Mesh Skin

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Experience the perfect balance between realism and quietness with our Mesh Skin drumheads. Designed for electronic drum sets, these innovative drumheads provide an authentic playing feel while significantly reducing noise levels.

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Frosted, black, semi-transparent

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Our Mesh Skin drumheads epitomize our commitment to providing drummers with cutting-edge solutions for quiet and immersive playing experiences. These drumheads are specifically designed for electronic drum sets, offering a realistic feel and response that closely resembles playing on acoustic drums.

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, our Mesh Skin drumheads feature a unique mesh material that delivers a natural rebound and sensitivity, allowing drummers to express their full musicality. The tightly woven mesh offers excellent durability, ensuring long-lasting performance even under intense playing conditions.

Visually, our Mesh Skin drumheads present a sleek and professional appearance that enhances the overall aesthetics of your electronic drum set. The high-quality construction ensures consistent tension across the drumhead, resulting in optimal performance and reliable triggering of electronic sounds.

Whether you’re practicing at home, recording in a studio, or performing on stage, our Mesh Skin drumheads deliver the perfect balance between quietness and realism. They minimize noise levels, allowing for late-night or noise-sensitive playing, while providing an engaging and expressive drumming experience.

Investing in our Mesh Skin drumheads is about unlocking the full potential of your electronic drum set without compromising on the feel and response you expect from acoustic drums. Immerse yourself in your drumming journey with our Mesh Skin drumheads and enjoy the best of both worlds – realism and quietness.

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Fanjia Vililage, Shuizhai Town, Zhangqiu City, Shandong, China

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Learn about the materials and construction techniques used in crafting our cymbals. From traditional bronze alloys to modern innovations, our cymbals are built with precision and care to deliver outstanding performance and durability. Dive into the world of cymbal manufacturing and understand the factors that contribute to their distinct tones.
Mixing The Elements
We use highest quality B20 Bronze alloy. Basically B20 Bronze alloy is a mixture of 80% Copper and 20% Tin ,and B20 is known as the most musical of all alloys. Our centuries old secret process gives the alloy its strength, durability and flexibility. Without the secret process, the metal will be hard but very brittle and can break like a glass easily. That secret process has an extremely important role on producing musical sounding cymbals.
In the first step of producing cast cymbals, the proper mixture of metals are melted and combined in the melting pot which they soon become castings. Melting allows the copper and tin mix in a certain heat and that heat evaporates all impurities in the alloy.The amount of the molten alloy in every mold can be different depending on the cymbal type. After pouring, the alloy gets hardened and becomes what we call Castings. Now these castings are ready for the next step which we call “Heating"
Heating & Rolling
The castings will be heated around 700-800 C in our oven. Each casting is heated evenly in the oven by our skilled craftsmen. The heated castings are now soft and ready to go under the rolling machine to become metal discs which we call “blanks”. These blanks are heated up and rolled again several times until the blank reaches its desired thickness. This process also allows the metal molecules bond together perfectly and makes the metal more durable. Then blanks are set aside to cool before the next process
Pressing The Bell
Cooled down blanks will be heated again then put it in the model for bell pressing. After cutting the blanks into their proper shape, we get the primary cymbals
This process is the first and the most important phase of shaping the sound of a cymbal. Hammering is done by our skilled craftsmen, using centuries old hammering techniques. These techniques determine the dark, complex and musical sound qualities of ARBOREA Cymbals. In its nature, hammering process requires mastery, skill and lots of hard work cause in handmade cymbals, the profile of a cymbal is given only by hammer hits. The cymbals sound was tuning by our experienced craftsmen.
Lathing is the other very important phase of cymbal making which directly effects the sound of a cymbal. It should definitely be done by highly skilled craftsmen. Lathing cuts circular grooves on a cymbal and lets the vibrations travel on the surface of a cymbal easily.
Testing And printing
After lathing, some cymbals will be polished depend on the surface requirement, the finished cymbals are sent to final testing. Our product specialist takes care of each cymbal and does the final visual and audio tests. Then the quality conformance cymbals will be printed our logos and after checking the logos ,the cymbals are ready to take their places on the shelves in our show room ,then send to the distributors,in order to be played by all levels of musicians worldwide.
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