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Position of TD6 module

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  • Position of TD6 module

    Is there any reason why I couldnt mount the TD6 module on my V-club set on the right side next to the "floor tom" rather than the usual place next to the hi-hat pad? I want to disapear the the wiring bundle from showing directly into my living room....on the other side I can hide it in a corner. I am planning on building a sound isolation riser facing into my living room so I can see my adoring fans (all six of them)..HaHa

    I am going to also put in some flush mounted halogen lights to light up the set from the underside at night...It really does make the set look like hi-tech furniture in my living room.


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    The Captain
    The Captain

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    That'll work fine, just as long as you remember how many toms you have and don't carry a fill a little too far...
    -Pete

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    • #3
      My module is on the right and I have never had a problem with it. Of course I am left handed.

      [This message has been edited by FloridaDrummer (edited January 29, 2002).]

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      • #4
        Originally posted by FloridaDrummer:
        My module is on the right and I have never had a problem with it. Of course I am left handed.

        Remember....left handed people are in the right frame of mind. I write and shoot left handed but do everything else right handed...including play drums...I have tried but cant do it for mor than a minute or two before reverting back.....of course I cant sing while playing either...actually I cant sing when not playing...Ha ha

        The Captain

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        • #5
          I always put mine on the right side of trhe set!
          I'm a drummer. I don't play the timpani! Hire a percussionist!!!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by captainbk:
            Remember....left handed people are in the right frame of mind. I write and shoot left handed but do everything else right handed...including play drums...I have tried but cant do it for mor than a minute or two before reverting back.....of course I cant sing while playing either...actually I cant sing when not playing...Ha ha
            I just switched my kit to make it right handed, including bass. I want to work on my independence more. That forces you to not revert back.

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