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« Remo Putty Pad »

Publié le 01/11/11 à 15:00
The Remo Putty Pad rocks for two reasons: one it is a drum pad that you can make as big or as small as you like and two it is very similar to Silly Putty!

It comes packaged in a reasonable small plastic tube.

I received it as a free gift for attending a drum clinic at Sam Ash music in New Jersey.

It goes anywhere. Great for shows, home practice anything.

When not using it as a pad you can mold it like Silly Putty and it loosens up and strengthens your hand, fingers and forearm.

It will get dirty if it is not used on a clean surface. But they are cheap so it is not the end of the world to replace them. I believe they are $12 or so.

Cool neon red color. As it warms up you lose some of the rebound. It will grip, but not stick to a surface.

A cool invention for drummers. No need to carry a bulky practice pad around. This fits it your pocket and will take less than a minute to construct.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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