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Old 05-19-2018, 08:12 PM
Hoppy Hoppy is offline
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Default Re: ear plugs

MME, check out disposable silicone earplugs as they don't stand out like a sore thumb, so they're great for clubbing louder "lounges" etc...
Walgreens brand clear silicone:

I think these next two may be white than clear in color:


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Default Re: ear plugs

Originally Posted by Gilnar View Post
I use Etymotic plugs. They are cheap and work great - they don't so much muffle the noise, rather they just turn it down whilst retaining all the tonal qualities (they just take a bit of the hiss outta my hih-hats).
The only regret I have is not getting them earlier - I already managed to damage my hearing a bit and I'm way too young for that - and forgetting to take them with me to that WW2 re-enactment thing... I'm probably gonna hear the echoes of my submachine gun forever...
Protect your ears!
Whoa! WWII re-enactment? I'm all ears (pun intended)!

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