Remo Muff L Ring Control Single 22 In

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The plastic O-ring tray, when used by itself, provides moderate tone control and partial muffling.


 
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RemoMuff L Ring Control
 
4.0

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4.0

Bought Second after installing First Ring

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from Lancaster,Pa

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      Comments about Remo Muff L Ring Control:

      Very easy to install. 16"floor-tom sound is great with ring. Decided to purchase second ring for my 14"mtd. tom. I needed both drums to quiet down a bit due to slight ring. I donot need that sort of high tonal effect when playing. I play for a 18pc.BigBand and you really do not need all that high tonal effect when you have nothing to quiet the sound. For me I like the sound I have now with rings.

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      4.0

      A "Must Have" for Traps A400

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      from Chicago, IL

      Comments about Remo Muff L Ring Control:

      I use a 20" Remo Muff L Ring on the batter side of my Traps A400 kick drum and it is the ONLY thing that has worked to make this drum sound decent. There is only about a 4" space between the batter and the res head and if you stick anything inside (blanket, pillow, etc.), the drum sound becomes nothing better than a kicking a cardboard box. With the foam ring and tray pressing against the batter head, you get just enough dampening to produce a nice "thump" without loosing the tonality of the drum...a small investment which pays big dividends.

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