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Mimics the feel of a contemporary marching snare drum at a quiet volume. A great pad for any drum line player.
Expressive artist-designed exterior.
The great-feeling, tunable mesh drumhead has an integrated pad and brain for more effective practice. 54 PCM...
A wonderful practice motivator that improves your timing. It can be used standalone or with a tunable practice...
Play your drums with the same expression and feel, without being loud.
Plastic practice cymbals in four popular sizes.
Low-cost RealFeel model provides more bounce, making rudimental practice easier when you're starting out. 7"...
Get your bass drum technique together with the BD-10 bass practice pad. It has a universal fit for all pedals,...
Most drummers have experienced the problem of practicing in apartments or late at night. Drums are loud and...
Play your kit with the same expression and feel without being loud. Each mute is specifically designed to...
Build skills without hassling your roommates or neighbors.
Learn to play the most complex rhythms with total accuracy and great feel.
Allows players to practice on their normal drum sets quietly.
Your craft should never be limited by any noise restrictions so practice pads make it possible to hammer out your beats with reckless abandon, no matter the hour of the evening. Slide some pads onto your toms and snare and you can wail away to your heart's content. Maybe you just need an effective way to warm up before a big gig. Most pads can be easily stashed and brought out in the green room to help get you ready to give the performance of a lifetime. The material constructions vary but most offer you a remarkably equivalent surface to thrash upon. Neoprene, when placed on your kit, allows you to enjoy an authentic drum feel with the added ability to feel the bounce of the drum head. Rubber is also a popular material choice as the natural bounce closely mimics that of a synthetic drum head. Free standing pads offer a chance to practice and develop your skill, even if you are located in a bustling apartment building. The sound is negligible but the set-up is exactly the same as a conventional kit. Your fills, crescendos and even polyrhythms can be worked out and perfected before you ever hit the stage. Once you sit down with a traditional kit you'll be ready for action. Knee practice pads are the ideal variety for the beginner or enthusiast. You can easily travel with this compact unit and bust out a beat that may pop into your head suddenly. They're great for the creative spirit and help you hone your skill on a basic level, building your beats gradually so you can soon master the whole drum kit. Looking to take your practice to the next level? Tunable pads are the next logical step as beautifully displayed by the Remo 5-piece practice set. Offering even more versatility, these pads look exactly like an authentic kit but with a fraction of the noise. You can still hear your signature beats and customize to your liking without waking up the neighborhood. The more you play the better you'll sound. Time between gigs can sometimes feel a bit long so drum pads allow you to exercise your talent even in tight quarters. When you hit the stage, you'll be well rehearsed, warmed up and ready to showcase your notorious solos.