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These items are now spoken for. Thanks

(2) 10" - 14" Pintech double zone acoustic to electronic drum conversion kits. I had these installed on a 14" snare and a 14" floor tom with Remo Silent Stroke heads.

(1) 20" Pintech single zone A2E conversion kit. This would probably fit a 18" - 22" drum.

Pigtail design with the wire going through the drum's vent hole or grommet These install on the inside of the shell using the drum's lug mount screws. Some of the sticky tape has peeled off the secondary rim triggers and also attach with the drum's lug mount screws. Three new foam pads.

Free- you pay shipping.
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Clearing out a few small odds and ends that I've had for quite some time.

DW, white bass drum logo sticker, die-cut.

First reply to the post gets it. PM with your mailing info.

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Clearing out a few small odds and ends that I've had for quite some time.

Vintage Tama bass drum logo sticker, silver with clear backing and a Tama Drum Hammer.

These are gone, thanks.

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Tuckerboy said:
(2) 10" - 14" Pintech double zone acoustic to electronic drum conversion kits. I had these installed on a 14" snare and a 14" floor tom with Remo Silent Stroke heads.

(1) 20" Pintech single zone A2E conversion kit. This would probably fit a 18" - 22" drum.

Pigtail design with the wire going through the drum's vent hole or grommet These install on the inside of the shell using the drum's lug mount screws. Some of the sticky tape has peeled off the secondary rim triggers and also attach with the drum's lug mount screws. Three new foam pads.

Free- you pay shipping.
Thanks,
Tuck, How well do these work?
 

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Latz,

They should be fine if you're careful installing them but I probably wouldn't install them on a nicer kit as you have to mount the bracket inside the shell using the drums existing holes for the lug mounts. The key to getting them set up properly is having the foam cone at the correct distance to the bearing edge and the drum head so that it triggers correctly and keeping it in place and level while you are tightening everything down. I was using them with the 2Box module and after the install I didn't have to adjust any of the module's parameters to get them triggering. If you are using a combination of electronic pads and converted acoustic drums, you will probably have to make slight adjustments in the module so that all the drums trigger consistently. They do work well once you have them installed properly, it's just the issue of breaking things down and installing them and maybe a little trial and error on the first drum's install. I've been using some external triggers and they work about the same but without any of the install issues. If you have any questions, please let me know.

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Chad
 

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Nothing too exciting but these are up for grabs. I think they are vintage gold glass glitter samples that I received to see if this wrap would work on a project I had going on. These strips measure 5" long and 3/4" wide. Might be useful if someone is looking to patch some holes in a gold glass glitter drum.
 

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GONE to BONZOHOLIC!


Kinda funny. I ordered two copies of Jojo Mayer's Secret Weapons of the Modern Drummer DVD in the same year a few years back. I think I was taking some exams and working a lot at the time and just forgot I already owned a copy. It was the weirdest thing when I realized what I had done (it was a first).

Anyways, I would like a student to have it. Like a kid who'd really appreciate it. I'll cover shipping. Anywhere.

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The backrest has been spoken for. I have a red Gibraltar backrest (Roc N Soc backrest) if anyone is interested, it's in great shape besides some marks on the metal posts from the adjustment knob. I don't have the backrest bracket (bottom of throne) so that will need to be purchased from Roc N Soc unless you have one on your throne top. The last picture is the backrest bracket.
 

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The DVD has been spoken for. Colin Bailey Bass Drum Technique DVD. The DVD covers some of the exercises from his renowned "Bass Drum Control" book, includes some insight on his technique and pedal set up, and has a downloadable e-workbook.
 

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The recent Remo Muffl thread inspired me to unearth this badboy from the crypt
All yours for the cost of postage. Brand new never out of the bag 22"
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Yamaha 9500C single pedal.
I’m having trouble with the cam assembly not tightening up completely on the hex shaft, if someone wants to try and fix it or use it for spare parts, it’s yours for the actual shipping cost from 37830.
It may be able to be fixed by squeezing the end of the cam with some vice grips or a vice clamp where the set screw tightens the cam to the hex shaft or trying a different length set screw.
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I have a SoundSeat retro fit seat top and Tama HT230 series throne base that are available for actual shipping costs (from 37830) if anyone is interested. Both the top and the base are in excellent condition though the top has some seat time. This combination works well but there is some slight seat wobble with the Tama throne base, not too bad if the base clamp is fully tightened up but I prefer the hydraulic version. Put the SoundSeat top on another throne base and you should be set. I have the different nylon washers for adjustment of the SoundSeat seat angle too. I’d rather just get rid of it here or donate it to the local music school.
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