“The playability, durability and the ability to customize leaves Low Boy Beaters in a league of their own. I’ve searched for years to find the perfectly balanced beater for my playing. The guys at Low Boy created exactly what I’ve been searching for all of those years. I am proud and honored to be a Low Boy Beater artist.”
“I LOVE the Low Boy bass drum beater. It’s a total game changer for me. I haven’t thought about using anything other than felt in decades! Holy cow! This thing is AMAZING! It brings out the punch when you need it, but offers a very deep dynamic range that was unexpected, and that is crucial to my playing.”
“My absolute favorite beater is the Lightweight Felt Daddy. It’s the perfect weight for quick response but it also always lets you know where it is in the pendulum. They are so dependable, and I love the contact point it makes with my bass drum. The finishes and the trim allow for a killer look – tasteful, vibey, and artistic.”
“I have been using Low Bow beaters since 2015 and never stopped. It was just such a major upgrade and noticeable difference in my playing that I just don’t want to use anything else. My kick sounds and feels better with a Low Bow hitting it.”
“I never really thought about bass drum beaters before Low Boy, but after I could never go back. There is a comfort that’s only there if I see a Lightweight Felt Daddy at my feet.”
“My Leather Daddy beaters are a perfect addition to my Czarcie Kopyto pedals. They’re lightweight yet provide the perfect punch for Thrash Metal drumming. They’re pretty snazzy looking, too.”
"The Lightweight is the best beater that fits my style of playing. Even though it is light, the beater achieves the 'SMACK' that I want to feel and hear in my playing!!"
“I like the weight, feel, and sound that my Low Boy beater brings to my kick drum. Plus, it’s fucking cute.”
Wood, Leather, Felt or Wool?
Which striking surface is right for your music?
It’s a tough call, but Siros Vaziri presents studio quality audio samples to help make your decision a bit easier.
Throw on some headphones to hear the difference between wool’s warmth, felt’s subtle smack, leather’s organic punchiness, and wood’s extreme attack.