Competition Practice Discus



Competition Practice Discus



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Elevate Your Drumming with the Competition Practice Discus

Looking to refine your drumming technique and achieve competition-level results? Look no further than the Competition Practice Discus, the ultimate training tool for serious drummers.

This meticulously crafted discus features a 70% steel rim weight for a balanced feel that replicates the weight and responsiveness of a real competition drum. The laminated wood construction provides a durable and resonant playing surface, perfect for honing your skills and developing muscle memory.

Available in two weights, 1.6 kg (1.6KW) and 1 kg (1.0KW), you can choose the discus that best suits your playing style and desired level of challenge.

Key Features and Benefits:

  • 70% Steel Rim Weight: Provides a realistic feel and weight distribution for competition preparation.
  • Laminated Wood Construction: Offers a durable and resonant playing surface for optimal sound and response.
  • Available in Two Weights: Choose the 1.6 kg (1.6KW) for a heavier feel or the 1 kg (1.0KW) for a lighter option.
  • Quiet Practice: Perfect for late-night sessions without disturbing others.
  • Improves Technique: Develops muscle memory, speed, and accuracy.

Ready to take your drumming to the next level? Order your Competition Practice Discus today and experience the difference for yourself!


Q: What is the difference between the two weights?

A: The 1.6 kg (1.6KW) discus is a heavier option that provides a more challenging workout and replicates the weight of a competition drum more closely. The 1 kg (1.0KW) discus is lighter and easier to handle, making it a good choice for beginners or those who prefer a lighter practice tool.

Q: Is the Competition Practice Discus quiet?

A: Yes, the discus is designed for quiet practice. The laminated wood construction absorbs sound, making it ideal for use in apartments or shared living spaces.

Q: How can the Competition Practice Discus improve my drumming?

A: By practicing with the discus, you can develop muscle memory, improve your speed and accuracy, and get used to the weight and feel of a competition drum. This will translate to better performance when it comes time to compete.