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Practice kits are ideal for those looking for a low-volume alternative to a regular acoustic drum kit. Using mesh heads with low-volume cymbals or rubber pads, Practice Drum Kits & Practice Pad Kits make practice a multi-dimensional experience, great for all levels of players.
Practice kits are ideal for those looking for a low-volume alternative to a regular acoustic drum kit. Using mesh heads with low-volume cymbals or rubber pads, Practice Drum Kits & Practice Pad Kits make practice a multi-dimensional experience, great for all levels of players.Gear4music cover all purchases with a competitive warranty and money-back guarantee.
Practice Drum Kits are great for developing technique when space is limited. They are also ideal for when noise is an issue. Coming with mesh heads and low-volume cymbals, which are around 80% quieter than acoustic drum kits, practice kits allow you to improve your general flow and speed around the kit quietly. A practice kit aids in a greater technique over time too, which can be applied to an unsilenced acoustic kit whenever you need to.
Practice kits are designed specifically to develop technique, so they tend not to be designed with full acoustic tone in mind. However, you can replace low-volume cymbals with regular ones simply, as they still need the same hardware parts acoustic cymbals need like felts and sleeves etc. You can also replace the mesh heads with regular drumheads, but some practice kits with thinner shells won’t produce the full, regular acoustic kit you might expect.
Practice kits accommodate all levels of drummers as they are for improving technique, independence and warming up – something every drummer works on! Professional musicians use Practice Kits before their shows to warm up as they don’t make as much noise, disturbing the other players backstage. They also work well for teachers looking for a kit that their students can play whilst listening to a click or backing track.