SABIAN Unveils Grip Disc Practice Pad

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Sabian Grip Disc CollageMEDUCTIC, NEW BRUNSWICK – Practicing is made more convenient with the new Grip Disc from SABIAN Performance Accessories. The portable “go-anywhere” practice pad allows percussionists to quietly practice rudiments anytime and anywhere without disturbing others. It also helps improve play by making it easier to hear and follow along to a metronome. The practice pad is now available through authorized SABIAN Accessories dealers and distributors worldwide.

The Grip Disc is designed with a sticky back technology that allows the practice pad to stick securely on almost any surface without slipping and easily removes without leaving behind any unwanted marks. The sticky back is quickly cleaned with a simple rinse off and leaves no residue behind. With a six-inch diameter, the Grip Disc is perfect size to transport in a travel bag for practicing on the go.

Sabian Grip Disc dashboardFor more information, please visit http://sabian.com/en/accessories/practice-pads/grip-disc

About SABIAN Performance Accessories

SABIAN was founded in 1981, when Robert Zildjian – one of the world’s great names in cymbal making came to the conclusion that drummers needed a better choice of cymbals. Unsatisfied with the quality, the sound and the very relevance of the cymbals being manufactured at the time, he opened SABIAN in the small eastern Canadian village of Meductic, New Brunswick. Today, with offices and depots around the globe, and distribution into approximately 120 countries, SABIAN is exactly what Bob Zildjian and his family envisioned back in 1981. But it’s really only the beginning. As musical styles and tastes are continually evolving, so is the art of cymbal making. And no company is better positioned to meet the demand for innovative sounds from artists around the globe. Ask any employee why SABIAN exists, the answer is obvious: “Because Sound Matters!” www.SABIANAccessories.com

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