Mesh drum heads for acoustic drums

Mesh drum heads for acoustic drums
  1. Do mesh drum heads sound good?
  2. What are mesh heads for drums?

Do mesh drum heads sound good?

There are some great benefits of mesh drumheads compared to a lot of other options that reduce drum volume: Mesh heads feel quite realistic, they can be tuned (tighter or looser, depending on the amount of stick bounce you want), and they are very effective to reduce drum noise.

What are mesh heads for drums?

Mesh heads are a type of drum head that aims to give you the feel of a normal acoustic drum head but at a lower volume. Tradition heads are made from plies of mylar sheets whereas mesh is made from plies of woven material. Since it is woven they don't produce the sound you would expect from a drum head.

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