The KickPort Drum Insert applies subwoofer technology to your bass drum giving you low end you feel, even lower than your ears can hear. Additionally, it adds ideal dampening to the head which allows you to reclaim all that valuable resonant space inside your beautiful drum. So now you are free to remove that giant sleeping pillow choking the vibrations of the shell and replace it with minimal internal dampening. >More
The innovative CajonPort significantly expands the presence and sonic range of virtually any Cajon. The device adds bottom and a fuller frequency spectrum while also providing greater separation between the Cajon's bass and "snare" sounds making the bass tone significantly deeper and more like a bass drum- creating a variety of exciting and musically relevant applications for the instrument. >More
The KickPort T-Ring has an outer diameter of 7.25 inch and an inner, port diameter of 5.25 inch. In addition to acting as a reinforcement that will prevent vented bass drumheads from tearing and splitting around the port, the T-Ring can be used as a template for cutting a 5.25 inch hole in any head. Many drummers use a 5 to 5.5 inch port to achieve a fuller bass drum sound as well as optimum miking in studio and live situations. >More
The latest patented breakthrough, the FX Series Sonic Enhancement Ports produce a clearer and more focused note that dramatically improves the projection of the natural tone of your drum. >More
KickPort's D-Pad bass drum impact pad features a unique, kiss-cut, figure-eight design that allows it to be used for double pedals or separated into two individual pads for single and double bass drum situations. Besides strengthening and protecting the playing area of the drumhead, the KickPort D-Pad also helps focus the attack component of the drum's sound. >More
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