|03-22-2005, 01:13 PM||#1|
Well, I finally got em and set them up, I cant believe how many different adjustments you can do, its insane! Its alot different going from chain to direct drive, playing higher speeds is kinda sloppy right now. I guess its just a matter of getting used to them. They don't give much impact or volume, but I was expecting that, lots of people have said they are quite quiet. Other than that they are great! very smooth! Now its time to get used to them
|03-24-2005, 10:24 AM||#3|
You have to experiment with these, as with any
piece of equipment. We have talked about them
exhaustively, here. You can look up the threads.
Try some of the things that I did. You will get
everything out of this pedal that you want if
you give it the opportunity.
A Drummer Who is Changing the World
|03-27-2005, 05:35 PM||#4|
Yeah I've been trying different spring tensions, beater distances, the variable drive lever and pedal heights, theres so much experimenting you can do! I think ive found a comfortable setting right now that im going to use for a while and see how I like it!
Thanks for the advice!
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