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Doc Sweeney Snare Drum USA Custom 6x14 Pau Rosa 3/8" Thick Stave Shell w/ Gold Hardware
Doc Sweeney Snare Drum USA Custom 6x14 Pau Rosa 3/8' Thick Stave Shell w/ Gold Hardware

Doc Sweeney Snare Drum USA Custom 6x14 Pau Rosa 3/8" Thick Stave Shell w/ Gold Hardware

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ONE OF A KIND
Doc Sweeney Drums specializes in building high-quality instruments using domestic and exotic woods from around the world.  Whether you chose one of our existing drum designs or request an instrument built to your specifications, you will own a drum that is truly One of a Kind.
Whether you're a live performer or a session artist, our drums will surpass your expectations  --  a genuine sonorous treat.

HOW ARE THEY MADE?
Doc Sweeney builds its drums using exceptional quality components in every phase of construction.  It starts with unique, high-quality domestic and exotic wood -- and continues at each stage of manufacturing, including CNC-milled shells, custom inlay designs, proprietary lugs milled from aircraft-grade aluminum, stainless steel fasteners, custom wood hoops or metal hoops, and hand-rubbed oil finishes.

Whether you're a live performer or a session artist, our drums will surpass your expectations.

Stave Pau Rosa shell,  3/8” thick, 14x6 - Dense hardwood from Africa

Shells are fabricated from strips of solid wood called staves, laid up vertically in the same fashion a cooper constructs a barrel, then turned to exacting specifications. This is far different from the majority of drum shells on the market that use multiple horizontal plies. Whereas a ply shell is constructed by layering multiple thin sheets of wood with glue applied between each ply, a stave shell is made from solid wood pieces glued vertically in its natural state.

By constructing solid wood shells in this fashion, it eliminates the deadening effect of multiple layers of glue. Having the bearing edges placed on the end grain also allows for maximum transfer of energy down and through the wood fibers. The advantages can clearly be heard in the natural resonance and projection stave shells produce.
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