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A Needed Change For The Heavy Hitters

When I play my drums, I use a 5A size stick. I am not a heavy hitter, so the “tight” clearance that is between the mesh drum head and the top of the 1/4″ jack is not a problem for me. However, the other day

 
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Putting Some More Together.

In this post, we will install the cake pan to the MDF base plate and add the sensor plate assembly. Tools/supplies needed for this section: – Adjustable wrench and or pliers – phillips screwdriver – drill with 9/32? drill bit – masking tape The first thing I did was add some

 
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Almost Finished! (Teaser Pictures)

I pretty much have the X4L edrums finished. It is just a matter of taking my notes/pictures and writing the posts. I thought I would put these pictures up as a teaser. It’s Basically to show what they will look like when finished and I hope to inspire other DIY’ers to make them as well.

 
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Drum shell, Cake Pan, What’s the Difference?

It’s at this point, we need a drum shell of some kind. Here’s what I came up with. We will use a 9″ dia. heavy duty cake pan. (see parts list). They’re cheap and they are just about the right size. Using the template (x4Ld.pdf), mark all holes with a punch and or nail. It’s

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eDrum Kit #6 is now in the Gallery!

Published on October 4, 2007 by in eDrum News

Here it is. My current eDrum set.? Check out the Gallery to read all about it.     In the spring of 2003, I was at a local music store, when one of the guitar teachers ask if an acoustic drum set could be made into an electronic set.? I told him, “I don’t see

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