (P3 - 250 Micron: 0,25mm) - GOPE

GP3 heads are thick, single-layered synthetic heads with a saturated sound, medium bass character and very little overtones. They produce a full, strong and almost matt tone due to their thickness and vibration behaviour - thick heads vibrate less than than thin heads. A special feature of the GP3 heads is the distance between the aluminium rim and and the surface of the head which is larger, compared to other brands, meaning that the head will settle well on your instrument shell straight away.

Resonance head or batter head?
GP3 heads are ideally used as batter heads. For a resonance head, a thinner option will vibrate stronger and in combination with a GP3 batter head produce a nicer sound.

Give it some time:
The life career of a head begins with the moment you put it on your drum for the first time. Each time you tune it, the head will fit itself more comfortably onto the rim of shell being the base for the head. Also in terms of sound, time has an effect on every head. New heads often sound a bit whiny when freshly fitted onto the drum. But after a short break-in time and regular playing, the sound will quickly improve. A new head also will lift the rim higher. Each time you tune your drum, the head will sit itself lower down on the base and the rim can settle.

In short:
New head - high rim, whiny sound.
After a break-in time - low rim, nice sound.

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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Customer reviews for "Head 14'' nylon GP3"

24 Feb 2020
Producto de alta calidad y

Producto de alta calidad y un servicio espectacular.

19 Sep 2018

Muy buena calidad y material Precio justo

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GOPE is a family-run business from the area around São Paulo. Today the company is... more



GOPE is a family-run business from the area around São Paulo. Today the company is being run in its third generation by the grand daughter of the firm´s founder.

The brand GOPE has been producing drums and smallpercussion instruments for over 50 years now. When the company was founded, there was already a small workshop in which drumsets were manufactured.

In 1962, the production of the typical Samba instruments began, iniciated by Humberto Rodella, the son of the founder. The company kept growing and after several relocations in São Paulo, GOPE finally found the right place for building a large production hall in Embu Guaçu, a suburb of São Paulo.

gope-expoSince then GOPE produces in Embu Guaçu everything from the Agogô to the Zabumba, a wide range of percussion instruments, and only recently also various wind instruments.

GOPE has always kept in close touch with the musicians. The ideas and proposals for modifications that they received from many of those contacts, have always had much influence in the development of new instruments and improvement of production.

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