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Remo Practice Pad  

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The 10" tunable Remo drum practice pad is equipped with a tunable drumhead and can is mountable on any flat surface and most cymbal stands. Requires ...Read More

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      Practice for hours without anyone yelling at you or beating on the wall.

      The 10" tunable Remo drum practice pad is equipped with a tunable drumhead and can is mountable on any flat surface and most cymbal stands. Requires 1/4" x 20" threaded cymbal post.

      FEATURES
      • 10" in diameter
      • Tunable
      • Can be used on any flat surface
      • Mounts on most cymbal stands

      Get this thing and get busy working on your technique.

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      RemoPractice Pad
       
      4.3

      (based on 15 reviews)

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      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Poor Mans Electric Set

      It may be prematurely, but I rated this pad a 10 overall. I just got this a few weeks ago to experiment with a Pulse Percussion Red Hots DR-1 Drum Trigger. A band...Read complete review

      It may be prematurely, but I rated this pad a 10 overall. I just got this a few weeks ago to experiment with a Pulse Percussion Red Hots DR-1 Drum Trigger. A band mate of mine has a Roland Drum module with an Alesis set and the triggers were going out along with the mesh heads. Anyways, I hooked up the trigger, connected to The Module and so far, works great, fire every time. He was impressed enough that he ordered 5 more Remo 10" practice heads along with the Pulse Red Hot triggers. Also, it appears that any 10" drum head will work if you ever need to replace the original "practice pad" heads (there is an approx. 1/4" foam pad inside along with another drum head disc cut to fit between foam and drum head for extra durability). For now, saves quite a bit of money and hopefully will do the job when it's time to record drum tracks again.

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      After a short While.

      I bought this from my local music shop. I tend to use a lot of rim shots in my playing, just trying to scare people. And to make it seem a little more.....Read complete review

      I bought this from my local music shop. I tend to use a lot of rim shots in my playing, just trying to scare people. And to make it seem a little more....um...surprising. The shots kill the rim after a while. It took about three months with constant shots, to finally break off a chunk of the rim about three inches long. I liked it until the piece of rim smacked my face. Don't use too many shots if you want it to last. Get the ones from Vic Firth or Ludwig.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Remo Tuneable Practice Pads

      By R. Kenny

      from presently Ontario, Canada

      Comments about Remo Practice Pad:

      I first came across the Remo Products in the late 1950's. Have several different sizes of these pads and have found them quite satisfactory for tensioning, response, and tone. To quiet them down, if need be. try surfacing with gum-type rubber (cut it to fit). There are many types of drum pads to make or purchase - which I've also done, but REMO pads are definitely my favorite. When I teach, I always use the Remo Tuneable Pad because of the "cleaness" of the sound.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      2.0

      Do Not Waste Your Money

      By TheDrummer-M_AW5

      from San Diego

      Comments about Remo Practice Pad:

      I bought this pad when i first started drumming 2 years ago. When I first bought it I thought that it was really awesome, but when I used it, it was way too loud, and when you play hard on it it starts spinning and doing some weird flips. I recommend the Vater Double sided pad 10 times more than this.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      eh...

      By abrowns54

      from albuquerque, nm

      Comments about Remo Practice Pad:

      This practice pad is alright but it doesnt have any rebound at all! Really loud, and if you tighten it it pulls the outsides up and its uneven and bounces around. If your in marching band don't get it! Its alright for a drumset though... kind of.

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      4.0

      a little too loud

      By koalainfestation20

      from Cullowhee, NC

      Comments about Remo Practice Pad:

      I thought this was a pretty decent pad, not to expensive, and just a pretty standard pad. My only problem with it is that is a very loud practice pad, which is bad for me (I'm in a dorm). So I'm definitely looking into a rubber pad of some kind.

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      5.0

      Awesome

      By WAR-KSc2C

      from St.CLair MI

      Comments about Remo Practice Pad:

      This is a very nice practice pad and cheap too. I like it very much based on its rebound and bounce-action. Its not too bouncy and not too tight (so it doesnt bounce) overall i love it.The one thing I dislike about it is that its not as quiet as most practice pad. Still its quiet, but not as quiet as some desire.Still, buy it! I recommend it to beginners, advanced players, experts, and pros!

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      5.0

      Poor Mans Electric Set

      By Steve da Drummer Dude

      from Brookings, OR

      Comments about Remo Practice Pad:

      It may be prematurely, but I rated this pad a 10 overall. I just got this a few weeks ago to experiment with a Pulse Percussion Red Hots DR-1 Drum Trigger. A band mate of mine has a Roland Drum module with an Alesis set and the triggers were going out along with the mesh heads. Anyways, I hooked up the trigger, connected to The Module and so far, works great, fire every time. He was impressed enough that he ordered 5 more Remo 10" practice heads along with the Pulse Red Hot triggers. Also, it appears that any 10" drum head will work if you ever need to replace the original "practice pad" heads (there is an approx. 1/4" foam pad inside along with another drum head disc cut to fit between foam and drum head for extra durability). For now, saves quite a bit of money and hopefully will do the job when it's time to record drum tracks again.

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      5.0

      Fantastic

      By neil-peart

      from Salt Lake City

      Comments about Remo Practice Pad:

      I bought this practice pad for school and it has a nice sound for a practice pad. I've used it for two years now and it is still in good condition. I recommend this for beginners.

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      4.0

      Great practice pad

      By ramones_chic620

      from Houston,tx

      Comments about Remo Practice Pad:

      It's a great for practicing and it isn't too loud. It has a bouncing effect. It works well!!!

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      5.0

      Great Product

      By Fallenangel03

      from West Bloomfield, MI

      Comments about Remo Practice Pad:

      It is really durable and works well

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      5.0

      Won't Work on...

      By JD-zykoJ

      from Chile

      Comments about Remo Practice Pad:

      Where it says it will work on "most cymbals stands", it's not true. Thread in most cymbals does not reach the top, therefore there's no way to thread the Pad to "most cymbals". In fact it requires a special, REMO stand, which is listed on a leaflet inside the box.But if you can live with that - as I did - you'll find this Pad puts all others around to shame. I own a Pearl practice pad and a rubber "snare head" pad, and the REMO beats them hands down, it's extremely good. Too bad the promotional literature is NOT accurate regarding the "cymbal stands" department.

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