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I just changed the reso on mine (I accidentally cranked the head too high and it exploded histiocytoma dog removal cost the other night – 1st time ever happened. I originally thought the evans hazy 300 was bad to histiocytoma dog removal cost begin with.. But i put a new one on and same thing! It doesn’t hold the tuning on the reso .. Two lugs in particular go out of tune within minutes.. I just keep cranking and cranking. And its out of tune almost as soon as i’m finished .. They all lose pitch but 2 lugs are just whacked! The other thing i noticed is the hoop is not histiocytoma dog removal cost totally flush with the head and the shell.. Never noticed this on any other drum.. Usually you stick the head on and it’s snug – this DW seems to have some play and it moves histiocytoma dog removal cost around while cranking it up! Not sure if the generous snare beds are causing issues histiocytoma dog removal cost or its bad hoops or bad heads.. But i need to find a solution before i throw histiocytoma dog removal cost the snare off a cliff. Last time the head eventually got seated and stopped stretching.. But i don’ get why this is such a laborios process..

Similar with me. The stock head broke (don’t know how, I was at a gig and setting up and it histiocytoma dog removal cost was broken). I replaced the bottom head with an evans reso, don’t recall which type. Same as you…Went out of tune within a song. I’d crank it up again, and it would happen again. I don’t recall this happening with the original stock DW reso histiocytoma dog removal cost head. Who knows what happened. I replaced the evans head with another and still happened. I haven’t noticed any hoop problems though, but who knows. I put some tunerfish on the bottom head at the histiocytoma dog removal cost last gig and none fell off and I didn’t need to retune, so I think they helped. I know

Similar with me. The stock head broke (don’t know how, I was at a gig and setting up and it histiocytoma dog removal cost was broken). I replaced the bottom head with an evans reso, don’t recall which type. Same as you…Went out of tune within a song. I’d crank it up again, and it would happen again. I don’t recall this happening with the original stock DW reso histiocytoma dog removal cost head. Who knows what happened. I replaced the evans head with another and still happened. I haven’t noticed any hoop problems though, but who knows. I put some tunerfish on the bottom head at the histiocytoma dog removal cost last gig and none fell off and I didn’t need to retune, so I think they helped. I know

I came across this interesting bit of info comparing the histiocytoma dog removal cost stretchiness of the evans hazy 300 compared to the remo histiocytoma dog removal cost hazy 300. As I suspected the culprit may be just the head.. I did pick up an aquarian reso as well so histiocytoma dog removal cost I’ll try that.. I’ve found in the past aquarian 300 hazy don’t stretch and hold the tuning forever.. I’ve used evans hazy on 13 snares for years and histiocytoma dog removal cost they never stretched like this. In any case this was posted about 10 years ago histiocytoma dog removal cost but probably still a valid comparison using pipe band snares:

First thing we noticed before we placed the heads on histiocytoma dog removal cost the drum, was that the heads are not identical even though they histiocytoma dog removal cost are both 300s and hazy…… For one, the evans are less hazy – clearer and two, the evans have a brighter pitch when not under tension histiocytoma dog removal cost (you can test this yourself when in the shops by histiocytoma dog removal cost flicking the materials [skin] to hear the inherent pitch – evans seem brighter)

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