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Old 12-28-2008, 04:44 PM
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What do you use to practice quietly?
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Old 12-28-2008, 08:42 PM
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I have a set of Vic Firth drum mutes, but i'm not too fond of it, because you are hitting pieces of rubber. That feels very bad, comparing to normal heads.

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practice...quietly?

wait..
what?

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practice...quietly?

wait..
what?

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He means how you practice, and your parents/neighbours/wife don't get deaf??
If you do that, the question is how do you do that?
Do you understand?? ;-)

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He means how you practice, and your parents/neighbours/wife don't get deaf??
If you do that, the question is how do you do that?
Do you understand?? ;-)

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Ahhh, that is most admireable Grasshopper...but the real question isn't how do you practice quietly............But rather how quietly do you practice.
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I just use my drum pad either on my lap or in my snare stand...my wife does not mind it at all and it keeps me learning
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Old 01-02-2009, 06:32 PM
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my parents and neighbors are cool with me playin, so..i guess im lucky..lol

but like, if im working on snare licks or whatever, ill use my drum pad..

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