Remo Dynamo 3-Pack Hole Saver

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Protect your heads when you record.

Remo Dynamo Hole Savers are easy-to-apply microphone hole templates. They allow the bass drum to be ported for a dry sound, and provides for repeated microphone placement without fear of ripping the exposed edge of the microphone hole. Sizes 5", 7", and 9".

The last place you need to deal with a torn head is in the studio. Order now and record your drums the right way!

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Great re-usable template!

By Harry-E3Mhm

from Denver, CO

Comments about Remo Dynamo 3-Pack Hole Saver:

I bought this to cut a hole in my bass drum resonant head and it worked great! They come with adhesive already on them and you get three different sizes. You merely place them on the head where they stick in place while you cut. Use a good sharp knife (like an X-acto knife). When you're done, pull the template off, stick it back onto its original packaging and save it for use again. This makes a much nicer cut than using the old method of placing a steel coffee can full of hot charcoal onto the drum head to essentially "melt" a hole through it. And forget a free-hand cut - it'll look like one. Spend a few bucks and buy this. It'll save you time, grief, and in the end, money because you won't trash expensive bass drum heads!

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Pretty darn good

By Johann

from Ohio

Comments about Remo Dynamo 3-Pack Hole Saver:

I must say, before I used these templates, I went through 5 bass drums heads before I got a perfect hole. Now I can do it on every try. :)

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