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DrumOne SilentOnes Practice Pads
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Drum One SilentOnes Practice Pads let you play drums with tone but at lower volumes. Just place the pads on your drums and cymbals. Practice Pad set ...Read More
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Get the tone without the volume.
Drum One SilentOnes Practice Pads let you play drums with tone but at lower volumes. Just place the pads on your drums and cymbals. Practice Pad set includes 12", 13", and 16" tom pads; standard snare pad; crash cymbal pad; ride cymbal pad; 2 hi-hat pads (one for between and one for on top); and footbeater muffler.
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Most Liked Positive Review
Similar to mouse pad material
The thing I wanted to know about these before I ordered but couldn't find anywhere, was "what are they made of?" One of the reviews said they are made of...Read complete review
The thing I wanted to know about these before I ordered but couldn't find anywhere, was "what are they made of?" One of the reviews said they are made of foam. They are made of aerated rubber--very similar to what most mouse pads are made of, but without the cloth, about 1/8" thick. My local music store sells another brand's pads separately pad, and they are made of the same material. They do a good job of making the drums and cymbals much quieter. If you live in an apartment, or your wife has a headache, or someone is trying to watch tv in the next room,these are just what you need. They are also good if you use headphones when you play along with music, as you can turn down the volume on the headphones and help save your hearing. I have read from others that they might make black marks on your cymbals over time, so you might want to put a piece of cloth between the pad and the cymbal. The only 2 downsides are(1)your sticks don't rebound like on drumheads, so rolls are a bit harder to do, and (2)the bass drum silencer doesn't really do much--it is just a ring of open cell foam that slips over the beater, you can't have everything; perhaps you could tape the 14" hi-hat pad to the bass drum head. These are really easy to put on and remove--they just lay on the drum head.I highly recommend this product to anyone who needs to practice at low volumes. They are an excellent value for the price, and do what they are designed to do.
Most Liked Negative Review
its just wierd foam
These pads are just a bunch of stupid foam circles. You'd be better off keeping your money and using old tee-shirts to muffle the sound. It sounds the same and at least you can...Read complete review
These pads are just a bunch of stupid foam circles. You'd be better off keeping your money and using old tee-shirts to muffle the sound. It sounds the same and at least you can flam on a shirt. You can't flam on this foam.
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Horrible Rebound. Break Easy. Cheap Foam. Bottom Line, Don't buy these. They're a waste of your time.
I was extremely pleased with the items price and quality.
I got these for my Pulse drumset. It really works great on the actual drums, but the cymbals are muffled so the sound is kinda cheesy. If you only put a muffler on the top of the hi-hat, not in between, it works, but the cymbal, unless you hit hard, can probably be left alone.
If you leave the symbal silencers on for an extended period of time, they WILL ruin the finish. Mine have a stain from whatever chemicals these things are made of. They work fine, but beware of the finish on your cyms.
These were so exciting when I first got them. They were clean, smooth, and made West Wing watchable for the parents. After sometime; however, they ripped and frayed. I still use them today, but I wouldn't hesitate to buy new ones. Which gives me an idea...
These pads are great if you live with someone who is bothered by loud music. They give the realistic feel of playing but not as loud. I recommend them over any others.
i bought these because i live around a lot of people, and i couldn't play at night. but really they are only good for that purpose. the sound of course isn't the same, the cymbals don't sound great and the hi hat pieces are not easy but not hard to put on. they take time. the best thing is the bass drum cover, it gives the most quieter sound without taking away the punch. but for the price, it's not a bad deal. i recommend it to people who live near a lot of other people.
These things are ok. They let practice without all the loud noise. One thing i dont like is how they break real easy. Another thing is that you cant really play fast because the sticks dont come back to you after you hit the head. I dont know if you would really care bout that but Im just saying. =)
They do what they're supposed to, they muffle the sound. But they make your drums sound really weird and different. Makes it so there's no echo, so your drum sound ends very abruptly, and the cymbals sound kinda weird too. But you gotta hit the drums really hard to make a sound. Then, when you take the covers off to jam, you're practically putting holes in your drumheads. If you're looking for something to muffle your drums, this is it. If you're looking for something quiet that won't change the sound, this is not it.
They do the job but after a while they tear obviously. If you hit hard like myself they will go fast, especially if your consistent with hitting your mark.