I prefer center strikes (assuming it is not an over amplified setting) since it is rounder sounding.. not as sharp but it seems to have more "feeling".
On my supra, my DD reads 88 in the center.. all lugs are evenly tensioned... and my frequency meter reads 196 = G.
I watch all these demos on YT and notice that when testing a snare, usually superimpose low, medium, high tunings.
The demonstrator will usually turn the lugs a bit and then call it medium tuning and so on.
My question, which I know is going to be subjective, is what constitutes low, medium...
I used to own BMW's (going back a while) handled great; nice panache; but maintenance bills sucked.
So I test drove a Kia Sonata and a Honda Accord and the Kia had it all over and cost less. Kept it for 5 years and never had a problem. Both my sons have Optimas...never been in for repair other...
I have ordered parts from them before and they were always top quality.
Their heads with no logos are 1/2 the price of the brand names.
Is there any difference in quality if anyone has ever used any of these
Let's not forget the Falcon Bass Drum Pedal.
I tested all the top brand pedal and this was the smoothest of them all and came with a chain/strap and optional direct link. For a price that was well below all others.
When I slide the BD clamp as far as it can go onto the hoop, I don't see how the tightness would have any impact on the distance of the cam from the head other than to hold it in place at the close range where it rubs.
I like the idea about the extra hoop. But as far as tightening the tension... I would think that the tighter the tension would give you more real estate and not less since it would flatten the head and therefore move it away from the beater.
Do you agree of am I missing something here
I have been using this pedal for one year and went to change the head. I noticed a scuffing down by the pedal and when I examined the cam I saw that is was rubbing.
To correct I had to back the pedal off the hoop. Is there any other fix to this
I know that in the 90's they were a lower quality drum company. But from what I have read recently they seem to have lifted their game and make some professional level drums.
I heard some demos on the Black Widow and the drum seems to be very well made and sounds fine.
Does anyone have any...
I always believed that the old supras had 2.3 while the Acros had 1.6.
I was very surprised to find that that the old supra hoop weighed 443 grams and the new supras 202X weight 645.
Do all the 60 Supras carry the lighter hoop?
Of which I am one.
I use a Drum Dial, Iphone Pro Tuner, and my pitch perfect ears;)
I have been experimenting on my 196X supraphonic.
I know how to seat a head and tune a drum.
I am trying to understand why when I use the DD and tap two lugs (one reads 85 and the one next to it 89). The Iphone...