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Offworld Percussion Invader V3 Practice Pad-Red Rim

Brand: Offworld Percussion

$61.95

Item: #260791
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Now available with a visually striking red roto-molded rim!

Representing years of on-field research and innovation, the Invader V3 boasts a slick, other-worldly design like no other drum practice pad on the planet. Featuring a truly 360°, stick saving RIM element and a newly formulated playing surface with a feel and articulation you have to experience to believe.

..."For those concerned with working their quality of sound and right to left balance, check out the INVADER by OffWorld Percussion. This is easily the most articulate sounding pad I‘ve ever played... allows you to hear very clearly at even the lowest dynamic. It also has a great look... not too big, not too small, and even a Rim to boot!"... Murray Gusseck Santa Clara Vanguard, Tap Space Publications

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Erik K: reviews online Dec 5, 2012
Deborah O: My son auditioned for a drum corp. During the auditions he got to try out this pad and loved it! Nov 19, 2012
Bari W: It has great qualities and is good for advanced percussionists. Nov 3, 2012
Deborah M: early xmas gift for my nephew - his request Oct 29, 2012
Dave M: feels just like an actual drum Oct 21, 2012
Ka T: It was recommended to me Dec 2, 2011
Mary S: My son is a college level drummer and wanted to keep his "chops" Dec 1, 2011
Paul N: My 3 roommates are percussionists in the University of Arkansas marching band, and they all told me that this drum pad was the best pad they'd ever played on. Nov 28, 2011
Patrick W: Daughter specifically requested this item, she plays in Trojan Band Nov 26, 2011
Malik N asked: is this practice pad quiet? Jul 6, 2012
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Austin S: It is somewhere between the old remo tunables and an HQ real feel. It's quiet enough to keep your housemates sane, but you can still potentially wake them up at night if you don't have a couple of closed doors between you and them. Also, you will definitely notice some wearing on your ears if you play full volume for a long time, especially if you use the rim element. Invader has a mouse pad like thing that you can put over it to quiet it down, but you'll also soften the feel quite a bit. The trade off for the louder volume is that this thing feels awesome. Jul 26, 2012
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Adam BStaff: If you are looking for a quiet pad I would suggest getting something with gum rubber. The material on the Invader practice pads are designed to give good stick definition and resemble the kind of feeling you get when you play on a high tension marching snare head. Jul 9, 2012
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Benjamin P: This pad is not a quiet one. It is worth the extra noise though because it feels very close to an actual drum. It feels better than any gum rubber or any other more quiet pad i've come across. But if you're just looking for a quiet pad I would not choose it. Jul 10, 2012
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Tara V: No, unfortunately it's a little loud which is the only negative thing I can say about it. Aside from that, it's the best drum pad we've ever used. Jul 9, 2012
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Matt C: Not super quiet like the soft side of an hq pad, but you can hear everything clearly indoors and outdoors. Jul 9, 2012
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Phillip D: it is quieter than a drum...but as far as practice pads go i've played on quieter ones Jul 19, 2012
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John Z: No, this is not a quiet practice pad. Jul 9, 2012
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