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Review: Vic Firth Drum Mutes

The Vic Firth drum mutes have been popular for a while with drummers who need an easy drum mute solution. They are pretty simple in design and straightforward in how they work. They will knock the volume of your kit down by quite a bit, but ...

Review: Evans SoundOff Drum Mutes

Drum mutes are a good way to take the sound volume of your drum kit way down, but there are some sacrifices to going this route. It's not all bad, especially if you use something like Evans SoundOff Drum Mutes. Let's take a look at what people ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Review: Roland TD-17KV Electronic Drum Kit

The Roland TD-17KV drum kit is a great mid-level kit for both it's playability and learning/practice features. For people that just want to play, this kit offers a nice selection of pads and sounds to dive right in. For those that want to learn, ...

Review: Alesis Nitro Mesh Electronic Drum Kit

Alesis has done a great job here with providing an electronic drum kit with mesh drum heads for quite an affordable price. Back when I got my first electronic drum kit, nothing like this was available for even close to this price, so I’m ...

Review: AKG K240 Studio Headphones

The AKG K240 studio headphones are a reliable, great sounding set of headphones for less than $100. They are designed to deliver a balanced sound and to be comfortable for long sessions of use. Let's take a look at what can make these a good option ...

Review: Behringer HPS3000 Studio Headphones

What? Behringer makes studio headphones for 20 bucks? That sounds kind of crazy when you think about what you might normally pay for a nice set of studio headphones. The Behringer HPS3000 studio headphones are likely the best studio type of ...

Review: Yamaha DTX450K Electronic Drum Kit

Yamaha is one of the leading names in audio and music equipment. You will see their brand name on home speaker systems, professional amps, guitars, and even electronic drums – such as the Yamaha DTX450K electronic drum kit. With the DTX450K drum ...

Review: Sony MDR7506 Studio Headphones

When you deal with music on a professional level, you cannot make do with a cheap $20 pair of headphones. You need something that offers superb sound quality with clear highs and extended lows. Studio monitor headphones need to able to reproduce ...

Review: Alesis DM10 Studio Electronic Drum Kit

Are you ready to rock? If not, you will be with the Alesis DM10 Studio Kit. This six-piece electronic drum kit is intended for both beginners and professionals. The simple setup and high-quality electronic drums give you the flexibility to develop ...

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