Drumeo P4 Pat Petrillo Practice Pad

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Practice Pad

  • Divided into three levels and four different playing surfaces
  • The levels have similar rebound properties, such as a snare (black zone), a tom / hihat (blue zone) or a stagnant tome (gray zone) or ride cymbal (red zone)
Available since December 2011
Item number 273762
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Size 12"
Extras 4 Zones
Stand Mount No
£84
Including VAT; Excluding £10 shipping
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Glad I chose this to start practicing with
ToothsomeTommy 09.01.2022
There are definitely cheaper and more basic pads out there, but the concept of Drumeo P4 is a pretty solid one. I didn't know what difference 4 pads instead of 1 would make but if you're someone getting started, I'd say this is a must-have, as the different pads produce different sounds when you hit them, so you immediately know when you've made a mistake when practising. I feel like this feature is going to help me learn so much faster, just because I can catch myself hitting it with the wrong hand before it sets in as muscle memory. Very well made as well, and rather travel-friendly. Super happy with my purchase (:
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It works for me very well
Zuzi 18.12.2020
It is not cheap, but it is worth it for the practices I do. I use for example the grey surface to practice when everyone sleeps. I use the black/brown with my weak hand so it needs to work harder than the other - because these surfaces are less bouncy. The blue is an usual practice pad surface. All in all it's great to have so many choices on one pad.
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Not cheap, but worth it.
Sean M. 28.05.2013
I bought the LP4 after hearing some good things about it. I was after a large practice pad and stumbled across this one. Its different to others because of the different playing surfaces. They each have a different bounce, sound, and overall feel. It makes practicing rudiments a bit more interesting as you can play patterns around the different surfaces. Overall i really do like it and prefer it to pads with just the one surface type. I thought it might be a bit of a gimmick but it really does make things a bit more interesting. Not the cheapest, but worth it in my opinion.
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WOULD REALLY RECOMMEND!
HugoTheLab 19.02.2020
At first i thought this pad was over rated, but when i played around with it for a while it really grew on me. I would really recommend this practice pad, the 4 pads are really helpful at coming up with ideas for fills if you don't have a kit around. The different pads have different feels... one has a weaker bounce than the other which can really help perfecting your rudiments.
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