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    Anybody using either hart or pintech cymbal strike pads on metal cymbals. If so what are they made out of, the same material as say a sp, vic firth, or vater cymbal mutes? I need a quiet realistic solution to quiet my ride
    Last edited by hemiboy; 01-08-15, 10:32 PM.

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    I discuss the strike pads of both companies in my, you guessed it, dD Mag article in the Feb 2011 issue:

    I'd also read the May 2011 issue on crashes:

    While I talk about the cymbals, I also put them in the context of how the play with strike pads.

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      couldnt find a hart even though I looked extensively, so I bought a pintech