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RamPad 10" Orchestral Practice Pad

Model # RP-OR-001 By: Rampad
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  • Overview

    • Mylar Playing Surface
    • Real Hoop And Tension Rods
    • Aerospace Polymer Base Material
    • Sounds/Feels Like The Real Thing
    • 10" Playing Surface
    • Mimics Concert Snare Drums
  • Item Details

    This RamPad will ship to you in a randomly chosen color.

    RamPad; sounds and feels like an actual drum. It is the only practice pad on the market that uses a Mylar head, real drum parts, steel hoop and tension rods, and aerospace polymer materials for its base.

    The end result is a great sounding and durable pad that has a long performance life.

    RamPad; is the most useful rehearsal tool for solo and ensemble situations.

    When communication with the conductor and other musicians is critical, RamPad; delivers crisp articulation for an audible and productive indoor rehearsal.

    Other products do not deliver a true to life experience and force the drummer to modify their approach and style.

    The techniques you use in practice should be the same you use when in performance, and RamPad; will help you achieve the consistency you're looking for.
  • Specifications

    Name RamPad 10" Orchestral Practice Pad
    Brand Rampad
    Model # RP-OR-001
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    Number of Orchestra Bells
    Number of Crotales
    Number of Vibes
    Number of Chimes
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    Number of Xylophones
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    Number of Timpani Sets
    Includes Rhythm Section
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    Practice Pad OptionsSingle-Sided, No Rim
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    Includes Tuning Slide Trigger
    Marching Tuba Type
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    Includes Head
    Is Mountable
    Bowl Material 
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    Is Tiltable
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    Base Type
    Is Height Adjustable 
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  • Returns & Shipping


    If you're not completely satisfied with your purchase you can return it to us within 30 days for a full refund, store credit, or a one-for-one exchange, on nearly everything in the store. The products must be in the condition in which you received them, in the original box and packaging.

    To see instructions on how to return items, please check out our Return Policy.


    Every single order that goes out the door has a tracking number that will be emailed to you, and all of it is completely insured. Everything is carefully packed by hand - we know just how delicate this stuff can be, and how important it is to you.

    We ship from centrally-located Dallas, Texas. Howdy y'all!

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    • December 1, 2012
    • by Robert P.
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    • Michael Moran
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    • Rampad
    • December 1, 2010
    • by Michael Moran
    • My son bought this pad and within a week while adjusting it the plastic base broke. Contacted the company and basically told me what an idiot my son was the way he adjusted the pad. He then tried to sell me in buying another base for about $30. Real compassionate!!! Save your money, frustration, and aggravation!!!!
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    • Frank Ramos
    • O.C. area, Ca
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    • Rampad RP-001
    • June 4, 2009
    • by Frank Ramos
    • Best pad i have ever played on in my 7years drumming it really feels like playing on a real drum with out having to deal with the loudness of the real drumI recommend this to every one this pad is perfection
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    • Ryan
    • Minnesota
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    • Rampad RP-001
    • June 4, 2009
    • by Ryan
    • I've had the opportunity to chop out pretty extensively on the rampad recently and here are my thoughts:pros:•The biggest advantage this pad has over most other pads is the super tight articulation at low volume levels. When I play anything at 6" or lower, the overall sound produced by the stick hitting the pad is the immediate attack, and it is very clear and short-duration sound. At above 6", the sound becomes a little bit more 'full' and less 'attacky', if that makes sense.•Possible to play good sounding buzz rolls.•Light weight. I was expecting the pad to be heavy because it looks pretty bulky, but it is surprisingly light. The pad is designed to be mounted to a snare stand, but I was able to play with it sitting on a drum with out much trouble. If I played really aggressively and loud, the pad starts to bounce around a little bit. It is also possible to play with the pad on your lap, despite the slightly thicker profile than most drum pads.•Timbre variation. As you change playing zones on the pad, the timbre changes, much in the same way as when playing on an actual snare drum. If your bead placement is terrible, you will hear it because the sound will change as your beads 'wander' around the drum pad.cons:•It is loud! Your parents will probably not appreciate you playing on this pad at 1am in the morning. With that said, I understand that RamPad is coming out with a much quieter gum-rubber type surface that will be on the underside of this pad. I'm not sure if the new pads will come out with this installed, or if it will be an 'add-on' attachment.SummaryAs I listed at the top of the pros, the biggest advantage this pad has over other pads is the super articulate low-end response. For now, this will be my pad of choice when working on improving my tap-height playing control and accuracy._________________Ryan Wold MN Brass Inc. Snare / Snare Tech '98-'06 Madison Scouts Snare '00 Siamyth Snare Tech '08