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    I am looking for a new practice pad.....any suggestions on what pad gives the most "drum like feel"......?????

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    I like the Evans 2-Sided Practice Pad.
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    I like the Real Feel pads.
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    Real Feel????

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    I use a 10" Remo that I fouond on craigs list for $5.00. It was in good shape, and I like that I can use it on a stand or just by itself, and you can adjust the tension on the head. Works for me when I don't have the time to sit on my set and play. Helps keep the chops limber. And at almost 60, I can use all the help that I can get................lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by veafer View Post
    I use a 10" Remo that I fouond on craigs list for $5.00. It was in good shape, and I like that I can use it on a stand or just by itself, and you can adjust the tension on the head. Works for me when I don't have the time to sit on my set and play. Helps keep the chops limber. And at almost 60, I can use all the help that I can get................lol
    I also own a 10" Remo..............it is considered the old standard.
    Many drummers use this product...............but it is loud compared to others.
    In addition, I recently acquired a 6" Vic Firth..............it is much quieter and a bit softer than the Remo.
    I like them both.
    And both have adaptors on the back so you can mount to a cymbal stand, if you wish.
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    I use the 12" vic firth single side. Very quiet pad with good rebound. Not too springy.
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    Real Feel on a PDP snare stand ...

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    RealFeel ... I use a Neepad mostly.
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