Moongel Damper PadStock code: 56781
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- Self-adhesive gel sticks to most percussion instruments to eliminated unwanted resonance and get the sound you desire
- Low-cost and simple to use
- Removable and reusable
Moongel is the world's most highly acclaimed resonance control device ever designed. It is effective, simple and versatile. Most damping options for drums involve physically attaching hardware dampers or using sticky tape on your drum-head, both of which make it difficult, or time consuming, to get the desired result (and can dammage the head). You can simply move Moongel to a different place on a drum or, if need be, cut it up to very quickly get the perfect result. When only the most effective means of controlling a percussion instrument's sound will do, percussionists turn to the Moongel Damper Pad.
The self-adhesive gel sticks to the surface of drums, cymbals, and most percussion instruments. By simply moving the damper pad around the surface, you can eliminate any unwanted resonance, and obtain the exact sound the situation demands. The damper pad is washable and will retain its stickiness for years of service.
The Moongel Damper Pad is made from a soft non-toxic gel, and is packaged in a durable plastic container. Drummers and sound studios around the world utilize this award-winning product.
The Moongel Damper Pad can be cut to any desirable size for those situations that call for a minimum amount of damping. For maximum resonance control place one damper pad at 12 o'clock or 6 o'clock, and a second damper pad at 3 o'clock or 9 o'clock.
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An essential accessory
Posted on 05/10/2012 by Noel
This stuff is sheer genius. Just slam it on any of your toms or snare and it takes away all that horrible ringing. No longer will you be taping down pieces of tissue, or spending hours tuning. Every drummer should have this!
Superb for studio or live
Posted on 04/09/2012 by Nick
A great accessory if you're in one of those tricky situations at a sound check and the engineer asks you to take the ringing out of your snare/tom-tom. Short of fiddling with the tuning for half an hour, just whack one of these bad boys on the side of the skin and away you go! When you're finished, just peel off and give them a rinse every once in a while - it's that simple! They leave no residue, no sticky marks and are reusable, just as long as you take care of them. Plus they are great value for money!