Primacoustic Crashguard, any good?
#995749 - 02/07/12 12:49 PM
Hi, I've been looking at the primacoustic crashguard
(http://www.primacoustic.com/crashguard.htm), and can pick it up for about 30 quid, but I
can't seem to find much opinion on it. Anyone used it? Or similar?
problem I can see is placing it correctly in a tight set-up, but I can't see why it
wouldn't work, and I do have problem with hi-hat bleed a lot.
I have a bit of eggshell foam which came out of some long-dead packaging. If hi-hat bleed
seems to be a problem, I'll tape this onto the snare rim. It seems to do the job, and it
didn't cost me thirty quid either.
Re: Primacoustic Crashguard, any good?
[Re: Jonny Duddle]
#997882 - 15/07/12 01:21 AM
Duddle: I do have problem with hi-hat bleed a lot.
I didn't try the Crashguard, but I did used
home made stuff like this:
Alternatively if you don't mind the way your set-up looks like,
you can try Styrofoam cup with a hole cut in the bottom and a little bit of tape...
However if you have £30 lying around then get that Primacoustic thing I'm sure it will
work just fine and definitely it will look good!
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