I don’t have any brand recommendations, but when I played drums I used ear plugs regularly. I mostly used cheap ones from the pharmacy and they all worked. And they were all CHEAP. It was just a comfort thing. I found that the foam ones you squish were the most effective for noise blocking, but i had another set that had a string between them that was also OK.
I bought these for my wife to use at concerts, who says it is like someone just turning the volume down, also she has small ear canals and they fit her. Normally she never uses earbuds etc. They work better than the foam ones that she uses to not hear me snoring
Here in various shops you can buy good ones between 14 and a lot more euros,…which are especially for listening to music as said above “just as if the volume is turned back” …cheap foam things are worthless if you want to hear some more quality of what is being played,…
Good that you buy them,…better safe than sorry,…
Maggie like Rachel said search for some motorcycle helmet ear defenders you’ll get a bag of them cheap as chips. Will send a link later when I get back home as out walking Sophie. The ones you’ve posted are well over the top and way too expensive and the bike ones are just as functional for the situation you want to use them in.
Okay,…an addition,…I read that you also want to listen to music there,…if that’s the case …buy good earplugs…you just want to mute everything and don’t make it If you can still hear the music decently, buy the cheap one,
This is the advice of doctors in the Netherlands found on many sites, heard on radio and the news stations,…it has been a hot topic here in recent weeks…
"Earplugs with a music filter. They protect your ears and ensure that you can continue to enjoy the music,this in contrast to the soft foam earplugs "
Being a long time tinnitus sufferer from to many concerts from the 70 - 80’s where audio is not near what it is at todays shows. Years in factory without required hearing protection has not helped. You can go cheap but I have found hearing loss is something in looking back I would have paid to protect. I eventually paid for the molded ear pieces with an experienced audiologist. Hearing loss and playing guitar using expensive hearing aids sucks. Protect your hearing in youth. It is worth every penny
I found Loop Earplugs the best. I have the Experience Pro pack. They are so comfortable and don’t fall out and you don’t have to push them into you ear canal. You can still hear, they cut down the noise but still leave the sound clear. They were about $56 au.