Prologix | Midnight Vortex Pro Tenor Practice Pad

Prologix Percussion


A full-size marching sextet tenor practice pad designed to develop your stick position accuracy, increase stamina, and improve various techniques for performances on the field or in the arena.

  • Configuration: Features full-scale playing areas with precise spacing in a 6”, 8”, 10”,12”,13”, and 14” size configuration.
  • Top Surface: .315”/8mm Midnight Vortex recycled rubber. You can use any style of stick tip on our Vortex playing surfaces.
  • Rims: Non-marking Poly-Tech rims for precision rim shot execution and other sound simulations.
  • Base: Sustainable CNC milled HD/MDF panel engineered for exceptional strength made from 100% recycled and recovered wood content.
  • Design: Tonal Zone System designed to indicate the proper playing zones featuring (6) CNC milled tone ports milled on the bottom of the base.  Iso-Bridge design for increased tone isolation between pad surfaces.  Multi-handle CNC milled design for ease of transport to school or sectionals.  Tri-Balance Snare Stand Receivers - (3) CNC milled holes on the underside balanced for even weight distribution
  • Placement: On a snare stand or any flat surface.
  • Surface Dimensions:  6”,  8”, 10”, 12”, 13”, 14” Diameters 
  • Product Dimensions: 48” x 23.5” x 1.75” 
  • Weight: 20.4 lbs
  • Origin: USA - American Made 

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Cael Wallace
Amazing pad, amazing service.

A little after I bought the pad I asked customer service when it's going to ship, they got back withing 10 minutes and answered it. When I got the pad it was high quality and firm. It's a really good pad if you're willing to spend the money.

David Herce
Nice Pad

Representative dimensions and great overall quality + customer service. Really need laminates though!


Got here 2 days early. Great pad, just wish it had some laminates. With sweeps you really have to muscle it in.

the best tenor pad

every dollar is worth it...

Matthew o.

Excellent pad! It would be nice with a laminate though