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Pearl's three new Signature Snare Drum Artists, Mike Mangini, Morgan Rose, and Jimmy DeGrasso will unveil their new snare drums at 10:30AM on Thursday, January 17th at the Pearl Booth (#2634) at the Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, CA. The artists will be on hand to talk about their new Signature Drums.

The Jimmy DeGrasso Signature Snare Drum is a 14" x 5.5" hammered brass snare drum with gold-plated hardware, ideal for loud, amplified music. Jimmy has laid the foundation for such hard rock acts as Alice Cooper, Ozzy Osbourne, Suicidal Tendencies and most notably, the multi-platinum Megadeth. This striking drum is sure to catch the eyes and ears of all drummers.

Model #: JD1455
List Price: $649

The Mike Mangini Signature Snare Drum is the only drum of its kind. It features a 6 ply, 100% Birch shell in a unique 10" x 6.2" Golden Ratio size, complete with "Phi" graphic covering. Mangini, the Berklee professor and international clinician, has always been fascinated with science and the nature of sound, so it made perfect sense for his Signature Snare to be based on the ancient architectural phenomenon that is the Golden Ratio. With Swivel Tube Lugs, SuperHoop II hoops and an included OptiMount holder, this is a snare drum marvel!

Model #: MM1062
List Price: $499.00

The Morgan Rose Signature Snare Drum is a force to be reckoned with. When rocking with his band Sevendust, Morgan needs his drum to be loud, powerful and full of attitude, so his mean 14" x 5" Steel drum has all the projection to cut through huge speaker stacks and subwoofers, Stainless Steel tension rods for incredible tuning precision, and a nasty green metallic finish with glow-in-the-dark "Alien" graphic that can't be missed.

Model #: MR1450
List Price: $499.00

For more information on these drums and all new Pearl products, make sure to check out the Pearl Drums booth (#2634.)

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