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Last Generator KikBriks Available

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Generator LLC announced the last run of KikBrik bass drum dampers.

After two years off the market, a very limited number of KikBriks are available until they are gone. If you missed out on a KikBrik when they were sold through drum dealers, this is your last chance.

These are hand-made, new KikBriks. Based on acoustical science, the KikBrik is a physical drumhead damper as well as an acoustic absorber of unwanted overtones (harmonic ringing). Uniquely shaped contact-point ends dampen one or both heads for the perfect sound, according to the company

Generator highlights the following points:
• Consistently great kick drum sound, works well with all drumheads
• Easy to reposition for different sounds (Velcro included)
• Predictable results on nearly any kick with nearly any microphone
• No fiberglass or foam / uses safe “Green” core material (high-density recycled cotton)

Three standard sizes: 14", 16", 18" lengths (equal to bass drum head-to-head depth) are now available for a limited time on eBay (search “KikBrik”).
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