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Hard hitters will love the sound and durability.
A bright response and wealth of user-friendly features add up to a truly remarkable set of snare wires.
No drummer should gig without Zildjian Cymbal Felts. Protects cymbals from damage and ensures optimal sound.
Padded, heavy-duty Cordura bag with shoulder strap, two side handles, extra heavy-duty zippers with protective...
Zildjian Drumsticks are made from only the highest quality U.S. Select Hickory and Maple woods. Zildjian...
Neil Peart's Autograph Series Drum Sticks from Pro-Mark. The drummer for Rush has chosen the oak 747 wood tip.
The head that changed the world in 1957, now for toms.
10 mil film head uses Remo's new Pressure Dampening Profile system. A strip of permanently mounted acoustic...
The EMAD Onyx utilizes a single ply of 10-mil black film with an improved EMAD damping ring and a micro-clear...
2-ply heads with internal tone rings and Snap-on dampening system for power and tonal control.
Dampen overtones in non-reflective style.
The EQ4 bass drum heads has a punch, solid attack, more low-end and a larger non-removable muffle ring.
Every drummer has great reasons for gearing up, whether that means getting transportation equipment for a cross-country tour, customizing the sound of your cans or even just taking care of routine maintenance. Despite the pounding they take on the stage, drums are still precision instruments after all, and that means taking care of them. Gearing up with the right accessories is the first step to ensuring that you and your drums deliver the top performance at every gig.With that in mind, your first priority will probably be the accessories that have a direct impact on your drumming. Personalization is one of the perks of owning a drum set, so don't be shy about making it your own with new drum heads, tone control rings, kickports and other modifications. You'll also find a great selection of drum sticks here, so you can look for a set with just the right weight, balance and tip shape to create exactly the sort of sound you're looking for with every tap.Of course, before you can begin to play your drums, you've got to get them to the venue in the first place. That's why it pays to pick out your cases carefully - and there are all kinds to choose from here. One great example is the SKB Roto-X: it's a molded drum case that manages to be seriously tough while light on weight, so you won't have trouble carrying it and its contents where they need to go.After you get to the location of your gig and start setting up, it's time to take out the tuners and drum keys. Accessories like these will help you make sure that your drums sound just right during the show. There's gear here for between shows as well, like practice pads and rhythm watches for brushing up on your technique. You could even combine the two concepts with something like the Roland RMP-5 Rhythm Coach.There are so many different kinds of drum accessories that it's always the right time to use one or another. Whether you're onstage, at home, on the road or at practice, you'll always be doing yourself a favor when you have the drum accessories that you need to push your performance to the next level.