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Old 07-03-09, 02:04 AM   #1
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These beaters have a unique design compared to the type most commonly seen. This design features a denser head than what most players are used to playing with, giving you the ability to make strong more defined down beats and allowing you to create subtle off beats with the ability to achieve different tone using different areas of the playing surface. The beater shaft is made from premium Oak round stock with a natural finish. The head colors are currently offered in the Dark Blue shown and Dark Brown.

I have had many comments on these beaters on how easy it is to play complex rhythms with much less work, Once you get use to the feel of them they are very enjoyable to play.

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Adam

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nice one.. those beaters will truly muffle the sound of the bass drum to its best.. Hope i can use one of it in my drumming lessons..

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