Veneer Becomes a Solid Partner When Paired with Music

Veneer drums

 

Watch as John Good, Senior Executive Vice President at Drum Workshop, explains the art of drum shell manufacturing. He discusses the benefit of having a relationship with us, as well as how a veneer’s wood grain orientation impacts a drum’s texture, tone, and overall sound quality.

Learn more about the softwood and hardwood veneers used while making DW Drums.

This article was originally published on the Woodworking Network’s Panel Talk.

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