Excuse if I'm reviving and old thread:
Originally Posted by D. Rumble
I jumped on these Cympads as soon as I saw them, hoping it would solve the age-old problem of felts not being completely flat/even and the angle of a cymbal changing when the cymbal and felt rotate. Turned out it was even worse with the Cympads. The foam is almost like memory foam. When your cymbal is angled, the pad gets compressed on the side towards which the cymbal is angled. Much more so than a felt. So then when your cymbal and the pad rotate while playing, the cymbal gets angled in all kinds of weird directions. It was pretty disastrous.
I've now figured out that DW felts are the most consistently flat and most durable.
Anyway, here's where you can get the colored felts: http://2112online.com/newstore/parts...al-stand-felts
Steve Smith, Thomas Lang, Antonio Sánchez, Stacey Lamont Sydnor, Rich Redmond, Nate Morton, Gordon Campbell, Tony Braunagel, Brendan Buckley, Roland Garcia, Taku Hirano, Pete Lockett, Dave Mattacks, Sammy Merendino, Stephen Perkins, Felix Pollard, Toto Oznantek, Stanley Randolph, Walfredo Reyes Jr., Bobby Rondinelli, Swiss Chris. They are all excellent, professional drummers żok? So, żare they using or were they using a piece of equipment that is wrong, useless or doesn't function?
Good question żuh?