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Vic Firth Individual Drum Mutes 10 in.

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Vic Firth Individual Drum Mutes feature non-slip pure rubber for realistic action and quiet practice.

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Vic Firth Individual Drum Mutes feature non-slip pure rubber for realistic action and quiet practice.

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Snare mute

By BB the drummer

from Massena, New York

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  • Functional
  • Good Quality


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    • Practicing

    Comments about Vic Firth Individual Drum Mutes:

    Belong to a local beginner band. Been taking drum lessons for 5-1/2 years. I use mutes at home to help deaden the sound

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


    Drums are good, cymbals, not so much

    By Kevin

    from Cincinnati, OH

    Site Member

    Comments about Vic Firth Individual Drum Mutes:

    I give the drum mutes 5 stars. As long as your drums aren't angled toward you too much, they stay in place well. They have good rebound and are effective mufflers. I give the bass muffle 3 stars since it is less effective. It's awkward to take on and off and doesn't really kill the sound very much. I have to fill the bass with pillows to make it quiet. But it's the cymbal muffles that I dislike. They get 0 stars. Yes, they work, but are poorly designed. First, they're hard to take on and off, since you need to remove your wingnuts and felt washers to install/remove them. Not convenient if you switch back and forth often. Secondly, the playing area is small. If your cymbals rotate at all when you play, the rubber playing surface quickly moves out of reach. This is even worse if you leave your wingnuts off in an effort to install/remove the muffles faster. But worst of all, these tarnished my cymbals. The first time I left them in place for a couple of days and then removed them, I had an obvious dark stain on all my cymbals in the exact shape of the muffle. Not cool. Sure, you could take them off after every use, but see my previous comment about installation. Who needs that much setup/teardown time for a little practice session? These need some sort of non-corrosive backing for sure.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)



    By Keith Norris

    from Lyndonville, VT

    Comments about Vic Firth Individual Drum Mutes:

    the mutes for the toms seem to slide off a little too easy for me, for anybody who hits hard i suspect this will be the case. also the bass drum pads broke after about 5 times playing total. the bass drum pad consists of foam with 1 velcro spot to hold it onto the bass drum head and a rubber pad in the middle where the drum pedal beaters hit, i had only used double bass on this pad twice and the rubber center came unglued. the cymbal mutes are also a little unsatisfactory. they do not circle the bell, instead they sit on top, but they do not drape over the bell like they should. when you then hit the cymbal the only part of the pad touching the cymbal is the very end so all it does is sound horrible and make the sound die faster. i would recommend the solid rubber pads that are raised in the middle for toms and snare, this also improves accuracy. the clip on mute for the bass, and dymbal mutes that go over the bell and sit on the actual cymbal but do not cover the bell

    (12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)



    By Jerry Van Sant

    from Cave Creek, AZ

    Comments about Vic Firth Individual Drum Mutes:

    These mutes are super...Still retain good stick action and head feel but with a lot less noise...snare is not quite as "quiet" as the toms, but still excellent over "open" heads! My dog AND wife love them too!

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