On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat

May 29, 2012 by
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On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat

On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat

  • Dimensions: 4 x 4 foot
  • Color: Black with green accents

A must have for every roadie, the On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat will keep your drums from creeping across the floor! A lightweight and convenient alternative to heavy, fraying rugs commonly used by drummers to keep their drumsets from moving while playing, the DMA4450 is made from durable, non-slip PVC material. The 4 x 4 foot mat provides ample room for your bass drum and a few drum stands. It also lays flat and will not curl at edges. Two velcro straps secure the mat when rolle

List Price: $ 49.99

Price: $ 29.95

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9 Comments on On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat

  1. Jordan M. Braunstein on Tue, 29th May 2012 4:19 am
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Functional Drum Mat, Small Footprint, June 18, 2010
    By 
    Jordan M. Braunstein (Chicago, IL) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat (Electronics)

    I’m using this as a mat for my Roland TD-4s to increase traction and prevent scuffs and scratches on a hardwood floor.

    pro: Inexpensive, unobtrusive, comes with a nice carry bag to transport, does whats it’s supposed to do.

    con: Could be too small depending on the size of your setup, has no friction backing or weighted corners (could shift around depending on your play style, drum set, and whether your throne is on the mat), color scheme is very “sporty” and may not mesh with the decor, will never be totally flat, still has creases and wrinkles in it from how it was folded up.

    Final Verdict: For the price, not sure you could do better. Other branded drum mats and rugs are overpriced (especially Roland) If you’re not going to use your own carpeting, you could do a lot worse, and it does its job of preventing bass drum movement and scuffing hard floors. If it fits what you need, you’ll like it. If you need something larger, or heavier, look elsewhere.

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  2. TreeHouse! on Tue, 29th May 2012 4:22 am
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Drum Mat I’ve Ever Owned (and the first), June 5, 2011
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    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat (Electronics)

    This Mat has served me very well. I find it works better than most carpet rugs/mats, at least for my drum. I had a pretty severed case of the sliding bass drum on any stage that was solid wood or something similar. Still, only very deep carpet could keep my bass drum stationary. I bought this mat the day after another drummer let me use his on a gig, I was that impressed with it (Especially when he told me how much it cost). With this mat down, your equipment is completely stationary.

    Only real problem i have with it is, that if you extend the spikes in the rubber grips on your bass drum legs, it can eat chunks out of the mat, but even without the spikes extended, it barely moves compared to hardwood. With the spikes out a tiny bit, they might put small holes in the mat, but i find that it makes a good guide for setting your bass drum down in the same spot every time. And your Bass Drum will not go anywhere.

    I also have never managed to roll the mat up tight enough to fit back in the tote bag it comes in, and also broke one of the velcro straps, but its so small that i dont bother to strap it up. I just roll it up and throw it in my hardware bag.

    This Mat is a killer deal considering the price, the size, and how well it works.

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  3. n8d0g on Tue, 29th May 2012 4:31 am
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s the cheapest, and it works., June 16, 2011
    By 
    n8d0g

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat (Electronics)

    This drum mat is not fabric, it’s made of a poly material very similar to a yoga mat. For that reason, it is almost certainly not as durable as a heavy fabric mat. It is also fairly small– Forget about using this mat with a large dual bass drum setup. However, it was the most inexpensive mat I could find online and it performs its function perfectly. I wanted a drum mat because my home has hardwood floors and my bass drum and pedals would “creep” all over the place, especially when I picked up speed. Slightly exposed spikes on my bass drum’s feet and the velcro on the bottom of my double pedal keeps everything in place no matter how hard and fast I play. The mat comes with two removable velcro straps to keep it neatly folded, and it’s small enough to stash in a gig bag. It looks nice, even if the neon green corners are a bit much. Overall, I’m very satisfied with the purchase.

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  4. BukharaRugs on Tue, 29th May 2012 5:49 am

    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Functional Drum Mat, Small Footprint, June 18, 2010

    By
    Jordan M. Braunstein (Chicago, IL) –
    (REAL NAME)

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat (Electronics)

    I’m using this as a mat for my Roland TD-4s to increase traction and prevent scuffs and scratches on a hardwood floor.

    pro: Inexpensive, unobtrusive, comes with a nice carry bag to transport, does whats it’s supposed to do.

    con: Could be too small depending on the size of your setup, has no friction backing or weighted corners (could shift around depending on your play style, drum set, and whether your throne is on the mat), color scheme is very “sporty” and may not mesh with the decor, will never be totally flat, still has creases and wrinkles in it from how it was folded up.

    Final Verdict: For the price, not sure you could do better. Other branded drum mats and rugs are overpriced (especially Roland) If you’re not going to use your own carpeting, you could do a lot worse, and it does its job of preventing bass drum movement and scuffing hard floors. If it fits what you need, you’ll like it. If you need something larger, or heavier, look elsewhere.

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  5. BukharaRugs on Tue, 29th May 2012 5:49 am

    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Functional Drum Mat, Small Footprint, June 18, 2010

    By
    Jordan M. Braunstein (Chicago, IL) –
    (REAL NAME)

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat (Electronics)

    I’m using this as a mat for my Roland TD-4s to increase traction and prevent scuffs and scratches on a hardwood floor.

    pro: Inexpensive, unobtrusive, comes with a nice carry bag to transport, does whats it’s supposed to do.

    con: Could be too small depending on the size of your setup, has no friction backing or weighted corners (could shift around depending on your play style, drum set, and whether your throne is on the mat), color scheme is very “sporty” and may not mesh with the decor, will never be totally flat, still has creases and wrinkles in it from how it was folded up.

    Final Verdict: For the price, not sure you could do better. Other branded drum mats and rugs are overpriced (especially Roland) If you’re not going to use your own carpeting, you could do a lot worse, and it does its job of preventing bass drum movement and scuffing hard floors. If it fits what you need, you’ll like it. If you need something larger, or heavier, look elsewhere.

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  6. BukharaRugs on Tue, 29th May 2012 5:50 am

    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best Drum Mat I’ve Ever Owned (and the first), June 5, 2011

    By

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat (Electronics)

    This Mat has served me very well. I find it works better than most carpet rugs/mats, at least for my drum. I had a pretty severed case of the sliding bass drum on any stage that was solid wood or something similar. Still, only very deep carpet could keep my bass drum stationary. I bought this mat the day after another drummer let me use his on a gig, I was that impressed with it (Especially when he told me how much it cost). With this mat down, your equipment is completely stationary.

    Only real problem i have with it is, that if you extend the spikes in the rubber grips on your bass drum legs, it can eat chunks out of the mat, but even without the spikes extended, it barely moves compared to hardwood. With the spikes out a tiny bit, they might put small holes in the mat, but i find that it makes a good guide for setting your bass drum down in the same spot every time. And your Bass Drum will not go anywhere.

    I also have never managed to roll the mat up tight enough to fit back in the tote bag it comes in, and also broke one of the velcro straps, but its so small that i dont bother to strap it up. I just roll it up and throw it in my hardware bag.

    This Mat is a killer deal considering the price, the size, and how well it works.

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  7. BukharaRugs on Tue, 29th May 2012 5:50 am

    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best Drum Mat I’ve Ever Owned (and the first), June 5, 2011

    By

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat (Electronics)

    This Mat has served me very well. I find it works better than most carpet rugs/mats, at least for my drum. I had a pretty severed case of the sliding bass drum on any stage that was solid wood or something similar. Still, only very deep carpet could keep my bass drum stationary. I bought this mat the day after another drummer let me use his on a gig, I was that impressed with it (Especially when he told me how much it cost). With this mat down, your equipment is completely stationary.

    Only real problem i have with it is, that if you extend the spikes in the rubber grips on your bass drum legs, it can eat chunks out of the mat, but even without the spikes extended, it barely moves compared to hardwood. With the spikes out a tiny bit, they might put small holes in the mat, but i find that it makes a good guide for setting your bass drum down in the same spot every time. And your Bass Drum will not go anywhere.

    I also have never managed to roll the mat up tight enough to fit back in the tote bag it comes in, and also broke one of the velcro straps, but its so small that i dont bother to strap it up. I just roll it up and throw it in my hardware bag.

    This Mat is a killer deal considering the price, the size, and how well it works.

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  8. BukharaRugs on Tue, 29th May 2012 5:50 am

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s the cheapest, and it works., June 16, 2011

    By
    n8d0g

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat (Electronics)

    This drum mat is not fabric, it’s made of a poly material very similar to a yoga mat. For that reason, it is almost certainly not as durable as a heavy fabric mat. It is also fairly small– Forget about using this mat with a large dual bass drum setup. However, it was the most inexpensive mat I could find online and it performs its function perfectly. I wanted a drum mat because my home has hardwood floors and my bass drum and pedals would “creep” all over the place, especially when I picked up speed. Slightly exposed spikes on my bass drum’s feet and the velcro on the bottom of my double pedal keeps everything in place no matter how hard and fast I play. The mat comes with two removable velcro straps to keep it neatly folded, and it’s small enough to stash in a gig bag. It looks nice, even if the neon green corners are a bit much. Overall, I’m very satisfied with the purchase.

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  9. BukharaRugs on Tue, 29th May 2012 5:50 am

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s the cheapest, and it works., June 16, 2011

    By
    n8d0g

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: On Stage DMA4450 DrumFire Non Slip Drum Mat (Electronics)

    This drum mat is not fabric, it’s made of a poly material very similar to a yoga mat. For that reason, it is almost certainly not as durable as a heavy fabric mat. It is also fairly small– Forget about using this mat with a large dual bass drum setup. However, it was the most inexpensive mat I could find online and it performs its function perfectly. I wanted a drum mat because my home has hardwood floors and my bass drum and pedals would “creep” all over the place, especially when I picked up speed. Slightly exposed spikes on my bass drum’s feet and the velcro on the bottom of my double pedal keeps everything in place no matter how hard and fast I play. The mat comes with two removable velcro straps to keep it neatly folded, and it’s small enough to stash in a gig bag. It looks nice, even if the neon green corners are a bit much. Overall, I’m very satisfied with the purchase.

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