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Evans RFBass Bass Pedal Practice Pad

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RFBass Bass Pedal Practice Pad (Pedal not included)

  • Realistic rebound, for all standard single and double pedals
  • Sturdy build
  • Collapsible pad
Size 5"
Extras Bass Drum Pad
Stand Mount No
Item number 220469
£58
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
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Does its job well
TheRealJussi 10.02.2020
I've used this in my apartment and it works fine. You can easily muffle the sound by setting a hand towel or something over it
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The HQ/RealFeel/Evans standard quality
Anonymous 25.05.2016
What would you expect from a product of this brand? Nothing less than what it delivers! This HQ/RealFeel/Evans bass drum practice pad features extreme playability, excellent rebound, allows for portability and silent practice. It is quite easy to set-up and unmount thanks to a smart unfolding technology that is now becoming the standard for this kind of products: less mass, less weight to carry around! Don't be fooled by appearance, though: the structure is heavy-duty, and once set-up stays perfectly in place, even under the most ungraceful legs. One positive note about the product is that the surface of the pad itself can be replaced in case of wearing or loss: just look for the Evans RFBASSR Replacement Pad! The only negative note about the HQ Percussion RFBass Bass Pedal Practice Pad is that its price doesn't make this useful product accessible to a young student's finances, which is a pity, since there are little or no cheaper alternatives for products of this kind: luckily, Thomann is soon providing one, so watch out for the Millenium BDP-S Bass Drum Practice Pad when it becomes available again!
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Practice makes perfect
AlanC 26.05.2013
If you want to practice bass drum technique without annoying the neighbours, then this is the thing to have. Its a practice pad made up with a rubber pad that gives an attack/rebound as if playing the bass drum + can be folded up + transported to be used as practice before going on stage. Altogether, essentail if looking to improve on your bass drum technique at home or out gigging.
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No go. Better alternatives.
Less is more. 12.05.2019
It makes noise & it will move (!) and 'slip slide away' because of the low weight. So use it while pushing it against a wall, or attache it on a piece of wooden floor and enjoy the tapping sound (of the neighbours). *Joking*
NO. There are better alternatives, like a muffled/taped traveller kit for example, which you can use for home practicing, rehearsals and small gigs.
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