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Seamless spun manganese steel

Explosive, sensitive and full of color. Unlike your common steel snare, it's very warm and with lots of body.

Oriollo Ferromang™ is a drum made out of single sheet of high quality manganese steel, spun in a seamless construction(?). The process is shown in this video . The bearing edges and snare beds are made using presses and molds/dies so each and every shell is 100% perfect (and same).
We're using our own lugs and other quality components(?).

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You now pay a $200 deposit and the rest when we complete the drum.
Each snare drum comes with two sets of snare wires - Classic and Sonomaster.

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Sinclair Lott
Another quality Oriollo snare drum, the Ferromang 65 is an extremely versatile instrument. Bright and cutting enough for any contemporary amplified music while maintaining warmth and sensitivity in a lower volume acoustic context. You can see in the demo just how easily it tunes from a warm fat low sound to a crisp high pitched crack. Combine these features with Vukan's quality craftsmanship and stunning finish options and you might not be buying a metal snare drum from anyone else for a long time.

Dan Bailey
I ordered my 14x6.5 from an online drum shop out of curiosity. I've played a lot of boutique metal snare drums, and I'm not easily impressed. The manganese steel shell has one of the widest tuning ranges I've ever experienced. It sounds equally impressive at everything from finger tension low to cranked up be-bop tunings. In a world of drums that tend to sound more or less the same, it's a unique instrument with it's own voice.

Bill Bliskey
This Oriollo is rapidly changing my perception of what a great snare sounds like. I've been so into a certain Black snare drum from North Carolina and it's obvious great sound, to the exception of other sounds be it wood or alloy, that all must stand in its judgement. This amazing drum does so many things and acts like any snare you wish to emulate. I've only begun to unravel its mysteries and learn its secrets but a simple head swap was eye-opening. And Oriollo ships all snares with a second set of wires to really mix and match and dial in your sound. I think it'll be some time before I switch wires as the heads, tunings, and that incredible DW magnetic throw open up a plethora of sounds to paint with. I can't get over this thing. Thank you, Vukan, the artist and alchemist behind this sorcery.

Joshua Kidd
This manganese steel is just another example of how amazing these snares are, and what an incredible job Oriollo is doing when it comes to innovating and producing quality products at affordable prices. I am extremely pleased with this Ferromang and know it will be a valuable addition to my collection. In a lot of situations I gig in, I deal with sound guys that don't always know how best to approach mixing drums, or dealing with a moderate ring from a snare ... so to have a snare that already leans a bit towards a drier sound but still feels sensitive and energetic is a really nice option. Well done Oriollo!

Don Gunn
This is one hell of a drum - incredibly sensitive, fat center hit, but capable of delicate articulation at the edges. The shell is seamless and has an inverted bead between the bottom lug screws and the lower bearing edge. Some drums cause one to have an instant affinity for their tone and playability; for me, this is one of those drums - I don't want to stop playing it and it hasn't left the stand since it arrived.

David Johnson
I’m diggin' the 13" so much! It seems to have that perfect balance of depth, knock and sizzle. The character is similar to listening to a well recorded album on a system with tube amplifiers. It just has the presence of power in the tone no matter how you play it. Really balanced. Look forward to another build in the future.

Steve McCarter
It's a beautiful drum with lots of sensitivity and plenty of projection when you really lay into it. I was pleasantly surprised by the quick decay and controlled tone, especially on a 7" deep shell. I did not have to use any muffling. Thank you for helping me achieve the sound I have sought for over 25 years.