Vic Firth 12″ Double sided Practice Pad


Looking to get yourself a new drum practice pad? Well, there aren’t too many better than this one from Vic Firth. Though there isn’t too much to say about practice pads, we’ll have a quick look at this set and see how suitable it might be for drumming purposes.

Vic Firth 12″ Double sided Practice Pad

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Whilst a practice pad might not be at the top of your ‘to buy’ list, they’re definitely an important part of learning how to play the drums properly. This is especially true for increasing your drumming speed and drumstick handling

Probably the best thing about this practice pad is that it is two sided. This is fantastic, as it gives the option for two different styles of drumming. Whilst Vic Firth states that the soft rubber is for quiet practice and the heavy rubber is for a more explosive drumming session, we prefer to think of it differently. The heavier side is more rigid, which is ideal for more advanced drummers that are looking to increase their drumming technique. But the softer side is ideal for beginners, with less bounce and an easier beat. Whilst the soft side isn’t giving the ‘real’ drumming experience, it’s a great place to start.

Whilst it isn’t essential that you use a practice pad, it is definitely a good idea to invest in one if you’re serious about learning how to play the drums effectively. Getting a practice pad with a soft side is ideal, as it’s perfect for you to practice your tempo with. If you’re interested in exactly how to use this Vic Firth double sided practice pad, check out the video below;


At 12 inches, this is a great size practice pad. You won’t find it too small to use, but it’s also not too big to carry around with you either. It will easily fit onto the top of your standard size snare drum, which is why a 12 inch practice pad is so popular.



In our humble opinion, this is one of the best practice pads that you will currently find. By going with an established brand like Vic Firth you can be sure that you won’t need to replace it anytime soon. It’s well made, sturdy and it easily fits onto a snare. What more could you want in a practice pad?


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