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Batter head Batter head hoop Double-ended lugs Shell Snare-side head hoop Snare-side head Snare Throw-off Snare butt end Snare strainer Vent grommet The vent grommet normally secures the nameplate Very occasionally you'll see a snare drum on an isolation mount like you'd mount a tom, but that's normally done when someone plays piccolo snare.
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What is a snare drum?

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What are snares of a drum and what do they do?

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