We need to reinforce the mounting area of the base. Not only that, but we need to cover the eyebolt and give the L-rod something to push against.
The purpose for this project is to show that one can make a drum trigger that is on par with the big guys. The X4L is a rack mount (using 1/2″ L-rod mounts), low profile mesh head trigger. You can see the concept drawing here X4L Main Layout. Now don’t feel overwhelmed by the look
In this category, I plan on putting not just the X4L templates, but all templates that I produce to make my projects easier to complete.? Hopefully, it will make your attempt at building some of my projects a little easier as well.? Good Luck! X4L eDrum Trigger Templates X4La.pdf X4Lb.pdf X4Lc.pdf X4Ld.pdf
Just a quick note, that Kit #5 is now in the gallery.? Here is a small excerpt: In late 2001 I was not liking the way set #4b was performing. I would tweak and tweak and I was not getting what I wanted.? I decided to revamp set #4b.? I was going to build a
I uploaded pictures of eDrum kits #4a & #4b.? Kit #4b is more of a tweak of #4a (hence why they have the same naming convention), however I thought kit #4b should have its own listing.? I also included a short description on how these kits were made. Check back often because I still have