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  • A new drum device

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=AbJFg5A3U64

     

     

    Not sure how to post a video now... But what do you think about this device? 

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    Looks like it works. Kinda clumsy with all the speed keys though. I think the main problem with mass tuning is the lug "spec" as it stands doesn't require identical tolerances. You get. "always count your turns" - from what? :idk: Or "finger tight. " :freak: In the case of this thing, all the keys have to be in the right orientation and per the lug spec, that means unequal tension.
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    • #3

      Wow. Complex, but effective. I could see drum techs on tour finding this very useful. Us amateurs, maybe not, but imagine if you're out there swapping snare heads for the dude from Sevendst or Vinnie Paul... that could be quite handy!

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      • zildjian@consol
        zildjian@consol commented
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        looks like a good way to strip out lugs

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