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Jarrah 6.5x14

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Rare and exclusive 6.5x14 8ply Jarrah snare drum.  The clear satin lacquer finish brings out the natural beauty of the wood.  Featuring SBR Solid Brass Resonator Lugs, Double 45 Degree Bearing Edges, Hyper-Sensitive Snare Bed, and Chrome Hardware.

Don't waste your time searching for old, used Australian snare drums that cost 2-3 times more!

deposit required to start production
12-14 week estimated build time

When will I get my order?

Build Time
Most drum kit and snare drum orders have a 10-12 week average build time. High Gloss Lacquer finishes and Designer Series usually take 2-4 weeks longer.  All build times are estimates and not guaranteed. In stock items (Scymtek Cymbals) will be shipped within 1 or 2 business days.  You can call or email for stock availability and expected build time for your order.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Spaun Jarrah Snare

Awesome sounding snare, beautiful finish. Great job on the craftmanship from Spaun.

Thanks for your continued business and the great review Bart!

Jarray !!

I have this drum in a 7 x 12 version and it sounds amazing. A loud attack and quick decay due to the density of this exotic wood.It has it's own sound characteristic as with any wood drum.This drum has a nice round open controlled sound and has no problem cutting through the mix of all the other instruments.This is definitely a great drum if you are into the higher pitch sounds a snare can give. The beauty of the wood is amazing as well with a bit of satin lacquer spray to finish it off giving it just the right amount of shine without taking away from the natural beauty of the wood. Brian did n amazing job on this drum. SPAUN.....ALL THE WAY !!!!

I agree Gregor! Jarrah is beautiful in both appearance and sound. I remember your 7x12 being a super crackin snare. Although Jarrah is expensive, it's also very unique and worth it for those who want something out of the ordinary. Thanks for your review and business!