The Ultimate Searchable Drumhead Comparison Chart
Compare Aquarian vs. Evans vs. Remo Drumheads
in this chart.
Want to compare drumheads across the huge Aquarian, Evans, and Remo range? Look no further – this is the ultimate drumhead comparison chart.
Compare Evans vs. Remo vs. Aquarian with this drumhead comparison chart.
Use the search box below to filter through the drumheads.
No directly equivalent drumhead? Look in the rows above or below in the chart – this will likely be the closest equivalent head available.
Click on any of the drumheads in the chart for detailed information and to compare them.
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Compare as many drumheads as you like, side-by-side.
A few notes on the drumhead comparison chart above:
- In general, the drumhead comparison chart goes from thinnest and brightest, to thickest and warmest heads.
- Open (non-dampened) drumheads are usually before drumheads with built-in dampening.
- Drumheads from different brands can sound slightly different, even when they have the exact same specs, due to different manufacturing processes, materials, and design. In the bigger picture though, these differences are usually small compared to how ply/thickness/dampening/etc alters the sound. Some drumheads don’t match up exactly, but if they’re listed side-by-side on the comparison chart, you can be confident that they are very closely related.
- Still confused? Need some help deciding which drumhead to choose?
See this page for tips on how to choose a drumhead.
Great care has been taken to ensure all of the drumhead comparisons in the chart are as accurate as possible. Notice something in the comparison chart that doesn’t add up? Please get in touch – it will be fixed ASAP!
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