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Gibralter Practice Bass Pad vs. Remo

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  • Gibralter Practice Bass Pad vs. Remo

    I'm planning on piecing together a DIY drum set with Remo pads, some practice cymbals, etc. etc. I was just scoping out craigslist and I saw this listing for a Gibraltar Practice Bass Pad:
    http://seattle.craigslist.org/est/msg/996373959.html

    Before seeing this I had just planned on using another Remo pad as the bass (would need to find a way to hold it in place).

    Does anyone have any experience with these Gibraltars? My main questions are if it can be taken apart and "piezo-d" much like a Remo pad would, how loud it sounds (again, in contrast with a Remo) and how much it'll move around if I leave it as is on a carpet floor. And I guess all in all is the Gibraltar pad worth the 10 extra bucks? Hahah, I'm short on cash, so I'm trying to squeeze out as much as I can with what I've got.

    Thanks for reading I appreciate any and all feedback!

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    I was going to do just that and have the Gib bass "in reserve". Looks like it's easy to take apart and should be piezo-friendly. There are a few posts aroun of folks that have done it.
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      Originally posted by allanjohn View Post
      I was going to do just that and have the Gib bass "in reserve". Looks like it's easy to take apart and should be piezo-friendly. There are a few posts aroun of folks that have done it.
      Ok thanks. I'm going to go ahead and buy it; it seems like it's worth looking into

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