Moongel

m

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I've used them, they work pretty well. Subtle; they reduce the overtones a bit. The more you use, the more they dampen.

I didn't realize they had different models though.
have you got a link?
 

Shalaq

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I know only of one moongel called moongel ;) but I saw one video in tuning and the guy said that there are many comanies making moongels, so that's why I'm asking.
 

Shalaq

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I'll get one in the end of August, so I'll test it. I wonder if it's gonna dampen my new 18x16 floor tom which I'm gonna use at that time :)
 

Aeternal

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m":1yrmbge7 said:
I've used them, they work pretty well. Subtle; they reduce the overtones a bit. The more you use, the more they dampen.

I didn't realize they had different models though.
have you got a link?


+1 :wink:
 

Scott_Hurford

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i use 'RTOM' Moongels atm and they do reduce overtones quite well, my snare had nothing but overtones and unwanted vibration, i stuck 2 moongels on there, and now its alot better sounding :) same goes for the toms, they work nicely :p
 

dutch

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the guy that did [our] cd put them on my kit, i love them now, used to live on remo zero rings for my snare, but it often blew off (when i rembered my fan), or i'd catch it with my stick!
so yeah
+1
 

anavrinIV

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i have only 1 moongel on my snare and it works wonders...dont like them on the toms because they either do nothing or kill the sound so i just stay away from them.

for a cheaper alternative to real moongels you can use the sticky hands from quarter prize machines and they do the same thing for a fraction of the cost. for a full review of this go to drums.com/drumtalk and check out the sticky thread under general drums discussion.
 

joe_cader

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I use weatherstripping for doors. It works just as good and it cost me about a dollar twenty-five cents. there's about 6 feet ( what is metric = 2 meters?) of it. You can use it for other projects.
I just use it on my snare, too. 8)
 
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