• Snare Steel Loving You bottom view with snare wires
  • Snare Steel Loving You strainer
  • Snare Steel Loving You bottom view with snare wires 2
  • Snare Steel Loving You top view
  • Snare Steel Loving You ambient view

Snare Steel Loving You

The reedition of the iconic model from the 70s!

Steel snare 14'' x 5,5''

Steel hoops

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STEEL SNARE 14'' x 5.5''
Steel hoops

The reedition of the iconic model 100% Steel ASBA Revelation from the 70s!

ASBA and steel, a love story made famous thanks to Christian Vander, founder and drummer of the mythical band MAGMA… Steel Loving You, it's a hyper precise sound, a very controlled sustain, an infinite amplitude of tunings, ultra versatile, as at ease on stage as in the studio. 

Shell: 1.3 mm steel

Finish: High quality chrome

Bearing edge: Bevelled 45°

Strainer: Chromed steel

Hoops: Triple flanged steel hoops

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STEEL LOVING YOU - Snare FULL Tuning

Denis Simon makes you discover the tuning range of the Snare STEEL LOVING YOU (low, medium, high & piccolo).
Testimonials

Caroline Geryl

Professional drummer (Pomme, Naïve newbeaters...)

“I wanted an instrument that would be the mirror of my playing in its authenticity, precision and warmth. 

And beyond answering it, she sublimates it. We’ re unlimited creatively and technically. You can go there with one’s eyes closed, it’s really the bomb!!!!"

Antoine Baschung

Drummer of the band LAST TRAIN

“I knew it was her from the first time I hit it. It’s easy to tune and the strainer is really strong. It’s saved me a lot of time on tour and it’s a real pleasure to hear it every night... “

Alain Mandigo

Professional drummer and show producer

“I have chosen ASBA because of the spirit and the closeness of the team, the extraordinary sound of the drums, the 

look and the diversity of 

the ranges, the quality of manufacture... I regularly recommend ASBA to all the professional musicians I know, as I am sure they will be totally satisfied with their purchase, both in terms of quality and the diversity of the range..."