Modern Drummer is the world’s most widely read drum magazine, is dedicated entirely to the art of drumming and caters to the needs of amateur, semi-pro, and professional drummers.
First introduced in 1936—when it could be heard on Benny Goodman’s soon-to-become classic “Sing, Sing, Sing”—Slingerland’s Radio King snare was revolutionary in that it made double-headed, tunable toms available to drummers for the first time. by Mark Cooper The 1936…
This sound sample is from the Esprit Elite snare drum. See the review on page 25 of the March 2011 issue of Modern Drummer.
Read the review in the March 2010 issue with Stanton Moore on the cover.