Remo Ambassador heads are the most popular drum head in the world. They are warm, medium weight,single ply. With an open, bright and resonant sound they are excellent for live and recording situations. Our experience has shown a lot of players using coated on the top and clear heads on the bottom for superior resonance.
The Clear Ambassador head is medium weight, warm sounding. Often used on the bottom of toms for a resonant head, they are extremely popular in recording situations and live when being miked. They are a single ply construction. Often used in the recording studio as a batter(top) head.
Based on the original drum head Remo manufactured in1957 as an alternative to calf skin heads,the Vintage A head is a thin 2 ply . It is very warm sounding and has been popular with jazz and country players alike.
A medium weight coated head with a dot on the bottom of the head, The coated CS is primarily used as a snare batter and is ideal for heavy hitting as well as brush playing. It is a very durable head with the center dot providing tonal focus.
The Fiberskyn Ambassador has the appearance of calf skin and additionally has an extremely warm tone. It is preferred by many Jazz players as a great acoustical playing drum head. It is the choice of many Concert bass drum players.
Remo developed a special Fiberskyn head to use with Mid-East Metal Doumbeks. The head has a deeper collar than a normal drum head and thus accommodates the rounded shell of the drum. These are very warm and resonant sounding with a nice low bass tone when needed.
A black double ply head with a quick decay. Much like the clear pinstripe with an outer layer, but thicker. The Ebony Pinstripe is a great head for Rock and R&B. It has moderate attach and in a large setting, better miked for projection. It has a warm, low pitched effect.
A single ply, coated thin head, the Diplomat is often used in situations where articulation is a major concern. Not necessarily a projection-style head, it is more useful in delicate situations and an excellent head for certain types of recording or close miking projects.
A very thin single ply head, the Clear Diplomat is most often used as a bottom head with a heavier weighted head on the top of the drum. It is an articulate head and useful for small room or close miking situations.
A medium weight single ply head, the Ebony Ambassador is open, resonant and warm sounding. It has attack and used for top and bottom heads. Because of the black mylar it is a little thicker than a normal almbassador weight.
A coated double ply head with an outer edge that dampens the high overtones and produces a warm resonant sound. Ideal for "fat" sounds of Pop, Rock and R&B. Low pitch and warm sounding. Thicker than the clear pinstripe.
A thin, single ply head with a textured impregnated surface. The Remo Renaissance Diplomat snare drum head has a very warm, resonant sound and is excellent for brush playing. Good for Jazz and Concert use.
The Skyntone is a medium fused poly spun fiber head with a natural skin look and feel. It is a snare batter head ideally for Jazz. It has an excellent brush playing surface with a warm, calf-like sound. The head is also a favorite of Orchestral players.
One of the most popular marching heads in the world, the White Max has a reinforced counterhoop combined with an extremely durable fiber weave head. The tone produced, when properly tuned, has a very bright quality.
The Black Max is one of the most popular marching snare drum heads in the world. It is made from a fiber weave and has a reinforced counterhoop. It produces a very bright tone. The head is extremely durable and articulate.
The Ebony Ambassador is the most popular front bass drum head made. Leading drum manufacturers often choose this head to put on their drum kits with a logo. It is medium weight and because of the appearance, very attractive on bass drums.
The Clear Remo Bass Pinstripe double ply head is very popular with players in Fusion, Rock, R&B, and Pop style bands. It has an outer ring which muffles high frequency overtones creating a warmer sound.
A medium weight head with a dot on the beater surface. For many years the preference of Rock players, due to the ability to hold up to heavy hitting. The dot helps eliminate over ring at certain pitches.
An extremely popular bass drum head which gained popularity as soon as it was released. A double ply head which creates a low pitch tone desirable in Rock, Pop, and R&B. The underlay on the outer surface prevents unwanted overtones.
The clear Evans EMAD Bass Batter is a very popular dark, low pitched head. It is single ply with lots of punch. The external dampening system on the head is adjustable for attack and focus. Excellent Rock and R&B quality.
Because of the feel and sound of the Strata heads, many Concert snare drummers have found them to be adaptable for wide usage. They are extremely articulate and hold their tuning well. The "Staccato 700" version has been especially popular.