- Feb 8, 2016
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- Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2 options here:Cow bell and BD Pedal are marking my painted Hoops.
I don't like using electrical or duct tape
Pearl makes one that is excellent. https://www.musiciansfriend.com/acc...kaRQWmwTrfnAJbXZNpARWzUcMMRFX_ORoCnwwQAvD_BwECan't remember who makes them, but there are thin metal clip-on style hoop protectors Ive used & liked.
I like their protector, but this specific one leaves bottom out as well.Pearl makes one that is excellent. https://www.musiciansfriend.com/acc...kaRQWmwTrfnAJbXZNpARWzUcMMRFX_ORoCnwwQAvD_BwE
I can vouch for these, and for Twin Cities Drum Collective. I’m in Minneapolis and frequent this shop. I have two of these, one of which I intend to use where my Yamaha EAD10 clamps to the top of the bass hoop. I’ll note that I had to readjust the clamps on my pedals to get them to fit - it’s thicker than the other I’ve used but I appreciate that it covers both the top and bottom of the hoop.Finally there’s a hoop guard that truly works AND improves pedal grip. Hoop PROtect is made from a proprietary rubber that slips on WITHOUT adhesives to PROtect the whole hoop while providing unparalleled pedal grip. And if you play more than one set, or on backline kits, you can easilywww.tcdrumcollective.com
Haven’t any experience with this but it sounds great.