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HQ Percussion Adjustable Snare Ecopad
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With rubber made from recycled tires and a base made from residual wood waste materials, the 9" Adjustable Snare EcoPad provides a great-feeling prac...Click To Read More About This Product
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Practice your drum chops on a pad composed of recycled materials.
With rubber made from recycled tires and a base made from residual wood waste materials, the 9" Adjustable Snare EcoPad provides a great-feeling practice surface without killing more trees. Its snare-sound simulator is easily adjustable for dialing in the desired amount of snare response... or turning it off completely. The pad has an 8mm-threaded insert on the bottom for mounting to most standard cymbal stands or to the HQ practice pad stand. It also has a soft foam bottom so it can rest on a tabletop or snare drum without damaging the surface.
- Rubber made from recycled tires
- Base made from residual wood waste materials
- 9" across
- Snare-sound simulator adjustable for the amount of snare response
- 8mm-threaded insert on the bottom for mounting to most standard cymbal stands or to the HQ practice pad stand
- Soft foam bottom
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This is really good to be the first recycled snare pad. The best thing about it is the adjustable snare,you can adjust it to your liking of the sound. From plane pad to snare pad. Second the rubber made from tires is great, it gives a great response. This pad has great quality and is very tough. Also you can use both snare and cymbal stand for it. This 2in1 snare pad will save you $.
This pad has good quick response as you'd expect. I was curious how they could make a "snare" sound out of it, but it works pretty well. I found to get a big snare-buzz you had to leave the adjustments wide open loose (it's done with some sort of pellets on a metal plate). It can't compare to a real snare of course but if you need some extra sound to a pad this helps, and needs no electronics.