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DIY Rim Switch

This topic came up at Vdrum.com.  The topic title is “Pondering an upgrade” The author (online name, BeyondStupidity) of the post stated the he was having some problems getting his Raper circuit, that he used for the rim sensor, to work correctly on his Roland TD-10. After I read his post I came up with

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The Lost or Long Forgotten Concept 2

This post is a continuation of “The Lost or Long Forgotten Concept?” Again, there are a few thing to keep in mind when viewing these concept drawings:

 
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The Lost or Long Forgotten Concept?

A friend of mine was asking the other day if I had idea’s for electronic drums that I never did anything with. I told him “yes, quite a few”.  After that short conversation, I decided to dig out some of my old hand sketches and cad drawings.  While I was looking at these old idea’s

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-eMini- Get This Show on The Road

Well, sorry for the delay on this project. It became necessary to track down some alternative part suppliers for our new cymbal modules. Now with the new parts we are using, we are up and running again. Please note that our new cymbal modules look a little different now than they did when this project

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DIY 1/2″ Mounting Rod

This idea came to me as I was looking at what was left of my old REMO practice pad kit stand. The REMO stand itself is not all that different from the other eDrum kits stand that are out there. They just don’t have the 1/2″ mounting rod to accommodate most of the new edrum

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