Jarrah shells are more responsive in the mid range than Tasmanian Blackwood but still have a punchy low-end sound. Jarrah drums have strong attack and projection with a distinctly woody bark in the mid range combined with a metallic top-end tone. This combination is ideal for snare drums and produces a characteristic that is similar to steel snare drums.
Visually Jarrah ranges from a light red or brown to a darker brick red.
Made in Australia with unique Australian hardwoods.