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Thing to do with kiddie e-drums...

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  • Thing to do with kiddie e-drums...

    ...okay, not kiddie, but you know... the small units like the Yamaha DD-7 or what have you.

    I got one in like 1993, and a while later the whole power jack just got messed up and it would just switch on and off by itself.

    So today I finally pulled the thing apart to salvage what I could, and you wouldn't believe it, but the 2" pads on those are really quite handy.

    The only problem I'm having is mounting it between my two front acoustic toms.

    Hmm...

    But, if you have a broken DD unit, you can pull out the piezo pickups and save a couple of bucks and trips to Radio Shack.
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    small things make the world big ...
    Robert

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      heh heh, good call...
      substrike.com for a better tomorrow - today!
      My Drums
      Tama Rockstar Acoustics, Zildjian and Wuhan Cymbals, Roland SPD-20, Roland PM-16, Akai S2000 w/Iomega 250 SCSI Zip, 2 Pintech Silentech Pads (one single zone, one dual zone), Kat F.A.T. Pedal, Pintech K3, Simmons pads.

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