Drum Practice Pad Reviews

If you want to keep up your chops even when you can’t play your drum kit, you’ll want to invest in a solid practice pad. You won’t need to spend too much, a good practice pad is pretty cheap. However, there are some interesting options out there. Here’s our recommendations to get you started.
Review: Luvay Drum Practice Pad

Review: Luvay Drum Practice Pad

The Luvay 12-inch drum pad is a pretty good drum pad for the money. It's a simple, 2-sided drum pad that comes at a pretty affordable price for a 12-inch pad like this. Let's take a closer look at this one. Playability People who own this practice pad say that the top...

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Review: Evans RealFeel 2-Sided Drum Practice Pad

Review: Evans RealFeel 2-Sided Drum Practice Pad

The Evans RealFeel 2-sided practice pad is designed to offer a realistic-feeling alternative to real drums, for those that need to keep levels down at home or wherever you need to practice. Let's take a look about the good and bad of this particular drum pad. Options...

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Review: Movement Drum Co. 4-in-1 Drum Practice Pad

Review: Movement Drum Co. 4-in-1 Drum Practice Pad

The 4-in-1 drum practice pad from Movement Drum Co. offers flexibility and portability that many other drum pads don't offer, but it also comes at a slightly higher price. It's a worthy buy for drummers who want the features it offers, so let's take a look at what's...

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Why Silent Drumming?

I'm a serial apartment drummer, having lived in apartments for the last 15 years or so and trying to keep up my drumming chops at the same time.

As a result I've become pretty good at hiding my drumming from my neighbors and not annoying them in general, while playing drums as much as I want to, when I want to.

I didn't make it happen overnight, I had to learn a few techniques to silence drums and keep the noise down. I cover everything I learned here, plus compile in more info from other sources around the Web.