Baratier ErebusDuHalm
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Beginner drum, with very low budget - stainless steel, fiberglass, wooden drums?
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It al depends on what sound you prefer/want to achieve. Acrylic shells sound different than wood but it is not a worse or better sound than wood shells. It is just a different sound; just like ...

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Sound proofing underneath the drumset
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It is the vibration that bothers. Electronic drums will not help. If the raiser is not an option, consider reducing muffling the vibration between the pedals and the floor. I had this problem even ...

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Cajon Tapa Thickness For Kick Pedal Only, No Hand Use, No Snare?
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It should not be a problem. There are such thing as "Cajon pedals" which are not as powerful as regular bass drum pedals. You could also use a softer beater such as wire or leather that will still ...

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Choosing Drum Sticks as per size and wood
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You should try Vater's Fusion sticks (http://www.vater.com/#!/product/10) These have a longer shaft than most sticks and for thickness, they are between a 5A and 5B with a ball nylon tip. I find them ...

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Tuning Mesh drumheads
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I found that to get "more" sound out of the mesh head, is to "trap" the sound by covering areas of the head with painters tape, and you can control the level of volume and tone: The more of the head ...

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Drum techinique - Arm and wrist questions
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Look up and study the Mueller technique. This a technique that focuses on efficient strikes by developing a smooth flowing movements from your wrist to your arm.

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