HUSHED hitters are an innovative take on traditional drumsticks, and have been designed to combat the issue of noise in confined or public environments.
The sticks consist of a wooden shaft, providing the same feel as a regular drumstick, but with a revolutionary silicone tip-end. It is this feature which reduces the sound produced to an absolute minimum by flexing when it strikes a surface.
Drummers often face the problem of disturbing others whilst they perform or rehearse, but it is only now that they can play anytime and anyplace without concern.
Hushed Hitters have been designed in response to a brief calling for a ‘Chindogu’ to be created. Chindogu is the Japanese art of inventing objects that may at appear to solve a problem, but cause so many other issues that they are, in fact, useless.