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  • Force sensing film switch?

    Hi, is there anyone there who has been able to DIY a cymbal with edge/choke with force sensing film switch?

    Does he/she want to share his/her knowledge with me?

  • #2
    I think you're it. Try it out, document the process, and let us know how it goes!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by InAVat View Post
      I think you're it. Try it out, document the process, and let us know how it goes!
      he dont knows... thats why hes asking...


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      • #4
        There were some discussions quite a while ago about using a fsr string so to speak, and fsr's in general.

        Look through the DIY section and I'm sure you'll find full diagrams etc on how to build a cymbal choke.

        Are you looking to use an fsr only as a choke or the entire cymbal?

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        • #5
          The problem with FSR strips is they need a current to operate. The stuff in commercial cymbals is just a film switch. Jman and others have made DIY cymbals with switches. Do a search.
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