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Reprinted with permission. Step 1: New Heads There is nothing like a new drum head to give you great tone to work with. The disadvantage to thinner heads is that they tend to wear out quickly.
Floor Tom. Find guides to this trophy here. A floor tom is the lowest tuned drum in a normal five piece drum kit that you will play with your sticks.
A tom-tom drum is a cylindrical drum with no snaresnamed from the Anglo-Indian and Sinhala language. It was added to the drum kit in the early part of the 20th century. It is not to be confused with a tam-tama gong.
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The engineer needs to know as much as the drummer about getting this instrument ready for a session So it pays to get things right in the studio, even more than when playing live. When fitting a head, don't be scared to stretch it a little to help keep a constant tuning.
Not only that, most of the information available online is either sorely lacking, or is just downright wrong. The reso head of a drum is probably one of the more overlooked areas when it comes to the set up of your drum kit. The resonant head is the head of the bottom that responds to the batter being struck.
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Forgot your password? I can't get the bastard to sound good. The rest of my toms are fine and I never have big problems with them even though tuning is problematic for me.