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Dead Ring Cymbal Mutes

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Dead Ring Cymbal Mutes are made of flexible woven materials that are durable and guaranteed to last. Classic black. Available in all sizes from 6 into through 24 inch. Dead Ring Mutes are always handmade in the USA.

Dead Ring Cymbal Mute Benefits

  • 95% reduction in “resonant ring.”
  • Reduce wear on drum sticks.
  • Protect your hearing when practicing.
  • Provide normal stick rebound.
  • Preserve cymbal edges.
  • Allow “real world” work on technique.
  • Provide natural stick feel.
  • Open up the crown for natural muted playing.
  • Improve neighbor relations.
  • Patent Pending Design.

This is the perfect solution to save your hearing, save neighbor relations or save your family’s sanity.

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6 inch cymbal, 7 inch cymbal, 8 inch cymbal, 9 inch cymbal, 10 inch cymbal, 11 inch cymbal, 12 inch cymbal, 13 inch cymbal, 14 inch cymbal, 15 inch cymbal, 16 inch cymbal, 17 inch cymbal, 18 inch cymbal, 19 inch cymbal, 20 inch cymbal, 21 inch cymbal, 22 inch cymbal, 23 inch cymbal, 24 inch cymbal

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Dead Ring Cymbal Mutes


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Dead Ring Cymbal Mutes

Dead Ring Cymbal Mutes are a US Patent Pending product that mute cymbals for practice without affecting play-ability. They are available in sizes from 6 inches to 24 inches in classic black. Dead Ring Mutes are always handmade in the USA.

Dead what? What are you trying to say mate?

— KM —

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Frequently Asked Questions

Dead Ring Mutes are made in the USA.
Dead Ring Mutes are made from a durable woven elastic that is custom designed to fold around the edge of a cymbal.
The ring after strike is reduced by approximately 95%.
Because Dead Ring Mutes only cover a small area around the outer edge of a cymbal, they to not require any change in playing style. The vast majority of the cymbal is exposed, including the entire crown.
If you take care of them, your Dead Ring Mutes should last a very long time. Playing with chewed up sticks with shorten their lives a bit.
Buy them a box of chocolates, or the Led Zeppelin box set.
Most existing mutes are made of a foam pad and only cover a triangular portion of the cymbal. They also hang off of the crown. This means when you play, you have to hit a target and the target is soft foam.
We don’t. All quotes on this site are made up. We are sure that these dead guys would never consider using our products.
You start on the far side and stretch them toward you. Please see the demo video above.
No, you just need one on the top hat.

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— GB —

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