Cut the ‘thwack’ of e-drum pads.
E-drums sound great through headphones or an amp. But the ‘thwack’ of sticks hitting those pads is enough to drive everyone else – maybe you too – crazy.
Silent E-SticksTM automatically cut that noise +/-50%. How? Like Adoro Silent SticksTM for acoustic drums, Silent E-Sticks feature our exclusive Dual Loop Reflex TipsTM, though these tips differ slightly. Because their role is to trigger sounds, not create them, E-Stick tips are softer and more flexible, so stick-to-pad contact noise is minimal and no longer annoying. A slightly heavier air-filled polycarbonate shaft ensures the tips hit the pads with sufficient velocity to activate their sounds yet cut that ‘thwack’.
With their 14.5mm shafts Silent E-Sticks feel like a 5A, while their anti-slip Electric Blue X-Grips contrast with the Black grips of our acoustic Silent Sticks.
And for the bass drum, acoustic or e-drum, there is Silent BeaterTM.
Silent Percussion Sticks (ASS) – 11mm shaft
Silent Sticks Thick X-Grip (SSX) – 14.5mm shaft, hard grip
Silent-E-Sticks (SSE) – 15.5mm shaft, soft grip & tip
Scott Pellegrom Signature Silent Sticks – 16.5mm shaft and soft grip
Matt Drummer –
Just bought and used them today. Excellent product. If you are just an uncontrolled basher, then you will not be happy, but if you play with some finesse then I highly recommend them.
David Fuchser –
Just got a pair of the blue edrum version for my Roland kit, since I live in an apartment. It’s not silent of course, but it takes a considerable edge away compared to my regular sticks. Also have tennis ball risers underneath my bass and pedals (the main offenders!) Would recommend these sticks to any edrum player!
Justin Bowe –
I’ve tried many implements to play quieter but with good tone; I don’t like rods, I like some things about rutes, and I liked the ProMark broomsticks but these SilentSticks are the best option I’ve tried in years. They feel great, play great, and work great for playing in a small church worship area. I did break the tip off one, but it happens to real sticks too so it’s fine. They deliver a tiny bit more attack than tone, but I can live with it. Highly recommend!
Glenn Etter –
Used mine for the first time last night and was very impressed, as was the rest of the band! Wondering how long they will last and how the plastic shaft will handle cymbal rash, but so far so good…