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Club Kit won't choke cymbals

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  • Club Kit won't choke cymbals

    I purchased a barely used club kit (TD-6) from a local music store for my project studio. I played it in the store and had no problem choking the cymbols. Now that the kit is home, I can't get a choke.

    (I was using a user defined kit at the store)

    I have reset the TD-6 to factory defaults. Is there a trick for cymbol chokes?

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    If God is in all of us (like they say) I hope he likes burritos because thats what he's getting.
    If God is in all of us (like they say) I hope he likes burritos because thats what he's getting.

  • #2
    make sure you are using the round stereo cords an the cymbals and not the flat 2 wire ones.

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    • #3
      I just got my drumset recently and was having the same problem. After messing with all the settings and getting real pissed off, I realized that the problem was that I was using a mono cable instead of a stereo one. I have a TD-10 and Hart ecymbal II's, but i wouldnt be surprised if your having the same problem. Make sure the cables you're using have 2 little lines on them. Maybe I'm wrong, but I hope this helps

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      • #4
        Yep, stereo cables. That's the ticket....
        TD-30 / SPD-SX

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        • #5
          That was the ticket. Thanks guys.
          If God is in all of us (like they say) I hope he likes burritos because thats what he's getting.

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