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Pulse Standard Drum Mute Disk Set
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1/4" of durable neoprene rubber gives these practice disks a realistic feel with exceptional sound dampening properties, so you can practice whenever...Read More
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Practice without noise complaints.
1/4" of durable neoprene rubber gives these practice disks a realistic feel with exceptional sound dampening properties, so you can practice whenever and wherever you want. Designed to fit snugly inside the counter hoop (rim), just place the Pulse pads on your existing drumheads and you're ready to go. Includes 12", 13", 14", and 16" disks for your standard setup. Bass drum and cymbal pads not included.
Check out the Cymbal Mute Disk Set in the box of recommended products for a totally practice-friendly setup.
Practice tip: For ultra-quiet snare practice, disengage your snare wires.
- 1/4" neoprene rubber
- Fits inside counter hoop
Quiet drum practice can be yours at a great price. Order the Drum Mute Disks today.
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Well first off, I picked two sets of these in the stupid deal of the day for 1.99 each, so the price I snagged them at was great... They work great at what they are meant to do - silencing. As other reviewers have stated, they kill all tone (and volume) from the toms and you only get a slight buzz off of the snare...The only negative issue I found with them is if you have your toms angled or are a very hard hitter these will slip, I only keep my toms angled enough to stil do rim shots and they were slipping off the edge... Though I have roughed up clear heads that the pads probably can't cling to all that well...
Just got these today and they work great also got the pulse cymbal mute set also and they work great.
I recently purchased these mutes because I moved into an apt. with my friend and I wanted something quiet so it wouldn't bug the neighbors, but these mutes aren't good. You can hear close to no tone in the toms, and that's important. I am not very satisfied with these mutes.
I recieved these and thought the were fine. Provided just what they are supposed to - BUT to my surpise they provided a second valuable use!!! They fit between my cymbals in the new Pulse cymbal bag I just bought. The 16" fits between my 2 crashes, the 13" between my hat cymbals and the 12 between the hats and splash cymabal, Leaving the 14" to go where I need it later. Then I can setup my drums at the gig and throw the pads on the set and warm up a little before I get started.But the main thing is realy, they do what they are supposed to do at a fraction of the cost of the "name" brands.Pulse is good stuff so far in what I've seen and used (snare stand, cymbal stand, multi-clamps, cymbal bag, practice pads).
These things are great. They stick to the heads quite nicely (my toms aren't at a very steep angle, so they'd probably slide a bit if they were) and they seem to hold up great. The BEST thing about these is that you can really hit 'em hard, but you can still HEAR them; you can hear the tone difference between the different drums. You can even dampen the snares and still get a bit of a snare sound without being overly loud. I tried a Pearl Rhythm Traveller (I think that's right) kit with the "silent heads", and man, they were COMPLETELY silent! That was unacceptable to me, as I need to "hear" the sticks hitting SOMETHING; with no sound at all, it's like flying blind. These mutes have a decent feel, too; definitely NOT like hitting a drum head, but decent; you can even bounce a bit on them for rolls. I kinda think of these as "form and chops builders", 'cause after pounding on these for awhile, going back to the normal heads feels like you're FLYING; pretty cool. I'd only change the density of the material a bit, make it a bit harder for better "feel", but these do a great job of allowing a drummer to pound away when volume is an issue. Another cool thing: I have a small "boom box" next to the drums, and I can play along to CD's at a VERY acceptable volume; I very often play CD's louder when doing dishes in the kitchen (apartment building, of course...) than I do when drumming to them in the bedroom. So, DEFINITELY give these a try if you're in a situation like mine, or even just to bang away without needing ear plugs; it's pretty refreshing sometimes, and like I said, I really think playing with these will help build your chops. I got the cymbal mutes, too, but aren't so crazy about them, as they do TOO good a job of muting the cymbals (just a real dull "thunk" sound). Towels do a better job, so I'd suggest skipping the cymbal mutes... But these drum mutes ROCK!
There is nothing special about these mute disks except that they are cheap, and they work. There is no need to go out and spend a ton of money on mute disks, because this right here you can get and works great. The only thing I would suggest is getting the Pulse Cymbals Mute Disk Pack as well, because it doesn't make sense to mute everything else and not the cymbals.
These do an excellent job at muting both toms and snare. My only complaint is that they are a little too spongey and are not very reactive. Basically, I feel like I'm beating on a quilt. Even on the snare. For those of use that use ruffs and rolls this is quit a problem. Single tap rudiments are unaffected.