12-02-2011 06:11 AM
12-02-2011 06:27 AM
I use a clamp on cymbal mount and fasten it to my hi-hat, this gives a lot of adjustability due to the lenght of the cymbal rod.
12-02-2011 08:35 AM
12-02-2011 01:38 PM
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12-02-2011 03:23 PM
12-02-2011 04:39 PM
No, but it keeps the hoop from getting scratched, so I guess that's a good trade-off
how does a dish towel sound anything like a cowbell?
12-03-2011 09:57 AM
make a cowbell foot pedal, put it up beside your bass drum and just play it along with the bass by sliding your foot over a little. Hands still free, works great.
12-07-2011 09:32 PM
12-07-2011 10:06 PM
Those LP claws are awful. I had one for a while used for a splash, it never stayed tight enough. It's actually quite unfortunate because when they first came out they were built extremely better. My friend who runs sound has the original ones made for mics, so much heavier than today's crap. Really though, it's not the best idea clamping something to your rim that you're going to wail on. I'm not quite sure who make mine, but I use something that clamps on a stand with two welded vertical knurled rods on each side allowing you to run two on top and two on bottom.
I don't mean to hijack this, but I guess I will. I have had several of the mounts shown over the years. I presently have the LP claw. But with all of them I have a hard time tightening them up enough to stay put while playing. Anyone have any ideas on this?
12-08-2011 03:06 AM
Something like this?
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