The Drumometer™ II Full Kit
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The Drumometer Model II measures a drummer's technical accuracy, hand or foot speed, and endurance by counting the total number of strokes a drummer can play within a preset time (1 to 900 seconds).
As a progressive practice tool, it helps develop a relaxed playing style, strengthen endurance, and improve your sense of timing. The Drumometer is an effective teaching device for any drum instructor as students have a tangible goal to surpass.
The Drumometer Model II Kit includes the trademark Drumometer along with a Drum-O-Pad and Drum-O-Trigger. Working together these tools can help you develop timing, meter and accuracy as they allow you to visualize your strokes in real time giving you immediate feedback during your practice routine.