Hey drummers, let’s take a look at two great low-volume solutions for your drum kit: Zildjian’s L80 low-volume cymbals, and Remo’s Silentstroke drumheads. Between these cymbals and drumheads, you can drastically reduce the volume of your drum set for practice or intimate performance spaces.
Zildjian L80 low-volume cymbals sound like Zildjian cymbals, just much quieter. The key is the perforation pattern, which reduces volume while maintaining the tone and feel of real cymbals.
Remo’s Silentstroke drumheads serve a similar purpose for your drums. These mesh heads maintain much of the feel of normal drumheads, so you can practice rudiments at a much lower volume while maintaining the response you’re accustomed to.
These are great practice solutions, and the cymbals in particular are suitable for performance if you find yourself playing in a small, intimate setting that would normally become overwhelmed with full-volume cymbals. Thanks for watching – click the links below for all the info on Zildjian L80 cymbals and Remo Silentstroke drumheads!
Get Zildjian L80 low-volume cymbals here: http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/LV468
Get Remo Silentstroke drumheads here: http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/PP2310SN